Erica graduated from the PTA program at New England Institute of Technology. She always loved
helping people and loves that she is able to make a difference in people’s lives through her career,
making her a natural fit for Teamwork. Prior to Teamwork, she worked in an inpatient setting
treating short term and long term patients, in which she continues to do per diem. When Erica is not
working, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family; skiing, traveling, going to the beach,
hiking and hanging out with her dog.
William Saunders is 1995 graduate of Massasoit Community College, where he received his
Associate of Science Degree as a Physical Therapy Assistant. He has over fifteen years of
experience working as a Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant, specializing in outpatient
orthopedics, with nine of those years in the Teamwork Taunton location. Bill enjoys working
with all patient populations and is tremendously gratified when his patients are discharged, helping
them to achieve all of their goals. His interests outside of work include golf and coaching his
son’s ice hockey team.
Kathi joined Teamwork at the conclusion of 2014 as the front desk administrator in our Taunton office.
Not only does Kathi enjoy the organizational side of being an FOA, but she also loves watching the
progression of patients throughout their healing process. Kathi currently lives on the South Shore,
and spends her free time attending comedy shows, poetry workshops, antiquing, and visiting
New Hampshire on the weekends.
David attended graduate school at The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences where
he received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (2002) and Master of Occupational Therapy (2001)
degrees. He also has advanced studies in manual therapy techniques and received a Manual
Therapy Certification in 2003 from The University of St. Augustine. David’s undergraduate
studies were completed at Bridgewater State College where he received a Bachelor of Science
in Physical Education with a Concentration in Exercise Science (1998).
The majority of David’s clinical experiences have been in the outpatient setting focusing
in orthopedics, with a great deal of time spent as a Clinic Director. David excels at treating
musculoskeletal injuries of the spine and extremities. His other clinical experiences include:
aquatic therapy, hand therapy, inpatient rehabilitation, geriatrics, and pediatrics. Previous
experiences also include: personal training and athletic training.
David enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 daughters. His recreational activities include:
fitness training, golfing, and hiking.