Kelly Dyke, DPT
For more than 15 years, Kelly has had the pleasure of serving as a physical therapist. She graduated from UMass Lowell with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology in 2001, and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2004.
Kelly also completed a one year P.T. Residency at the Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy in 2007. Through experience and advanced training in her residency year she has developed advanced analytical and manual treatment skills. Kelly has taken many continuing education courses including the Graston treatment technique, therapeutic kineseotaping, as well as foot and ankle courses.
Outside of work she stays active with a local running group and volunteers at a yoga studio. She loves to incorporate yoga principles into her patients’ treatment plans.
Keith Levesque DPT, OCS
Keith wanted to become a doctor throughout his childhood. However, following an ankle injury during his sophomore year playing varsity soccer and subsequent treatment in physical therapy he decided to pursue a career as a therapist. He graduated in 2003 from a five-year accelerated program earning a Master of Science in Physical Therapy at Ithaca College, NY. His two main concentrations during this time were orthopedics and sports medicine.
He actively continues to pursue educational opportunities over the course of his career. Since the first years of practice, Keith specialized in lower extremity biomechanics. Keith tested and became a Board-Certified Specialist in Orthopedics in 2007. He is certified in both dry needling and Graston Technique. In 2016 he successfully earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Northeastern University.
When not working Keith lives an active lifestyle by playing in three soccer leagues, running road races, hiking with his dogs and snowshoeing/snowboarding during the winter months. Following his own experience of PT allowing him to return to sport, he is proud to successfully rehabilitate patients to return to participation in their passions.
Joanne “Jody” Coiro, PT
Jody graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BS degree in Physical Therapy in 1981. She moved back to Boston and worked at the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital and then Brigham and Women’s Hospital. After rotating through several PT hospital therapy settings, she became manager of the Acute Rehabilitation Unit at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She has worked at both of our clinics for over 20 years.
She became interested in Physical Therapy when her gymnastic coach encouraged her to explore the career. She enjoys seeing a variety of orthopedic and general medicine conditions. Her PT interests include fall risk and balance/reconditioning programs, pre/post-surgical treatment orthopedic therapy as well as ankle/foot conditions. Her treatment objective is that through comprehensive treatment and education, patients can return to their optimum fitness level. She has completed numerous continuing education courses with a concentration in shoulder and foot rehabilitation. She is certified in Graston technique and trained in kineseotaping.
Jody loves hosting and socializing with family and friends. In her free time she enjoys traveling, reading, nature walks and most recently pickle ball. She is a member of the APTA.
Keith O’Hara, PT
Keith O’Hara is the director of the Drum Hill Physical and Sports Therapy clinic in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in sports and exercise science from the University of Buffalo in 1989, he went on to earn a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from D’Youville College in 1992.
Keith has taken advantage of numerous continuing education courses to increase his knowledge base for the treatment of spine, foot, shoulder, ankle, and knee injuries or dysfunctions. He utilizes his impressive experience and education to serve his special interest in treating sports injuries.
When not in the office, Keith enjoys spending time with family and friends. He stays physically active with working out, hiking, mountain biking and skiing.
Heidi Halko, PTA
Heidi earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Movement Science at Westfield State College in 2004. She then continued her education at Franklin Pierce University, where she earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Heidi has brought her enthusiasm and compassion in treating patients of all ages since 2004
Her clinical interests include sport and overuse injuries, total joint replacement, gait dysfunction and posture assessment. Heidi attends orthopedic clinical education courses. She is a Graston Technique provider.
Heidi enjoys spending time with her family and dogs at Lake Winnipesaukee. She lives an active lifestyle including Barre classes, running, hiking and boating.