Dreyer welcomes new members to their team
● By Katelyn Nelson
Advocate Dreyer recently added two new members to their growing physical therapy team, now totaling more than 25 therapists at five Dreyer locations. Their disciplines and expertise include traditional physical therapy, adult and pediatric occupational therapy, and pediatric speech therapy.
Annaliese Boot, MOTR/L has joined Advocate Dreyer as an occupational therapist at the Clinic’s Highland location in Aurora. Ms. Boot received her undergraduate degree from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She then completed a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. Ms. Boot is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association and the American Society of Hand Therapists with special interests in upper extremity orthopaedic injuries.
Nicholas T. Romano, MPT, CAFS, has also joined Advocate Dreyer as a physical therapist at the Clinic’s Highland location in Aurora. Mr. Romano received his undergraduate degree in Health Studies from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. He earned a Master of Physical Therapy degree at Northern Illinois University as well. Mr. Romano is a licensed physical therapist with special interests in sports and orthopaedic rehabilitation.