About Us

Germantown Physical Therapy is a privately owned facility and has been in operation for over 20 years. At 3300 square feet, the office is one of the largest in the area offering a full array of gym equipment, free weights, two traction tables, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, heat/cold therapy, CYBEX equipment and other rehab supplies. Our clinicians emphasize manual therapy, coupled with exercise and modalities, to treat many conditions related to the musculoskeletal system.

Milo Ferraro, PT, is a 1999 Graduate of Daemen College. After working with a Physiatrist in upstate New York, he eventually moved to Maryland and has worked at Germantown Physical Therapy for 14 years. His continuing education includes classes from Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine and University of Saint Augustine for Health Sciences.  He has diversity in treatments using trigger point massage, extremity mobilization and craniosacral techniques.  When not at work, he enjoys the outdoors, automobiles and spending time with his wife and daughter.

Joseph Villamor, PTJoseph Villamor joined our office in late 2014. Joe told me he wrote his bio, I am just filling up lines of text to maintain the format. Maybe sometime in the next year, I will finally get around to putting his actual info here. After obtaining his diploma in the Philippines, he has worked in outpatient orthopedics for over 10 years. His treatments incorporate a large manual component as well as evidence based exercises.

Laura Vaughn, MS, DPTLaura Vaughan, DPT, MS  is a 2000 Graduate from Ithaca College with her Masters in Physical Therapy.  She obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2010.  She has worked in orthopedics and continues to refine her manual therapy skills.  She has vast experience in treating spinal dysfunction and has received training in myofascial release, muscle energy techniques, Mulligan and Maitland techniques.  Outside of work, Laura enjoys kayaking, playing soccer and running.

Kate Laughman, PTAKate Laughman, PTA is our newest addition. After graduating from Carroll Community College in 2011, she worked in California for 3 years before returning to Maryland. Her skills include myofascial release, Trigger Point Massage, joint mobilizations and other various manual techniques. When she isn’t working, she enjoys being outdoors and going on adventures with her husband and two boys.

Alex Ofori, LMTAlex Ofori is a graduate of Northern VA School of Therapeutic Massage. He has obtained his Maryland licensure as a Massage Therapist but also holds a degree in Respiratory Therapy and works for Suburban Hospital. Prior to working with humans, Alex earned his Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Biology. He feels that his experience in the animal kingdom has helped him to understand those in stress and how it affects various parts of the body. In his spare time, he enjoys family and motorcycles.