Ian Manning graduated with his Masters degree in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in 2004. Ian has always worked with orthopedic based injuries, starting in school with his co-op/clinical rotations then leading into his professional career as a PT. He is constantly working to continue his education through course work and staying current with research. Ian is certified through the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) to treat golf related injuries and to improve golf performance. Please visit our Golf Performance and Rehabilitation section for more information.
Kristi has been a Physical Therapist for 10 years and has worked in various settings including acute care, out-patient orthopedic, and working with children with disabilities. Her passion for becoming a PT started in high school when she was able to shadow a PT in an orthopedic setting. Being a scholar athlete in high school, playing soccer, basketball and track, she knew she wanted to work with athletes and in an orthopedic setting. She also knew she had a passion for helping people and motivating them. Her passion became a reality in 2006 when she graduated from Northeastern University with her Masters degree in Physical Therapy.
Adam develops personalized training programs that are focused on functional strength training, as well as helping people stay stronger, leaner, and healthier. Adam assesses clients with a Functional Movement Screen, which enables him to tailor the performance development program to the individual’s mobility, stability, body mechanic or strength training needs.
Kristen received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from URI in 2016, her Masters of Exercise Science in 2012, and her Bachelor’s degrees in Kinesiology in 2006. Kristen has been a certified personal trainer since 2006 and has worked with athletes of varying levels and sport. Kristen spent 2 years of her career focusing on triathletes training and rehab while also participating in triathlons to include the half ironman distance. Kristen was a member of the United States Coast Guard Reserve for 10 years, she has experience working with the Veteran & Military population. Kristen worked as a lifeguard in the State of Rhode Island for over 15 years. She continues to enjoy an active and athletic lifestyle to include running, swimming, cycling, strength training, and general plyometric & dynamic conditioning. Kristen enjoys working with both athletes and all varying levels of patient clinical needs. Kristen has been a member of the APTA since 2013.
Paul received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from American International College in 2019, and his Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences in 2017. Paul has completed clinical rotations in the outpatient orthopedic and has worked with athletes, post-surgical patients and the geriatric population. He has been a member of the APTA since 2016. He was a member of the American International College soccer team and enjoys staying active and working out during his free time. He is constantly trying further his education and understanding of pain and rehab by reading current evidence. Paul is passionate about empowering his patients helping them reach their goals.