Address and Hours

540 Gallivan Blvd
Dorchester, MA 02124
P: 617-282-8080
F: 617-282-9988


M: 8a-8p
T: 8a-8p
W: 7a-8p
Th: 7a-8p
F:  7a-6p
Sat: 8-12

Meet Our Team 
Brittany Bohannon
Northeastern University

Brittany completed clinical affiliations in outpatient orthopedics, long term acute care, and sports medicine at Princeton University. During school she also spent 4 years as an intern with Northeastern University men’s hockey. She has a particular interest in sports injuries as well as thoracic outlet syndrome. Brittany enjoys reading the most recent journal articles and research and seeking out courses in order to treat her patients with the most effective and up to date  treatment methods possible.  

Being from Cape Cod, Brittany loves everything involving the beach and helping to coach her childhood swim team with her brother

Stacy Lehane
Northeastern University

Stacy has over twelve years of experience working in the outpatient orthopedic setting and has worked for Bay State Physical Therapy since 2002. Her interests lie in all aspects of orthopedics, but she especially enjoys working with patients who are recovering from surgery. She is a certified sports and conditioning specialist and uses this knowledge when working with athletes to return them to their sport.

Stacy is married with two small children. She is frequently seen at local road races providing stretching and advice to runners.

Olga Ndoci
University of Hartford

Olga recently received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of Hartford. Her clinical experiences through University of Hartford included outpatient orthopedic, acute inpatient neuro, neuro ICU and inpatient-orthopedic rehabilitation. Olga also received her undergraduate degree in Athletic Training from University of New England.

Olga's experiences in the clinic, hospital and on the field allow her to treat a wide variety of orthopedic diagnoses. Olga has a special interest in treating the pediatric population and post surgical joint replacements. She utilizes a combination of manual therapy, active exercise and places a great deal of emphasis on patient education to return patients to their prior level of function.

Olga recently moved to the area, is fluent in Albanian, loves to travel, and remains active through running, skiing and yoga.

Linnea Peterson