Amanda graduated from the University of Connecticut with a degree in Physical Therapy. In 1991, she cofounded Northern Rhode Island Physical Therapy. She has continued to expand her knowledge and refine her manual skills through numerous continuing education courses. Most recently she received her Fellowship in Applied Functional Science from the Gray Institute.
Andrea graduated from the University of Connecticut with a degree in Physical Therapy. In 1991, she cofounded Northern Rhode Island Physical Therapy. Specializing in the Rx of orthopedic related issues with an emphasis on a functional biomechanical approach that is individualized for each client. She has, and continues to attend numerous continuation education courses and has attained a
• Fellow of Applied Functional Science
• Functional Manual Reaction Certification
• Training in Functional Soft Tissue Transformation
Sean graduated from Providence College in 2003 and obtained his Doctorate in of Physical Therapy from the University of Rhode Island in 2007 and also became part of the Norther Rhode Island Physical Therapy Team that same year. Specializing in orthopedics, sports medicine and spinal rehabilitation, Sean has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 2004 and performed a 3-week internship in Guatemala to serve the needs of local clinics. An avid sports fan, and is often seen wearing a Dustin Pedrioa jersey, Sean enjoys riding his Harleys, golfing and playing softball. Sean kicks back with a micro-brewed beer and his two Miniature Schnauzers pups, Buddy and Harley.
Kim graduated in 1996 from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA with a Masters degree in Physical Therapy. Following graduation, she began her career at Yale-New Haven Hospital until moving to Washington State where she continued practicing in acute care. Upon return to RI in 2001, she expanded her PT interest into the outpatient orthopedic setting where she then practiced in East Greenwich, RI for numerous years. Kim joined NRIPT in 2013. While her focus is in manual therapy and general orthopedic rehabilitation, Kim is a Titleist Performance Institute Golf Medical Professional. In her free time she enjoys traveling, cooking, skiing and golf. Kim lives in Harmony with her husband Chris and sons Alex and Sam
Lynne has been a valued employee of Northern Rhode Island Physical Therapy since it opened its doors in 1991. She began as a PT Aide and then graduated from the CCRI PTA program in 1998. She currently resides in Richmond with her husband and their two children Sydney and Drew