Barbara's clinical experiences have consisted of orthopedic, sub-acute and pediatric settings with a strong interest in sports medicine. She also has a broad experience with post-operative rehabilitation and the geriatric population. Clinical outreach includes Couch to 5K training program, health fairs, and working with adolescent athletes for injury prevention. She consistently participates in seminars and courses regarding current research in physical therapy.
Barbara enjoys experiencing all Boston has to offer and is an avid New England sports fan.
Rebecca graduated from American International College with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013. Her clinical experiences included orthopedic outpatient, sub-acute, and geriatrics with special interest in vestibular therapy. She participates in continuing education courses regarding current vestibular therapy evaluation and treatment. Rebecca also has broad experience in pediatrics.
Rebecca played softball through college which has propelled her interest in sports medicine and post-operative rehabilitation of all ages.
Rebecca enjoys staying active by participating in outdoor activities and going to the gym. She also loves to follow a variety of professional sports, especially hockey.
Jeff graduated from Franklin Pierce University with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015. His clinical experiences included orthopedic outpatient, inpatient, and home care PT with special interest in the pediatric population and injuries involving the lower kinetic chain. He is currently pursuing continuing education in musculoskeletal pelvic health and has an additional interest in research regarding the ways in which the musculoskeletal system interacts with the other systems of the human body.
Jeff’s interest in PT and patient care has been influenced by his athletic experience as a collegiate soccer and tennis player and later by his experience as a youth soccer coach for Kings FC soccer club, based in the Metro West Area of Massachusetts.
Jeff is still a soccer junkie and plays as much recreationally as he is able, and otherwise enjoys staying in shape with hiking throughout the many trails of New England.
Amanda graduated from Lasell College in 2012 with her B.S. in Athletic Training. While attending Lasell College, she ran four years on the women's cross country team and played one season on the women's basketball team. She then went on to graduate from Northeastern University in 2016, with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She has undergraduate and graduate clinical and co operative experiences with local high school/ collegiate sports teams, outpatient orthopedic clinics and a subacute nursing home facility. Prior to joining the Bay State team Amanda completed her Physical Therapy clinical rotations at Genesis Rehabilitation, Marathon Physical Therapy and Sports Performance and Atlanta Falcons Physical Therapy. Throughout her clinical experiences, she has worked with patients of all ages with a special interest in the sports medicine population. She enjoys attending continuing education courses, implementing the most current evidence based research, performing functional movement screens, and integrating manual therapy techniques to aide her patients in the road to recovery. In her free time, Amanda loves spending time with her friends and family, watching New England sports, running, and being outdoors.