Ryan Mahar

Ryan Mahar, PT, DPT

  • Des Moines University: Doctor of Physical Therapy: 2008
  • University of Vermont: Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy: 1997
  • Specialty training: Manual therapy, gait analysis.

Beginning in 2022, Ryan is now the sole owner and president of the practice. Ryan’s family roots run deep in Vermont and he claims Fair Haven as his hometown. Ryan attended the University of Vermont where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 1997. As the profession of physical therapy advanced, Ryan further advanced his own degree completing the Doctorate level degree in 2008 through the Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical Center. Ryan’s 20+ years in the field of physical therapy has allowed him to specialize his manual therapy skills to treat a wide range of patient diagnoses. Outside of his professional career, Ryan has a love for the outdoors. He cherishes the time he can spend with his family on their small farm, maple sugaring, riding horses, hiking and hunting the woods of Vermont.

Emily Macura

Emily Macura, DPT

  • Sage Graduate School: Doctor of Physical Therapy: 2011
  • Research: The effects of a home exercise program on dynamic balance and balance self-confidence: A case report.

Emily was born and raised in the Adirondacks. She graduated from SUNY Oneonta in 2008 with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, and a concentration in pre-medicine. Emily then obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Sage Graduate School in 2011. While in graduate school, Emily completed her research project titled, “The effects of a home exercise program on dynamic balance and balance self-confidence: A case report.” Emily has clinical experience in both orthopedic and neurological settings and has a special interest in vestibular rehabilitation. She began working at Donna P. Johnson Physical Therapy, PC in 2011. When not practicing physical therapy, she is spending time with her husband and little girl. She also enjoys cooking, kayaking, and volunteering at her church.