In 2000 Brian returned home and worked for a local hospital as a clinical specialist. Aside from patient care he worked to establish rehabilitation guidelines for post-operative care of multiple orthopedic surgical procedures. Brian founded Granite State Physical Therapy in 2004 to develop an outpatient physical therapy clinic which offers a full continuum of care for his patients. Brian continues to work with area High Schools to include Bishop Brady, Pembroke Academy, John Stark High School, Laconia High School, and Gilford High School.
Brian enjoys treating patients with multiple orthopedic injuries and post-operative diagnoses to include musculoskeletal dysfunctions of the upper and lower quarter and spinal dysfunction. Brian is a Member of American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (AAOMPT), American Society of Shoulder and Hand Therapists (ASSET) and the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). He is certified in Thrust Manipulation of the spine through the SWODEAM Institute. Brian is also a Certified Level III Medical professional with the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) and offers Golf Fitness and Rehabilitation programs throughout the area.
Kelly has received advanced training in sports Medicine and orthopedics as well as women’s Health, vestibular rehabilitation, FCE’s, ergonomics, foot and ankle biomechanics, and aquatic therapy. Kelly is also a Graston Certified Specialist. Kelly has 16 years of clinical Management experience at clinics in MA and RI. She has worked in and gained skills in a variety of settings to include outpatient orthopedics, acute rehab, inpatient, and home care. Kelly offers a strong knowledge base to provide care for the professional athlete to the weekend warrior and general Orthopedic population.
Kelly’s vast experience as mainly focused on honing her skills in outpatient orthopedics and sports Medicine. Professionally Kelly maintains a special interest in treating endurance athletes. Personally when not working with patients Kelly enjoys ultra-distance trail running, boating, and paddle boarding.
In 2019, she earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Elon University in North Carolina. Kaylee continued her research on melatonin in graduate school and her work on the influence of chronic exercise on salivary melatonin responses was published in the International Journal of Sports and Exercise Medicine in 2020. Kaylee also presented her findings in a platform session at a national physical therapy conference in 2019. She is a co-author on multiple national conference poster presentations on adolescent softball characteristics and the relationship to hip and shoulder measurements, injury/pain, and performance. In addition to her research, Kaylee served the American Physical Therapy Association as the Student Assembly Director of Membership for the 2018-2019 term. In 2019 Kaylee was awarded the Elon University Department of Physical Therapy Education Overall Outstanding Student Award, the American Physical Therapy Association of North Carolina’s Outstanding Student Award, and the American Physical Therapy Association Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Section Student Research Award. In addition, she was inducted into the National Pro Bono Honor Society for her service of physical therapy care to the underserved community in Elon, NC.
Kaylee has a special interest in treating athletes and she enjoys working with a variety of general orthopedic diagnoses. Outside of the clinic, you might find Kaylee hiking, camping, or running.