Adam Paggi PT, DPT
Adam graduated from Northeastern University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. He is a licensed physical therapist and the owner of Paggi Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation in Brookline, Massachusetts. He has experience with high school, college, amateur and professional level athletes and is Graston Technique® Certified. Adam is also involved with various independent research projects at Tufts Medical Center in Boston and is a published co-author in the Sports Medicine Arthroscopic Research Journal and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. He is an adjunct faculty member in the Physical Therapy Program at Northeastern University and the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Bay State College.
Adam received his undergraduate degree from Boston College with an academic concentration in pre-medical studies and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Ethics.
Adam’s first experience with physical therapy came as a patient, following a series of high school football and basketball injuries. A passion for sports continues into his treatment practice today, whether working with athletes, weekend warriors or people just looking to feel better. Clinical interests include shoulder, knee and ankle conditions but Adam has extensive experience treating a wide variety of orthopedic injuries and surgeries. Prior to Paggi Physical Therapy, Adam worked at Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.
In his spare time, Adam enjoys running, strength training, skiing with his wife, and spending time with their daughters.
Brittany Lowey, PT, DPT
Brittany graduated from the University of Delaware with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy, having previously earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology and a minor in Strength & Conditioning. After a brief stay in New England, Brittany moved to California and broadened her physical therapy treatment approach and knowledge base. During that time, she completed training in various manual therapies focusing on the spine and shoulder complex. She was also certified in the use and application of Rocktape and their functional movement training programs (FMT1, FMT2). In 2016, Brittany relocated back to Boston to be closer to family.
Her clinical experience includes work with the University of Delaware’s NCAA Division I Strength & Conditioning program, collegiate athletes and individuals with a vast array of orthopedic injuries. Brittany also has experience working with the Crossfit population, focusing on using various mobility and stabilization techniques to improve performance and decrease risk of injury. This experience, along with her soccer career and multiple personal injuries, has provided the groundwork for the highly skilled and passionate therapist she has become.
Brittany joined Paggi Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation in 2017. In her spare time, she enjoys playing soccer, hiking, camping and exploring the outdoors with her husband, Drew and their dog, Koston.
Kim Paggi, Business Manager
Kim graduated from Boston College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the Carroll School of Management. At Paggi PT, Kim is responsible for managing business operations, marketing, and community outreach.
Previously, Kim worked for an institutional asset management company as a marketing materials specialist and alternative funds specialist. She was awarded the Claritas® Investment Certificate, a program to enhance knowledge in finance, ethics, and investments, through the CFA Institute in 2013.
Kim has a passion for health and fitness and enjoys running, weight training, and spending time with her daughters.