Stacy Patten, DPT
- Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, Simmons College
- Bachelor's Degree, Sports Medicine in Athletic Training, Merrimack College
- Sports Medicine
- Work Conditioning
- Joint Replacements
- Concussion Management
Stacy graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Simmons University in 2013. She received her Bachelors in Sports Medicine with a concentration in Athletic Training from Merrimack College. Her clinical interests include sports medicine and orthopedics, total joint replacements, and concussion rehabilitation for patients of all ages. She utilizes a hands-on approach combining manual therapy skills with movement based exercise to treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. She believes in a holistic and patient-centered approach to treatment to treat the whole body and reach each patient’s personal goals.
Lindsay Byers, PT, DPT, OCS
Clinical Director of Marion
(also treats by appointment at Middleboro and Taunton)
- Bellarmine Univeristy/Doctorate in Physical Therapy/2007
- Vestibular Therapy
- Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)
- Work Conditioning
- Pelvic Floor
Lindsay has been practicing physical therapy since 2008, when she earned her Doctorate degree from Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky. After graduating, she worked closely with a mentor in the outpatient setting, , developing a passion for manual therapy. She then set out to see the US, working as a traveling PT for nine years in seven states. She worked in several settings, including acute rehab, skilled nursing, and home care before returning to her true clinical roots in the outpatient setting. Furthering her skills in manual therapy, she has taken two Maitland Therapy courses, and will be continuing these studies in the near future. She has also developed an interest in pain sciences, dealing with chronic and abnormal pain patients after course work studies by David Butler and Lorrimer Moseley. She has completed training for Pelvic Health Physical Therapy with the APTA. When she isn't treating patients or managing the Marion clinic, she spends time exploring New England with her four year old son, Benjamin Micheal. She makes frequent trips back home to Kentucky, and is a true country girl- gardening, raising bees, and riding horses.
Caity Palomba, PT, DPT
- Doctoral Degree, Physical Therapy, Franklin Pierce University
I became a PT after learning more about my grandfathers journey following a complete C6 spinal Cord Injury. I spent a lot of time shadowing,and working in PT clinics. This allowed me to grow a bigger understanding about the physical therapy field. I fell in love with helping people through movement.