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Address and Hours
Address 

@ Greater Lowell YMCA

35 YMCA Drive

Lowell, MA 01852

P: 781-679-2003

F: 978-746-8718

Hours 

M: 7am - 3:30pm

T: 12pm - 8pm
W: 7am - 3:30pm
Th: 12pm - 8pm

Fri: 11:30am - 5:30pm

Meet Our Team 
Name 
Robert Melino
Graduate 
Northeastern University
Credentials 
PT, MSPT, FAAOMPT

Robert Melino is the managing partner and clinical director at Bay State Physical Therapy in Tewksbury.  Prior to opening the Tewksbury clinic in 2015, Robert served as the clinical manager for 9 years at Bay State Physical Therapy in Arlington. 

 

Rob believes that sound manual therapy is a must when treating patients.  After graduating from Northeastern University in 2006 with a masters degree in physical therapy, Rob attended the Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy.  For two years, Rob refined his manual therapy skills under the direction of Martin Langaas, a top PT in the field and mentor to many that have gone through the program.  Rob graduated from the Institute with full fellowship status and is a credentialed orthopedic manual physical therapist.

Rob’s passion lies with treatment of the cervical/thoracic spine.  He also enjoys working with rotator cuff pathologies and post-op ACL reconstruction.  Rob utilizes his manual techniques along with specific therapeutic exercise to help his patients achieve their desired goals.  He has a function oriented approach and believes it is important to involve the patient when formulating the plan of care.  Rob integrates strong patient education into his rehabilitation in order for the patient to understand their diagnosis and the necessary steps that need to be taken to get better.

Rob is a resident of Tewksbury where he lives with his wife and daughter.  He enjoys an active lifestyle and is an avid Boston sports fan.  Rob participates in local community based events and is excited to help and serve the residents of the Merrimack Valley area.

Name 
Brittany Mordarski
Graduate 
Springfield College
Credentials 
PT, DPT, OCS.

Brittany received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Springfield College in 2013. She has worked in outpatient orthopedics since. In June of 2017 Brittany became a board certified clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy, awarded from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. This distinction recognizes her as a practitioner who has demonstrated advanced clinical knowledge and skills in orthopedic practice.   

Brittany’s clinical interests involve working with all orthopedic and sports related injuries, including post-surgical cases. She also comes to Bay State PT with experience in:

  • Vestibular dysfunction including BPPV and vertigo treatment
  • Neurologic disorders including Parkinson’s, MS and gait/balance training
  • Women’s health therapy including post-breast cancer management and pelvic floor strengthening during pregnancy
  • Current certification in the Graston Technique for management and treatment of soft tissue dysfunction.

Brittany was a competitive athlete since the age of 5. She was a level 9 Junior Olympic gymnast in high school, and she competed in both Track & Field and Equestrian on the collegiate level. She uses these experiences as a foundation for her treatments when working with athletes.

Brittany is married, and outside of work she continues to be active as an equestrian, both instructing in hippotherapy and riding. She also enjoys spending time with her family, watching football, reading, and hiking.

Name 
Erin Chenette
Graduate 
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Credentials 
PT, DPT

Erin received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology in 2014 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2018, both from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She has clinical experience with a variety of orthopedic and neurological conditions in outpatient orthopedics and acute care settings.

Erin's current clinical interests include working with patients with various orthopedic injuries such as pre and post-surgery patients, lower back, knee, and shoulder pain. She also utilizes aquatic therapy to help patients achieve their goals and become more independent following therapy.  She is a current member of the APTA.

Outside of her time at Bay State Physical Therapy, Erin enjoys spending time with her friends and family and stays active by running and strength training. She is a passionate sports fan, especially the Boston Celtics and the New England Patriots.