Meet The Team

Sustain Physical Therapy And Performance

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Dr. Adam Babcock PT, DPT

Owner, Physical Therapist, Performance Trainer

After graduating from Northeastern University in 2016, Adam has gained experience in numerous settings, treating and training clients of all levels, from beginners to Olympic athletes.

Adam aims to foster confidence in exercise and movement through a well-rounded lifestyle approach, with transparency and long-term solutions at the forefront. Adam puts care into making each session about you as a full human: injuries, personal goals, and a touch of humor when you really need to hear it.

Outside of the clinic, you can find Adam finding any sport or activity to stay moving, often accompanied by his son, Miles and pup, Reuben.

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Dr. Kyle Schultz, PT, DPT, CSCS

Physical Therapist, Strength Coach

Upon completing his collegiate basketball career, Kyle became fascinated with the human body and its innate ability to perform, recover, heal, and adapt. This sparked his passion to partner strength and conditioning with rehab medicine to facilitate a comprehensive approach to helping athletes and weekend warriors alike return to the activities they love. Prior joining Sustained, Kyle worked as a strength and conditioning coach helping athletes achieve their performance goals.

Earning his DPT from Boston University, Kyle approaches patient care with a holistic, movement-driven lens to ensure clients feel confident and prepared to return to their activities at a higher level than ever before. He strives to empower his patients through 1-on-1, patient focused care to deliver lasting results.

When not in the clinic, Kyle enjoys hiking and camping with his wife, Morgan, and Golden Retriever, Oakley. An avid skier and cyclist, he always enjoys learning about new places to explore across New England.

Dr. Stephanie Ballis, PT, DPT, CSCS, BSPTS L1

Physical Therapist, Strength Coach
Stephanie earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Emory University. She chose a career in Physical Therapy because she felt it was the one that targeted mental and physical well-being simultaneously.
Stephanie specializes in sports rehab and has a personal interest in athletics, orthopedic injuries, and the psychological components of recovery.   
She joins us from Atlanta, where she worked extensively with professional  athletes both in  season and off season. Additionally, she enjoys working with high school and collegiate athletes. Stephanie is a strong proponent of preventative medicine and facilitating improved performance in sport. 
Stephanie also has additional training in dry needling (which she is particularly well known for), the Schroth method and osteopathic manual techniques.  Stephanie feels that because of her personal experience  that she can positively influence the outcomes and lives of those that she treats.   
In her free time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with family and friends, lifting weights, doing Pilates, cooking, and practicing what she preaches.

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