Bill Butch is licensed by the State of Pennsylvania as both a physical therapist and an athletic trainer. He has more than 25 years of experience in Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation.
Mr. Butch earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science, with an emphasis in Athletic Training from Slippery Rock University. He then completed his physical therapy training at the University of Pennsylvania. After receiving his Physical Therapy license, he earned a Master of Science degree in Orthopedic Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh.
He is a member of the sports orthopedic and private practice sections of the American Physical Therapy Association. He is also a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Society and the Mid-Atlantic Shoulder and Elbow Society.
As an accomplished clinician and administrator, Mr. Butch has developed and directed numerous programs in such areas as industrial medicine, orthopedic physical therapy and sports medicine. He has contributed to the training of many physical therapists and other rehabilitation professionals.
Mary S. Butch, PT
Mary Butch has been a licensed physical therapist practicing in the State of Pennsylvania for the past 20 years after graduating from the University of Pittsburgh with a bachelor of science degree in Physical Therapy.
Prior to entering private practice, she worked extensively in many areas of rehabilitation providing care to patients from children to seniors. She was previously Director of Outpatient Physical Therapy Services and Industrial Medicine Services at St. Francis Medical Center. She has developed programs in the areas of occupational medicine, prenatal and postpartum education, osteoporosis and arthritis care.
She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association Private Practice Section and the Arthritis Healthcare Professionals of Western Pennsylvania. She also serves on the Quality Assurance Committee for the Physical Therapy Provider Network of Pennsylvania.
Stephanie S. Luksik, PT
Stephanie Luksik is a Physical Therapist licensed by the State of Pennsylvania. She has 20 years of clinical experience, including work in acute care, rehabilitation, orthopedics and industrial rehabilitation.
Stephanie has had a variety of work experiences, including clinical instructor for university students, teaching of annual student orthotics workshops, Arthritis Foundation PACE exercise program leader and therapist for the Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Center at St. Francis Medical Center. She has also had experience managing the Outpatient and Industrial Rehabilitation Department at St. Francis Medical Center.
Stephanie graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Science degree in physical therapy. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and Orthopedic Section member.
Veronica Saska, PT, DPT
Veronica received her undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Pittsburgh before going on to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy also from Pitt. She is currently a member of the American Physical Therapy Association. She is a member of the Orthopedic and Oncology sections of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Since joining the PRS team she has developed our CancerCare program. This is the only program in the region specifically dedicated to help patients dealing with cancer and side effects of treatment to increase their independence and return to their normal activities of daily living. In addition, Veronica offers Vestibular Rehabilitation at the Perrysville office which includes treatment of vertigo. This service complements the balance and falls prevention program already in place at both offices.
David Campagna, PT, DPT
David earned his Bachelor’s from the University of Pittsburgh in Science majoring in Rehabilitation Science. He then pursued his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. After graduating in 2006, he worked as a staff Physical Therapist for Centers for Rehabilitation Services at the UPMC Institute for Rehabilitation and Research outpatient services. For two and half years, he treated a diverse patient population with a variety of diagnoses ranging from neuromuscular diseases/impairments to orthopedic injuries in athletes. As an APTA member and orthopedic sections member, he joined the excellent team of Physical Therapists at Physical Rehabilitation Services in October of 2008. In 2019, Dave earned the distinction of Certification in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (COMT). This certification provides Dave with a level of competency in manual therapy, with emphasis on clinical decision-making, advanced orthopedic clinical practice, accurate techniques of assessment/treatment, along with effective treatment, progression, and safety for his patients.
Dan Williams, PT
Physical Rehabilitation Services welcomes Dan Williams, PT as the Clinic Director of our Franklin Park location. He is a graduate of Gannon University, and SUNY Buffalo. Dan has 26+ years of experience as a physical therapist in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy, with elite sports medicine experience.
One of Dan’s passions is baseball – as a previous consultant to the Pittsburgh Pirates, he received an annual invite to spring training and has rehabilitated numerous professional athletes. He also held the position of pitching coach for a PIAA State, two WPIAL, and three Youngstown B league championship teams. Additionally, he has worked as a professional baseball scout.
Dan first authored a book chapter on manual therapy of the shoulder complex, published by the Sports Section of the APTA and has guest lectured on various orthopedic rehabilitation topics at local universities, including Duquesne University and Slippery Rock University.
Dan is a member APTA (American Physical Therapy Association).
Dan has been married to his wife, Chris for 21 years and they have two children. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, golfing and traveling.
Danielle Lee, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Danielle has been a Physical Therapist Assistant with Physical Rehabilitation Services since May 2010. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from the University of Pittsburgh-Main in 2006. Following working with the Team in Training program with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Danielle returned to school and received her Associate in Applied Science degree from Butler County Community College in 2010. Danielle is certified in RockTape Functional Movement Techniques Kinesiotaping.
Personally, Danielle’s hobbies include the Pittsburgh Sports League, hiking, cooking, traveling, and playing broomball for the Pittsburgh Broomball Club.
Abby McKiernan, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Abby received her Associate Degree in the Physical Therapy Assistant program at the Community College of Allegheny County. Prior to receiving her associate’s degree, she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology at West Virginia University. Between earning those two degrees, Abby worked as a personal trainer for 5 years as well as being the Assistant Coach/Strength and Conditioning Coach for Carlow University Women’s Volleyball. Being a collegiate athlete herself for 4 years brought many injuries as well as the beginning of her love for the physical therapy field. Abby started working at Ohio Valley Hospital in both the Outpatient and Inpatient departments. She joined the PRS team in 2014.
Heather Duncan, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Heather Duncan is a staff Physical Therapist Assistant at Physical Rehabilitation Services. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Communications from Point Park University and has more than seven years of experience in the marketing and communications field prior to returning to school to pursue her passion for the physical therapy field. Heather graduated in May 2017 with an Associate in Applied Science degree from Butler County Community College, where she received the Physical Therapist Assistant Program Perseverance Award for her graduating Physical Therapist Assistant class.
Heather is excited to begin her career with Physical Rehabilitation Services and truly has a passion to help patients achieve and maintain an active lifestyle. She hopes to pursue future career options in the field by gaining other clinical specializations, which will further her growth and knowledge for the field.
Personally, Heather enjoys running and has completed several half marathons and one full marathon, the 2014 Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon. She has a passion for the outdoors and when she is not running, she likes to spend her free time hiking, kayaking, and golfing with her husband.
PRS Administrative Support Staff
(from left to right): Kathy Michalski, Charleen Miller, Debbie Toth
Missing from photo: Carol Innamorato