Nashua

Overview

Apple Therapy, Nashua is conveniently located on the second floor of the Riverside Medical building above the NH Orthopedic Center. Our Nashua practice is home to five therapists including Clinic Director, Lynn Novier. 

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17 Riverside Street

Suite 203

Nashua, NH 03062

Phone: 603-889-0177

Fax: 603-889-0176

hours

Monday: 6am-8pm

Tuesday: 6am-8pm

Wednesday: 6am-8pm

Thursday: 6am-8pm

Friday: 6am-5pm

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meet the Nashua staff

Lynn Novier, Otr, cht, clt

Clinic Director

Lynn has been with Apple Therapy since 2002 when she came onboard as Clinic Director.  Outside of work, Lynn can be found enjoying her time biking, running, swimming, and hiking. 

Lynn uses an eclectic approach to treatment, generally working with the whole body. She believes the best approach to manage orthopedic injuries is with intelligent movement coupled with skilled, manual therapy for a functional return to all activities in life.

Bachelor of Science, Occupational Therapy, Florida International University, 1987. 

Hand Therapy
Vodder Trained Lymphatic Drainage
Polestar trained Advanced Pilates
John Barnes trained Myofascial Release
Graston Technique
Myofascial Release
Trigger Point Dry Needling
Hand Rehabilitation
Manual Therapy
Modality Treatment
Post Rehab Conditioning
Pilates
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Complete Decongestive Therapy
American Society of Hand Therapists (ASHT)
New England Hand Society (NEHS)
New Hampshire Occupational Therapists Association (NHOT)

shad hansen, MPT, OCS

Physical Therapist

Shad has been with Apple Therapy since 2015. Shad heads up the Bike Fitting program offered in Nashua. Prior to his move from CA to NH in 2003, he worked with professional athletes. Shad’s areas of clinical and research interest are post-operational orthopedic rehabilitation, rehabilitation for cyclists and triathletes, and rehabilitation for soccer injuries.

Shad’s interest in pursuing this career was sparked through his own rehabilitation from injuries when he was in elementary and high school. Outside of work, Shad enjoys playing and coaching soccer, competing in Ironman Triathlons, snow skiing, and spending time with his wife and their three active kids. 

Master of Physical Therapy, Andrews University, 1997.
Orthopedics Certified Specialist (OCS)
Pilates for Rehabilitation
Graston Technique
Trigger Point Dry Needling
Manual Therapy
Running Gait Analysis
Bike Fitting
Pilates

stacie towle, DPT

Physical Therapist

Stacie has been with Apple Therapy since 2012. Her areas of clinical and research interest include injury prevention and rehabilitation for athletes – especially lower extremities and shoulder, vestibular rehabilitation, concussion syndrome, pregnancy and post-partum strengthening. 

When asked what sparked her interest in pursuing this career, Stacie answered, “I wanted a career in which I could make a difference in people’s lives. In high school, I had the opportunity to shadow a PT and there was a 12-year old boy that was combative with PT, but he responded really well to working with me. With this experience, I realized this would be a rewarding career”. She loves being able to inspire positive changes in her patients and assist them in the journey of returning to doing what they love to do. Outside of work, Stacie enjoys spending time with her family and their dog. She loves to travel, hike, ski, run, and to spend time at the beach. 

Bachelor of Science, Exercise Physiology, UMass Lowell, 2005.
Doctorate, Physical Therapy, UMass Lowell, 2008.
Basic CPR
APTA Credential Clinical Instructor
Graston Technique
Trigger Point Dry Needling
Vestibular Rehabilitation
Post-Concussion Rehabilitation
Manual Therapy
Modality Treatment
Taping techniques
Vestibular Rehabilitation
Post-concussion Syndrome
Maitland Manual Therapy Technique

matt modelane, dpt

Physical Therapist 

Matt has been with Apple Therapy since 2013. His areas of clinical and research interests include using the multi-modal approach for the treatment of all musculoskeletal conditions. Matt’s interests also include working with cyclists, young athletes, and individuals with persistent pain. 

Matt was active in athletics throughout his academic career; it was through his athletic participation that Matt found an interest in the field of physical therapy. Outside of work, Matt enjoys cooking as well as staying active with competitive road cycling, playing hockey, football, and any other sport.

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Franklin Pierce University, 2013. 

Active Release Technique
Trigger Point Dry Needling
Manual Therapy
Work Conditioning
Instrument-assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
Spinal Manipulation
Functional Movement Assessment
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT)

Casey Hall

Physical Therapy Assistant

Casey has been with Apple Therapy since 2018. His areas of clinical interest and expertise are rehabilitation for athletes and the general population. 

Casey has always been interested in physical fitness and had sights at one point to become a trainer. After sustaining an injury and going to physical therapy, he decided he wanted to pursue helping with recovery and prevention of an injury. Outside of work, Casey likes to spend time with his family and train Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. 

Associates, Physical Therapist Assistant, RVCC, 2012
Graston technique, Myofascial Release, and Kinesio Taping
Graston Technique Myofascial Release Vestibular Rehabilitation Post-concussion Rehabilitation Manual Therapy Pilates

mia neas, 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
Splinting

American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)

In the Office

angela lemieux

Office Manager

Angela has been with Apple Therapy since 2013. As the Office Manager, she is responsible for the scheduling and triaging of patient appointments, checking patients in and out, ensuring proper payment collection and accurate health records. Angela also works with insurance companies and providers to maintain all required authorizations and referrals. 

Outside of work, Angela spends her free time with her family and friends. She loves to go to the beach, camping, to concerts, and the movies. She also loves crafting, painting, and baking. 

patty leone

Administrative Assistant

Patty has been with Apple Therapy since 2018. As the office administrative assistant, she is responsible for checking patients in and out, collecting and recording patient payments, updating patient information, retrieving patient files, and the ordering and distribution of office supplies. 

Outside of work, Patty enjoys time with her family and her two dogs, Cindy Lou and Bella. You can also expect to find her walking, reading, and volunteering at her church. 

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