Bill Sienkiewicz, LPTA

Clinic Manager

Education:

Experience:

As a Physical Therapy Assistant, Bill has practiced since 1992, and focused in the treatment of sports medicine and outpatient orthopedic injury management. He joined the REHAB AT WORK, Baltimore office in 2001 as the Work Hardening Coordinator and has expertly directed this program since. In 2008, Bill accepted the additional role of Clinic Manager for the Baltimore location. Along with his role as manager, Bill provides outpatient physical therapy treatments.

Professional Activities:

He is currently an active member of the Baltimore Claims Association serving the Maryland Workers Compensation community.

Philosophy:

“My philosophy is to try to put myself in the patients position. If I can understand his/her perspective, I can better support them in a return to functional wellness. I want to help them restore quality of life and to be able to live every day to their fullest.”

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COVID-19 Updates from Rehab At Work Our goal is to keep you as informed as possible about COVID-19. We will continue to update this page,

COVID-19 Updates

We at REHAB AT WORK are concerned with your safety, and the safety of our staff is our highest priority. Currently, there is a multitude of information surrounding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and recommendations to keep people safe. We believe in measured precaution as described by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and we would like to reassure you that we are following their recommendations to keep us all safe. 

At REHAB AT WORK, we are taking extra precautions to make sure you can continue to participate safely in your physical therapy and industrial rehabilitation program. These precautions include:

We will continue to follow CDC guidelines and keep you updated on recommendations. You can also visit our site by clicking here for more information. 

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