Kevin M. Barno, MPT
Kevin is the owner of Pinnacle Rehabilitation Associates as well as a physical therapist. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Wilkes University in 1994 and his Master of Physical Therapy Degree from Temple University in 1996. Kevin provides expert care in the treatment of all orthopedic and post surgical conditions including those of the shoulder, spine, and knee as well as disorders of jaw.
“The best thing about my job is that I get to help people every day.”
K. Bridget Barno, PT
Bridget received her Physical Therapy degree from the University of Scranton in 1992 and is NDT certified, which is the preferred treatment method for neurologic conditions. Bridget is an expert in the treatment of stroke, MS, Parkinson’s disease, balance disorders, arthritis and total joint replacements.
“It’s a great feeling to know that you made a difference in somebody’s day.”
William Montross, MPT
Bill received his Bachelor’s Degree from Wilkes University in 1993 and his Masters of Physical Therapy Degree from Temple University in 1995. Bill provides expert treatment for all orthopedic and post surgical conditions including arthritis, balance programs, vestibular rehab, total joint replacements, and disorders of the foot and ankle.
“I enjoy helping people get the most out of their rehabilitation.”
Maria Bailoni-Hall, PTA
Maria is a graduate of Penn State earning her Physical Therapist Assistant degree in 1991. She specializes in sports medicine, orthopedics, total joint replacements, and post surgical shoulder rehabilitation. Maria is a certified running specialist, certified in yoga biomechanics, and also certified in functional movement taping techniques.
“Helping people achieve their goals is always very rewarding.”
Sharon Marranca, MPT
Sharon received her Masters of Physical Therapy Degree from University of the Sciences of Philadelphia in 1995. She is an expert in the treatment of vertigo and balance disorders as well as all orthopedic and post-surgical conditions including those of the foot and ankle, spine, and shoulder.
“It’s always great to see the amount of progress people can make.”