- We believe one-on-one care helps to heal patients faster
- Patient appointments never overlap so patients receive 100% attention from
- Private treatment rooms provide privacy and safety so that patients get the
attention they need and deserve.
Kris received her Bachelors of Science from the University of Colorado and her Masters of Physical Therapy from Simmons College. She specializes in treating spine and extremity injuries. Utilizing manual hands on techniques, exercises and functional activities, her patients quickly return to their prior or higher level of function. She also enjoys treating benign positional vertigo and balance problems.
Injuries that Kris sustained while competing in freestyle skiing have enabled her to both empathize with and encourage her patients to heal and return to activities they love. Kris enjoys spending time with her husband and two young boys Xander and Mason. She is still an avid skier and enjoys running, cycling and coaching her boys’ soccer teams. She has a long term goal of running a marathon each decade and believes you are never too old to become active.
Karen grew up in Marblehead and is excited to be back on the North Shore after a decade in Wisconsin and New Mexico. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2016 and her Orthopedic Clinical Specialization in 2020. She is passionate about working with her clients to improve the efficiency of an individual's movements while minimizing pain and discomfort. She is also a vestibular therapist, treating balance and dizziness. Karen is an avid long distance runner, enjoying half marathons, marathons, and ultra-trail running. She is also a road cyclist and rock climber. Karen has been part of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2013 and is a strong advocate for accessible and affordable health care.