Randolph

We have MOVED!   Come visit us across the street at 26 South Main Street! Note: Megan, who offered pelvic floor treatment at our Randolph clinic, has been promoted to join our new Women's Health Clinic in Plymouth! Check it out: http://baystatept.com/locations/plymouth-womens-health-and-wellness-center-new 
Address and Hours
Address 

26 South Main Street
Randolph, MA 02368
P: 781-961-9200
F: 781-961-6599

randolph1@baystatept.com

Hours 

 

M-Th: 7am - 7pm
Fri: 8am - 5pm
Sat: 8am -12pm (except July & August)

Meet Our Team 
Name 
Kara Alterio
Graduate 
Northeastern University
Credentials 
BSPT

Kara has been practicing in outpatient physical therapy for 15 years.  She has extensive experience in treating conditions of the foot and ankle, neck and back injuries, post surgical shoulder, hip and knees.  She has a special interest in patient advocacy and unique surgical cases. Kara has written and presented papers on Pharmacology, Radiology and Evidenced Based Medicine and its relationship to the current physical therapy patient.

Kara is the managing partner of Randolph, Abington and Brockton. Kara is married and has three children that are active in swimming, soccer and dive. Kara is also a member of the Brockton Rotary club and her family is involved in community projects and charitable events through the Brockton area.

Name 
Jayna Best
Graduate 
Newbury College
Credentials 
PTA

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.



Name 
Mary McCarthy
Graduate 
MGH’s Institute of Health Professions
Credentials 
DPT

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.



Name 
Allison Goyette
Graduate 
Northeastern University
Credentials 
DPT

 

Allie graduated from Northeastern University with her Bachelors of Rehabilitation Sciences followed by her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Throughout her time in school and clinical rotations, she was exposed to a variety of orthopedic conditions, solidifying her love for the orthopedic population. She completed her clinical rotations in Braintree, MA, Hartford, CT and Colorado Springs, CO, where she was exposed to a variety of patient populations including those with primarily orthopedic, neuromuscular and sports-related injuries.

Originally from Glastonbury, CT, Allie was a varsity athlete with a love for basketball, playing in tournaments all over the United States. In her free time, Allie enjoys hiking, running, traveling, and is an avid Boston sports fan.   

Allie enjoys working closely with patients to build an individualized plan of care. She strives to provide her patients with a fun, active, and functionally driven environment to help them return to what they love to do.

Name 
Phil Welsh
Graduate 
Boston University
Credentials 
PT, DPT, ATC

Phil graduated with a BS in athletic training followed by his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, both from Boston University. He has experience in treating acute and chronic orthopedic injuries both on and off the field through his previous athletic training work at MIT and physical therapy and athletic training clinical rotations. Additionally, Phil has experience treating patients of all ages with neurological conditions, including but not limited to, stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, and multiple sclerosis.

Phil grew up in New Jersey and has dual citizenship with the USA and UK. He played club soccer at Boston University until graduating and also enjoys ice hockey, snowboarding, and hiking. He participates as a medical volunteer in Boston sporting events, including finish line assignments at the Boston Marathon since 2013. Phil speaks conversational Italian and has lots of good stories after backpacking around Southeast Asia during the summer of 2016.

Name 
Patrick Schroeder
Graduate 
SUNY Upstate Medical University, The College at Brockport
Credentials 
DPT

Patrick originally grew up outside of Albany, NY and graduated from SUNY Upstate Medical University with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and from The College at Brockport with a Bachelor's of Science in Exercise Physiology. 

In his free time Patrick enjoys spending time with his friends and family, as well as watching his favorite New York sports teams. Patrick also enjoys staying active by working out and playing pickup basketball, as well as travelling whenever he has the opportunity.

Patrick is passionate about treating patients with a wide variety of orthopedic conditions and goals, ranging from young athletes attempting to return to the field, to older adults recovering from chronic conditions. Patrick utilizes a multi-dimensional treatment approach consisting largely of therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, and patient education to help patient's achieve their goals.