Cheryl is the managing partner at the Danvers clinic with over 8 years of experience. After obtaining her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy, she completed a two year post graduate residency program in Norwegian manual therapy earning her an Orthopedic Manual Therapist certification specializing in the spine and orthopedics. Her studies at The Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy gave her an intricate understanding of the biomechanics and rehabilitation principals of the spine and extremities; this knowledge allows her to treat patients efficiently and effectively. As a former competitive swimmer with 17 years of experience, including 6 appearances at the United States National Swimming Championships, she understands the passion and drive possessed by athletes. Cheryl is committed to helping her patients restore optimal function and performance and has worked as a member of the Boston Marathon rehabilitation team. Cheryl places a strong emphasis on patient education in effort to help people gain a thorough understanding of their injuries, promote the healing process, and avoid recurrence of symptoms in the future. She is committed to helping every one of her patient’s accomplish their personal goals and meeting their highest level of pain free function.
Jim has 20 years of experience in treating orthopedic, sport and work related injuries. His interest in spine care lead him to attend a two year residency in orthopedic manual therapy from The Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Jim's passion lies in the areas of spine and post-operative shoulder rehabilitation. He believes that active patient participation, sound biomechanical principles, and thorough patient education are the keys to successful functional outcomes.
Jim enjoys teaching and has served as a lab instructor at Boston University in the Physical Therapy Department and is a frequent lecturer at North Shore Community College’s Physical Therapy Assistant Program.
He also trains in various forms of Martial Arts, enjoys Home Brewing beer and golf. He, his wife and 3 children are also very active in their local church and its community outreach activities.
Joanna has a background in competitive gymnastics that lead her to a 4 year career as an aerial contortionist in Cirque du Soleil. Additionally, Joanna spent 23 years studying dance and was a professional Latin ballroom dancer until 2008. She has a multifaceted understanding of complex dance, yoga, and gymnastic injuries and utilizes her background to return her patients to their previous level of function with an enhanced understanding of mechanics. Joanna has worked with professional athletes as a Physical Therapist for the Boston Lobsters professional tennis team and as a member of the Boston Marathon rehabilitation team. She has completed a year long post graduate residency at the Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy giving her expertise in the area of spine and orthopedics. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Britt has spent her career working as a traveling physical therapist, moving across the United States to work in a variety of settings.
While working in an outpatient facility in Alaska she realized she wanted her career to focus on orthopedic care and helping her patients return to activity and sport. She has taken a variety of continuing education courses focusing on treatment of both the extremities and the spine. While working in the orthopedic realm she realized there were limited options for women struggling with women specific pelvic concerns. Britt is passionate about women helping women and returning women to their highest potential. She enjoys treating and helping women with issues related to urinary incontinence, prolapse, and pelvic pain. She believes therapy is most effective when the therapist and patient work together to reach their goals.
She is an avid college basketball fan and a fanatical Kansas Jayhawks supporter.