Our mission is to ensure that our patients achieve their individual functional and sports goals. It is our goal to provide the highest quality of physical therapy care, education, and consultation within the communities and patient populations we serve.
We take pride in our work and its positive affect on our patients lives.
At Norwood PT, we’ve got your back!
At Norwood PT, we currently have six Physical Therapists and seven Physical Therapist aides.
Meet our staff!
Mike earned his master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Simmons College and a bachelor’s degree from Boston College. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association. Mike has more than 18 years of experience in orthopedics. Mike has developed expertise in rehabilitation of patients with sports injuries. He is certified in the McKenzie approach for spine treatment. He has taken post graduate courses in myofascial release and strain-counterstrain manual techniques.
Ann earned her degree from McGill University and has over 29 years of experience working with a varied patient population. She has special interests in the treatment of sports related injuries, geriatric rehabilitation, as well as gait and balance issues. Ann has taken post graduate courses in manual therapy, dynamic lumbar stabilization, strain-counterstrain, myofascial release, and muscle energy techniques. While working at the Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, MN, Ann gained hands on experience in the treatment of pregnancy and postpartum back pain, TMJ. Ann is certified in oncology rehab and Functional Dry Needling.
Teri earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Columbia University in May of 2011. Prior to entering the PT field, Teri earned a degree in mechanical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and worked for a biotechnology company. Teri combines her engineering background with physical therapy principles to focus on and improve the biomechanics related to injuries. Teri is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and enjoys working with patients of all ages and diagnoses. Special interests include the rehabilitation of sports related injuries and neurological conditions.
Barbara earned her Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Connecticut in 2003. She has experience working with a wide range of patients with varied orthopedic and neurological conditions. Her special interests include orthopedic and sport related injuries, knee and foot rehabilitation as well as balance and gait analysis and fall risk prevention in the elderly. She has taken post-graduate courses in muscle energy techniques, Mulligan mobilizations, and biomechanics of gait.
Lorri earned her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Simmons College in 1998 and her Bachelor’s degree from the University if New Hampshire in 1993. She has over 18 years of experience working in sports medicine, orthopedics, pediatrics and neurological rehab. She has done post graduate work in pre and post natal therapy, manual therapy of the spine, kinesiotaping, and neurological rehabilitation. As a marathoner, Lorri is also experienced with rehabilitation for running injuries along with running/gait analysis.
Ashley earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Simmons College in May of 2018. Prior to entering the PT field, Ashley earned a degree in Physical Education, Exercise Science from Bridgewater State University and has experience working in a skilled nursing facility and outpatient clinic. Ashley utilizes her education in exercise science and physical therapy to provide a well rounded treatment for patients. Ashley is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and enjoys working with patients of all ages and diagnoses. Her special interests include the rehabilitation of sports related injuries.
We specialize in Orthopedic, Spine, and Sports Injuries.
Norwood Physical Therapy is conveniently located on Walpole Street (Route 1A) just south of Norwood Center.
From I-95 north or south:
Take Route I-95 Exit 11B Neponset Street/Norwood. Turn onto Neponset Street and follow the signs towards Norwood.
Follow Neponset Street for 1.5 miles to the rotary. Take the second exit off the rotary – this is Nahatan Street. Follow Nahatan Street to downtown Norwood. Turn left onto Washington Street – the Norwood town common will be on your left at these lights.
Go through Norwood Center and at the third light, stay to the right, and continue onto Route 1A (Walpole Street). We are at 49 Walpole Street (on the right at the Winter Street lights) next to the Morrill Memorial Library. We have plenty of free parking out back.
Our satellite office is located south of Norwood Center, inside the Rama Athletic Club on Washington Street.
From I-95 north or south:
Take Route I-95 Exit 11B Neponset Street/Norwood. From Neponset Street turn left onto Dean Street.
Follow Dean Street for 1.5 miles. Turn right onto Washington Street. Travel for approximately a half mile to 920 Washington Street.
‘As I think back to first attending PT and being in so much pain, it’s amazing to see how much improvement I’ve made since then – all because of Teri and her dry needling technique! She truly is a gifted physical therapist and through dry needling and stretching activities, it’s been nothing short of a miracle that my daily health has been returned to me! Teri, Ginny, and the staff are exceptional therapists who genuinely want to see their patients improve to a full quality of life! I’m so grateful my doctor referred me to Teri! She and the other members of NPT provided the most wonderful care to me and I will always be forever grateful! If ever I need to return to PT it’s comforting to know, I’ll be in the best of hands!’
‘Teri’s demeanor was very calming and the process was much easier than I anticipated. She put 13 needles in my calf and ankle. A few felt like a small mosquito bite but most I did not feel at all…The outcome was that my pain level went from a 9 to a 1 in about two hours. It has not come back.’ – M.C.
‘After breaking my ankle in March of this year, having a surgical repair and enduring five weeks with crutches, I showed up for PT with Annie at Norwood PT. I was anxious about rehab because my job as a fitness instructor and yoga teacher took a big hit and I needed to get back to my life. I had lots of one on one time with Annie. She and the entire staff were kind, helpful, and pushed me just enough. I’m happy to say that today, five months later, I just finished a five mile run and could not be more appreciative of everyone at Norwood PT.’
‘My son is lucky to have Barbara as his PT and has benefitted from her knowledge and attention. She knows how to handle an athlete’s injuries. The staff are also quite helpful and the atmosphere is pleasant.’
‘I have been a patient at Norwood Physical Therapy since March 2017 through September 2017, receiving physical therapy treatment for a torn Achilles tendon. Michael Kane, MSPT, the owner of the clinic runs a great physical therapy operation. He and his entire staff have been professional and accommodating…They set me up with the proper exercises and worked with me letting me know if I was not doing them correctly. They also set the tone with friendly conversation asking about family and activities that were part of my life, showing that they care about each patient. I would recommend anyone who has physical therapy needs to look in to receiving therapy at Norwood Physical therapy.’
‘Thank you for your help with my sciatica issue while I travel for the MA/RI State Powerlifting Championship. I’m pleased to report that I medaled in the Masters Class and my weight class! I especially want to thank you for teaching me the “nerve glide” exercise… I do a few glides and am able to get the pain under control and get back to play. Thanks again for everything!’
‘Thank you all for helping me with my knees. I have made great progress and enjoyed working with everyone! I hope to be riding my bike again soon!’
‘I just want to thank you for everything you did for me while I was under your care at Norwood Physical Therapy. You were amazing, very warm, kind, and incredibly patient repeatedly fixing me so that I could continue my stubborn running. Thank you so much again for everything! I will truly miss seeing you all and will always recommend you to all my friends.’