Address and Hours

111 Willard Street
Quincy, MA 02169
P: 617-770-0022
F: 617-984-0636 



Mon - Fri : 8 -7
Sat : 8 - 12

Meet Our Team 
Brad Boulanger
Assumption College, Simmons College

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 over the past 5 years. Brad's interests include orthopedic/sports rehabilitation, fitness and conditioning for all populations. Brad is currently a full time physical therapist and part-time personal trainer at Bay State Physical Therapy in Quincy.

Brad sees patients in our Quincy office Tues, Wed, Thurs and Fri. 

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.

Elizabeth Foster
University of Hartford

During her time at school, Liz had clinical experiences in orthopedic outpatient, acute neurological rehabilitation, and acute care.  Throughout graduate school she worked as an assistant cross country and track coach for her former college team and worked at a running shoe store where she enjoyed helping people of all ages and capabilities with their running.  She has a particular interest in sports medicine, and working with patients of all ages.  She looks forward to participating in community outreach opportunities and continued education courses with Bay State PT. 

Elizabeth sees patients in the Quincy office Monday through Friday. 

Liz just moved to the area, where she enjoys running and biking and exploring the new area.

Keshrie Naidoo
University of Cape Town, MGH Institute of Health Professions

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 see patients in our Quincy clinic Monday through Thursday and on Saturdays.

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.  

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.  

Brittany sees patients in the Quincy clinic Monday and Wednesday-Saturday.

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

Tiffany Poon
University of New England

Tiffany graduated from University of New England with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013.  During her time at school she had clinical experiences in orthopedic outpatient, inpatient skilled nursing and outpatient holistic based therapy.  Tiffany has always had a love for sports, playing softball, soccer, and running track, and enjoys helping others live a more active and healthier lifestyle.  She has particular interests in orthopedic injuries and manual therapy; and believes in providing  individualized patient care.

Tiffany sees patients in the Quincy office Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and some Saturdays.

Tiffany enjoys spending time with her family, running road races, road biking, hiking, and playing softball.