At the Carlisle Place we offer preventative and rehabilitative services that maximize functionality and promote well-being in a professional atmosphere. We continue to adapt our treatment programs and physical therapy methods based on the leading expert's latest research and the industry's most advanced techniques.
Total body wellness is a priority at the Carlisle Place in order to keep you feeling good during and after therapy treatments. We offer private treatment rooms, as well as customized one on one care with a caring approach.
We believe you deserve to understand your health and what is going on with your body. Our therapists will treat you as an individual; explaining your treatment, often using models to illustrate injuries. All questions are answered in detail. Home exercise programs can be created and utilized to provide further improvements.
Our Therapy Team
Celina Moon PT, DPT is a Rhode Island native who moved to New Hampshire in 2010 after volunteering with AbilityPLUS adaptive ski program. She fell in love with the area and relaxed way of life that the North Country brings. Celina graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Rhode Island and specializes in Orthopedic and Vestibular Rehabilitation. Outside of work Celina enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children along with skiing, hiking and rock climbing.
PT, CLT, LANA, MDT
Stacey Hicks, PT, CLT, LANA, cert MDT is a graduate of the University of New England with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. Stacey has spent the past twenty years working in the outpatient orthopedic setting. She takes a special interest in working with cancer patients and is a nationally certified Lymphedema therapist by the Lymphology Association of North America. Stacey is trained in the McKenzie Method of evaluation and treatment of the spine. She enjoys the outdoors, gardening and working events at the newly constructed Bellevue Barn. She resides in Jefferson, NH with her husband Forrest and two children Rebecca and Garrett.
Robyn is a Lancaster native and a graduate of White Mountains Regional High School. She is a US Army Veteran and graduated from Indiana University with Highest Distinction in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. Robyn is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and is certified in the use of physical agent modalities. She has recently added an advanced certification in IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization), as well as certification in short form Tai Chi for rehabilitation to her credentials. Specialty areas of practice include Lymphedema, cancer rehabilitation, general orthopedics, and the treatment of vertigo. In her free time, Robyn enjoys reading and several outdoor activities including running, cycling, gardening, cross country skiing and snow shoeing.