Licensed Clinical Staff at Woodbridge - Smoketown

  • Tracey Boros, LPTA

    Tracey has a Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Northern Virginia Community College, in which, she is licensed by the Board of Physical Therapy in the Commonwealth of Virginia. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training and Fitness Development from George Mason University. She has an Orthopedic Certification in Aquatics from the Aquatic Therapy and Rehabilitation Institute (ATRI). She has been an Aquatic Exercise Instructor since 1991 and a Certified Personal Trainer since 2001. She also holds certifications in several group fitness areas, including: Spinning, Turbo Kick, and BodyPump. She is a mother of two and her favorite hobby is watching movies with her family. She was Virginia State Gymnastics Champion in 1984; and was competitive in the sport for 10 years. Her newest adventure is performing in sprint triathlons.

  • Blanca Cerezco, PT

    Blanca received her degree in Physical Therapy from Emilio Aguinaldo University in the Philippines. She has been practicing physical therapy in the United States for 15 years and is fluent in Tagalog. Blanca specializes in the spine and extremities. Blanca is currently treating patients at our Woodbridge Clinic.

  • Prajakta Killekar, PT, MS

    Prajakta received her post professional Master’s degree in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences specializing in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation from the University of Pittsburgh in 2015. She has been practicing in the field of Physical Therapy for the past 5 years specializing in orthopedic, neurological and cardiopulmonary patients from pediatrics to geriatrics. Prajakta is very passionate about working closely and designing individualized treatment plans to make sure patients achieve their desired goals. She is also planning to receive her SFMA certification in the near future. She loves to spend time with her loved ones in addition to traveling, hiking, cooking and painting. She is also training to participate in a few marathons in the future.

  • Jenna LaPointe, PT, DPT

    Dr Jenna LaPointe graduated from Andrews University in Michigan with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Her undergraduate studies were in Health Science with a minor in Fitness Education. Jenna has a background in competitive and non-competitive sports including basketball, volleyball, crossfit, and hockey. Jenna loves to travel, work on her French language skills, and do anything outdoors. She uses an integrated approach to therapy using manual skills, modalities, education, and therapeutic exercise to help patients reach their goals.

  • RaeLynn McMechan PT

    RaeLynn McMechan is originally from a small town in Illinios. She is a 2015 graduate from Lake Land College's PTA program. Her clinical experience includes inpatient rehab, acute care, and outpatient rehab. In her free time, RaeLynn enjoys reading, crafting, traveling, spending time with friends and family, and watching old classic movies along with foreign films and shows.

  • Lilian Mills, LPTA

    Lilian Mills, a native of Northern Virginia, received her Bachelors in 2003 from Virginia Tech. She earned her Associate in Physical Therapist Assistant from Northern Virginia Community College in 2006. Since then, she has gained valuable clinical experiences in a variety of settings including acute care, SNF/ALF, outpatient orthopedics, oncology rehab, neurology (including strokes, PD, MS), home health, and school based-pediatrics. Lilian is furthering her knowledge base by taking advanced course work in Women's Health studies/services through Herman and Wallace, and direct patient care in Breast Cancer rehabilitation and Pelvic Floor dysfunctions.
    Pelvic Physical Therapy uses evidence-based treatment interventions and individualized treatment plans for urinary incontinence and/or the musculoskeletal components of urogynecology pain syndromes such as dyspareunia, chronic pelvic pain/vulvar pain, bowel dysfunction, interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndromes (IC/PBS) and other applicable pelvic diagnoses.
    Lilian is currently working towards earning her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification. Lilian is also a Certified Bi-Linguistic Medical Interpreter in Spanish. In her free time, Lilian enjoys spending time with her family and friends.

  • Nathaniel Mitchell, L.P.T.A.

    Nathaniel graduated from Northern Virginia Community College in May 2010 with a degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. He obtained licensure from the Board of Physical Therapy in the Commonwealth of Virginia in September 2010 after successfully passing the National Physical Therapy Examination. Nathaniel has gained knowledge in treating various orthopedic injuries and has experience treating back, neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, ankle, and foot pathologies. Nathaniel has played recreational football since he was 7 years old and is a fan of all professional sports. He also enjoys traveling and experiencing new cultures.

  • Francis Ramirez, PT, DPT, MS, CPT

    Dr. Ramirez received his undergraduate education from The George Washington University, where he graduated as the top student and undergraduate speaker for the commencement ceremonies of the School of Public Health and Health Services. He received both his Master of Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees at the Medical College of Virginia-VCU; where he had served as the Director of Personal Training in the Medical Campus under Dr. Eric West. He has had extensive training in sports medicine and orthopedics-having worked with many youth, amateur, and professional athletes; dancers and ballerinas; and weekend warriors here and abroad. He has also worked with amputee patients; Industrial Rehabilitation clients; and is proficient with the evaluation for and fabrication of custom-made foot orthoses. He is a Board Certified Direct Access Provider; and is licensed to practice in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia.

    Dr. Ramirez is currently an Expert-level practitioner of John F. Barnes’ Myofascial Release technique, which he has been practicing for over 13 years. He has also taken Advanced Manipulative Therapy courses with famed Brasilian chiropractor Dr. Ines Nakashima; and has apprenticed with various expert-level osteopathic-trained manual therapists. He has had very good results in resolving patients’ symptoms. Dr. Ramirez utilizes a multi-faceted treatment approach incorporating manual therapies, postural assessment, and innovative exercise protocols.

    Dr. Ramirez is an avid fan of Manchester City FC, CR Flamengo, FC Barcelona, and DC United; and enjoys watching the “beautiful game.” He has also trained in Brasilian jiu-jitsu and capoeira, having seen the best in both arts when he traveled to Brasil.

  • Renee Trombley, PT, DPT

    Dr. Trombley graduated from the Medical College of Virginia with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She completed her undergraduate work at Longwood University; where she majored in Biology. At Longwood, Dr. Trombley was a member of BBB, the Biological Honor Society. She was also a teaching assistant for Microbiology during her junior and senior years. After graduation from PT school, she moved to Tampa, FL; and after working for a year at Florida Orthopedic Institute, she became an instructor and clinical physical therapist at the University of South Florida School of Physical Therapy. She was jointly appointed in Physical Therapy and Pediatrics. She co-instructed wound care; and participated in a multi-disciplinary Healthy Weight clinic for juveniles and young adults; for exercise prescription and progression. She returned to Virginia in 2010. She is a Board Certified Direct Access Provider. She is also the CCCE for all Alliance clinics.</p><p>Renee is interested in all orthopedic conditions; especially sports medicine. She has treated various diagnoses from TMJ disorders, pre-operative exercise prescription, and postoperative care. She is currently practicing and taking courses in Myofascial Release from John Barnes, PT. </p><p>Renee enjoys various sports and activities from running, tennis, golf, yoga and has recently switched from skiing to snowboarding, as well as trying indoor rock climbing. She spends most of her time with her dog Pogi, and watching hockey: Tampa Bay Lightning.

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