Meet Our Physical Therapists
One-one-one treatment for faster healing.
DR. DANIEL ROIG
Daniel Roig PT, DPT graduated from Widener University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology, completed his Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy, also at Widener. While receiving his Doctoral degree he was a recipient of the 2008 “Contribution to the Professional Education Experience” Award. Off-campus, he gained practical experience by taking part in a research-based sports medicine specialty focus group, and clinical rounds with a local podiatrist treated professional and college athletes, as well as participating in an event at Penn State University where he screened football players for the upcoming season.
Since graduating and getting his license in 2009, Dr. Roig has worked with a variety of outpatient and sub-acute facilities. All of that acquired knowledge allows him to develop individualized programs and deliver the very best patient-centered care possible. He sees everything from MVA’s to sports His clinical interests include manual therapy, sports medicine, he is currently working on becoming certified in Manual Therapy and plans to sit for his OCS.
Dr. Roig has played multiple sports in high school and played club volleyball. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and 3 children.
DR. GIAN CARLO DE LARA
Gian Carlo understands that it is important to stay active and be equally healthy physically, as well as mentally. He has started doing yoga, calisthenics, and daily meditations/readings. He volunteers at a local church helping to spread the good news.
Gian Carlo is here to take the time and effort to make sure you are well taken care of. Come and stop by our South Orange office. He looks forward to meeting and working with you.
DR. JULIANA (JULES) STRELEC
Juliana (Jules) graduated with a Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) in Clinical Health Studies in 2017 and received her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2019 from Ithaca College. While receiving her Doctoral degree she was a recipient of the “Graduate Professional Excellence” Award. Upon completion of her degree, she became a published author in the Journal of Prosthetics and Orthotics with a research study titled “Rehabilitation Program Using Short Prostheses after Bilateral Transfemoral Amputation: A Case Report”.
Jules has experience working in-home care, outpatient orthopedics, and inpatient rehabilitation. She is also an LSVT BIG Certified Clinician which is an effective physical therapy treatment for patient’s with Parkinson Disease. Her clinical interests include a variety of general outpatient diagnosis, cervical spine conditions, geriatric rehabilitation, vestibular rehabilitation, and neurological-based conditions. She takes pride in treating the whole patient and working through the psychological challenges of pain, injury, and healing.
When not in the clinic, Jules enjoys walking her dog (Kebo), working out especially on her Peloton, and traveling with her boyfriend. She looks forward to working with you and helping you get back to the pain-free movement of all kinds!