Kenneth is a graduate of Sacred Heart University’s Doctoral Physical Therapy program obtaining his degree in May 2010. He attended University of Massachusetts Amherst for his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology with a minor psychology. Kenneth joined the Bay State Physical Therapy Boston Clinic in September 2010; however he performed his first clinical affiliation at the Weymouth clinic in 2008. He grew up in the Boston area and attended the John D. O’Bryant High School, where he played football and also ran track. Kenneth utilizes his sports background along with evidence based practice to provide quality care to all individuals in need. His treatment approach incorporates various manual techniques including joint mobilizations/manipulations, manual strengthening, functional and recreational training to achieve physical therapy goals that are tailored specifically to each individual. Kenneth is committed to improving your functional level and overall well-being. He treats patients in our Boston clinic Monday through Friday.
Jessica is a graduate from Northeastern Universityand earned her B.S. in Rehabilitation Sciences in 2009 and continued on to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2010. Her clinical experience includes outpatient orthopedics, postoperative care, cardiac rehabilitation as well as stroke and spinal cord injury. She enjoys treating patients of all ages and ability. Jessica has ten years of running experience and enjoys participating in local road races. She focuses her treatments around manual techniques, patient education, injury prevention and wellness to help patients meet their personal goals and return to full functional potential.
Jessica treats patients in our Boston Clinic Monday through Friday
Darryl Elliott is a physical therapist and partner at Bay State Physical Therapy in Weymouth, Boston, and Scituate. He graduated from Northeastern University with a BS in Physical Therapy in 1990. He has practiced in out patient orthopedics over the past 20 years as well as teaching at Northeastern andBostonUniversity. Darryl now enjoys incorporating his clinical expertise and passion for teaching into mentoring his staff in order to provide the best possible physical therapy experience for each patient.
Darryl is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 1991, and Rotary International since 2002. He is the President of the Northeastern Physical Therapy Alumni Association. He also participates in many other community fundraisers such as the Milton Foundation for Education’s Celebration for Education, the Milton Monster Dash, the Norwell Muscular Dystrophy Lock Up, Hearts for Histio, St. Mary’s Women and Infant’s Center’s Dancing for Hope and Prayers for Charlotte just to name a few!
Darryl’s other areas of interest include: Golf, skiing, basketball, cooking, and coaching his two active sons in many sports such as hockey, basketball, soccer, and baseball.