The Team at Complete Game


Dr. Greg Crossman DPT, OCS, COMT, CSCS

Greg Crossman, owner of Complete Game Physical Therapy in Lowell Massachusetts

Greg opened Complete Game Physical Therapy in 2016 after practicing PT in the outpatient orthopedic setting for 16 years. He opened Complete Game to offer an alternative to the “factory style” corporate PT clinics where you are just a number. Greg received his Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in 2000 and went on to get his Doctorate from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions in 2008. Greg is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist as well as a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist having completed his training through the Maitland Austrailian Physiotherapy program. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Greg has used this unique combination of education and advanced study to bring an evidence based approach to treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. He specializes in working with athletes and has worked with all ages from youth athletes to professionals. Greg has worked extensively with baseball and softball players both coaching and in PT setting from youth baseball, high school baseball and at the national level with USA baseball as a pitching coach and working with them on injury prevention programs. When not working Greg enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids playing sports, hiking and biking.

Dr. Andrew Levanti, DPT, ATC

dr. andrew levanti at complete game physical therapy in lowell massachusetts

Dr. Andrew Levanti, DPT, ATC joined the team at Complete Game Physical Therapy in September 2018. He has practiced physical therapy for the past year and has been a certified Athletic Trainer for the past 4 years. Andy completed his undergraduate in Athletic Training at Stony Brook University in New York prior to continuing his education at UMass Lowell graduating with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2017. At Stony Brook University Andy worked with the Division I Baseball, Women’s Soccer, and Football teams, as well as club sports. During his time at UMass Lowell he served as the first Head Athletic Trainer for Club Sports. Andy grew the clubs sports athletic training program from the ground up providing both on and off field care for all club sports athletes including Rugby and Mens/Womens Ice Hockey. Following completion of his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, Andy began his career at a Sports Orthopedic Clinic in New Jersey before joining the team at Complete Game Physical Therapy in September 2018. Andy’s passion is in sports medicine with special interest in shoulder and knee injuries. His treatments are specialized to the individual he is treating and has a high focus on manual therapy and corrective exercise. He is determined to have his patients return to the functional level they desire be it in athletics, recreational activities, or work activities. Andy grew up on Long Island in New York playing roller hockey, lacrosse, and wrestling. He currently resides in Merrimack, NH with his fiance Madison. When not in the clinic he enjoys mountain biking, skiing, and enjoying the outdoors.

Bonnie Doremus

bonnie doremus of complete game physical therapy in lowell ma

Bonnie has worked in the Healthcare Industry for over 23 years prior to joining Complete Game Physical Therapy.  Prior to coming to Complete Game PT, Bonnie worked at Lahey Clinic in various roles within the Internal Medicine and Specialty Departments.  She’s excited to be a part of the team at Complete Game PT working alongside Greg and Andy as the Office Administrator as well as helping create a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for the patients and their families.

Bonnie is married with one son and she enjoys spending her time volunteering, gardening, traveling, hospitality and spending time with family & friends.  She is an avid football fan and Patriots season ticket holder - and you can be sure that she’s not the one in the family to give up her seats!