Meet Our Team

Charles Mills

Charles S. Mills, III

MHS, PT, (Cert.) MDT, CMTPT

Owner, Physical Therapist

Charlie’s Special Credentials:

Charlie has been practicing as a therapist since 1994 and is a Mckenzie certified specialist. He is also a Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist with special emphasis and proficiency in dry needling techniques. He also holds Key Method Certifications in Functional Capacity Assessments and Job Site Analyses.

Education:

Medical University of South Carolina, Old Dominion University.

Hobbies:

I enjoy spending time with my wife and four sons in a variety of activities to include camping, boating, fishing, boy scouts, swimming, and martial arts.

What do you like most about working at Mid-County Physical Therapy?

I love the challenges and professional satisfaction of owning my own business and knowing that I am making a difference in the lives of so many people. Currently, as a father of four active sons and the son of parents who both have had knee replacements, I am especially interested in both ends of the age spectrum and the special considerations that must be given to all patients based on their own personal needs and goals.

Connie Mills

Connie Mills

OTD, M.Ed., OTR/L, ATP

Credentialing and Business Relations Specialist

Connie’s Special Credentials:

Connie earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1993. She began her career in the area of pediatric occupational therapy working in both the schools and privately with children with special needs. In 2008 she earned her Master’s in Education Degree from George Mason University in the specialty area of Assistive Technology and went on to receive National Certification as an Assistive Technology Professional. In 2014, she received a promotion to Administrative Coordinator for physical therapy, occupational therapy and adaptive physical education services in Prince William County Public Schools. In 2015, she earned her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy with an emphasis in Administration and Practice Management from the Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, UT.

Education:

George Mason University, Medical University of South Carolina.

Hobbies:

Connie enjoys spending time with her sons and family especially camping and boating.

What do you like most about working at Mid-County Physical Therapy?

I am enjoying taking a more administrative role in this practice at this time. In the future I look forward to developing an outpatient program to address both the physical and technology needs of children with disabilities.

Jeannine Dixon

Jeannine Dixon

Office Manager

Jeannine’s Special Credentials:

I offer over 10 years of medical billing experience. I love the challenges that come with billing as it keeps me on my toes.

Hobbies:

I enjoy spending time with my family. We love live music and dancing and all things entertaining. I love traveling, road trips and discovering new places.

What do you like most about working at Mid-County Physical Therapy?

I really enjoy working with our patients. It is heartwarming to see the growth and progress that is made with each patient from the time they come in to the time they graduate from their program.

Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer Johnson

Physical Therapist Assistant

Jennifer’s Special Credentials:

She has been in the physical therapy field since 2000 and has been practicing as a licensed physical therapist assistant since 2007. Jennifer is also certified in CPR and First Aid.

Education:

Northern Virginia Community College, Marymount University.

Hobbies:

Jennifer loves adventure and exploring as well as dancing. She also enjoys boating, tubing, skiing, horseback riding and reading.

What do you like most about working at Mid-County Physical Therapy?

I enjoy building a rapport with patients and helping them achieve their goals. To me, there is nothing more satisfying than helping a patient get back to their activities and improving their daily living.

Holly Arvidson

Holly Arvidson

Physical Therapist

Holly’s Special Credentials

Holly has been a licensed Physical Therapist and Certified Athletic Trainer since 1984. She holds and additional certification as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She has practiced in a variety of settings including hospitals, home health and outpatient as well as serving on active duty for five years in the Air Force as a physical therapist.

Education

Sargent College of Allied Health Professions, Boston University

Hobbies

I enjoy staying active by swimming and walking my dog. My daughters are both active in Sports and Arts (Band, WGI, DCI) so that keeps me busy most weekends. That interest extends into my clinical work as well.

What I like most about Mid-County?

I am very excited to be returning to Mid-County and the outpatient environment. I’m glad to be working with colleagues from the past as well as the very talented additions to the staff over the past few years. There is a sense of local pride at Mid-County: we value taking care of our neighbors and providing high quality care in our own community.

My personal philosophy is everyone is an athlete: one person’s “sport” may be running the half mile, while others may be chasing after a two year old or being able to walk independently to the mail box. My goal is to maximize function that is important to each individual.

Ross Mills

Ross Mills

DPT

Physical Therapist

Special Credentials/History:

Ross has worked in the physical therapy environment since 2011. He has worked with a numerous variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions over the years. He received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in May of 2020 from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, PA and is a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy in the State of Virginia. He is CPR/BLS certified through the American Heart Association.

Education:  

-2020 Doctor of Physical Therapy Graduate of the University of the Health Sciences in Philadelphia, PA 

-2017 Bachelor of Science in Health Science Graduate from Radford University

Hobbies:

-Fishing, Snowboarding, skateboarding, and camping

-Spending time with my family and friends

What do you like most about working at Mid-County Physical Therapy?

The staff and the patients get along really well and as much as we are serious about making sure we do a good job to get people better, we also like to have fun while we are doing it. 

Mariah Hamm

Mariah Hamn

Receptionist / Physical Therapy Technician

Mariah’s Special Credentials:

After graduating high school in 2014, I went for my Associates Degree in Social Science at NOVA Community College. Upon completing that I began my bachelors at GMU in Athletic Training.

Education:

NVCC and George Mason University

Hobbies:

I love to shop, bake, cook, and spend time with my younger siblings.

What do you like most about working at Mid-County Physical Therapy?:

Everyone at Mid-County is so loving and nice, it’s like we are one big happy family. I love that I can learn new things every time I work as a technician and how there is never a dull moment when I work as a receptionist.

Julie Gabatan

Julie Gabitan

Physical Therapist Technician

Special Credentials and Education:

Julie is currently pursuing a Kinesiology degree from George Mason University with plans to attend PT school following the completion of her undergraduate degree. Julie has had experience volunteering at Sentara’s Northern VA Medical Center in the orthopedics rehab department.

Hobbies and Interests:

Julie has been a dancer for over 18 years. Julie also enjoys going to the gym, running, shopping, and singing karaoke with her friends.

What do you like most about working at Mid-County Physical Therapy:

I enjoy that I am able to work closely with the patients we have here. I also like the fact that I am able to see them progress so much in terms of their physical ability and function over the time they spend here.

Aaron Goetz

Aaron Goetz

Physical Therapist Technician

Special Credentials and Education:

Aaron has been living in the Northern Virginia area for the past 10 years with his two daughters and two collies. Aaron currently holds a B.S. in landscape architecture from West Virginia University and an A.S. in math and science from Garret College of Maryland. He has been working as a landscape architect, but is currently working on returning to school to get his doctorate in physical therapy. Aaron is also a U7 soccer coach and a science olympiad coach for meteorology.

Hobbies and Interests:

Aaron considers himself an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hiking, climbing, snowboarding, and surfing. Aaron also loves playing bluegrass music with his guitar and banjo, as well as spending time with his family.

What do you like most about working at Mid-County Physical Therapy:

I enjoy the challenges associated with rehabbing a variety of conditions. Mid-County focuses on providing top quality care for its patients utilizing the best technologies and practices. Here, we embrace a family first atmosphere and extend that to our patients maintaining a positive atmosphere across the crew to ensure our patients feel at home.

Tanner Boyle

Tanner Boyle

Physical Therapist Technician

Special Credentials and Education:

Tanner initially got interested into the medical field when she tore both of her ACLs. She currently holds a B.S. in Public Health with a minor in Natural Science from East Carolina University. Her goal is to go back to school and become a Physician Assistant.

Hobbies and Interests:

Tanner enjoys hanging out with friends, traveling, going to the beach, and anything fitness related.

What do you like most about working at Mid-County Physical Therapy:

I really enjoy the environment here! Everyone is so nice and easy to get along with.

Melissa Sistoza

Melissa Sistoza

Physical Therapist Technician

Special Credentials and Education:

Since 2005 she has continuously trained in yoga therapeutics. Melissa currently has about 500 hours in various yoga certifications, including yoga therapy for PTSD and TBI.

Hobbies and Interests:

Melissa enjoys yoga, hiking, snowboarding, surfing, camping, woodworking, plants, and her dogs. Melissa is married and has 2 kids and 4 rescue dogs that she loves spending time with..

What do you like most about working at Mid-County Physical Therapy:

I really enjoy that I am able to help others while being connected with the community and co-workers. It is a fun and relaxed environment with a lot of support for the patients and employees.

Kristen Wilkins

Kristin Wilkins

Physical Therapist Technician

Special Credentials/History:

NYU Langone’s Harkness Center, “Considerations in Dancer Health Virtual Course”

Education:  Currently majoring in Kinesiology at George Mason University with a Dance minor

Hobbies:

-Dance

-Music

-Taking care of my pets

What do you like most about working at Mid-County Physical Therapy?

-Working with my mom

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