Meet Our Team
Liz, PT, DPT
Liz is the director of outpatient rehabilitation at Lawrence General Hospital. She received her doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Hartford, where she also graduated with a bachelor's degree in health sciences and a minor in psychology. Liz has a passion for orthopedic injury and sports medicine and is looking to grow her skills with a focus in women's health. She believes in an individualized treatment approach, which includes manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to help patients achieve their goals. Liz enjoys spending her free time with her children, exercising and being outside.
Erin, PT, DPT
Erin is the clinic manager at the Marston Street location in Lawrence. She graduated from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in 2012 with a doctorate in physical therapy. Her medical interests are in vestibular, orthopedics and neurological rehabilitation. Erin has assisted in developing the outpatient vestibular rehab program and is involved in the concussion rehabilitation program offered at all Lawrence General outpatient clinics. In addition to her physical therapy degree, Erin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in health education from Worcester State College.
Jamie, PT, DPT, Cert. DN
Jamie is the clinic manager at the Andover Medical Center location. She received her doctorate in physical therapy from University of Hartford after earning her bachelor's degree in health science (with a double minor in psychology and biology) as a Hartford undergrad. Jamie treats a variety of patients with orthopedic and neurological conditions and is certified in dry needling and aquatic therapy. She believes in treating patients with manual techniques, therapeutic exercise, and neuromuscular reeducation to help them achieve their goals.
Brycen, PT, DPT
Brycen is the clinic manager at the Andover/North Andover YMCA location. Brycen graduated from the University of Texas Medical Branch with his doctorate in physical therapy in 2018. His primary interests are in treating orthopedic, sports and vestibular conditions. Brycen has both played and coached soccer at the collegiate level and enjoys working with athletes. In addition to his doctorate, Brycen holds a bachelor's degree in exercise and health sciences from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Casey, MS, OTR/L, CHT
Casey is the lead hand therapist for Lawrence General Hospital's Outpatient Rehab. She graduated with her master's degree in occupational therapy from the University of New Hampshire in 2011. She received a graduate certificate at Drexel University for Advanced Practice in Upper Quarter Rehab, then became a certified hand therapist (CHT) in 2016. Casey treats a wide variety of upper extremity diagnoses, with a focus on post-surgical orthopedics. She enjoys specialty splinting and coming up with creative solutions for UE disorders. Casey works out of our clinic at the Andover Medical Center full-time.
Andover Medical Center
A 1982 graduate of the University of Connecticut, Leslie worked for Northeast Rehabilitation in North Andover prior to coming to Lawrence General Hospital. Leslie focuses on treatment for temporomandibular joint dysfunction, spinal dysfunction, and general orthopedics. She has a passion for mobilization, taping, muscle energy and exercise to achieve patient goals.
Laura, PT, DPT, APC
Laura received her doctorate in physical therapy from Simmons College. She is also a certified athletic trainer and has worked with a variety of athletes at the high school and collegiate levels. Laura treats a wide range of specialty areas, including orthopedics, sports rehabilitation, spinal conditions, vestibular, post-concussion, and temporomandibular joint dysfunction. Laura believes in creating individualized treatment plans that combine manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to help patients achieve their rehabilitation goals.
James, PT, DPT
James received his doctorate in physical therapy from Northeastern University in 2019. He graduated from Saint Anselm College in 2015 with a degree in biology and a minor in psychology; he played offensive line on the Saint Anselm football team. James has a background in treating patients with both neurological and orthopedic impairments. James enjoys treating with a focus on functional movement and strength training approaches to help his patients achieve their goals. In his spare time, James enjoys weightlifting, hiking the White Mountains, and spending as much time as possible outside.
Morgan, PT, DPT
Morgan received her doctorate in physical therapy from MCPHS University in 2020, three years after earning a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Sacred Heart University. She treats a wide range of orthopedic conditions and is certified in instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization. She is passionate about helping her patients improve their function and achieve their goals.
Katy, PT, DPT, Cert DN
Katy graduated from Franklin Pierce University in 2014 where she received her doctorate in physical therapy. Prior to that, she earned a bachelor's degree in psychobiology at Wheaton College. Katy has a passion for orthopedic injury, sports medicine, and vestibular rehabilitation. Katy implements a variety of manual techniques in her treatment and incorporates patient goals while developing a well-rounded, individualized treatment plan. Katy is certified in dry needling and spinal mobilization/manipulation. She has training in taping techniques, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, and the McKenzie Technique for the lumbar spine.
Marston Medical Center
Suzanne graduated from Duke University with a master's degree in physical therapy and has been practicing in outpatient orthopedics for over 20 years. In 2016, Suzanne helped establish a women's health program at LGH to address a significant need in the community for improved access to pelvic floor rehab close to home. In addition to treating incontinence, interstitial cystitis, pelvic and low back pain, and diastasis recti, she works with patients referred with constipation and rectal dyssynergia. In her free time, Suzanne enjoys skiing and hiking with her family.
Renee is a graduate of the Simmons University physical therapy program. Renee has been practicing for 20 years. She treats general orthopedic, as well as pelvic floor dysfunction.
Patty is a graduate of Northeastern University and has more than 30 years of experience. She spent the first 15 years of her career advancing her knowledge of orthopedic physical therapy as both a student and teacher in clinical and academic settings in Boston. She enjoys working with a variety of orthopedic clients of all ages. She has a particular interest working with total joint replacement patients to maximize their functional outcome.
Amanda, PT, DPT
Amanda graduated from University of Massachusetts Lowell with a bachelor's degree in exercise physiology in 2010 and received her doctorate in physical therapy in 2013. Amanda treats a variety of patients, although her passion is working with geriatrics, pediatrics, and patients with limitations in gait and balance. She likes to incorporate different activities into balance treatments such as dance steps or boxing movements to make sessions fun while working on functional goals.
Lysha has more than 20 years of outpatient orthopedic experience in physical therapy. Lysha graduated from Southern Connecticut State University with a bachelor's in exercise physiology and minor in nutrition in 1999. She then graduated as the valedictorian of her graduating class with an associate's degree as a physical therapy assistant in 2002. Lysha is certified in the L3 Graston technique, and as a L3 Kinesiotape clinician, She also holds an ACSM certification. Lysha treats all types of injuries from neck and back pain, vertigo, post-concussions, to patients with joint replacements, sports injuries and patients who have recently had surgery and are getting back to normal functional daily activities. Lysha is a WNBF Pro Masters figure and Pro Masters bikini competitor. She also enjoys dance and is a ballet and tap instructor. Lysha coached high school volleyball for three years and is currently focused on competing in the 2023 Pro Masters body building all natural competition.
Leah, PT, DPT
Leah graduated from the University of Hartford with a bachelor's degree in physical therapy in 2011 and received her doctorate in 2014. Her love for sports and fascination of the human body led to her career as a physical therapist. She typically sees patients with orthopedic injuries, risks for falls and the elderly population.
Celia is a graduate of Boston University and has over 33 years of experience as a physical therapist. She has a wide knowledge base and uses this knowledge daily to problem solve and promote increased function with her patients.
Darcy, M.S., CCC-SLP
Darcy has been working as a licensed speech-language pathologist in both outpatient and acute care rehabilitation settings since 2015. She received her bachelor's degree in communication sciences and disorders from the University of New Hampshire in 2013 and earned her master's degree from the University of Vermont. She is certified by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). Darcy enjoys working with both pediatric and adult patients at Lawrence General Hospital, and treats a variety of communication, cognitive, swallowing, and voice disorders across the age span. Darcy also holds certification as a Lee Silverman Voice Therapy (LSVT LOUD ©) Clinician. Darcy spends her free time outside, usually in the woods and mountains of New Hampshire.
Elizabeth, MS, OTR/L
Elizabeth, who holds a master's degree in violin performance, received her Master of Science in occupational therapy from Regis College. She developed an interest in hand therapy after experiencing upper extremity injuries as a professional violinist. Her clinical interests include a variety of upper extremity diagnoses, injury treatment in musicians, neurological/neurodegenerative conditions, and pediatric developmental delays. She has received professional development training in Graston technique, myofascial release, and custom hand orthotic fabrication. She also holds 200 hours of training as a yoga teacher and has received training in Thai Massage from the Triple Gem School of Thai Massage. Elizabeth works out of Marston Medical Center full-time.
Stephanie, MS, OTR/L
Stephanie graduated from Tufts University in 2022 with a doctorate in Occupational Therapy after completing an undergraduate degree at Villanova University in psychology. Stephanie works with patients experiencing a wide variety of hand and upper extremity injuries. She is passionate about helping people get back to their former activities and increase their independence with everyday tasks.
Andover/North Andover YMCA
Zack, PT, DPT
Zack graduated with his doctor of physical therapy degree from UMass Lowell in 2019, after receiving his bachelor's degree in exercise physiology in 2016. Zack believes in an individualized approach to therapy that stresses improving each patient's specific function and quality of life. He loves the collaborative aspect of PT and enjoys working together with his patients in order to achieve a common goal. Zack enjoys treating a wide variety of cases and is also an aquatic therapist in our pool program.
Megan, PT, DPT
Megan graduated from University of New England with her doctorate in physical therapy in 2022. She completed her bachelor's degree at the University of Rhode Island in 2019, where she was on the D1 cheerleading team. She has been working in the field of physical therapy since 2018, starting as a physical therapist aide. Her clinical interests include orthopedic and sports related injuries. Megan is also interested in women's health/pelvic floor physical therapy for those who experience stress urinary incontinence and other pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. She is in the process of completing her certification of achievement in pelvic health. Megan's goals for her patients include patient education, facilitating independence, and returning to the activities that they love to do.
Kayla, MS, OTR/L
Kayla received her master's in occupational therapy at Regis College after receiving her bachelor's in health, wellness, and occupational studies from the University of New England. She treats a variety of patients with hand and upper extremity related injuries. She enjoys working with her patients in a holistic approach in order to help them reach their functional goals. Kayla works out of both the Andover Medical Center and Andover/N Andover YMCA.