Our Values

Provide our patient’s with highly skilled therapists and a friendly supportive staff, to ensure the best outcomes for all orthopedic and hand conditions.

ProActive Hand & Physical Therapy’s promise is to make your experience educational, effective and enjoyable by:

  • Giving you a thorough explanation of your condition, which will help you in the process of meeting your goals
  • Evaluating the progress you have made towards your goals before and after each treatment session
  • Providing an environment that allows for additional support and encouragement through patient-to-patient interaction with similar conditions
  • Having a friendly and accommodating staff


ProActive Hand & Physical Therapy provides a team highly qualified staff to give you the highest quality of patient care for all orthopedic and hand related conditions.

Dr. Bret Grebowsky, PT, DPT, CHT
Dr. Bret Grebowsky, PT, DPT, CHT
Dr. Bret Grebowsky received his MPT from Allegheny University of the Health Sciences (Hahnemann University) in 1997, his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Shenandoah University in 2006, and his Hand Therapist certification in 2007. After graduation, he began his career working in an outpatient orthopedic practice in Rockville, Maryland. He obtained diverse practice experience working part-time seeing patients at home and working in the acute and sub acute departments at Holy Cross Hospital. As a result of these diverse experiences, he has been able to work with patients through all stages of the rehabilitation process.

Dr. Grebowsky’s primary focus is to help people function without pain during daily tasks and to return to specific activities they enjoy. He incorporates a hands-on approach to treating his patients using manual therapy, activity specific exercises and patient education. Dr. Grebowsky feels that an intrinsic part of the rehabilitation process is educating patients concerning their condition, expectations and course of care.

Dr. Grebowsky attended DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Maryland where he played basketball under legendary coach Morgan Wootten. He then played college basketball at Clarion University and Salisbury State University.

Dr. Grebowsky enjoys spending time with his family and coaching his children’s soccer and basketball teams.

Dr. Jenny Lee, PT, DPT
Dr. Jenny Lee, PT, DPT
Dr. Jenny Lee received her BS/MS Physical Therapy degree at Russell Sage College in Troy, NY in 2000. Soon after graduation, She began working in an outpatient orthopedic practice in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. She has diverse practice experience working in multidisciplinary environments alongside: occupational therapists, certified hand therapists, and chiropractors. She later obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Shenandoah University of 2007.

Throughout her career, Dr. Lee has had the privilege of participating in local community service programs and volunteering in the field of physical therapy overseas. In 2009, through Health Volunteers Overseas (HVO) she was working in Vietnam; she educated her peers and treated patients. After Haiti’s earthquake in 2010, she spent her time with Project Medishare helping rehab patients in the only working trauma center during that time.

Dr. Lee enjoys mountain biking, trail running, trekking, camping and yoga.

Emily McKinnon, MS, OTR/L
Emily McKinnon, MS, OTR/L
Emily McKinnon received her BA in Psychology from North Carolina State University in December 2014. She then went on to receive her MS in Occupational Therapy from Lenoir-Rhyne University in August 2017. As an occupational therapist, Emily utilizes a holistic approach to treatment and is focused on assisting her clients to return to their daily activities.

Throughout her educational career, she had the opportunity to work in diverse settings treating a wide range of injuries and disorders. In March 2016, Emily spent 10 days in Ibarra, Ecuador working with adults and children to teach unique compensatory strategies to promote independence. Emily discovered her love for hand and upper extremity therapy when she was first exposed to the outpatient orthopedic clinic setting in 2015. Her final fieldwork placement was at Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune working in the outpatient orthopedic clinic, with a focus on hand therapy. She was exposed to a variety of diagnoses including: fractures, lacerations, impingements, acute trauma and post ops. Working with active duty and retired military personnel allowed Emily to gain vital experience in custom splinting, manual therapy and individualized work-driven treatment planning.

Emily enjoys cooking, reading, and cycling

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