Who We Are
Meet our Aides!
Hebah was born and raised in Jordan. She moved to the United States at the age of 15 and has been living in Maryland ever since. She is currently a junior at UMUC, studying psychology, and hopes to graduate in fall of ’13. She plans to pursue a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of Maryland with the hopes of one day opening her own physical therapy practice. Arabic is her native language and she enjoyes nature, outdoor activities, sports, and volunteering. She loves taking care of her bunny and likes reading and working on photography.
Greg Musacchio, CSCS
Greg was born and raised in Baltimore County, Maryland. He is a graduate from Towson University with a BS in Exercise Science, and is currently attending community college to finish obtaining his pre-requisites for PT school. Greg is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He has a passion for using proper exercise to better people’s lives, and strongly believes that everyone has the right to live active lives injury free. In his free time, Greg likes to train for and run in obstacle course races (mostly Spartan), read, hang out with family and friends, listen to music, and take road trips.
Brent Stanford, CPT
Brent is a former two sport collegiate athlete in both basketball and track. Due to chronic lower back pain, Brent was forced to stop playing. His love to compete inspired him to become a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer (CPT). Through his study and physical therapy involvement he has drastically reduced his back pain and now looks to help others recover from injuries and acquire strength. Brent works with assisted living patients providing rehabilitative and corrective exercise. As a result, physical therapy is an aspiration he plans to pursue.
David grew up in Columbia, MD, and is a graduate of Towson University. He is currently transitioning from a career in the Music Business to the field of Physical Therapy. David is studying anatomy and physiology at Frederick Community College and working on his prerequisites for the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at the University of Maryland Baltimore. As a former patient of physical therapy, David understands the challenges of rehab programs and the need to keep a positive attitude. He is passionate about athletics, live music, and sharing a laugh.