Owner, Physical Therapist
Joseph Corriea, PT
NYS PT License # 022430
Joseph graduated from the University at Buffalo in 2000 with a B.S. majoring in Physical Therapy and is a current licensed physical therapist in the state of New York. He first started working as a physical therapist in Fort Myers, Florida performing orthopaedic outpatient care for a group of neurosurgeons in a physician owned practice, gaining extensive experience with spinal injuries and post operative spinal patients. Afterward he began doing travel physical therapy in outpatient orthopaedic clinics around the country from Arizona to Georgia.
Joseph settled back down in the Rochester area after meeting his wife and worked at Rochester General Hospital performing physical therapy in the acute medical setting. After 2 years he returned to working in the outpatient setting in Geneseo and then at an outpatient clinic located at a fitness facility in Brighton where he also practiced aquatic therapy. During this time Joseph also worked per diem at a local short term rehabilitation and long term care facility.
Over the past 19 years Joseph has gained much experience in the areas of outpatient orthopaedics, spinal orthopaedics, neurological disorders, post surgical joint replacements, sports injuries and post surgical repairs, balance improvement and fall reduction therapy.
"I started this practice so I can give quality one on one care to my patients. Too often I have worked with patients that came from factory like clinics that received poor care and did not get any better. My philosophy is to treat the person, not just the diagnosis."
Lauren Magin, DPT
NYS PT license # 036139
Lauren graduated from the University at Buffalo in 2004 with a B.A. in Psychology and then went on to
receive a Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Genesee Community College in 2006. After working as a PTA in private outpatient orthopedic clinics, she decided to further her education at
the University of Findlay in Ohio and graduated with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2012.
Lauren has experience with a variety of musculoskeletal disorders including spinal and post surgical conditions, neurological disorders, and working with patients with balance and gait dysfunctions. Her primary focus is to provide the best possible care to support her patients in achieving their goals and helping to improve their quality of life.
Stacy Wentworth, PT
NYS PT license # 022954
Stacy graduated from Daemen College in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. The majority of Stacy’s experience has been in an outpatient setting treating patients of all ages with various musculoskeletal injuries, neurological disorders and geriatric conditions. Other experiences have included; design and management of an aquatic physical therapy program, director of an outpatient clinic, home care, and providing injury prevention counseling for employees of local businesses in the Greater Rochester Area.
Making her patients feel comfortable and confident is her number one goal. Providing them with the proper education and support to improve their strength and safety is her focus. Stacy enjoys the quality time spent with her patients in the home setting.
“There is no better way to get one on one, quality care. It is a pleasure bringing people the care they deserve, to the place where they feel most comfortable – their home.”
Margaret Oakden, PT
NYS PT license # 022636
Maggie graduated from Daemen College in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy. She began her career as a physical therapist working in both the adult and pediatric clinics of the United Cerebral Palsy Association in Rochester, NY. Once married, she jumped at the opportunity to live and work in Hawaii at a fast paced outpatient clinic treating a wide variety of orthopedic and neurologic diagnoses. After several years, Maggie returned to the Rochester area as a well-rounded therapist and continued to work in the outpatient setting as a clinical director.
Maggie offers extensive experience treating patients of all ages and enjoys getting to know each patient as an individual in order to help them reach their optimal level of function. She joined House Call Physical Therapy in 2019 and loves the positive impact that working with patients in their home setting allows to provide quality, one on one, consistent care.
Julie Cregin, DPT
NYS PT license # 017521
Julie graduated from Arcadia University (formerly Beaver College) in Philadelphia in 1997 with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. She later went on to SUNY Upstate Medical University to obtain her Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy. Julie has spent her career gaining experience in multiple areas of physical therapy including outpatient orthopedics, home care, pediatrics, and skilled nursing/inpatient rehabilitation.
Julie has a passion for working with older adults. She feels the life experience one has gained is priceless. She enjoys getting to know each and every one of her patients. Julie’s goal as a physical therapist is to help her patients achieve their highest functional potential and improve their overall quality of life. In order to meet this goal, she personalizes each treatment session to be engaging and effective to meet the individual needs of each patient.