Scituate

Address and Hours
Address 

Inside the Harbor Medical Building
56 New Driftway, Suite 204
Scituate, MA 02066
P:781-544-3434
F: 781-544-3946

scituate@baystatept.com

Hours 

Mon/Wed: 7am - 7pm

Tues/Thu: 7am - 5pm

Fri: 7:30am - 5:30pm
Sat: 8am - 12:00pm (by appointment only)

 

 

Meet Our Team 
Name 
Jeanne Spillane
Graduate 
Northeastern University
Credentials 
PT

Jeanne has been the clinical manager of Bay State Physical Therapy in Scituate, MA since 2009. Her clinical experience in both orthopedic and neurological PT treatment has helped her to provide comprehensive care for her patients. Jeanne has taken many vestibular courses through the years through the APTA and BSPT sponsored courses at NU.  Our Scituate clinic is fortunate to have the Micromedical inview goggles, which are necessary for accurate and effective treatment of vertigo. Jeanne specializes in vestibular  rehabilitation and spinal dysfunction, including TMJ.  She enjoys working with all patient populations in her community.  Jeanne integrates various manual therapy techniques,  including myofascial, craniosacral, extremity and spine mobilization. Jeanne designs individualized treatment plans with a strong focus on function. She is dedicated to helping her patients  achieve their goals in a professional and caring environment.

Name 
Kerry Fogarty
Graduate 
Boston University
Credentials 
MSPT

Kerry is a Senior Physical Therapist at Baystate Physical Therapy in Scituate.  Kerry has been treating since 2000 as an outpatient physical therapist and at Baystate since 2006.  Kerry sees a variety of patients including young athletes, work related injuries, recreational injuries, as well as surgical recovery.  Kerry most enjoys the variety of patients she sees and her goals are to help the patient return to full function with care, guidance, and personalized treatment.  

Kerry is a runner, and supports many local fundraisers. She also participates in boot camp and indoor soccer. She enjoys coaching her two young children in Scituate Town Soccer.

Name 
Nancy McDonald
Graduate 
Boston College 1984/Simmons College
Credentials 
PT

Nancy graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1984. She graduated from Simmons College with a BS in Physical Therapy in 1986. Nancy’s clinical experience has included pediatrics, specifically home-based early intervention. Since 2008 she has focused on out-patient orthopedics, including the spine and extremities. She enjoys working with patients of all ages, utilizing manual techniques, therapeutic exercise and modalities. Nancy is a very dedicated and energetic therapist who is determined to help her patients achieve their functional goals.

Nancy has been with Bay State Physical Therapy since 2008.

She enjoys running, hiking and “boot camp”. She has four children who keep her very busy with all their activities, such as drama and sports.

Name 
April Murphy
Graduate 
MGH Institute of Health Professions
Credentials 
DPT

April Murphy earned her B.S. in Accounting from University of Delaware in 2007. She then lived and worked in Philadelphia, PA, Sydney, Australia, and Dallas, TX as a financial consultant. She then went back to school and is a graduate of the MGH IHP DPT program in 2019 with clinical experience in the inpatient and outpatient settings, with a focus on vestibular therapy, balance disorders, neurological deficits, and orthopedic injuries. She enjoys working with patients of all ages utilizing manual techniques, therapeutic exercises, and functional movements to work with patients to achieve their goals. 

She enjoys trail running, hiking, biking, volleyball, going to concerts, and board games with husband, family, and friends. 

Name 
Kathy Hines
Graduate 
McGill University
Credentials 
PT

Kathy is a graduate of McGill University in Montreal, Canada. She has experience in the areas of outpatient physical therapy, acute care, and home health care.

Kathy individualizes her treatment plan for each patient to include functional activities that will help the patient return to the activities that are important to them. Kathy’s treatment approach includes manual techniques, functional exercises and education to ensure the patient has a proper understanding of the rationale for their treatment and exercise program.

When not working Kathy enjoys traveling, biking, cross-country skiing and baking, especially gingerbread houses.