Meet Our PT Team
Stephen D’Agostino, RPT, MBA
A physical therapist with over 28 years of experience in the treatment of orthopedic injuries, Stephen D’Agostino is today the Rehabilitation Manager for Agility Physical and Occupational Therapy. He earned his degree in physical therapy from the University of Connecticut and his Master’s in Business Administration focused in healthcare from Quinnipiac University.
Steve’s experience lays in the treatment of orthopedic injuries, including extensive post-operative rehabilitation. He has also managed many outpatient clinics, including working as the Regional Rehabilitation Director for two national health care organizations in both Connecticut and Massachusetts. He is a Certified Ergonomic Evaluator and certified in the performance of 3 Functional Capacity Evaluation systems.
Achieving positive outcomes for his patients is Steve’s top priority, which he achieves by treating all patients as “part of the family.” This treatment approach allows him to provide a positive, caring experience to each patient, while at the same time working to get them back to normal activities as quickly as possible.
Kerrie Lyons Glassman
A graduate of Russell Sage College and Sage Graduate School, Kerrie Lyons-Glassman has over 20 years of experience and has been with us for the past 4 years. She has close relationships with the top orthopedic and neurosurgeons in the Tri-State area and is a highly respected physical therapist. Every day, she is devoted to bring the most current evidence-based practice to her patients.
Kerrie has continued her education throughout her career, completing courses in the following:
• Manual Therapy
• Muscle Energy
• Myofascial Release
• Plyometric and Core Stabilization
She also holds the following certifications:
• Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT) Provider
• Active Release Technique (ART)
• Graston Technique
• Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
In particular, SFMA allows Kerrie to perform full-body assessments of her patients, identifying the impairments contributing to their current problems and making a plan to correct them.
Throughout her career, Kerrie has worked with athletes and dancers, with her focus being on quick recovery so they can return to the art or sport they love. In addition to working with many professional and semi-professional sports teams, Kerrie has also worked with the New York Knick City Dancers, The Rockettes, The Alvin Ailey Dance Theater, and The Joffrey Ballet School. Kerrie also takes a particular interest in pediatric work, having worked at Blythedale Children’s Hospital.
Kerrie’s dedication and expertise have paid off, leading her to be named "The Best Physical Therapist, Fairfield County” in 2013.
Today, Kerrie lives in Newtown, CT with her children, Eleanor and Jack. She has many different hobbies, including CrossFit, stand-up paddleboarding, and enjoying time with family and friends.
For over 26 years, Dr. Jerilyn Nolan has practiced as a licensed and registered occupational therapist in the greater Danbury area. She is certified as a hand therapist and also serves as a part-time professor at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT.
Jerilyn earned her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Science from Quinnipiac and her Master of Arts in Biomechanics and Ergonomics at New York University. Her post-professional doctorate she earned from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions.
She focuses her practice on upper extremity diagnoses, including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis; joint replacements; tendon transfers; extensor and flexor tendon repairs; cumulative trauma; nerve repairs; and orthopedic injuries of the elbow, hand and digits. Jerilyn also creates custom orthotics, practices in ergonomics, and provides postoperative care. Patients are fortunate to enjoy her individualized treatment protocols, and all of us are happy to have her with us.
Jerilyn lives with her husband and two children in Danbury, CT.
Dr. Jocelyn Rubino has spent the past 12 years specializing in orthopedic and sports medicine and has a Graston certification. She earned her Master of Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in 2005 and her doctorate from Sage College in Albany.
After her formal education, Jocelyn has completed many continuing education courses in topics ranging from post-operative shoulder rehabilitation and vestibular rehabilitation to sacroiliac dysfunction and sport injuries.
Jocelyn finds her own love of outdoor sports and activities to be most inspirational. It’s this love that she is able to communicate to her patients, helping them to maximize their function so they can return to the activities they most enjoy.