I joined Pappas in 2017 as a new graduate and could not be more happy with the sense of community and shared passion for patient-centered care that comes naturally to this company. As a new graduate I was given guidance and mentorship that helped me bridge the gap between school and the workspace. Pappas has…
I knew Pappas would be the right fit for me when I was here for my first clinical affiliation. The focus on company culture and continuing education is what helped me make my decision to apply. What really helped solidify my decision was when I voiced my desire to build a pelvic health program, which…
I have had the opportunity to work for Pappas for the past 10 years. In that time I have been fortunate enough to work with some of my best friends, establish great memories and grow professionally. Pappas exemplifies a culture that puts people first, both their employees and their patients. They want to help facilitate…
The entire team here makes you feel like family. I can’t believe they completely healed my shoulder. No need for surgery!!! I’ll never go anywhere else for PT. They all stay on the cutting edge of new technology.
I absolutely loved the entire staff! They are all welcoming and caring. They do indeed treat you like family and I couldn’t have asked for a better place. Give Pappas a try, you won’t regret it!
Lincoln, RI 02865
Meet the Staff
Robert Sclama earned his Master of Science in Physical Therapy from The University of Rhode Island in 2002, and his Transitional Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University in 2019.
Rob is a board-certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association, and also holds a certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation from the American Institute of Balance. He treats a variety of non-operative and post-operative orthopaedic conditions, and also works with individuals experiencing dizziness, vertigo, and other inner ear disorders.
His interests include spending time with his family and dogs, ice hockey, and fixing anything that’s broken.