County Physical Therapy Staff

Jay T. Henry MSPT
Jay graduated from Northeastern University with a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy in 2006 after receiving his Bachelor of Science Degree in Rehabilitation Sciences. After completing his clinical affiliations in Massachusetts, New York, Florida, and Utah he returned to the Hudson Valley, where he has been treating for the last ten years. Jay grew up in Newburgh and was drawn to the field after sustaining a knee injury in high school which required physical therapy. Jay has completed various continuing education courses focusing on the treatment of multiple orthopedic and sports injuries as well as a large concentration on spine and manual therapy.   He enjoys working with a wide variety of patients, from those with musculoskeletal and sports injuries to patients with neurological and balance deficits.

Jay is a 2-time marathoner and continues to compete in ski racing as well as participating in as many local running and cycling events as he can.  When not in the clinic, Jay enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and two young children.

Roland Alley, DPTRoland Alley, PT, DPT
Roland turned to Physical Therapy after a prior successful career as an audio engineer in the world of film & television post-production.  After experiencing the capabilities and rehabilitative power of physical therapy for a number of his own sports-related injuries in martial arts & cycling, he was moved to change careers. He graduated with awards from New York City’s Hunter College Doctor of Physical Therapy program in 2013.  Roland worked in the City for the next few years and has since relocated to Ulster County with his young family, where he enjoys the myriad benefits that the great outdoors offers, including running, cycling, and hiking.  He also enjoys playing drums and seeing live music.  Roland has taken multiple continuing education courses focusing on Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Functional Movement Screening, Postural Restoration Institute, Functional Range Conditioning, Institute for Physical Art, and the Maitland Approach.


William A. Vitagliano, PTAWilliam A. Vitagliano, PTA
After 20 years in the retail industry, Bill decided to return to school to obtain a degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. Graduating in 2015, he immediately began to work in the field, confirming his new career path was the right one. He loves interacting with the patients and help solving their issues. He believes in the hands-on approach and is always trying to find new and innovative ways to treat. Bill was raised in New York City, moving to the Hudson Valley in 2004. He enjoys gathering with friends, drawing, sports, and spending time with his wife and three sons.

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