Meet The Team

At Green Mountain Rehab we value long standing relationships with our patients and one-on-one approach that includes implementing a scientifically based treatment plan and a custom strength and conditioning program. We aim to restore mobility and function and prevent further dysfunction to ensure the most effective and efficient way for patients to get back to living pain free.

Andy Bowen, MS, PT

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I received my Master of Science degree specializing in Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver, CO in 1999. I was very fortunate to work in a clinic in Boulder with therapists from New Zealand, South Africa, and US where I gained much experience regarding manual therapy techniques for treatment of orthopedic injuries and biomechanical analysis, such as using slow motion video. We treated many international and US olympic athletes in Boulder, which was inspiring. In 2011, I trained at the advanced level in Dry Needling in Colorado and Canada. I often use a combination of manual therapy techniques, therapeutic exercise and dry needling to successfully help patients enjoy life again, pain-free.

Vermont has been our home since 2001 for my wife Beth, 2 awesome boys, Sam and Charlie, and our loyal black lab, Hadley. Best part of living here is working with the awesome GMR crew and our motivated patients at Green Mt Rehab. I am inspired by the people in our community and the people I work with everyday, and understand the importance of getting you back to the activities you enjoy ASAP.

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Eric Elsinger, MS, PT, CSCS

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I completed my Master of Science degree in Physical therapy from Springfield College in Springfield, MA in 1997. Since that time I have worked solely in outpatient orthopedic and sports medicine settings transitioning from the corporate level to a university based teaching hospital and eventually private practice. In addition to the aforementioned clinical experience, I was certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA, National Strength and Conditioning Association in 1996.

Clinically I take an eclectic approach to the assessment and treatment of movement based dysfunctions, injuries and injury prevention versus subscribing to any particular school of thought which appears common in Vermont.

Outside of work I spend most of my time driving my three kids Jaden, Carly and Luke to various sports we should never have started, while trying to get in an occasional bike ride with my wife Jen who is responsible for all of it.

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Ria Conrad, DPT


Originally from rural interior Alaska, I graduated with my Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Alaska in 2013. I went on to complete my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Long Island University in 2018. Since this time, I have worked in both skilled and orthopedic settings, with a wide range of patient populations and conditions.

When not treating in the clinic I enjoy being outside as much as possible with my partner Jon and my dog Benny, hiking, snow shoeing, biking and canoeing.

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Christine Hagan, DPT, CLT

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I received my undergraduate degree in Biology from Colby College in Waterville ME. At Colby, I loved playing soccer and basketball for all 4 years.

After college, I attended MGH Institute of Health Professions, where I received a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2006. I began my career at Massachusetts General Hospital, developing skills in the treatment of all orthopedic conditions. I also collaborated with a team of oncologists to help people meet their physical goals during all stages of treatment for cancer.

I moved to Vermont and joined the Green Mountain Rehab team in 2011. Clinically, I have a passion for running biomechanics, sports medicine, injury prevention and oncology rehab.

Outside of work, I am happiest spending time with my husband and three young kiddos. My favorite hobby is running – particularly training for road races. I also enjoy reading about running, following elite runners, looking up race results, helping others with their training plans …

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Harrison Sullivan, PT

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I graduated from the University of Massachusetts Lowell in May of 2015 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. I began practicing in Massachusetts at a sports medicine clinic followed by work in multiple orthopedic settings in California, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. During this time I also became certified in Dry Needling, a technique that can help treat musculoskeletal conditions in combination with other manual techniques and corrective/functional exercise. I have recently relocated to Vermont where I enjoy mountain biking, snowboarding, running, and hiking.

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Beth Howe, Front Desk Staff

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Beth joined GMR in the fall of 2016 as a part time office support. Originally from England, she graduated from Birmingham University with a BSc in Physical Geography (that said, she has zero sense of direction!). In 2000 she left behind a career in Higher Education Administration and for no good reason other than wanderlust, moved across the pond to Vermont. She loves to travel, volunteer, hike, catch as many sunsets as she can, and keep in touch with friends around the world.

Lauren Driscoll, Front Desk Staff

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