Kevin is the Clinic Manager in our Randolph Clinic. Kevin graduated with his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 2003. He also holds a Bachelor’s in Exercise Physiology and minor in Nutrition, also from UConn. Kevin has worked in many different settings including Bellevue Hospital in New York City, private outpatient clinics on the Upper East and West sides of NYC, a Skilled Nursing Facility on Cape Cod, and previously New England Baptist Hospital in Boston on their post-surgical floors, outpatient clinic and their Spine Center. Kevin enjoys educating patients on neck and back dysfunction, working with athletes and weekend warriors with return to sport, and other orthopedic injuries of the shoulder, hip, and knee.
Megan graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree in 2013. Her clinical experience includes working with outpatient orthopedics, post operative, and sport injuries. Megan has a wide range of experience from treating overuse/traumatic sport injuries and training for high school athletes and marathon/triathlon athletes to balance, walking and functional training in geriatric patients. Her treatments combine manual techniques, therapeutic exercises and functional/sport training, injury prevention and patient education. Megan enjoys working with active population especially runners. Megan has experience performing running analysis and working road races. Megan enjoys running and training for a races including half marathons
Emily graduated from the University of Rhode Island with her Docotrate of Physical Therapy Degree in 2014. In her time at the University of Rhode Island she participated in a variety of clinical work including, outpatient orthopedic, inpatient acute care, and the pediatric school system settings. She also participated in a research study that explored the effectiveness of hippotherapy (physical therapy performed on a horse) in improving gross motor skills, postural control, and trunk stability in children with neurological and movement disorders. Emily incorporates a variety of techniques to best meet the individual needs of each patient with consistent emphasis placed on patient education and empowering patients to take an active role in their care. She enjoys working with all age groups from the pediatric to geriatric populations.
As a Maine native, Emily also enjoys staying active through participation in various outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, kayaking, snow shoeing, and skiing.
Santresa is an Army veteran, former track athlete and All American Triple Jumper. She graduated from Virginia State University with her BS degree and later attended Virginia Career Institute to obtain her massage therapist certification. She has worked as a massage therapist since 2006, performing Swedish, deep tissue, and therapeutic massage in clinical as well as spa settings, and also volunteered as a massage therapist for the Pan-Mass Challenge. Santresa also worked as a certified personal trainer before moving to Massachusetts. She received her DPT from Northeastern University in May of 2014 and also became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Santresa enjoys using a combination of manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, and functional training to restore or improve a patient’s function and improve their quality of life.
Santresa enjoys working with patients with various orthopedic conditions, specifically lower extremity injuries and sports related injuries. She believes in encouraging active participation from the patient and providing patient education so that the patient can have the knowledge to maintain their functional mobility and prevent further injury. She plans to provide injury prevention programs to local female athletes and hopes to some day volunteer with the U.S. Olympic team.