Jeanne has over 20 yrs clinical experience in out patient orthopedics, treating a variety of patients from high school athletes to an active geriatric population. She has extensive training in manual therapy of the spine, TMJ and extremities, lumbar stabilization, back education and work conditioning. Her neurological background includes CVA, Traumatic Brain Injury, balance and gait. Jeanne integrates a variety of evaluation and treatment strategies and is dedicated to helping her patients achieve their functional goals. Jeanne has been with Bay State Physical Therapy since 2008, and has been the Clinic Manager since 2009.
Jeanne enjoys rowing, kayaking and cooking. She is married with two sons in college. Jeanne donates her time with Walker’s/Runner’s Clinics which support Scituate High School.
Kerry is a senior physical therapist at Bay State Physical Therapy in Scituate. She earned her B.S. in Business Administration from Providence College in 1994 while participating in their collegiate soccer team. Kerry then received an M.S. in Physical Therapy from Boston University in 2000. She has eleven years of outpatient experience treating orthopedic, sports, work related and motor vehicle injuries. Her treatment approach involves active patient participation and education, combined with sound functional therapeutic exercises and manual techniques designed to return patients to normal functioning of daily activities and sport specific tasks. Kerry has been with Bay State Physical Therapy since 2006.
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.
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.
Adam attended Columbia University, where he earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. His experience includes multiple outpatient orthopedic clinics and inpatient settings. He has worked with patients with a wide variety of diagnoses, including orthopedic, neurological, and cardiovascular conditions. Adam has a special interest in working with athletes and weekend warriors of all ages. He strives for injury prevention, as well as rehabilitation.
Adam is originally from Belchertown, MA, where he grew up with his two older sisters and triplet brothers. In his free time he enjoys time outdoors, playing volleyball, and hiking with his rescue dog, Rory.