Heidi Noonan PT, CSCS, Owner

Heidi has been practicing for over 26 years and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS). Recent courses include Integrative Dry Needling, Current Treatment and Evaluation of Sport Injuries, Musculoskeletal Sports symposium, The Running Course, Primary care for the health Professional, Mulligan with Movement for the Lower Extremity, Mulligan with Movement for Upper Extremity and winter sports Symposium.

Heidi is an avid runner having completed 5 marathons, numerous 1/2 marathons, and many other shorter distance races.  She finished her alpine coaching career in 2013 after coaching 6 years at Lamoille Union High School. Prior to that, Heidi coached at Smugglers Notch Ski Club for 17 years. Heidi grew up in Stowe, VT and raced for the Mount Mansfield Ski Club, as well as raced while at the University of Colorado. Heidi is also an accomplished equestrian and competed on the notable Florida circuit and was the state of Vermont Champion and runner up 3 different times. Heidi has also been very active with the North American Hockey Academy and The Mount Mansfield Winter Academy, both in Stowe, with preseason evaluations and development of strength and conditioning programs. Her extensive coaching background, as well as her own experiences with personal competition has provided her with skills needed to return high level athletes to their peak performance level.

Heidi also likes to kayak, hike, bike, play tennis and soccer. Heidi was featured in Vermont Sports as the athlete of the week in Feb. 2010

Professional Development:University of Colorado, Boulder BS Kinesiology 1987
University of Vermont BS Physical Therapy 1992
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) 2001

Rilke Greenmun, DPT

Physical therapist Rilke Greenmun joins Heidi Noonan at the Sports and Rehab clinic.
Rilke graduated from UVM with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in May of 2017. With a long background in personal training, Rilke uses a combination of therapeutic exercise, manual therapy and postural education to identify the cause of dysfunction and effectively treat both acute and chronic conditions. She has clinical experience working with a wide variety of populations and conditions including neuromuscular rehabilitation, exercise programing for people with Parkinson’s and orthopedics. Areas of specialty include shoulder rehabilitation, movement integration and functional training. When not at work, Rilke enjoys hiking with her two dogs and attempting DIY home improvement projects.

Diane Lee PT

Diane retired in 2014 after 50 years of working in the Physical Therapy field. She currently helps out with office work and does per diem at Copley Hospital.