Dr. John De Noyelles, PT, OCS, CSCS

Owner, Physical Therapist

"My goal is your goal. Everything we look for, what we treat, and how we treat are based on you and your goals. This helps us create a customized plan of how to get you better in the best and quickest way possible."

* Less than 1% of all Physical Therapists graduate from a credentialed residency program.

Dr. John De Noyelles grew up Binghamton, NY. He worked in residential construction in Maryland after graduating from Grove City College with a Bachelors of Science in Business/Communication. Inspired by his wife, a Speech-Language Pathologist, and looking to go into healthcare, John attended Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY and earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Wanting a more thorough and higher level orthopaedic, sports and manual therapy education, he was accepted into Sacred Heart University’s Advanced Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Program. During this one year selective and intense program, John participated in and received mentorship in advanced hands-on post-graduate classes and in the clinic. He also served as a faculty member in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, helping to educate future Physical Therapists.

John and his family moved to Orange County following his residency, his wife returning to her home town. Their children are considered 8th generation Montgomery. The family are active members in the educational and sports community.

Dr. De Noyelles has collaborated in and published research articles involving high school athlete injury risk, movement dysfunction and imaging findings in athletes, and a textbook chapter on shoulder rehabilitation.


RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS

  • Yung E, De Noyelles J, LeMoine M, Wong M. How to simultaneously integrate Movement System Impairment and manual therapy approaches in back pain with radiating leg pain- video demonstration of a case example. Poster Presentation: 2016 APTA Combined Sections Meeting.

  • De Noyelles J, Dolphin M, Andrew D. Utilization of a Classification System and Thrust Manipulation in the PT Management of a Patient with Chronic Mechanical Neck Pain: A Case Report.

  • Poster Presentation: 2015 APTA Combined Sections Meeting

  • Poster Presentation: 2013 Charles R. Ross Memorial Student Research Day

  • Upstate Medical University Student Research Award

Dr. Jaclyn McCullough, PT

Physical Therapist

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy, Arcadia University

  • Certified in Concussion and Vestibular Rehabilitation through the American Institute of Balance

  • Trained as a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist through Herman and Wallace

  • Certified Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist through Core Exercise Solutions

  • Registered Yoga Instructor

Dr. Jaclyn McCullough grew up in Walden, NY. She graduated from Valley Central High School where she was an active participant in athletics, including lacrosse and soccer. Through her own experience of a knee injury, Jaclyn was exposed to physical therapy as an effective tool to improve pain and get someone back to full activity quickly. She decided at age 15 that she wanted to pursue physical therapy as a career.


Jaclyn attended Arcadia University in Glenside, PA for undergraduate studies, where she was a four year starter on the women’s lacrosse team. She then continued her education at Arcadia, earning her DPT in 2018.


Jaclyn worked as a physical therapist for several years in the Philadelphia suburbs, treating a wide range of patient populations, including orthopedic, neurological and concussion/vestibular. She then moved to Charlotte, NC where she gained a passion treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction. Additionally, she became an avid student of yoga and is now a registered yoga instructor.


Jaclyn has recently returned to her hometown with her husband, eager to bring her passions of pelvic health and concussion rehabilitation to the Hudson Valley.