Brian Aucter started with Sunrise in May 2011. Brian received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Boston University in 2010 following graduation from St. Lawrence University with a B.S. in Neuroscience. Brian worked as an Outpatient Therapist at Lahey Clinic in Burlington, MA before joining Team Sunrise. Brian enjoys running with his wife and dog Melo in Underhill.
Pam Sills has been the proud owner of Sunrise Physical Therapy since opening in 2002. Pam received her advanced master's degree from University of Vermont in Physical Therapy in 2002 and has been a practicing physical therapist since graduating from UVM in 1989. Pam enjoys working with athletes; young and old, but has a special place in her heart for the seniors!! She feels everyone can improve upon their strength and fitness and maintains her fitness by participating in triathlons.
Olivia Asper joined Sunrise Physical Therapy in 2016. She lives in Johnson with her one and a quarter horses (one is a miniature pony). She wishes to own a horse barn where she can work with kids doing equestrian therapy.
Emily Slayton joined the Sunrise Physical Therapy staff in 2014. She is currently in her third year of physical therapy school, pursuing her doctorate, at the University of Vermont.
Katherine Sisson joined Sunrise physical Therapy in August 2015. Katie received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of Vermont in 2013 following her undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Food Science from the same university. Katie brings energy and athleticism to our clinic. She played Division One Softball during her years at UVM, having gained her knowledge in her sport from her high school days at Mount Mansfield. She also enjoys running, skiing, and hiking. She resides in Underhill.
Zarah Bradford joined the team at Sunrise Physical Therapy in 2017. She moved to Vermont one year ago from Connecticut with her two kids. Her son and daughter keep her busy with baseball and playing outdoors.
Cis Dumas joined the staff at Sunrise Physical Therapy in 2016. Previously she worked in the Physical Therapy Department at UVM. She now enjoys watching her grandchildren play sports and cheering for her Montreal Canadiens.