Apple Therapy Bedford is conveniently located above New Hampshire Orthopedic Center in the Bedford Medical Park – on the second floor of Building 9. The largest of our six practices, Bedford is home to eight therapists including Clinic Director, Scott Mercier.




9 Washington Place
Suite 202
Bedford, NH 03110
Phone: 603-626-5077
Fax: 603-626-5076


Monday: 7am-7pm

Tuesday: 7am-7pm

Wednesday: 7am-7pm

Thursday: 7am-7pm

Friday: 7am-4pm

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Meet the Bedford staff

Scott Mercier, MPT

Clinic Director

Scott has been with Apple Therapy since he was hired as a therapist in 2001; in 2005, Scott was promoted to Clinic Director. Having always been into sports along with overall health and fitness, Scott’s interest in pursuing physical therapy as a career was quite natural. Outside of work, Scott enjoys staying active and keeping fit as well as coaching lacrosse.

Master of Physical Therapy, California State University, Fullerton, 1997.

Dry Needling
Manipulative Therapy
McKenzie Method

Graston Technique
Trigger Point Dry Needling
Manual Therapy
Post-Rehab Conditioning

American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)

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TJ Chandonnet, MPT

Physical Therapist

TJ has been with Apple Therapy since 2001. His areas of clinical and research interest are around Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT). Exposure to the field due to sports-related injuries led TJ to pursue this career.

Outside of work, TJ enjoys to bike and play hockey.

Bachelor of Science, Biology.
Masters, Physical Therapy.

Spinal Manipulation Therapy
Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy

Graston Technique
Trigger Point Dry Needling
Manual Therapy
Modality Treatment
Post-rehab conditioning

Sandy Eaton, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Sandy has been with Apple Therapy since 2002. Her clinical and research interests are in the areas of rehabilitation for athletes.

When asked why she chose to pursue this career, Sandy answered “When I was deciding what I wanted to do in the medical field, I had family members who needed PT.  After seeing what they did, it inspired me to pursue PT”. Outside of work, Sandy enjoys kayaking and going to the beach – especially Cape Cod. In the winter, although she’s not a big fan of the season – you can occasionally find her snowshoeing.

Associate of Science, Physical Therapist Assistant, Endicott College, 1997.

Physical Therapist Assistant

Graston Technique
Manual Therapy
Modality Treatment

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Lisa Mazzini

Physical Therapist

Information coming soon!

Education information coming soon.

Certification information coming soon.

Specialized treatments coming soon.

Mia Ness, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist

Mia has been with Apple Therapy since June, 2020. Her areas of clinical and research interest are broad; whether it’s the benefits of one approach compared to another, different therapy strategies, modalities, protocols… there are many!

When asked what sparked her interest in pursuing this career, Mia answered, “I have been interested in occupational therapy since high school – I always loved helping and connecting with people. I knew I wanted to help people overcome barriers and I have always been interested in the musculoskeletal system along with how our bodies work each and everyday”. Outside of work, Mia can be found exploring her new home of NH – she enjoys soccer, basketball, tennis, and running, as well as spending time with family and friends.

Master of Science, Occupational Therapy, University of New Hampshire, 2019.

Occupational Therapist, Registered, Licensed.

Hand Rehabilitation
Manual Therapy
Modality Treatment

American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)

Carol Lewis, OTR, OT/L, CHT, CLT

Occupational Therapist

Carol has been with Apple Therapy since 2006; she is a Certified Hand Therapist and board certified in upper extremity rehabilitation. Carol treats chronic, acute, and post-surgical orthopedic injuries. She was inspired to pursue the field of occupational therapy by her desire to help her clients regain function after an illness or injury.

Outside of work, you can find her on the slopes in the winter as she loves to ski and even works as a ski patroller. In the warmer seasons, she can be found in her garden.

Bachelor of Science, Occupational Therapy, State University of New York, Buffalo.

Occupational Therapist
Certified Hand Therapist
Certified Lymphedema Therapist

Graston Technique
Active Release Technique
Dry Needling
Upper Extremity and Hand Rehabilitation
Manual Therapy
Modality Treatment
Complete Decongestive Therapy for Lymphedema including care of those with breast cancer, head/neck cancer.

American Society of Hand Therapists (ASHT)

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