Julie Radnoff, MPT
Julie Radnoff, MPT, is the physical therapy clinical specialist. A 1995 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, she has been a practicing physical therapist for 18 years and has more than 10 years of experience in acute spinal cord and multi-trauma care. Julie has a passion for trauma orthopedics, wheelchair evaluation, and amputee training. She heads up the hospital’s rehab student program and loves to teach, serving as a frequent guest lecturer in local physical therapy programs. She is the proud mom of two girls. She enjoys coaching field hockey and lacrosse and walking her golden retriever, Dug.
Susan Bloom, MPT
Susan Bloom, MPT, earned her undergraduate and Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University. She has worked in a variety of settings in her 38 years of practice, including acute care, home health, geriatrics and outpatient physical therapy. She enjoys working with neurological patients and has worked in both a research and clinical capacity with stroke patients. Susan currently specializes in the care of people with vestibular problems who are experiencing vertigo and imbalance. Her outside interests are playing golf and engaging in religious studies.
Bonnie Ziegelstein, PT
Bonnie Ziegelstein, PT, is a 1984 graduate of the physical therapy program at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. She has spent many years working in acute care and outpatient rehab in the greater Baltimore area. Her areas of interest include general orthopedics, wellness, and women's health issues such as pelvic floor rehab for incontinence and pain and pregnancy related musculoskeletal dysfunction. She enjoys getting to know her patients as individuals so the best rehab results can be obtained. Outside of work she keeps busy spending time with her husband and three children and their many activities, as well as volunteering in the community.