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 and concussion management. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. 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. She also enjoys traveling with her husband and spending time in his home state of Alaska.
Stacy has over fourteen 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.
Mike is a Northeastern University graduate (03), and a board certified Physical Therapist, with 13 years of experience working in Outpatient Physical Therapy. Mike is experienced in treating a wide range of orthopedic conditions with specific skills developed in joint mobilization and sports specific conditioning. He enjoys engaging patients to control their condition and discover safe functional fitness for long term management. Mike is an avid outdoor sports enthusiast who gets out regularly to engage in snowboarding, hiking, Snowshoeing, long distance running, and mountain biking.
Chris received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Louisiana State University - Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. While at LSU, clinical experience included outpatient orthopedic, inpatient rehabilitation and acute care affiliations. Upon graduation, Chris was inducted into the Alpha Eta National Honor Society for Allied Health Professions for his commitment in the classroom and in the clinic. His particular interests include sports medicine and post-surgical orthopedic cases. Chris places a heavy emphasis on manual therapy techniques and education to help patients reach their individualized goals.
Having recently moved to the area, Chris is anxious to experience all that New England has to offer and particularly enjoys the outdoors and sports related activities.
Cara received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in May 2015 and has worked for Bay State Physical Therapy since July 2015. She enjoys working with patients in all areas of orthopedics, and has a particular interest in working with the geriatric patient population. Originally from western Massachusetts, she has lived in Boston for the past 7 years and loves exploring the city. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, playing tennis and softball, and cheering on the Red Sox.
Linda graduated with her DPT from Ithaca College in upstate New York, where she also attended undergraduate school. She has clinical experiences working with individuals in the outpatient, skilled nursing and subacute rehabilitation settings.
Her interest in physical therapy stems from being participating in sports her entire life, as well as her work as a certified personal trainer. She enjoys working with the athletic population, with additional interest in neurologic conditions and manual therapy.
In her spare time, she enjoys maintaining an active lifestyle running, hiking and pursuing a secondary career in slow pitch softball. Being from New York, she keeps her sports teams to herself but loves watching games and exploring the city.