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Randy Porter BBA

Randy graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1982 from the University of Maine with a minor in statistics and accounting.

While attending college he was very active in helping teachers with statistical calculations for thesis and published reports.

Randy has well over 30 years working in business management with major corporations and 20 years plus specifically in medical consulting.

With a rich background in physical therapy practice management and billing you can be assured of an expertise in all ranges and facets of physical therapy billing.

Randy has helped design award winning software for practice management and is presently involved with several software projects to help physical therapists.

Karen Hunkler PT

Karen has been working in physical therapy practices since 1992. She quickly became office manager and controller and excelled in all aspects of practice management. She is a managing partner in AARMS since 1998 and continues to educate herself in all aspects of physical therapy billing and management.

Karen is helping design physical therapy software for both AARMS use as well as presently being used by independent physical therapists.


Danielle Vittone PT, DSC, MSPA, OCS

Danielle is owner/director of Western Massachusetts Physical Therapy PC and is an Assistant Professor in the Doctorate Program of Physical Therapy at The Sage Colleges (TSC) in Troy, NY.



B.S.P.T. from Northeastern University, Masters of Science in Public Administration from Sage Graduate School (TSC), Albany NY, and Doctorate of Science in Orthopedic Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University in Provo, Utah. Physical Therapy, American Board of Physical Specialties, 2001 Certificate: Orthopedic Clinical Specialty, Physical Therapy, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.


Advanced training/research:

Danielle teaches in the musculoskeletal, and administration, leadership and business management tracts at TSC. Danielle's research has been the area of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the Outpatient Physical Therapy Population, and in Education of Domestic Violence in Physical Therapy Programs.



Danielle has presented at both National and State Physical Therapy conferences. Her presentations include: Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant Knowledge Base Regarding Domestic Violence, PTSD: An Investigation of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Acute Injury in an Outpatient Orthopedic Population, An Investigation of Physical Therapy Outcomes in Victims of Physical Injury with Symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Investigation of Teaching Domestic Violence Education in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Curriculum, Physical Therapy Management for a Latissimus Dorsi Tendon Transfer after an Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tear: A Case Report.