Wolcott Staff

Kevin Huber, MSPT

Kevin Huber, MSPT

kevin@physicaltherapyct.com

Education:
University of Hartford, Physical Therapy 1999
Quinnipiac University, Masters of Physical Therapy 2007

Specialized Training and Advanced Certifications:
Functional Movement Systems Certification

Kevin graduated from the University of Hartford in 1999 Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelors in Science in Physical Therapy. He was elected into the Alpha Chi Honor Society while at Hartford. He then completed his Masters in Physical therapy at Quinnipiac University with a focus on orthopedics in 2007. He graduated with a GPA of 3.92. Throughout his career, Kevin has worked at orthopedic and sports physical therapy. He specializes in treatment of high school and collegiate athletes as well at those with age-related issues. He has attended multiple continuing education courses focusing on both operative and non-operative rehabilitation techniques. He also has trained at the Andrews Institute under the world-renowned Dr. James Andrews. He has assisted in the development of baseball specific rehabilitation protocols and is currently implementing a Functional Movement Screening program in area high schools to help reduce injury in high school athletes.


Pam Hubert, PT, DPT, ATC

Pam Hubert, PT, DPT, ATC

pam@physicaltherapyct.com

Education:
Quinnipiac University, Athletic Training 2009
Quinnipiac University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy 2013

Specialized Training and Advanced Certifications:Certified SpiderTech Taping Practitioner
Graston Technique Practitioner
ImPACT Trained Physical Therapist

Areas of Special Interest:
Vertigo
Vestibular Disorders
Concussions

Dr. Hubert attended Quinnipiac University from 2005-2013 graduating with her bachelors in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine in 2009 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in January 2013. While pursuing her DPT, she served as Associate Athletic Trainer at Cheshire Academy and graduate assistant Athletic Trainer at Quinnipiac University. As part of her doctoral research project with Quinnipiac University, Pam worked alongside lymphedema specialist’s trailing kinesiology tape in the management of lymphedema. The research was accepted by the National Lymphedema Network and American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting for presentation. Pam also specializes in the treatment of vertigo, vestibular disorders, and management of head injuries after concussions.


Lawrence

Jason Lawrence, DPT

Jason@physicaltherapyct.com

Education:
Central Connecticut State University, BS in exercise science and health promotion 2015
University of Hartford, Doctorate of Physical Therapy 2019

Specialized Training and Advanced Certifications:
SFMA Level 1 & 2 Certified

Areas of Special Interest:
Lower extremity injuries
Spine
Rehabilitation of the aging population

Dr. Lawrence graduated from University of Hartford in 2019 with his doctorate degree in physical therapy.  While completing his education he also completed a clinical affiliation in our Torrington office learning from Kevin Smith. Following graduation he began his career at advanced physical therapy. He has a passion for working with the aging population and helping people to continue to maintain healthy mobility as they age. 


Erika

Erica O’Keefe, DPT, OCS

ericao@physicaltherapyct.com

Education:
University of Hartford, Doctorate of Physical Therapy 2010

Specialized Training and Advanced Certifications:
American Boards of Physical Therapy Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedics

Dr. O’Keefe graduated from the University of Hartford Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s in Health Science in 2008. Erica continued her studies at the University of Hartford and received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in2010. Erica completed an Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency program at Sacred Heart University from 2015 through 2016. She is a board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association. Erica also recently presented at the Connecticut Physical Therapy Association (CPTA) Fall Conference in 2016: Incorporating Manual Therapy, Therapeutic Exercise, and Neuromuscular Reeducation using Redcord Based Theory in the Management of Shoulder Pain. She is excited to join the Advanced Physical Therapy team and pursue her love of orthopedic physical therapy.


Taylor Pearsall, ATC

Taylor Pearsall, ATC

taylor@physicaltherapyct.com

Education:
Lynchburg College, Bachelors of Science Sports Athletic Training, 2015

Taylor attended Lynchburg College from 2011-2015, graduating with her Bachelors in Athletic Training with a minor in Spanish in 2015.  Suring her time at Lynchburg, Taylor covered sports including field hockey, women’s soccer, women’s lacrosse, along with completing 2 rotations in a secondary school setting.  While at Lynchburg, she also performed research in hydration testing.  Before joining APT, Taylor worked at Rehab Associates of Central Virginia and Eastern Montgomery High School.  Taylor is a Certified Athletic Trainer through the Board of Certification and a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association.