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
Kelly Molina PT, DPT
Kelly joined our family in the fall of 2013 after moving from Florida to Upstate New York. She obtained a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science from Florida State University in 2010 where she was also a member of the FSU crew team. Kelly then went on to obtain her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami in 2013. While she was a student, her graduate work in Miami included helping rehab beached pilot whales in the Keys, as well as researching the correlation between balance and foot posture to the risk of injury in elite pitchers from the local Marlins MLB team. The study was published in Lower Extremity Review (LER) as well as the Journal of Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT). Kelly is certified in Sound Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (SASTM, Graston Technique) which is used to facilitate tissue healing, reduce tissue restrictions, and help break up scar tissue. Kelly is the current supervisor of our Latham facility. She treats a variety of orthopedic conditions in Latham while also working on balance and gait to facilitate return of function. Kelly is a die hard FSU fan and loves watching college football. Her hobbies include participating in outdoor activities, especially those activities that her dog can partake in, such as hiking and snow shoeing. Other activities that she enjoys are downhill skiing, volleyball, and softball.
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.
Kyle McKeighan PT, DPT
Kyle joined the therapy team in Latham after graduating with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Ithaca College in 2016. During his time at Ithaca he was a member of the wrestling team and minored in nutrition. While completing his graduate work, Kyle was part of a research team that studied the relationship between a number of rehabilitation exercises and their effect on multifidus activation in the lumbar spine. This study was accepted by the APTA to be presented at the 2017 Combined Sections Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. Kyle also has previous experience as a personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach, working with high school and college athletes as well as non-athletic and elderly populations. His therapy interests include treating orthopedic conditions related to the spine, hip, and shoulder. Outside of work Kyle enjoys hiking in the Adirondacks, weight training, and reading and playing 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.