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The Team


Britt Smith



Britt is a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy with an orthopedic and manual therapy focus. She received her doctorate degree from Northeastern University. Britt has a strong interest in manual therapy with the main goal to restore optimal and efficient function. Her combination of clinical experience and education uniquely qualifies her to provide a multifaceted approach to injury management and prevention.

Britt utilizes a combination of skills such as soft tissue mobilization, therapeutic stretching, joint mobilization, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), corrective exercise, resistive strength training, and non-manual techniques learned from the Postural Restoration Institute (PRI). Combining these techniques has produced undeniable results in providing pain relief, improvement in functional muscle length and activation, joint range of motion, improvement of static and dynamic posture, and most importantly, efficient functional mobility.

Britt is an active pursuant of continuing education. She has completed courses in the fields of Functional Manual Therapy (FMT), Breast Cancer Rehabilitation, Dry Needling through Myopain Seminars, and has become a Certified Functional Strength Coach (CFSC). Furthering her education, Britt has also completed a 3-month didactic Residency Program in Propioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) at the Kaiser Permanente Rehabilitation Center. She has also completed an intensive 135-hour program to become a Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT), allowing her to administer Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD).

Megan Brenneck



Megan is a of the Physical Therapy Assistant program at North Shore Community College and a graduate of the Cortiva Institute where she obtained her License in Massage Therapy. Shortly after, she completed Tom Karis’ Orthopedic Massage Therapist Certification course motivating her to focus her massage style on injury management and facilitating postural efficiency. Megan also specializes in Prenatal and Postpartum Massage and has a passion for treating and managing the musculoskeletal changes that occur throughout and after pregnancy.

Megan is a Certified Personal Trainer through ISSA, and a Certified Functional Strength Coach (CFSC) through Mike Boyle's Strength & Conditioning (MBSC). She has taken continuing education courses in Functional Manual Therapy (FMT) with the Institute of Physical Art (IPA), the Postural Restoration Institute (PRI), Tom Myers' Anatomy Trains, and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation with Herman & Wallace. She has also completed a 50-hour training in the application of Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) with the Klose Institute.

Megan has a true passion for treating common and complex musculoskeletal issues utilizing manual therapy and exercise. She believes in educating patients about their bodies and how to help movement become more fluid and efficient through open communication and dialogue. Megan strives to deliver tailored treatment sessions for her patients based on their specific and oftentimes complex individual needs. 

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Khaleela Willinham


Khaleela is a 2021 graduate of the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at Simmons University. Upon licensure, she began specializing in treatment of the pelvic floor and is currently studying to sit for the Women’s Health Clinical Specialist (WCS) Board Certification exam. While she is most passionate about assisting patients to overcome a variety of pelvic health conditions, Khaleela also loves working with patients recovering from orthopedic injuries, post-op rehabilitation, older adults, and anyone striving to optimize their functional performance. 


Eternally in pursuit of continuing education, Khaleela has completed courses in Dry Needling, Cervicothoracic Manipulation, Lumbosacral Manipulation, Lower Extremity Sports Rehabilitation, Intrapartum and Obstetric Considerations, and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation through the Herman and Wallace Institute. She has experience in outpatient pelvic health, outpatient orthopedic, inpatient oncologic, aquatic therapy, and home health settings.


Multiple adventitious circumstances led Khaleela to become a Pelvic PT, but central to all of them is her determination to empower patients to help themselves. She is intentional about fitting patients with exercises that are not only targeted toward their goals, but realistic to their lifestyles. Many pelvic floor conditions are tied to stress or environmental factors, and her holistic approach incorporates behavioral change and a referral network of inclusive providers to help address symptoms and their underlying origins. With a combination of movement, manual therapy, strengthening, and education she believes every patient can learn the skills they need to live full, functional, and rewarding lives

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