Meet Our Staff

Bill Rolle

Bill Rolle, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS

Bill Rolle, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
President/Clinic Director

Dr. Bill Rolle is now and has always been committed to caring for people regardless of their life challenges. His ability to assess physical ailments, identify solutions and counsel patients on appropriate treatment has made him a favorite of all those who visit Seneca Physical Therapy.

Bill opened Seneca Physical Therapy in 1991, just five years after graduating with high honors from the University of Maryland School of Medicine/Physical Therapy Department. He continued to enhance his professional skills by studying for and receiving his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from Rocky Mountain University in 2005.

He is Board Certified as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS). The OCS was established to provide formal recognition for physical therapists with advanced clinical knowledge, experience and skills in a special practice area. Board certification assists consumers and the health care community in identifying these physical therapists.

ABPTS Diplomate logo Dr. Rolle specializes in sports injuries with the greatest emphasis on gymnastics, tennis, and swimming. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and has worked with the U.S. National Women’s Gymnastics Team and the U.S. Tennis Association Player Development Program. He consults with the elite gymnastics program at Hill’s Gymnastics in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Hills has had a gymnast in each of the last 5 Olympics, including 2008. He has been working with Hill’s for a number of years, triaging and treating gymnasts.

He is also a Certified Mulligan Practitioner, one of only two in the entire State of Maryland. This manual therapy concept is a highly effective, innovative approach to treating musculoskeletal problems of the limbs, hips, neck and back.

Dr. Rolle also spent two weeks in Romania in 1995 as a medical mission volunteer for Operation Smile as part of his on-going pro-bono work.

He lives in Boyds, Maryland, with his wife, Lisa, and two daughters, Jessica and Meaghan.


Linda Kuserk

Linda Kuserk, PT, DPT

Linda Kuserk, PT, DPT
A graduate of the University of Delaware Physical Therapy School in 1985, Linda joined Seneca Physical Therapy in 1992.

In addition to her background in orthopedic sports medicine and manual therapy, Linda has extensive experience treating patients with myofascial pain syndromes and chronic pain. Linda also specializes in womens health such as post-mastectomy/lumpectomy rehabilitation, pelvic pain, pregnancy or postpartum dysfunctions, pain or loss of function after gynecological or abdominal surgery and exercises for incontinence.

Linda’s other areas of interest include TMJ and neural entrapment syndromes. Linda is the Clinical Education Coordinator for clinical internships of graduate students at Seneca.


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Sabrina Sladek

Sabrina Sladek, PT, DPT

Sabrina Sladek, PT, DPT

Since 2007 Dr. Sladek has brought energy and dedication to our elite therapy team along with a strong educational and athletic background. Since starting to work here at Seneca she has become a loving wife to Joe and a mother to their son, Luca. Familiar with our area and patient population, Sabrina was raised in Montgomery County and attended Damascus High School. She graduated cum laude from Virginia Tech in 2004, majoring in Human Nutrition, Food, and Exercise after which she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

Dr. Sladek enjoys all areas of physical therapy, but her primary interests are in orthopedic sports medicine, manual therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, and balance training/fall prevention. Sabrina authored a research paper on rehabilitation for Tommy John Surgery in a baseball pitcher and another on Yoga and Low Back Pain. While working at St. Joseph’s hospital in the orthopedic rehab clinic, Sabrina watched a total knee replacement surgery and says it gave her a whole new understanding for those who undergo a joint replacement.

As a former competing athlete, Sabrina brings not only a wealth of expertise based on her schooling, but also invaluable insight gained from her personal experience as an athlete. She competed in soccer and basketball, but readily admits that she enjoys playing all sports. Sabrina has run the Marine Corps Marathon, a number of half marathons, and played basketball in the wheelchair basketball tournament against the wheelchair basketball team of Baltimore Maryland (Ravens). She shares that being an athlete allows her to relate to the emotional component as well as the physical and rehabilitative components of therapy.

Her patients have described Sabrina and her treatment as providing “a true concern for my well-being”, “a program that was challenging and expedited my recovery”, “a customer first approach”, “providing knowledge and guidance”, and describe her as “professional, knowledgeable, caring, and personable”.

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Eden Smith

Eden Smith, ACSM, CSCS

Eden Smith, ACSM, CSCS

Wellness Director

Eden has been involved with Seneca Physical Therapy since its inception. She became the director of the Seneca Wellness and Fitness Center when it began in 1997.

Beyond working in the fitness industry since 1991 and working with collegiate and professional women’s basketball players, Eden has spent her entire post-college career in the field of rehabilitation medicine. This brings a background that is highly unusual for the field of fitness and wellness.

Eden’s clinical background is directly responsible for the incredible growth of the Seneca Wellness and Fitness Center since 1997. Her unique ability to work with and tap into the fitness potential of anyone is the driving force behind the Seneca Wellness and Fitness Center. Her clinical background allows her to identify problems that need to be addressed by a physical therapist or a physician much more easily and consistently than the average personal trainer.

Eden is a Certified Health Fitness Specialist through the American College of Sport Medicine and a Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. These certifications from ACSM and NSCA represent the highest certifications available as a personal fitness trainer. She graduated from the University of Maryland with a BS degree in Kinesiological Sciences.

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Jennifer Mohr

Jennifer Mohr, BS, ACE Personal Trainer

Jennifer Mohr, BS, ACE Personal Trainer

Jennifer is an Exercise Specialist. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Longwood University in Virginia. While at Longwood, she interned at a local facility, Philbins Fitness Center. There she had the opportunity to work with high school, college and professional athletes. She also interned at Shady Grove Cardiac Rehabilitation, where she continued to work after her graduation from Longwood. Recognizing her clients’ need for more diverse exercise opportunities, she developed several exercise classes including ball and stretching classes.

While working at Shady Grove Cardiac Rehabilitation, she also worked at a local gym as a personal trainer. Her passion is helping individuals meet their personal health goals by providing appropriate exercise prescriptions.

Jennifer was raised locally and attended Quince Orchard High School, playing soccer and lacrosse. She continued to play lacrosse at Longwood, a Division I school, during her four years. She continues to enjoy both soccer and lacrosse as her sports of choice.

Currently, Jennifer is certified as a personal trainer through the American Council on Exercise (ACE), is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and is certified in CPR/AED.

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Bob Seymour

Bob Seymour

Bob Seymour

Certified Personal Trainer
National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)

Certified Senior Personal Trainer
Senior Fitness Instructor
American Senior Fitness Association (ASFA)

Bob is a Certified Personal Trainer through NASM and is certified as a Senior Personal Trainer through ASFA. He has also attended courses making him a specialist in stretching techniques. With these certifications, Bob is able to develop safe and effective individual and group exercise programs for seniors to help improve their independence and overall function and to increase their flexibility.

Bob is not only proficient but also a leader in the area for training and working with people who have Parkinson’s disease. For his Parkinson’s clients he offers an exercise class in the community as well as one-on-one training at their homes and here at Seneca Wellness & Fitness Center. Bob does not limit himself to Parkinson’s clients only; he also works with a variety of clients who have one or more disorders or diseases.

His training and experience provided him the opportunity to work extensively with a neurologist and conduct literature searches relating to the benefits of exercise on the aging and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

Bob speaks of his research and experience at seminars, senior groups and Parkinson’s support groups throughout Maryland. Bob is a valued resource to other Parkinson’s specialists.

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Melissa Durnan

Melissa (Fidler) Durnan, MS, RCEP

Melissa (Fidler) Durnan, MS, RCEP

Melissa originally joined our team at Seneca Wellness and Fitness Center in the spring of 2005 upon completion of her Master of Science degree in Exercise Science, from McDaniel College in Westminster, MD. She received her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science, from Towson University in Towson, MD. Following high school, she enrolled in a 5 year physical therapy program, at College Misericordia in Wilkes Barre, PA. She completed 3 years but opted to change her major in order to concentrate on a health and wellness approach.

In 2007, Melissa earned a certification through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), as a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (RCEP). Within the fitness industry, ACSM is considered the Gold Standard in the world, and is a reputable resource for providing knowledge and skills to fitness professionals. As a RCEP, she is able to work with persons who have chronic diseases and other conditions in which exercise has been shown to provide therapeutic and/or functional benefit. She enjoys being able to combine the science of fitness and wellness with the science of rehabilitation.

Melissa is experienced in Pilates Mat and Reformer, using the STOTT Pilates method. The foundational principles of Joseph Pilates support her emphasis on the importance of building core strength and stability, specific to each wellness member and client. Melissa enjoys seeing all of her clients gain understanding of these skills when practicing core and body awareness exercises.

Throughout her undergraduate and graduate studies, Melissa specialized in pre and postnatal fitness, and plans on working towards a pre and postnatal fitness certification in the near future. By increasing her knowledge of women’s health, and gaining more experience in women-specific wellness and fitness, Melissa hopes to add another element to Seneca’s continuum of care.

As a Type I diabetic, she also has a personal interest in the positive benefits of exercise on the treatment and prevention of diabetes. Over the years, she has developed additional expertise in preventive and rehabilitative programs for those with diabetes, heart disease, and other comorbidities.

Melissa took a brief break from Seneca in October 2011 to work as the Exercise Coordinator for a nursing home and rehabilitation center in York, PA. In April 2013, Melissa rejoined Seneca’s team with a new appreciation and passion for health and wellness, especially in older adults.

Casey Miller

Casey Miller

Casey L. Miller, PT, DPT, MS, RD, CSCS – Physical Therapist

Casey received her Bachelor’s Degree from Drexel University in Nutrition and Food Science where she was a Division I Women’s Soccer Student Athlete on the Dean’s List. In 2008, Casey began her health and wellness career as a Registered Dietitian later obtaining her Masters degree in Kinesiology from Marywood University.

After consulting with clients in NYC, Boston, Philadelphia and Scranton she decided to return to school in 2011 to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Misericordia University. Casey brings to Fyzical her skills and knowledge as a physical therapist, exercise physiologist, nutritionist, manager of personal training, as well as a collegiate coach of women’s soccer.

She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach and has worked with professional to younger athletes of all sports. She enjoys working with a wide range of patients including children and the elderly, as well as those with orthopedic conditions or post surgical issues.

On the weekends you can find her hiking, watching a funny movie, or enjoying foods of all kinds.

Casey Miller

Danielle Gross

Danielle Gross, PT, DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy

Danielle received her Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Management and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Misericordia University in Dallas, Pennsylvania. While at Misericordia, she played Division III Lacrosse, remained on the dean’s list, was inducted to the Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society for Business, Management, and Administration, and initiated/coached a local high school varsity Lacrosse team for two years.

While on clinical during completion of her doctorate, Danielle found what she is truly passionate about. Helping people resolve their symptoms of vertigo, dizziness, and imbalance is something that she finds extremely interesting, rewarding, and important. When Danielle was learning about the balance system, inner ear disorders, and more about the people suffering from them, she realized that this was a problem that hit very close to home. She recognized that her twin uncles had been suffering from an inner ear disease for years without knowing it. Seeing how greatly inner ear/balance disorders can affect a person’s life only added fuel to her passion.

Outside of the clinic, you can find Danielle remaining active through running and hiking. She also sometimes travels on weekends to help with triathlons as a handler to parathletes, or as a classifier to USA Paratriathlon.

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