Kelly enjoys staying fit and helping people achieve all of their goals in physical therapy. She is gaining
her certification in pilates and is always striving for more knowledge. Kelly’s love of helping people drew
her to the physical therapy profession and she has become an exceptional therapist. Kelly used to
be a competitive figure skater and still teaches on occasion.
Linda first became interested in physical therapy when she was in high school and her neighbor had
a stroke. Linda drove her to her PT appointments and knew right away that this was what she wanted
to do. After breaking her leg during a college softball game, Linda got to see firsthand the integral role
that PTs play in getting people back on their feet. Linda started her career as a physical therapist at
St. Luke’s Hospital in Middleboro as a new graduate from the University of Lowell. She joined the
Capeway Physical Therapy staff a few years later and continued to work with Mike Ward and Paul Woodward
for several years after her children were born. She also spent many years treating patients in their homes and
really enjoyed getting to work with people in such a personal setting. After her youngest headed off to college,
Linda returned to Capeway PT on a part-time basis and was thrilled to see that so many of her former
co-workers were still there. Linda has been extremely important and helpful in the transition to
Teamwork PT and has remained on staff working part-time. When she is not in the clinic, she can usually
be found on a tennis court or spending time relaxing with her family.
Mandi earned her PTA degree from Bay State College in Boston’s Back Bay. She has been practicing in
Middleboro for Capeway Physical Therapy and has been very helpful with the transition to Teamwork.
Mandi enjoys treating a wide variety of diagnosis’ and especially injuries requiring soft tissue work and
she is very manually oriented in her therapy approach. Her interests include sports, more specifically
volleyball with a new interest in country line dancing, but most of all being a new mom to her beautiful daughter.
Renee has been working at the Middleboro location for several years when it was Capeway Physical Therapy. She was an integral part of the transition to Teamwork and is excited about being part of the team.
Maureen became interested in PT after her brother attained a sports related injury that required
skilled physical therapy. It all started when she graduated from American International College in 2010
where she received her Bachelors of Science degree. Her next stop was Boston’s Back Bay for her PTA degree
from Bay State College. During her days off, Maureen also works with the geriatric population in a
skilled nursing facility. Maureen is excited about her upcoming wedding and building a new home.
She likes to spend quality time with her family and friends. Other interest include hitting the beach in
the summer, apple picking in the fall, baking and reading.
Sandra recently joined the Teamwork family and after training in a few of the other locations, she is excited
to have a home at the new Middleboro location. When she is not working she is busy being a mother of
5 children and a grandmother of 4 granddaughters. Along with her husband Guy, and her dog Cleo, she just
enjoys life one day at a time.
Debbie enjoyed working for Capeway Physical Therapy and is excited about the transition to Teamwork.
She is continuing her work as a front desk administrator and has worked in physical therapy for over 30 years.
She resides locally and enjoyed spending time with her husband and two children.
Sue was born in Illinois and now resides locally in Middleboro.
She had been working as an aide and
assisting with medical billing for the past 10 years with Capeway Physical Therapy. She enjoys working
with the patients and fellow employees. Sue is now excited to be part of Teamwork Physical Therapy in
Middleboro helping with the front desk and continuing her aide work with the therapists and patients.
During her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, taking trips to their cabin in
New Hampshire and simply enjoying life.
Tim graduated from Bay State College’s PTA program in the spring of 2013. Prior to
Bay State he studied at Westfield State University in 2011, graduating with a Bachelor’s
Degree in Movement Science with a concentration in Sports Medicine. He became a
Certified Personal Trainer through the National Strength & Conditioning Association
while at Westfield State, and participated as a student-athlete on the football team
playing quarterback. Like many athletes he experienced injuries throughout high
school and college, which initially piqued his interest in the physical therapy profession.
Along with outpatient orthopedics here at Teamwork, Tim also works part time at a
local skilled nursing facility working with a variety of neurological and post surgical
diagnoses. Outside of work, Tim enjoys weight lifting, participating in a variety of sports
including skiing, boating, and fishing.