Meet the Team

Our combined goal of optimal health and fitness is promoted through an inclusive offering of individualized personal training, cardiovascular programming and nutritional education in a location which unlike many commercial facilities is never too crowded or intimidating but always personable and professional.

Our staff of degreed professionals sets us apart from the average health facility. Always current on licensure, continuing education and gold-standard certifications, we provide our clients with the expertise and professionalism that can only be observed at The Old Greenwich Sports and Wellness Center. Our safe and progressive approach to health and fitness has helped our clients to not only overcome orthopedic and physical limitations but surpass their individual fitness expectations.

Whether you are an athlete, weekend warrior, 9-5 business executive or someone just trying to improve your quality of life, our health, fitness and pain relieving treatment modalities will get you back on the road to recovery and optimal function.

Raymond Santa
Raymond Santa, DC, CCSP, CSCS
Doctor Of Chiropractic – University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic
Bachelor of Science – Fairfield University

Professional Accreditations:
Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) – New York College of Chiropractic
Certified Acupuncture Physician (AcCP) – Briarwood College
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) – National Strength & Conditioning
Association (NSCA)
Certified Graston Technique Provider
Certified Sole Supports Orthotic Provider
Certified Kinesiotape Professional (CKTP)

I received my Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in 2006 from the University Of Bridgeport College Of Chiropractic and have been actively training clients and athletes for over 7 years. I have had the pleasure of working with clients and athletes of all ages and skill level, from the 85 year old client working to maintain strength and optimal ranges of motion and function,

to the 14 year old soccer player looking to increase performance and reduce the incidence of injury. Having suffered injuries in sport and managing the recovery and rehabilitative aspects, I know firsthand what it takes to rebuild both physical and mental strength in order to regain optimal performance. My integrated approach as well as my education in health and fitness has enabled me to maximize results with my clients and instill in them the confidence they need to not only reach their goals but surpass them toward the my goal for them which is always optimal performance.

Brian Fama
Brian Fama, MS, CSCS
Master’s of Science in Exercise Science and Nutrition – Sacred Heart University
Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Science – Sacred Heart University

Professional Accreditations:
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) – National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)
Certified Health Fitness Specialist (HFS) – American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
USA Weightlifting (USAW-2) – Advanced Sports Performance Coach

I earned my M.S. in Exercise Science and Nutrition from Sacred Heart University in 2011. I conducted original research and successfully defended my Master’s thesis on “The Acute Effects of Self-Myofascial Release on Lower Extremity Plyometric Performance”. Prior to teaming up with the OGSWC staff, I spent 10 years working in allied health facilities, bearing a multitude of job responsibilities ranging from physical therapy clinics, cancer exercise rehabilitation, and personal training. These experiences have helped hone hands-on and social skills that enable me to work with a broad spectrum of clientele. The various job responsibilities have sharpened both my interpersonal and hands on skills and have expanded my knowledge in orthopedics, and human performance. I was introduced to this field after sustaining numerous injuries throughout a 15 year motocross career. Having been a competitive athlete, and debilitated on numerous occasions, I am well aware of the dedication, commitment and patience it takes to return to play and achieve goals. I believe in training hard and incorporating fundamental principles of strength training and conditioning. I also believe that an essential understanding of physiological adaptations and responses to exercise must be considered in the progression of my clients and athletes, alike.

Mark DiSanto
Andrew Ojeda
Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training- Dominican College

Professional Accreditations:

Certified Personal Trainer- National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
National Athletic Trainers’ Association- Athletic Training Certification (ATC)

Growing up I was always a multi-sport athlete participating in ice hockey, baseball, and
lacrosse. I was fortunate enough to continue playing ice hockey through college where I attended
Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) for two years and was awarded Second Team All-
American my sophomore year. I then went on to continue my education and hockey career at the
University of Maryland Baltimore County where I helped my team reach two national tournaments.
Playing a college I dealt with many injuries that could have hindered my participation in the sport. This
caused me to find my passion for strength training and the rehabilitation of orthopedic injuries. I believe
that in order to live a healthy life style and prevent injuries from occurring you must dedicate your time
to strength training and I enjoy being someone that can help others achieve that goal.

Jayne Luccarelli
Jayne Luccarelli
Licensed Massage Therapist- Finger Lakes School of Massage
Bachelor of Science in Psychology – Sacred Heart University

Professional Accreditations:
Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork- (NCBTMB)
Certified in Hydrotherapy and Hot Stone
Certified Special Olympic Aquatic Coach

Jayne Luccarelli, owner of Westchester Bodyworks Massage Therapy PLLC, graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Sacred Heart University. Prior to becoming a Licensed Massage Therapist, she supervised a recreation department for children and adults with mental and physical disabilities. During the years of working with a mobility-limited population, she became fascinated with the human body and decided to study Massage Therapy.

After graduating from Finger Lakes School of Massage, she became licensed and began working in a chiropractor’s office, an upscale spa, and then partnering with private gyms. Jayne has experience with clients of all body types, ages and abilities. She specializes in Deep Tissue and performs many other modalities such as Swedish, Sports massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Reflexology and Pre-natal.

Massage has endless benefits such as, improving ROM, relaxes overused muscles, reduces spasms and increases circulation. Massage is tremendously beneficial after a workout, relaxing the muscles and tendons facilitating the speed of muscle recovery, increasing flexibility and range of motion allowing your body to release the tension caused by physical and mental stress.

Jayne is very passionate about bodywork and the wonderful effects it has on our bodies, and looks forward to designing a personal and customized session to benefit your needs!