>Meet The Team

Shoreline Physical Therapy Sport and Spine Specialists is a team-oriented practice. We utilize a unique treatment model with emphasis on a collaborative approach to care. We strive to promote patient independence both in and out of the clinic. We work hard to foster a friendly and fun, yet challenging environment. We want our patients to feel uplifted and encouraged rather than discouraged.


The Team clockwise from left to right

Stephen L. Bright Jr.

Douglas A. Miller

Jerome A. “Jai” Isear, Jr.

Susanne L. Butler


Jerome A. “Jai” Isear, Jr.

Education

B.S.Ed., Health and Physical Education with a Concentration in Sports Medicine, University of
Virginia 1989
M.Ed., Health and Physical Education with a Specialization in Athletic Training, University of
Virginia 1990
M.S., Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis 1996

Certifications

North Carolina Physical Therapy License
North Carolina Athletic Trainer License
National Athletic Trainer Certification

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Education

B.S.Ed., Health and Physical Education with a Concentration in Sports Medicine, University of
Virginia 1989
M.Ed., Health and Physical Education with a Specialization in Athletic Training, University of
Virginia 1990
M.S., Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis 1996

Certifications

North Carolina Physical Therapy License
North Carolina Athletic Trainer License
National Athletic Trainer Certification

Professional Memberships

American Physical Therapy Association, Sports Section
National Athletic Trainers’ Association
Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association
North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association
North Carolina Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association

Professional Background

My career began as a certified athletic trainer with Healthsouth Rehabilitation Center in Richmond, Virginia. Teamed with a licensed physical therapist, I was responsible for the treatment and progression of orthopedic and sports medicine patients, development of lower extremity rehabilitation protocols and supervision of athletic training interns. I also provided athletic training coverage for various local, state and regional tournaments. I served as the athletic trainer for Mills E. Godwin High School, and I developed and implemented a student athletic trainer program for the high school. My experiences in both settings exposed me to a wide spectrum of patients with varying levels of physical and emotional needs. While with Healthsouth, I took advantage of every continuing education opportunity, the most influential of which was learning a functional approach to rehabilitation which developed the rehabilitation foundation by which I still practice today.

In 1996, I completed PT school and took a position as a staff physical therapist with Carolinas Physical Therapy Network in Charlotte, NC. In addition to my clinical rehabilitation responsibilities, I served as the rehabilitation consultant for the Charlotte Hornets and Charlotte Checkers. The most influential experience, however, was undergoing a shoulder surgery and experiencing post-operative complications. Without question, that experience made me a much better shoulder therapist and created the foundation for my special interest and subspecialty in shoulder rehabilitation for many years to come.

After 7 years with CPTN, I took a position as clinical manager with Miller Orthopaedic Clinic (now OrthoCarolina) in Charlotte. I was blessed to work with some of the top Sports Medicine Physicians in the region. In addition to my management responsibilities, I continued to expand my subspecialties to include assessment of lower extremity biomechanics and fabrication of custom foot orthoses (orthotics). As my experience grew, so did my interest in education. I began lecturing locally and nationally on rehabilitation of complex knee and shoulder injuries.

In 2006, my family and I decided to simplify our lives. We moved to Wilmington, and I joined the staff of Carolina Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy. I never knew I could have so much fun while providing quality care for my patients. Working with Steve, Doug and Sue has truly been a gift and a dream come true for me. I can honestly say that even after 22 years of practice, I still love what I do, and I can’t imagine being in any other profession. The icing on the cake for me was having the opportunity to form Shoreline Physical Therapy in 2011 with Doug and Steve and to enter into the realm of business ownership. We take pride in providing the highest quality of care in a friendly and fun, yet challenging environment. I would feel privileged to have you entrust your care with me. Rest assured that I will provide my best effort, along with our team of experienced and skilled clinicians, to assist you with the rehabilitation process and optimize your recovery and quality of life.

Personal Background

Having grown up on the coast of Maryland, I have always had sand and salt air in my blood and needed to get back to my true passions: beaching, boating and fishing. When given the opportunity, you will find me with my toes in the water or hands at the helm headed offshore. I can honestly say that since moving to Wilmington, I have never looked back. God-willing, my family and I will call Wilmington “home” for the duration.

I have been married to my wife, Mitzie, for 13 years, and together we have 3 wonderful boys. We are members of Wrightsville United Methodist Church and remain active in our Church’s activities and community outreach opportunities. We strive each day to stay focused on our faith, family and having fun.

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Stephen L Bright Jr.

Education

University of North Carolina Wilmington, BA Physical Education
with a concentration in Sports Medicine, 1996

Certifications & Licenses

National Athletic Trainers Association, Certification #089702458
North Carolina Board of Athletic Trainer Examiners, License # 0058
Credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy by the International McKenzie Institute, November 2010

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Education

University of North Carolina Wilmington, BA Physical Education
with a concentration in Sports Medicine, 1996

Certifications & Licenses

National Athletic Trainers Association, Certification #089702458
North Carolina Board of Athletic Trainer Examiners, License # 0058
Credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy by the International McKenzie Institute, November 2010

Professional Background

I began working as an athletic trainer in a small physical therapy clinic in Lumberton, NC, which was operated by Southeastern Regional Medical Center. We were primarily a sports medicine practice specializing in the treatment of athletic injuries but also served the community as the primary orthopedic outpatient clinic. The experience that I gained while assisting the physical therapy staff and performing the athletic training duties at Lumberton Senior High School was highly instrumental in my professional development. It was during this time that I not only worked with some excellent therapists whose impact on my career cannot be overstated, but I also met my lovely wife, Melanie.
In January 2000, I began what would be an eleven year career as an athletic trainer and director of sports medicine for Carolina Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Specialists here in Wilmington, NC. Under the guidance of Dr. David Esposito and Dr. Douglas Messina, I gained valuable clinical and diagnostic skills. In 2003, with my friend and colleague Kevin Jones, we opened Carolina Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy, allowing us to provide first-rate physical therapy and sports medicine services for our patients. With a strong emphasis on supporting regional high school athletics and providing the best sports medicine care possible, Carolina Sports Medicine grew in recognition as the preeminent sports medicine team in southeastern North Carolina. I was again fortunate to not only work with excellent physicians but to also create lasting friendships with coaches and athletic trainers from across the region. I served as the athletic trainer for Pender High School from 2000-2003 and have been working with Wallace Rose-Hill High School since, winning back to back state football championships in 2009 and 2010 under the direction of head coach Joey Price.
My passion has always been working with high school, collegiate, and professional athletes and in 2010 I became one of the first athletic trainers in the world to be credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy, “a philosophy of active patient involvement and education that is trusted and used by practitioners and patients all over the world for back, neck, and extremity problems.” In August of 2011, with my partners Jai and Doug, we opened Shoreline Physical Therapy Sport and Spine Specialists. My goal is to be the best clinician I can be, to assist the physical therapists in whatever way they need me, and to provide compassionate, challenging, dynamic, and fun therapeutic experiences for patients at Shoreline Physical Therapy.

Personal Background

My wife Melanie, and I have three wonderful children. We enjoy spending time together as a family, going out on the boat, and volunteering at church. I enjoy golf, a good game of No Limit Hold ‘Em, and working out.

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Douglas A. Miller

Education

Western Michigan University BA Biomedical Science 1992
Grand Valley State University MSPT Physical Therapy 1996

Certifications and Honors

Credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy by the International McKenzie Institute 2004.
Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists 2007.

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Education

Western Michigan University BA Biomedical Science 1992
Grand Valley State University MSPT Physical Therapy 1996

Certifications and Honors

Credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy by the International McKenzie Institute 2004.
Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists 2007.

Professional Memberships

McKenzie Institute USA
American Physical Therapy Association
North Carolina Physical Therapy Association

Professional Background

I began my career as a staff physical therapist with Battle Creek Health Systems in my hometown of Battle Creek, Michigan. During my time with BCHS, I gained
valuable clinical experience treating patients in acute care and outpatient settings. I worked as part of a multidisciplinary rehabilitaion team focused on treatment
of adults with neurological impairments. In my orthopedic work, I worked along side several skilled manual therapists who taught me how physical therapy, when done
correctly, can significantly improve an individuals quality of life. My next stay was in Grand Rapids, Michigan were I worked for 11 years. I started my first position as a clinic manager of a small outpatient clinic there. We saw tremendous growth in our clinic during my time there. I attribute this growth to our philosophy that we should meet the needs of the patient first and provide quality personalized care. I then moved to a position as Sports Programming Director where my days were filled with treating athletes of all ages at our Sports Medicine clinic, developing sport specific rehab and performance programs, and developing relationships with sports clubs in the area. I also found time to teach Clinical Rehabilitation to Athletic Training students at my Alma Mater Grand Valley State University. Life was very busy. My family and I then made a tremendous leap of faith by moving to Wilmington, NC in 2008 where I joined the staff at Carolina Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy. We have been blessed to call Wilmington home and I have been blessed professionally to work with Jai, Steve and Sue since 2008 then as Carolina Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy and now as Shoreline Physical Therapy. My philosophy has stayed the same when working with patients. I will commit 100% of my knowledge and experience to helping improve your health and quality of life. I will also treat each individual with caring respect. I want to give my patients the tools they need to successfully improve and maintain a healthy quality of life.

Personal Background

I have been married to my wife Kim for 15 years and together we have 2 children. I enjoy spending time with my family. We are members at First Baptist Church here in
Wilmington and enjoy helping in the mission of the church. My hobbies include golf, basketball, daily workouts, kids sporting events, and beach time.

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Susanne L. Butler

Education

University of Western Ontario
BA Kinesiology 1991
BSc Physical Therapy 1994

Professional

I began my professional career in Omaha, Nebraska at Alegent Health Bergan Mercy Physical Therapy Clinic, an outpatient orthopedic clinic. I was privileged to work with a large, knowledgeable team

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Education

University of Western Ontario
BA Kinesiology 1991
BSc Physical Therapy 1994

Professional

I began my professional career in Omaha, Nebraska at Alegent Health Bergan Mercy Physical Therapy Clinic, an outpatient orthopedic clinic. I was privileged to work with a large, knowledgeable team of physical therapists and occupational hand therapists with seven orthopedic surgeons next door, referring to our staff. I feel I learned a lot from many great mentors over my five year stay in Omaha. I also worked in acute care at the Bergan Mercy Hospital, gaining valuable experience with post-operative care of our patients and then seeing them through their outpatient rehabilitation.
Being originally from the Canada, and not far from Lake Ontario and cottage country, my husband and I decided we needed to head to beautiful coastal North Carolina. Once here, I worked for three years with Sports Plus Physical Therapy, an outpatient clinic which was eventually bought by Carolina Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy. After 4 years of working for Carolina Sports, I was pleased to hear my friends and co-workers had the opportunity to open Shoreline Physical Therapy.
I am so excited and fortunate to be included in Doug, Jai, and Steve’s team here at Shoreline PT, where they specialize in orthopedic, sports and spine rehabilitation. My aim is to offer my patients compassionate, comprehensive care with the goals of returning them to the activities they love, whether it be gardening, golfing, walking, running, kayaking, whatever the passion.

Personal

I have been married for 15 years now to my husband Rich, and we have been blessed with a son and a daughter. I enjoy spending time with my family, volunteering at the kids’ schools, coaching “Girls on the Run”, and hosting our many friends and family who venture south to see lovely Wilmington, NC. My hobbies include running with my family and two Italian Greyhounds, kayaking, swimming, baking and crafts.

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Kelsie Parham

My name is Kelsie Parham. I have worked for Shoreline Physical Therapy since February 2017 as the administrative assistant. I […]

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My name is Kelsie Parham. I have worked for Shoreline Physical Therapy since February 2017 as the administrative assistant. I have been married for 15 years to my husband Tim. We have a daughter who just started college at WSU, and two sons. I enjoy watching my sons play sports, walking, spending time with my family and our two great danes, and reading.

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The Office Staff Team clockwise from left to right

Jerome A. “Jai” Isear, Jr.

Stephen L Bright Jr.

Douglas A. Miller

Susanne L. Butler

Kelsie Parham


Jerome A. “Jai” Isear, Jr.

Education

B.S.Ed., Health and Physical Education with a Concentration in Sports Medicine, University of
Virginia 1989
M.Ed., Health and Physical Education with a Specialization in Athletic Training, University of
Virginia 1990
M.S., Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis 1996

Certifications

North Carolina Physical Therapy License
North Carolina Athletic Trainer License
National Athletic Trainer Certification

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Education

B.S.Ed., Health and Physical Education with a Concentration in Sports Medicine, University of
Virginia 1989
M.Ed., Health and Physical Education with a Specialization in Athletic Training, University of
Virginia 1990
M.S., Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis 1996

Certifications

North Carolina Physical Therapy License
North Carolina Athletic Trainer License
National Athletic Trainer Certification

Professional Memberships

American Physical Therapy Association, Sports Section
National Athletic Trainers’ Association
Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association
North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association
North Carolina Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association

Professional Background

My career began as a certified athletic trainer with Healthsouth Rehabilitation Center in Richmond, Virginia. Teamed with a licensed physical therapist, I was responsible for the treatment and progression of orthopedic and sports medicine patients, development of lower extremity rehabilitation protocols and supervision of athletic training interns. I also provided athletic training coverage for various local, state and regional tournaments. I served as the athletic trainer for Mills E. Godwin High School, and I developed and implemented a student athletic trainer program for the high school. My experiences in both settings exposed me to a wide spectrum of patients with varying levels of physical and emotional needs. While with Healthsouth, I took advantage of every continuing education opportunity, the most influential of which was learning a functional approach to rehabilitation which developed the rehabilitation foundation by which I still practice today.

In 1996, I completed PT school and took a position as a staff physical therapist with Carolinas Physical Therapy Network in Charlotte, NC. In addition to my clinical rehabilitation responsibilities, I served as the rehabilitation consultant for the Charlotte Hornets and Charlotte Checkers. The most influential experience, however, was undergoing a shoulder surgery and experiencing post-operative complications. Without question, that experience made me a much better shoulder therapist and created the foundation for my special interest and subspecialty in shoulder rehabilitation for many years to come.

After 7 years with CPTN, I took a position as clinical manager with Miller Orthopaedic Clinic (now OrthoCarolina) in Charlotte. I was blessed to work with some of the top Sports Medicine Physicians in the region. In addition to my management responsibilities, I continued to expand my subspecialties to include assessment of lower extremity biomechanics and fabrication of custom foot orthoses (orthotics). As my experience grew, so did my interest in education. I began lecturing locally and nationally on rehabilitation of complex knee and shoulder injuries.

In 2006, my family and I decided to simplify our lives. We moved to Wilmington, and I joined the staff of Carolina Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy. I never knew I could have so much fun while providing quality care for my patients. Working with Steve, Doug and Sue has truly been a gift and a dream come true for me. I can honestly say that even after 22 years of practice, I still love what I do, and I can’t imagine being in any other profession. The icing on the cake for me was having the opportunity to form Shoreline Physical Therapy in 2011 with Doug and Steve and to enter into the realm of business ownership. We take pride in providing the highest quality of care in a friendly and fun, yet challenging environment. I would feel privileged to have you entrust your care with me. Rest assured that I will provide my best effort, along with our team of experienced and skilled clinicians, to assist you with the rehabilitation process and optimize your recovery and quality of life.

Personal Background

Having grown up on the coast of Maryland, I have always had sand and salt air in my blood and needed to get back to my true passions: beaching, boating and fishing. When given the opportunity, you will find me with my toes in the water or hands at the helm headed offshore. I can honestly say that since moving to Wilmington, I have never looked back. God-willing, my family and I will call Wilmington “home” for the duration.

I have been married to my wife, Mitzie, for 13 years, and together we have 3 wonderful boys. We are members of Wrightsville United Methodist Church and remain active in our Church’s activities and community outreach opportunities. We strive each day to stay focused on our faith, family and having fun.

COLLAPSE BIO-

Stephen L Bright Jr.

Education

University of North Carolina Wilmington, BA Physical Education
with a concentration in Sports Medicine, 1996

Certifications & Licenses

National Athletic Trainers Association, Certification #089702458
North Carolina Board of Athletic Trainer Examiners, License # 0058
Credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy by the International McKenzie Institute, November 2010

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Education

University of North Carolina Wilmington, BA Physical Education
with a concentration in Sports Medicine, 1996

Certifications & Licenses

National Athletic Trainers Association, Certification #089702458
North Carolina Board of Athletic Trainer Examiners, License # 0058
Credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy by the International McKenzie Institute, November 2010

Professional Background

I began working as an athletic trainer in a small physical therapy clinic in Lumberton, NC, which was operated by Southeastern Regional Medical Center. We were primarily a sports medicine practice specializing in the treatment of athletic injuries but also served the community as the primary orthopedic outpatient clinic. The experience that I gained while assisting the physical therapy staff and performing the athletic training duties at Lumberton Senior High School was highly instrumental in my professional development. It was during this time that I not only worked with some excellent therapists whose impact on my career cannot be overstated, but I also met my lovely wife, Melanie.
In January 2000, I began what would be an eleven year career as an athletic trainer and director of sports medicine for Carolina Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Specialists here in Wilmington, NC. Under the guidance of Dr. David Esposito and Dr. Douglas Messina, I gained valuable clinical and diagnostic skills. In 2003, with my friend and colleague Kevin Jones, we opened Carolina Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy, allowing us to provide first-rate physical therapy and sports medicine services for our patients. With a strong emphasis on supporting regional high school athletics and providing the best sports medicine care possible, Carolina Sports Medicine grew in recognition as the preeminent sports medicine team in southeastern North Carolina. I was again fortunate to not only work with excellent physicians but to also create lasting friendships with coaches and athletic trainers from across the region. I served as the athletic trainer for Pender High School from 2000-2003 and have been working with Wallace Rose-Hill High School since, winning back to back state football championships in 2009 and 2010 under the direction of head coach Joey Price.
My passion has always been working with high school, collegiate, and professional athletes and in 2010 I became one of the first athletic trainers in the world to be credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy, “a philosophy of active patient involvement and education that is trusted and used by practitioners and patients all over the world for back, neck, and extremity problems.” In August of 2011, with my partners Jai and Doug, we opened Shoreline Physical Therapy Sport and Spine Specialists. My goal is to be the best clinician I can be, to assist the physical therapists in whatever way they need me, and to provide compassionate, challenging, dynamic, and fun therapeutic experiences for patients at Shoreline Physical Therapy.

Personal Background

My wife Melanie, and I have three wonderful children. We enjoy spending time together as a family, going out on the boat, and volunteering at church. I enjoy golf, a good game of No Limit Hold ‘Em, and working out.

COLLAPSE BIO-

Douglas A. Miller

Education

Western Michigan University BA Biomedical Science 1992
Grand Valley State University MSPT Physical Therapy 1996

Certifications and Honors

Credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy by the International McKenzie Institute 2004.
Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists 2007.

EXPAND BIO+
Education

Western Michigan University BA Biomedical Science 1992
Grand Valley State University MSPT Physical Therapy 1996

Certifications and Honors

Credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy by the International McKenzie Institute 2004.
Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists 2007.

Professional Memberships

McKenzie Institute USA
American Physical Therapy Association
North Carolina Physical Therapy Association

Professional Background

I began my career as a staff physical therapist with Battle Creek Health Systems in my hometown of Battle Creek, Michigan. During my time with BCHS, I gained
valuable clinical experience treating patients in acute care and outpatient settings. I worked as part of a multidisciplinary rehabilitaion team focused on treatment
of adults with neurological impairments. In my orthopedic work, I worked along side several skilled manual therapists who taught me how physical therapy, when done
correctly, can significantly improve an individuals quality of life. My next stay was in Grand Rapids, Michigan were I worked for 11 years. I started my first position as a clinic manager of a small outpatient clinic there. We saw tremendous growth in our clinic during my time there. I attribute this growth to our philosophy that we should meet the needs of the patient first and provide quality personalized care. I then moved to a position as Sports Programming Director where my days were filled with treating athletes of all ages at our Sports Medicine clinic, developing sport specific rehab and performance programs, and developing relationships with sports clubs in the area. I also found time to teach Clinical Rehabilitation to Athletic Training students at my Alma Mater Grand Valley State University. Life was very busy. My family and I then made a tremendous leap of faith by moving to Wilmington, NC in 2008 where I joined the staff at Carolina Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy. We have been blessed to call Wilmington home and I have been blessed professionally to work with Jai, Steve and Sue since 2008 then as Carolina Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy and now as Shoreline Physical Therapy. My philosophy has stayed the same when working with patients. I will commit 100% of my knowledge and experience to helping improve your health and quality of life. I will also treat each individual with caring respect. I want to give my patients the tools they need to successfully improve and maintain a healthy quality of life.

Personal Background

I have been married to my wife Kim for 15 years and together we have 2 children. I enjoy spending time with my family. We are members at First Baptist Church here in
Wilmington and enjoy helping in the mission of the church. My hobbies include golf, basketball, daily workouts, kids sporting events, and beach time.

COLLAPSE BIO-

Susanne L. Butler

Education

University of Western Ontario
BA Kinesiology 1991
BSc Physical Therapy 1994

Professional

I began my professional career in Omaha, Nebraska at Alegent Health Bergan Mercy Physical Therapy Clinic, an outpatient orthopedic clinic. I was privileged to work with a large, knowledgeable team

EXPAND BIO+
Education

University of Western Ontario
BA Kinesiology 1991
BSc Physical Therapy 1994

Professional

I began my professional career in Omaha, Nebraska at Alegent Health Bergan Mercy Physical Therapy Clinic, an outpatient orthopedic clinic. I was privileged to work with a large, knowledgeable team of physical therapists and occupational hand therapists with seven orthopedic surgeons next door, referring to our staff. I feel I learned a lot from many great mentors over my five year stay in Omaha. I also worked in acute care at the Bergan Mercy Hospital, gaining valuable experience with post-operative care of our patients and then seeing them through their outpatient rehabilitation.
Being originally from the Canada, and not far from Lake Ontario and cottage country, my husband and I decided we needed to head to beautiful coastal North Carolina. Once here, I worked for three years with Sports Plus Physical Therapy, an outpatient clinic which was eventually bought by Carolina Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy. After 4 years of working for Carolina Sports, I was pleased to hear my friends and co-workers had the opportunity to open Shoreline Physical Therapy.
I am so excited and fortunate to be included in Doug, Jai, and Steve’s team here at Shoreline PT, where they specialize in orthopedic, sports and spine rehabilitation. My aim is to offer my patients compassionate, comprehensive care with the goals of returning them to the activities they love, whether it be gardening, golfing, walking, running, kayaking, whatever the passion.

Personal

I have been married for 15 years now to my husband Rich, and we have been blessed with a son and a daughter. I enjoy spending time with my family, volunteering at the kids’ schools, coaching “Girls on the Run”, and hosting our many friends and family who venture south to see lovely Wilmington, NC. My hobbies include running with my family and two Italian Greyhounds, kayaking, swimming, baking and crafts.

COLLAPSE BIO-

Kelsie Parham

My name is Kelsie Parham. I have worked for Shoreline Physical Therapy since February 2017 as the administrative assistant. I […]

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My name is Kelsie Parham. I have worked for Shoreline Physical Therapy since February 2017 as the administrative assistant. I have been married for 15 years to my husband Tim. We have a daughter who just started college at WSU, and two sons. I enjoy watching my sons play sports, walking, spending time with my family and our two great danes, and reading.

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