Our Staff

 

Sewickley Office

 

Michael Fronczek, PT, DPT

Michael Fronczek serves as the Director of the Sewickley, Pennsylvania office.  He has been treating athletes of all ages since graduating from Chatham University DPT program in 2002. Mike is a board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist since 2009 and formerly served as an adjunct faculty member in the PT program at Duquesne University for 7 years.  

Mike currently resides in Mt Lebanon.  When he isn't in the clinic, Mike enjoys spending time with his Wife and Daughter, running and playing golf.

 

         

Christopher Peterson, PTA

Christopher is a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant who graduated from the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville in 2018 and has been practicing in the outpatient setting since receiving his license in 2018.  Chris has spent most of his career in the South Hills of Pittsburgh where he is from originally and he graduated from Upper St. Clair High School.  Chris has helped and treated a plethora of patients over his career while specializing in Cerviogenic and Oral Facial, and Sports Medicine, especially with strength and throwing athletes.  When Chris is not in the clinic, you can find him in the gym working on his powerlifting career, playing multiple sports in the Pittsburgh Sports League, and trying out the many breweries of Pittsburgh.  Chris was also a collegiate athlete at the Division 2 level as a Shot-putter and Discus Thrower.

 

Cranberry Township Office

 

Dan Primm, MPT

Dan Primm graduated in 1992 from California University of Pennsylvania with a degree in athletic training. In 1994, he graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Master’s of Physical Therapy. He has practiced in outpatient therapy ever since in the Pittsburgh area.

Dan has been with Greater Pittsburgh Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine since its inception in 2003.

He assists at Freedom High School, providing athletic training and physical therapy for the athletes. He enjoys all Pittsburgh sports, especially the Pittsburgh Penguins.                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                                                         

Kim Leslie, secretary

Kim Leslie graduated from Robert Morris with a degree in communications focusing on public relations. She also teaches water aerobics at Beaver County YMCA.

The mother of a young son she also enjoys walking, shopping and getting to know people.

 

Hopewell Township Office

 

Craig Biller, DPT

A native of Cresson, Pa., Craig Biller graduated from Juniata College where he was a member of the men’s basketball team. He achieved his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Widener University and became a certified strength and conditioning specialist.

He is the owner of Five Points Sports Training and Fitness, a facility designed to help patients reach their fitness and athletic goals during and after physical therapy.

Craig trained the Robert Morris Men’s Basketball team and is the physical therapist for Hopewell High School.

When he is not working he enjoys spending time with his family.

 

Dana Magnelli, PT, DPT

Dana is originally from Moon Township. She graduated from Gannon University with a BS in Exercise Science, and earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine. She worked for the University of Florida before joining the GPPT team. She has a special interest in running rehab, sports medicine and hand therapy. Dana is also a certified yoga instructor. When she is not working,  Dana enjoys running and training for races, yoga, Pittsburgh sports and spending time with her family.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Natalie Miller, PT, DPT

Natalie graduated from Youngstown State University with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2019. She has since had the opportunity to work in outpatient sport PT clinics in Nevada and West Virginia before joining GPPT. As a Seattle native, she loves watching the Seahawks and Sounders play, and has a new found love of watching Kraken NHL hockey. In her spare time, Natalie enjoys crafting, barre classes, and spending time with her husband, 2 cats, and miniature goldendoodle.                                          

Candace Seibel, Secretary

Candace has worked for GPPT since it opened over 11 years ago.  Before coming to the Hopewell office, Candace worked at home as Medical Transcriptionist while raising and educating her four children.

In her spare time, Candace goes to the movies with her husband, to the library with her children, and to the park with her dog.

                

Moon Township Office

 

Tom McConnell, PT

Tom McConnell graduated from St. Louis University with a degree in Physical Therapy. He completed a Fellowship in Sports Medicine at American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Alabama and is a certified athletic trainer

He is an adjunct clinical instructor at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.

Tom received an Appreciation Award from Robert Morris University Athletic Program in 2007 and volunteered as an athletic trainer at the United States Olympic Swim Trials in 2000 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

He provided athletic training services at the Ben Roethlisberger Footbal Camp (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015), the Darrelle Revis SkillCamp (2012), the Mike Tomlin Army Strong Speed and Agility Camp (2013), the Neil Walker Youth Camp (2013, 2014) and the Andrew McCutchen Youth Camp (2013).

 

Tom Fedorko, PTA

Tom Fedorko graduated from the CCAC Physical Therapy Assistant program and received his Bachelor of Science from Mountain State University in 2008 in organizational leadership.

He has worked in the field of health care for 25 years. He worked at the Ben Roethlisberger Football Camp (2011, 2012, 2013), Darrelle Revis SkillCamp (, 2013) and the Andrew McCutchen Youth Camp (2013).

When he is not working he enjoys playing basketball.