Riverside Physical Therapy Hampton

At Riverside Physical Therapy Hampton, our passion is helping you recover safely and completely. Our programs are designed with your individual needs in mind, and we seek to help you regain as much strength and functionality as possible following an injury, illness or stay in a rehabilitation center.

Physical Therapy Services

  • Orthopedic
  • Neurological
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Manual therapy
  • Myofascial therapy
  • Worker's compensation
  • Neck and back pain
  • Dry needling therapy
  • SI joint and pelvic asymmetry
  • Balance/fall prevention
  • Spinal traction (decompression)
  • Lymphedema therapy
  • Vestibular therapy
  • Pelvic floor/incontinence
  • Sports rehabilitation
  • Dartfish running analysis
  • Wellness and injury prevention

Occupational Therapy Services

  • Upper extremity rehabilitation
  • Hand therapy
  • ADL and fine motor training
  • Custom splint fabrication
  • Community/work reintegration training


Scheduling 757-251-2190
Office 757-251-2190
Fax 757-224-2024

Please call for appointment times and hours of operation.

Want to know more about our therapists and staff? Meet Our Team - Hampton!

Kathleen Gleason, PT

Kathleen Andrew, PT, DPT

Kathleen graduated from Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2019. She gained extensive experience with geriatric patient population, treating medically complex patients with in-home care before transitioning to Riverside. She continues to enjoy working with medically complex populations, including a special interest in participating in the management of patients with Ehlers-Danlos and other hypermobility spectrum disorders, as well as POTS, long COVID, and other dysautonomic disorders.

Outside of work, she enjoys getting in over her head with home renovation projects, working in the yard, spending time with her husband, traveling, hiking, and trying out new outdoor activities or crafts.



Britney Bostick PT, DPT, OCS, AIB-VR

Britney graduated with a physical therapy doctorate in 2013 and has worked in outpatient orthopedics ever since. She obtained orthopedic specialist certification in 2020 through the APTA, as well as vestibular rehabilitation certification in 2019 with the American Balance Institute. She has experience with various orthopedic treatment techniques such as McKenzie, Mulligan, muscle energy techniques, cupping, and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization. She began taking Herman & Wallace classes in 2019, initially integrating what she’s learned within the orthopedic population. She began her journey with Riverside in January 2022, where her focus has become pelvic floor rehabilitation.

Britney’s professional philosophy is to create a partnership with her patients to develop the best plan of care for them to achieve their goals. She loves utilizing my orthopedic manual skills in conjunction with pelvic floor rehabilitation, especially with helping a ntepartum and postpartum patients manage chronic pain. She’s an avid yoga fan and enjoy integrating holistic techniques to improve pain management.


Allyson Dye, LPTA

Allyson Dye, LPTA

Allyson grew up in Poquoson, where she was a student athletic trainer and decided to pursue a career in physical therapy. After high school, she attended George Mason University. She continued with student athletic training and graduated in 2003 with a B.S. in Psychology. Allyson then went on to receive her A.A.S in Physical Therapist Assistant from Tidewater Community College, graduating Manga Cum Laude. Her background in physical therapy includes post-op, core and postural stabilization, returning to sport/activities and aquatics. Allyson holds certifications in Hydro-Pilates and Rock Tape. Outside of the clinic, Allyson enjoys spending time with her family, especially watching baseball. She also serves on the board of a local little league and school parent-teacher organizations.


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Erika Ferry, PT, DPT

Erika earned her BS in Exercise Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Old Dominion University. Since graduating from ODU, Erika has worked in an outpatient setting joining Riverside in 2011. Her passion is vestibular rehabilitation. Erika feels honored to be able to help patients improve their overall function through individualized treatment plans. When Erika is not in the clinic, she loves spending time with her husband and two children.


Leah Frazier, PT

Leah Frazier, PT, DPT, CLT-ALM, LMT

Leah has lived in Virginia since 1992 after regularly travelling as a child of a military family. She graduated from Christopher Newport University with a degree in Biology in 1999. Leah later completed her graduate education at Hampton University, earning a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings to include skilled nursing, acute care, home health, in-patient rehab, and outpatient settings. Leah is currently part of the lymphedema specialty team at Riverside’s outpatient clinic in Hampton after receiving her certification, and advanced certification from the Academy of Lymphatic Studies in July 2016. She is also experienced in wound care. In her spare time, she loves to spend time with her family, traveling, crafting, and watching true crime stories.


Elizabeth Gray, OT

Liz Gray, OT

Liz is a Hampton Roads native who earned her B.S. in Health Studies from James Madison University (JMU) in 2011. She attended Tidewater Community College and obtained her A.A.S. in Occupational Therapy Assistant. She worked as an outpatient occupational therapy assistant from 2015-2017 with Riverside. She returned to JMU to obtain a Masters of Occupational Therapy. She returned to Riverside as an Occupational Therapist. She enjoys treating upper extremity conditions and helping individuals return to their daily life and favored hobbies. She loves to spend time with her husband and family. Her favorite travel destinations involve the mountains to hike. Her other favored activities are to work out and spend time with her cat and rabbit.


Sean Hercules, LPTA

Sean Hercules, LPTA

Sean is a graduate of the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Riverside College of Health Careers. Since graduation Sean has worked in the outpatient therapy setting, with a strong interest in orthopedic and sport injuries. In his free time Sean enjoys going the beach, fishing, playing golf, and spending time with his family and friends. He is an avid fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers and will be found in front the TV all Sunday during football season.


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Steve Herman, OTR, Clinical Coordinator

Steve completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Mississippi and earned his Masters of Science at Shenandoah University in 2001. He is a Certified Hand Therapist and has been with Riverside since 2001. He is married to his wonderful wife, Katie, and is the father of three children: Steven, Maddie, and Andrew. Outside of the clinic, Steve enjoys soccer golf, and fly fishing.


Kristy Kelly, PT

Kristy Kelly, PT, DPT

Kristy M. Kelly holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree (2011) from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. She received her Functional Dry Needling training levels 1 & 2 through Kinetacore; and has been actively dry needling since 2015. Kristy continued to advance her education in Functional Dry Needling with completion of Functional Dry Needling Specialist (through Evidence in motion) in 2020. Kristy’s educational background and experience include osteopathic techniques through Great Lakes Seminars, World of Hurt: Chronic Pain, McKenzie Institute training and is a 200 hour certified Hot Yoga/Vinyasa instructor. Kristy had a significant back injury in 2014 and through dry needling treatment and therapy she was able to regain her active lifestyle and manage pain. Kristy’s goal is to have her patients get back to the life they want to live!


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Amy McAllister PT, CIMT, CLT

Amy is originally from Upstate New York where she attended Upstate Medical University in Syracuse and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Master of Professional Studies in Physical Therapy in 1999. She has provided rehabilitation for geriatrics, adults, and adolescents in the states of New York, Kentucky, Washington, Maryland, and Virginia.

Amy has extensive experience working in the outpatient orthopedic setting where she has been committed to improving the quality of life for others with various orthopedic deficits, athletic injuries, spinal and neurological disorders, and lymphedema conditions. Amy specializes in orthopedics and is a certified integrated manual therapist where she received her certification from Great Lakes Seminars in March 2018. Amy also enjoys utilizing her manual therapy skills while serving on the lymphedema team at Riverside after receiving her certification from the Academy of Lymphatic Studies in June 2019.

Amy additionally loves spending time outside of work with her three daughters and husband. She remains active with running, hiking, traveling, volunteering in the community, and enjoying outdoor adventure.

Edward Miller, LPTA

Edward Miller, LPTA

Edward has been a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistance since 2020. He has been a local of Hampton Roads for his entire life. Edward's passion for PT began when he first started volunteering and seeing the happiness on the faces of patients when they've achieved their personal goals. He graduated from ECPI University's Medical Careers Institute where he received an Associates Degree in Physical Therapy. Edward enjoys helping people and assisting in helping them improve their quality of life through conservative treatments. Edward's hobbies include spending time with family and friends as well as traveling whenever possible.


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Cheryl Monroe, PT

Cheryl graduated from Norfolk State University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and earned a post graduate degree from Old Dominion University in Physical Therapy. Her professional career includes experience in the acute care, skilled rehab, long term care, home health and outpatient physical therapy settings. Cheryl has worked with a large patient population with orthopedic, neurological, spinal cord, sports and work related injuries. She has continued her professional training by attending courses for McKenzie therapy, Functional Capacity, and various other orthopedic conditions. Cheryl believes in building sound professional relationships by listening, empowering, educating and encouraging her clients as they seek to achieve optimal physical and functional performance.


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Lisa Motter, PT, ATC

Lisa has provided extensive rehabilitation services in New York, Florida, Washington, D.C. and Virginia for over 25 years. She received her Physical Therapy degree from the University of Vermont and Certification in Athletic Training from the National Athletic Trainers Association. Her experiences include providing therapy services to professional and college athletes and adults with orthopedic and neuromuscular conditions. She is a hands-on therapist and uses several forms of manual therapy to improve pain free mobility and maximize return to function. She has a strong interest in shoulder girdle and spinal dysfunctions and designs individualized treatment plans with a focus on correcting postural deficits and muscle imbalances. She believes the clinician-patient relationship is key to maximizing performance. Her past experiences as a college basketball player and amateur bike racer exposed her to the benefits of team sports and the importance of communication in the rehabilitation process. In her free time Lisa enjoys concerts, hiking, and spending time with family.

Kegan Murphy, OT, CHT

Kegan Murphy, OT, CHT

Kegan is a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) who has been a practicing Occupational Therapist since 2019. He is originally from Nebraska, receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Health & Fitness Studies from Nebraska Wesleyan University. He then got his Doctorate of Occupational Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis. He has a special interest in treating post-op orthopedic injuries as well as conservative treatment. Evaluation and treatments include: splint fabrication, wound care, exercise programs, manual therapy, neuromuscular re-education, and work hardening. His hobbies include hiking, spending time with family and friends, guitar, exploring the local area, and going to the beach.

Brittany Reed, PT

Brittany Reed, PT, LPTA

Brittany has lived in Virginia and worked for Riverside for the last 14 years. She enjoys spending her free time outdoors hiking or mountain biking. Brittany finds assisting patients on their personal journey to recovery and restoring their quality of life to be greatly rewarding.

Brittany’s specializations include: Biofeedback Heart Rate Variability Certified (HRV): HRV biofeedback training is designed to improve one’s ability to self-regulate their Autonomic Nervous System. Various conditions such as chronic pain, stress, PTSD, and anxiety can trigger an imbalance of the body’s sympathetic response. This can lead to a state of persistent hypervigilance, exhaustion and decreased function. Biofeedback training assists patients to learn ways to optimize their health with improved resilience, recovery, and performance.

Corrective Exercise Specialist: Proper postural alignment, mechanics, and exercise technique are important for prevention of and recovery from injury. Brittany provides patients with education, while reinforcing proper quality and mechanics during the rehabilitation process.
LSVT: LSVT BIG is a structured, individually tailored approach to teach patient’s how to manage the physical limitations and loss of function due to the progression of Parkinson’s Disease. LSVT BIG is an intensive and effective one-on-one treatment which is provided by a certified clinician.

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Lauren Sabatini, PT, DPT, SCS

Lauren Sabatini received a bachelor’s degree in Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise from Virginia Tech before obtaining her Doctor of Physical Therapy from VCU. She completed the Riverside Sports Residency program and is board certified as a Sports Clinical Specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. Lauren played volleyball in high school, but it was her time working as a student athletic trainer with the Virginia Tech football team that led her to become a physical therapist. Since graduating PT school, she has worked in the outpatient therapy setting with a strong interest in orthopedic and sports injuries.

Lauren grew up in a military family, moving every few years, before finally landing in Hampton Roads. After school, Lauren moved back to the Tidewater region to be closer to the beach.


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Thomas Weniger, PT, DPT

Thomas is a graduate of The College of William and Mary, where he majored in Kinesiology and Health Sciences. He received his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Florida Gulf Coast University. Thomas enjoys rooting for the Philadelphia 76ers, the music of Ray Charles, and kickball.