Our team of experienced physical therapists will evaluate
you and develop a comprehensive treatment program,
integrating manual therapy techniques with the latest
evidence based therapeutic exercise and modalities.
Barbara C. Spillane, PT, MSPT, ATC
Earned her Masters in Physical Therapy from Sargent College at Boston University, Boston, MA, with an undergraduate degree from Colby College, Waterville, ME. She is also a certified athletic trainer; having treated the full spectrum of athletes from recreational to high school, college and professional. Her specialty is the integration of manual therapy techniques with progressive therapeutic exercise programs to maximize function and performance. Her manual therapy skills include myofascial release, joint mobilization, muscle energy, soft tissue mobilization, strain/counterstrain, craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation and lymphatic drainage techniques. In addition to coursework in integrated manual therapy, her continuing education has covered multi-dimensional therapeutic approaches including core stabilization, pilates mat work, plyometrics, functional training, post operative rehabilitation and Kinesiotaping keeping current with the latest treatment approaches.
MaryEllen Maynes, PT
A graduate of the University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. She has established a Closed Kinetic Chain Rehabilitation Program and a Functional Training Program for Golfers. She has extensive experience treating orthopedic and sports related injuries. Her manual therapy skills include myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, lymphatic drainage, joint mobilization and muscle energy techniques. Her continuing education includes training in Kinesiotaping, core stabilization and Pilates matwork, manual therapy of the spine, diagnosis of musculoskeletal imbalances, integrated manual therapies, Mullligan techniques and numerous seminars on updated orthopedic and rehabilitation approaches. She incorporates her extensive background in biomechanics and medical diagnostics into the development of function-based treatment programs.
Leah Hultstrom, PT, DPT
Leah has been practicing physical therapy in outpatient orthopedics for over 20 years. She has a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Russell Sage College in Troy, NY and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University. Her training and experience include strengthening and conditioning, functional movement, sports medicine and manual therapy. She has extensive education in Integrated Structural Therapy utilizing manual therapy skills. Her coursework has included kinesiology taping, instrument assistant soft tissue mobilization and corrective exercises. She has a strong interest in biomechanical causes of dysfunction, taking a comprehensive approach to rehabilitation.
Cathleen Haney, PT
A graduate of Northeastern University, Boston, MA, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. She has 16+ years of experience in outpatient orthopedics and sports injuries. She has viewed multiple live orthopedic surgeries including rotator cuff repairs, stabilization procedures and shoulder replacements. Her manual therapy skills include joint mobilization, myofascial release, muscle energy techniques and soft tissue mobilization. Her continuing education has included myofascial release, industrial rehabilitation, Kinesiotaping techniques, musculoskeletal and sports injuries, and current treatments for the complex shoulder.
Heather Sullivan, PT
Earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Simmons College, Boston, MA. Her doctoral research focused on pregnancy and exercise. She also participated in the development of research studies for total knee replacements and for post-operative rehabilitation techniques. Her manual therapy skills include myofascial release, muscle energy techniques, soft tissue mobilization, and thrust/non-thrust mobilizations.
She has continued her education in vestibular rehabilitation, running injuries, myofascial release, and Kinesiotaping techniques. She has observed multiple live orthopedic surgeries.
Christine Kraus, PT
A graduate of Sargent College at Boston University, Boston, MA, earning a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She has worked in pediatric and adult rehabilitation inpatient settings but has focused primarily in outpatient orthopedics. She has participated in research at Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Boston, MA, as well as speaking engagements to the community and health professionals. Her manual therapy skills include myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, joint mobilization and strain/counterstrain techniques. Her continuing education has included treatment of the shoulder, foot, ankle and knee and Rocobado techniques for the spine, TMJ and pelvic girdle as well as McConnell and Kinesiotaping techniques
Lauren Trotta, PT, DPT
Earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Simmons College, Boston, MA. The focus of her doctoral thesis was evaluating the benefit of ACL prevention programs in high school sports. She has also conducted functional movement screenings for local high school sports teams and the general population to assess the risk of injury in sports or at work. In 2017, Lauren completed her ImPACT training to become a certified PT for concussion management. Her manual therapy skills include joint mobilization, muscle energy techniques, soft tissue mobilization and myofascial release. She has also attended continuing education courses specific to foot biomechanics, Kinesiotaping, the female athlete, spinal dysfunction, the thoracic spine, and functional exercise.
Meaghan White, PT, DPT
Earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Boston Univesity, Boston, MA. The focus of her doctoral thesis was on the correlation between foot structure and the biomechanics of gait. She has experience presenting at the APTA's Combine Sections Meeting (CSM) 2016 and within the healthcare community. Her manual therapy skills include joint mobilization/manipulation, thrust/non-thrust manipulation and soft tissue mobilization. She has attending continuing education courses including the Neurophysiology of Pain Science, Movement Dysfunction in Overhead Throwing Athletes, The Biomechanics of Running Injuries, and Common Hip Injuries in Female Athletes, among others.