Arlington

Address and Hours
Address 

22 Mill St. Suite 406
Arlington, MA 02476
P: 781-646-8440
F: 781-643-7542

arlington@baystatept.com

Hours 

M-T: 7-8

F: 7-5

Sat: 8-4:30

Meet Our Team 
Name 
Jillian McNabb
Graduate 
Northeastern University
Credentials 
DPT

Jill, our Clinical Manager, is a graduate from the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at Northeastern University. Her clinical experiences include outpatient orthopedics, inpatient rehabiliation, and acute care. She is currently attending a residency in Orthopedic Manual Therapy at the Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy where she is refining her manual therapy skills to better serve her patients. In addition to being a physical therapist, Jill is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She takes a hands-on approach to patient care, utilizing manual therapy and exercise to maximize her patients functional abilities.  In her spare time, Jill enjoys running and spending time with friends and family.



Name 
Trevor Danton
Graduate 
University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Credentials 
PT, DPT

Trevor is a two time graduate of the University of Massachusetts Lowell, receiving his Bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology, and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. In addition to his outpatient orthopedic and sports therapy experience he hasadvanced training in treating patients with BPPV and Vertigo disorders. While completing his Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree at UMass Lowell, he received clinical training at Arrigg Eye and Ear Associates in Lawrence, MA. He has also completed several continuing education courses on BPPV and Vertigo to further advance his knowledge and clinical skill set.  Trevor enjoys helping patients with these disorders to understand not only the cause of their symptoms, but also how each treatment will enhance their recovery and allow them to regain their independence with all aspects of daily life. With a targeted treatment approach and a 1:1 patient to therapist experience, Trevor works closely with each individual to make sure all of their goals for therapy are addressed.

Trevor was born and raised in Arlington. He has a commitment to furthering his clinical skills by following the most current clinical procedures, and treatment options. He is an avid sports fan, with interest in hockey, baseball, football , lacrosse, and golf.



Name 
Emma Jackson
Graduate 
University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Credentials 
DPT

Emma earned her Doctorate from the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at UMass Lowell.  She has experience treating patients in a variety of settings which include outpatient orthopedics, inpatient and sub-acute rehab, and women’s health.   Emma is passionate about staying up to date on current research and current PT practices to improve her patient’s functional outcomes.  She has a hands-on approach to treatment and collaborates with her patients in a team approach to healing and recovery.

In her free time, Emma enjoys running, biking, walking her dog, and spending time with her family and friends. 



Name 
Matt Waidler
Graduate 
MGH Institute of Health Professions, University of Rhode Island
Credentials 
DPT

Matt graduated from the MGH Institute of Health Professions with his Doctoral degree in physical therapy and received his Bachelors degree in Kinesiology at the University of Rhode Island.  As a current member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Matt enjoys reading up on current research and outcomes to stay up to date on the ever evolving treatment protocols and methods. He has treated in a variety of settings including oncology and cardiopulmonary acute inpatient, outpatient orthopedics, and in assisted living facilities.  Matt employs a hands on approach to caring for his patients and has a strong belief in patient education so his patients can independently care for themselves long term.  In his spare time, he enjoys taking his golden retriever, Brodie, for long walks, weight lifting, working on his house, and spending time with family and friends.



Name 
Kim Buonomo
Graduate 
Northeastern University
Credentials 
PT, DPT

Kim graduated from Northeastern University’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program where she gained experience in a variety of settings including sports medicine, acute care, short-term rehab, and hospital based outpatient physical therapy. Through these experiences she has treated a variety of orthopedic, neurological, cardiovascular conditions, and also has performed wound care. She also won an award at Northeastern’s Research Innovation and Scholarship Expo for her thesis on Standardization of Cardiopulmonary Skills: Measures of Aerobic Capacity.  She and her classmates developed educational videos for future generations of PT students. Kim has always been interested in unique forms of therapy and is thrilled to be an Aquatic PT here at Bay State Physical Therapy. You will often see her in the water, helping her patients get moving and feeling better.

 

She also has a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Health Science from the University of Massachusetts Boston, where she was an active member of the Honors Program, and had unique opportunities such as representing her school in the New England American College of Sports Medicine Quiz Bowl. She also has participated in therapeutic horseback riding to facilitate improvements in strength, flexibility and coordination of children with disabilities, and has acted as an exercise coach for adolescents with Down’s syndrome as part of a research study. It was during her time at UMASS where she discovered her love of PT.

 

Kim is a Boston native who enjoys spending free time with her friends and family. She also likes to ice skate, read, and walk outside when the weather is nice.

Name 
James Marcotte
Graduate 
Boston University
Credentials 
MSPT, OMT

Jim has 20 years of experience in treating orthopedic, sport and work related injuries. His interest in spine care lead him to attend a two year residency in orthopedic manual therapy from The Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Jim's passion lies in the areas of spine and post-operative shoulder rehabilitation. He believes that active patient participation, sound biomechanical principles, and thorough patient education are the keys to successful functional outcomes.

Jim enjoys teaching and has served as a lab instructor at Boston University in the Physical Therapy Department and is a frequent lecturer at North Shore Community College’s Physical Therapy Assistant Program.

He also trains in various forms of Martial Arts, enjoys Home Brewing beer and golf.  He, his wife and 3 children are also very active in their local church and its community outreach activities.