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.
Alexandria graduated with her Doctorate in Phyiscal Therapy from Seton Hall University in 2007. Alex then went on to because a certified orthopedic manual therapist through the Institue of Advanced Musculoskeletal Treatments in April 2016. With this extensive training she performs dry needling (Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling) to treat pain and muscular dysfunction that can cause issues such as headaches in conjuction with traditional techniques. Alex has extensive clinical experience treating TMD (tempromandibular dysfunction, aslo referred to as TMJ), vestibular and various orthopedic conditions. She was an adjunct teaching assistant at Rutgers University and enjoys the teaching as well as learning in her profession. She has now become the Lead Physical Therapist at our Randolph location to mentor and assist our staff.
Alex enjoys being active in her free time including practicing yoga, paddleboarding, walking her two adopted Amercian Pit Bulls and participating in sports such as softball.
Jayna graduated from Newbury College in Newton, MA with an Associates Degree in Applied Science. She has worked in orthopedic outpatient settings throughout her career. She enjoys educating her patient in the importance of proper posture and the importance of core strengthening.
She has taken numerous continuing education classes for knee dysfunction, myofascial release and Mulligan Mobilizations. She enjoys learning on a daily basis.
Jayna has a deep love of yoga and practices numerous time per week. She cherishes her 2 cats, Mouse and Romeo and recently rescued her dog Olive.
Mary graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy from MGH’s Institute of Health Professions in 2016 and is an active member of the APTA, MA Chapter and Orthopedics Section. Her clinical experience includes a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings working with a variety of orthopedic and neurologic impairments. Mary’s particular interests are in conditions of the spine and chronic pain conditions. A native of the South Shore, Mary enjoys spending free time with family, hiking, tap dancing and working on home improvement projects.
Born and raised in the outskirts of Boston, Francesca graduated from Springfield College with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016. She spent a full academic year of clinical affiliations working in both outpatient and subacute rehabilitation settings with patients of varying neurologic and orthopedic conditions including athletic and war-related injuries, traumatic brain injuries, and ALS. Growing up, Francesca participated in sports such as soccer, lacrosse, ice hockey, and track. She now enjoys long-distance recreational running.
Francesca is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and is fully committed to restoring each of her patient’s maximum function and helping them to reach their personal goals.