Who We Are

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.”

Dr. John De Noyelles, originally from Binghamton, NY, earned his Bachelor of Science in Business/Communication from Grove City College. He then transitioned from a career in residential construction in Maryland to pursue a Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY. Seeking a more thorough and higher level orthopedic, sports, and manual therapy education, he was accepted into the Advanced Orthopedic Residency Program through Sacred Heart University. He has since opened Resolve Physical Therapy in 2020, aiming to provide high-quality care to his community. In addition to his clinical work, he has contributed to research articles on topics such as high school athlete injury risk and shoulder rehabilitation. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his family, watching his kids play sports, and staying active through strength training and running.

Research & publications
Grimes J, Cameron D, DeNoyelles J. Shoulder Rehabilitation. In: C Lewis, K Chui, D Gray, G Huber (Eds.) Physical Therapy for the Older Adult: Examination and Intervention: An Evidence Based Approach. 1st ed. Wolters Kluwer Health. 2017.
De Noyelles JT, Austin GP. Musculoskeletal Imaging Case Report: Avulsion fracture of the ischial tuberosity. Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice. 2016; 28(1):83-84.
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.
Bardenett SM, Micca JJ, DeNoyelles JT, Miller SD, Jenk DT, Brooks GS. Functional Movement Screen TM normative values and validity in high school athletes: Can the FMS TM be used as a predictor of injury? Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2015; 10(3):303-308.
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.
Dr. Jaclyn McCullough, PT

Physical Therapist

Dr. Jaclyn McCullough graduated from Valley Central High School where she played soccer and lacrosse and then continued her athletic career playing lacrosse at Arcadia University. Her passion for Women’s Health Physical Therapy stems from her own love of exercise and its many health benefits. Jaclyn enjoys trail running, lifting, yoga and triathlons.

Dr. Drew Abatangelo, PT, SCS, OCS

Physical Therapist

“I have a passion for helping athletes and keeping the active community moving through the key principles of Mobility, Stability and Skill.”

Dr. Drew Abatangelo grew up in Montgomery, NY. He graduated from Valley Central High School where he played football, lacrosse, and then continued his athletic career as a collegiate lacrosse player. Drew stays active with strength training, participating in local races, and refining his skills on the golf course. As a dual board-certified therapist in Sports and Orthopedics, Drew looks to bring his unique talents to help the active Hudson Valley community reach their full potential.

Dr. Tirzah Jorrey, PT, OCS

Physical Therapist

Dr. Tirzah Jorrey grew up in Goshen, NY where she graduated from Goshen High School having played soccer, basketball, and softball in addition to participating on a club swim team. She went on to attend SUNY Geneseo and later SUNY Upstate Medical University where she obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), later earning board certification in orthopedics (OCS). Now she remains active by running after her two very active children and participates in local races and sprint triathlons. Tirzah looks forward to using her experience as a clinician and athlete to work with individuals to maintain their active lifestyles and achieve their own fitness and rehabilitation goals.

Nicole Suchy

Office Manager

Nicole is our office manager here at Resolve. She has worked in healthcare for 10+ years and has a passion for helping people. When she is not working she enjoys spending time with her family. You can usually find her on the sidelines of a soccer or softball field cheering on her kids.

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