While in school Brad spent time working in several different physical therapy settings including inpatient general medicine, outpatient pediatrics and outpatient orthopedics. Brad has a strong background in therapeutic exercise through his experiences in school as well as during his time spent as a personal trainer for going on 10 years. Brad's interests include orthopedic/sports rehabilitation, fitness and conditioning for all populations. Brad is currently a full time physical therapist in Quincy and clinical manager of the Quincy, Dorchester and West Roxbury locations.
Brad enjoys doing home improvement projects and staying active in his spare time. He also enjoys working with his personal training clients and reaching out to the community by hosting conditioning clinics for several local sports teams.
Robyn graduated from Northeastern University with her DPT after completing her B.S. in Biology at Clarkson University in upstate New York. Her interest in physical therapy was sparked by her background as a swimmer in high school and college.
Robyn is passionate about working with an active and motivated orthopedic population, helping patients return to the activities that they enjoy. She has particular interest in sports medicine and manual therapy techniques.
Outside of the office Robyn enjoys photography and traveling, and continues to maintain an active lifestyle through running, swimming, and the occasional yoga or spin class. Even though she grew up in New York, Robyn is an avid Boston sports fan.
Catherine earned her doctoral degree from Touro College in September 2014. While in school, she gained experience working with all types of patients in both hospital and outpatient settings, including a women’s health specialty for her final clinical rotation. She received her undergraduate degree in Health Science from Stony Brook University with a concentration in Disability Studies. Catherine is interested in further developing her orthopedic and manual skills while educating her patients in ways to avoid injury while staying active.
Catherine is originally from Kingston, New York. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, ballet, and cooking. She looks forward to getting to know more about Boston.
Keshrie has been a physical therapist for 14 years and has worked in our Quincy office for 5 years. She is a board certified specialist in orthopedics and also works with women’s health patients. She enjoys working with students as a clinical instructor at our Quincy office and at the MGH Institute of Health Professions (MGH IHP) as a lab instructor. This year she was awarded ‘Outstanding Clinical Educator’ by the MGH IHP.
Keshrie is married and has two active little boys. She enjoys volunteering her time teaching exercise classes at senior housing facilities in the Quincy/Milton areas.
Kate is from Weymouth, MA, and she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Northeastern University in 2016, after receiving her B.S. in Rehabilitation Science in 2015. Kate has always enjoyed living an active and healthy lifestyle, which sparked interest in pursuing a career in physical therapy.
Kate has worked in a variety of physical therapy clinics including outpatient, acute care, and home care settings. Kate enjoys treating orthopedic and sports injuries, geriatrics, and patients with cardiac conditions. Kate’s professional interests include becoming an orthopedic specialist and participating in continuing educational courses to keep up to date with the most recent, evidenced-based practices.
Kate enjoys spending time with family and friends, participating in local 5k and 10k races, playing recreational soccer, nutrition, traveling and visiting relatives in Ireland!
Samantha received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of New England. Samantha has spent time working in several different clinical settings including outpatient workers compensation, outpatient Veterans Affairs, and inpatient acute care. Samantha has a strong applied exercise science background through her undergraduate schooling, including being a personal trainer. Samantha also received her certified nursing assistance license in high school and has had personal experience with cancer patients and providing palliative care. Samantha’s interests include pediatrics, orthopedic/sports rehabilitation, and vestibular rehabilitation. Samantha was a dancer for 16 years and also has an interest in dance injury rehabilitation.
Samantha enjoys being physically active including participating in outdoor activities and training at the gym. Samantha enjoys spending time with family and friends and going to the beach.