Matt’s background in college athletics allows him to use a strong exercise based program to help patients attain their functional goals. He also utilizes a specialized manual approach to help restore lost function in both the spine and limbs. Matt has special interests in treating Sports Injuries, Total Body pre-post Operative Deficits, TMJ and Spinal Disorders. He has been trained in the McKenzie Treatment for spinal disorders and has received advanced training in pediatric issues, both neurological and orthopedic. Matt uses a hands on approach to assess deficits during a thorough evaluation, then implements individualized plans of care for your personalized treatment plan.
Matt sees patients in our Attleboro office on M, W, F and in our North Attleboro office Tu and Th. Matt is a Managing Partner with Baystate Physical Therapy and supervises the clinicians in the Attleboro, North Attleboro & Taunton offices.
Matt is married and has three children that are all very active in local sports and recreational activities. His family is involved in a number of community events and activities in and around the North Attleboro area.
Lisa enjoys treating Pediatric, Orthopedic, and Sports related injuries. Lisa has worked at Baystate Physical Therapy for 5 years, where she has continued to train in a variety of manual skills and on the McKenzie treatment approach for spinal dysfunctions. She has completed over 10 continuing education courses for advanced treatment of the Neck, Shoulder, Back and the Foot and Ankle. Lisa is currently studying to take the CSCS examination.
Lisa sees patients daily from Monday through Friday in the Attleboro office.
Lisa is married with 3 very active children. Her family is actively involved in her church and with fundraising projects at her kids’ school.
Danielle received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Rhode Island in 2012. She is a licensed athletic trainer in Massachusetts and is an APTA member and is certified in LSVT BIG Parkinson's rehabilitation. She has been a traveling physical therapist for over a year working in Rhode Island, Texas, Virginia, and Massachusetts. She has worked in a variety of settings with physical therapy and also with the National Cheerleaders Association as an athletic trainer.
Lauren graduated from Northeastern University with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2014 after receiving her B.S. in Rehabilitation Science in 2013. She has experience working with a wide variety of patient populations, including pediatrics, geriatrics, orthopedics, and neurological conditions. Lauren enjoys working with patients of all ages to help them reach their full rehabilitation potential. When not at work Lauren enjoys staying active, spending time with friends and family, going to the beach, and traveling.