Kelly Toler has been a practicing Physical Therapist in the state of New Hampshire for more than 20 years. She is also a Vodder Certified Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapist and Reiki Master.
Kelly has advanced training in myofascial mobilization, craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation and orthopedics. She also has extensive experience working with patients with sports injuries and chronic pain. Her expertise also includes treating patients with muscle injury, swelling and lymphedema, particularly breast cancer survivors.
Kelly began her career at Parkland Medical Center in Derry, NH, where for 10 years she was a staff therapist and PT Coordinator for Cardiac Rehabilitation. She assisted with the development of many new programs including Cardiac Rehab phase II, III and IV, Pre/Post mastectomy programs, and the lymphedema program which is still in operation today.
Today, Kelly operates her private physical therapy practice in Bow, NH, Progressive Therapy Services, where she treats her patients from a comprehensive, total body approach, blending Traditional Physical Therapy with a more Holistic approach. She works closely with her patients to address their unique goals, whether that means relieving pain, improving mobility or returning to a sport. She is dedicated to helping patients regain a pain-free, fully functional life.
Megan Tepper has been practicing Physical Therapy since 2011, but has been involved and in tune with human anatomy for a long time. She graduated from Franklin Pierce University where she obtained her Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology and played college ice hockey. After graduation, she was accepted into P.T. school, but decided to pursue the working world and establish increased insight into the inner workings of the medical field.
She worked in a large medical facility as a patient care coordinator, medical assistant, MRI assistant, Arthrogram assistant and surgical scheduler. During this time, Megan’s passion for Physical Therapy grew. She returned to grad school and graduated in 2011 from Franklin Pierce and has been avidly working in the field since then.
During her clinical rotations and work experiences, Megan has spent time with various populations having a wide range of diagnoses. She has a strong background in orthopedics, total joints, spine and vestibular and uses a varied approach to treatment by using her knowledge of traditional techniques combined with a hands on/manual approach. She is also trained in Dry-Needling.
Megan was born and raised in New Hampshire. She returned home, after a travel stint, to raise her family. Outside of work, you can find her chasing after her two children, whether that be in an ice rink, swimming pool or down a mountain.
Courtney Boudreau is our office manager.
She is the person to call if you have any questions about our treatments or services.
She is always ready to answer any questions about your insurance coverage and billing.
She will also help you schedule your appointments.