Our Professional Staff
You're in good hands with a skilled Training Room physical therapist.
All of our physical therapists exceed Michigan’s stringent professional requirements. They are certified and have at least an additional 2 years of training in orthopedic manual physical therapy which emphasizes excellence in treating and diagnosing conditions of the spine, joint/ligaments, muscles and ligaments/tendons. We serve as a clinical education site for universities and the community alike. Come and see why your experience at The Training Room will be unlike any physical therapy you have had before.
John Czarnecki, PT, FAAOMPT
John graduated from Wake Forest University in 1987 with a degree in Exercise Science. He received his physical therapy degree in 1989 from the University of Michigan-Flint. He earned his certification in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT) in 1995 from Oakland University.
John is a member of the American and Michigan Physical Therapy Association and is a fellow with the Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT).
John co-founded the Ted Lindsay Foundation for Autism Research in 2001.
He is an associate member of the Red Wing Alumni and provides physical therapy services for the Alumni team.
He is co-owner and physical therapist at DeVinney Czarnecki Physical Therapy PC and The Training Room LLC in Troy.
Ryan Bugni, PTA
Ryan is a graduate from the PTA program of Baker College in Auburn Hills. Ryan has experience in working with the orthopedic patient population as well as sports-related and neurological injuries.
Ryan uses his energy and motivation to ensure the best outcome from your time at The Training Room. He works hard to not only regain your strength and stability but also helps you to return to hobbies, sports, and personal activities by incorporating them into your treatment.
Linda Krysiak Costello, PT, FOC, CFMT
Linda graduated from Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, in 1982, with her degree in Physical Therapy. Her career has spanned over 36 years, with direct patient care in neurological, orthopedic and sports related injuries.
Linda is a Primary Instructor for the Institute of Physical Art, Steamboat Springs, CO, teaching continuing education seminars throughout the United States. She has been a faculty member for over 30 years. She has also been a guest lecturer and adjunct professor for Oakland University, Wayne State University and the University of Michigan Flint.
She received her Functional Orthopedic Certification in 2006, graduating with distinction, and she received her Certified Functional Manual Therapist certification in 2015 graduating with honors.
Linda is passionate in providing functional manual therapy to address the complexities of patients dysfunctions throughout their entire body systems, and assist in their recovery and return to activities.