1600 Falmouth Road, Unit 34
Centerville, MA 02632
Formerly known as Physical Therapy In Motion, ProEx in Centerville is located in the Mid-Cape area of Cape Cod, MA. The clinic will continue the ProEx promise of valuing their patients’ time, offering clear communication and personalized treatment, in a supportive and comfortable atmosphere. Both Physical Therapy in Motion and ProEx Physical Therapy share the same, strong belief in the therapists and patients working together to reach established goals of restoring optimal flexibility, regaining joint mobility, improving range of motion and increasing strength, with the ultimate goal of returning patients to an active lifestyle.
Eileen has practiced her entire career on Cape Cod. Eileen initially received a degree in Biology from Catholic University of America in Washington, DC in 1984. She returned to school to study physical therapy and in 1989 graduated from Daemen College. She joined Michael at Yarmouth Physical Therapy at that time. In 2008 Eileen and her husband Michael opened their Physical Therapy In Motion Centerville clinic, where Eileen took the lead to manage this location. Eileen continues to treat patients and run the Centerville clinic now under ProEx Physical Therapy. Aside from many orthopedic seminars, Eileen has also taken many manual therapy and advanced orthopedic courses from MGH Institute of Health Professions and the University of St. Augustine. With a strong background in orthopedic physical therapy, her treatment focus is on manual therapy and functional exercise. She is known to create and foster a fun, encouraging, and supportive environment for her patients and staff. She been told countless times that she has “eyes in the back of her head” as patients are continually watched for correct form. Outside of her professional responsibilities Eileen enjoys fitness, golf, and family time.
Brian Wentworth is a physical therapist who grew up in Methuen, MA and now he lives on Cape with his wife Kristen. Brian graduated from Methuen High School and then went to Northeastern where he received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013. He also completed Boston University’s Fellowship of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy in 2017. As of now Brian is splitting time between ProEx Centerville and ProEx Braintree, as well as teaching part time at Northeastern University. When Brian isn’t working his hobbies include spending time with his wife and family, running, golfing, hiking, going to the beach/boating, and watching sports. Brian’s biggest accomplishment has been shaping his life with his wife and finishing his fellowship. One cool fact about Brian is he enjoys cooking and he has treated in several ProEx clinics. Brian also does volunteer work for his best friend’s foundation, The Tyler Weymouth Memorial Foundation, where he tries to raise awareness about sunscreen and the dangers of Melanoma. Also Brian’s favorite part about working for ProEx is the family atmosphere with the staff and patients, as well as the constant drive to be the best and well educated therapists in the country. In ten years Brian sees himself teaching at a university or in a business management role of PT. Brian also loves that he gets to work at the same company with his wife, Kristen Wentworth.