Our specially trained therapists have advanced, hands-on skills that can help relieve your patient’s pain and get their injured muscles, tissues, and spinal structures moving again. Location Info
Leah Klein PT, DPT
Leah graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in May 2014 from Sage Graduate School. After graduation, Leah moved to Florida working in both an outpatient orthopedic clinic and with the pediatric population in a school setting . While in Florida, Leah worked with Crossfit athletes focusing on education on injury prevention and body mechanics. As a former soccer Division 1 college student-athlete, Leah as a passion for treating all orthopedic and sports conditions.
In addition to pediatrics and athletes, she likes treating all populations from geriatrics to post surgical patients.
Leah completed a clinical rotation with Thomas Nicolla Physical Therapy in 2013 and when she returned to the area in September 2019, she joined our team in the outpatient orthopedic clinic in Latham.
As a Clifton Park native, Leah is looking forward to being back in the area and is proud to be providing her expertise to the Capital Region. Outside of the clinic, Leah loves being active and spending time with her family and friends.
Kim Teter, MSPT
Kim graduated from Upstate Medical Center with her physical therapy degree. She is also a graduate of Purchase College receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts. She danced professionally with American Ballet Theatre and specializes in injury prevention and treatment of dancers, gymnasts and athletes. Kim has advanced certifications in gait analysis and orthotic fabrication, selective functional movement assessment (SFMA), treatment of the spine (Mackenzie), and soft tissue mobilization (IASTM). When not treating, Kim enjoys tennis, fitness and dance.
Briana McQueen PT, DPT
Briana attended SUNY New Paltz where she received her B.A in Biology with a minor in psychology. For her graduate education, she went to Sage Graduate Schools and graduated in 2019. During her time at Sage, Briana gained experience working with people of various ages and diagnosis through clinical education courses. To further her knowledge, Briana participated in research on Diabetes due to its high prevalence and the possible effect on quality of life it may have on patients she may encounter. Her systematic review The Effect of Aerobic Exercise on Fatigue in Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes was an accepted abstract at the WCPT Congress 2019 in Switzerland. Outside of work, you can find her hanging out with her sister who is also a physical therapist or trying to teach herself the acoustic guitar.
Kathryn Beauvais, MA, OT, CLT
Kate graduated with her Masters in Occupational Therapy in 1999 from NYU. After 3 years at the Rusk Institute for rehabilitation, Kate joined Thomas Nicolla in 2002. She has worked extensively in our hand and upper extremity clinic, and for the past 8 years, has been the supervisor of our Latham hand clinic. She has completed numerous continuing education coursework, most recently attending the Indiana Hand Center hand conference. When not working, Kate enjoys spending time with her family and friends.