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.
Bryan grew up in Utica, NY and graduated from the University at Buffalo as a Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2013. Bryan’s clinical experience includes training with Orthopedic Manual Therapists as well as McKenzie Certified Therapists which allows him to treat a variety of orthopedic conditions. Bryan enjoys being able to spend one on one time with the patient to treat their specific needs and allow them to reach their personal goals. Bryan believes in hands on, manual therapy coupled with functional strengthening and patient education to achieve the best possible outcome for his patients.
Bryan enjoys watching and playing all sports and has been an avid runner the majority of his life. Bryan hopes to work more with athletes in the future specifically runners so he can use his past experiences and knowledge to help current athletes.
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
Roccia first graduated from a Physiotherapy program in Brazil, and continued her education with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Northeastern University. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings since 2000 including sub-acute rehabilitation and outpatient PT working with multiple orthopedic and neurological and women’s health conditions. She utilizes hands on manual therapy techniques and individually tailored exercises to help patients reach their functional goals. Roccia has been active with continuing education courses including Graston Technique®, foot and ankle, vestibular, concussion, spine, and extremity manipulation. She enjoys treating patients of all cultural and language backgrounds, with the goal of helping patients find a more active lifestyle, or returning to work or sports related activities.
Roccia sees patients in our Randolph clinic Monday through Friday, and some Saturdays. She enjoys being able to treat patients in her native Portuguese, with prior Medical Interpreter experience. She is also fluent in Spanish.
Roccia enjoys spending time with family, yoga, dancing, and outdoors with 2 active dogs.