Address and Hours

45 Forge Hill Rd
At Bernon Family YMCA
Franklin, MA 02038
P: 508-541-9111
F: 508-541-7830


M: 7am-8pm

Tues-Thurs: 6am-8pm
Fri: 6am-4pm


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Meet Our Team 
Lynn Therrien
University of St. Augustine


Lynn received her Masters of Occupational therapy and Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of St Augustine in 2008/2009. She received her Manual therapy certification in 2012.  Lynn enjoys treating a variety of patient populations with an emphasis on orthopedic injuries.  Her treatments combine manual techniques, therapeutic exercises, injury prevention and patient education in order to restore or improve a patient’s function and improve their quality of life 


In her free time Lynn enjoys spending time with her family and friends, staying active and traveling as much as possible.  

Jenny DiGioia
Northeastern University

Jenny DiGioia graduated from Northeastern University in 2008 earning a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Throughout her clinical and professional work, Jenny has gained experience working with a variety of clientele requiring restoration of function post-surgery and acute injury, chronic pain management, aquatic therapy, and women’s health issues. Currently, Jenny’s interests lay in orthopedic therapy focusing on sports medicine. Jenny aims to make each individual’s physical therapy experience fun and educational while improving their quality of life.

Jeremy Prairie
Bridgewater State University
PT Aide

Jeremy is a local resident of Franklin. He received his Bachelors of Science degree in Physical Education, with a concentration in Exercise Science, from Bridgewater State University in 2016. Jeremy has had experience working as a Physical Therapist Aide and takes pride in educating patients on proper exercise technique. He loves working with eager patients who are determined to put in the hard work necessary to repair their injuries.

In his free time, Jeremy has a passion for golf. He also enjoys hiking with his dog, staying active, and spending time with his friends and family.

Matt Donovan
Quinnipiac University

Matt graduated from Quinnipiac University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2017 after receiving a B.S. in Health Sciences in 2014. Matt’s clinical experiences included both outpatient orthopedic and acute care inpatient settings where he treated a variety of diagnoses. Matt’s passion is treating orthopedic and sports medicine patients, specifically post-surgical treatment and injury prevention. At Quinnipiac, Matt was a part of a research team that conducted a study that analyzed lower extremity kinematics of collegiate soccer and lacrosse athletes and their relationship with ACL injuries.

Matt utilizes a manual therapy approach in combination with therapeutic exercises to maximize patient outcomes. Matt is hoping to pursue various Manual Therapy certifications as well as become an Orthopedic Certified Specialist one day.  Matt is a former collegiate soccer player of Quinnipiac. Outside of the clinic, Matt enjoys running, snowboarding, and playing all sports. He is a big fan of Boston sports teams as well as his favorite soccer team Manchester United.