With decades of experience and a diversity of skills and certifications we offer physical therapy options for the most effective and long lasting recovery.
Meet Michael T. Muldoon, PT, MS
Bachelor of Science - Physical Therapy Springfield College
Master of Science - Physical Therapy Springfield College
Director Physical/Occupational Therapy and Athletic Performance at Coastal Orthopedic Associates
Mike is a Physical Therapist joining Coastal Orthopedics with 22 years of experience in Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.
Mike has been practicing as a Physical Therapist working in the outpatient setting to rehabilitate patients both pre- and post-operatively across New England. He has worked with athletes in a variety of sports helping them to return to full functional activity following injury. Mike’s dedication to helping patients move better using a functional movement and mobility system has been the focus of his training. His belief is that moving effectively and efficiently over a lifetime minimizing the dysfunctions of movement and correcting asymmetries is a key component to a long healthy life.
Mike is an avid runner and a New England native who loves skiing, hiking, and going to the beach with his family. Mike is also the Head Cross Country Coach and Assistant Track/Field Coach for Hampton Academy in Hampton NH.
Meet Caitlin Leary PT, DPT
Umass Lowell Doctorate of Physical Therapy
University of Southern Maine Bachelors of Exercise Science
Herman & Wallace Pelvic floor level 1 certified
Structure and Function Dry Needling certified, SFDN-1
TPI level 1 certified
CrossFit level 1 certified
Caitlin has clinical interest in all areas of orthopedics. She is especially interested in sports medicine and return to sport. With 13 years specific to the outpatient orthopedics setting, she likes working closely with her patients to achieve their goals. Her other clinical interest lies in pelvic floor physical therapy, and returning patients back to normal activities with reduction/elimination of pelvic pain. She places an important emphasis on patients regaining strength and empowerment so that they may return to the activities they love.
Caitlin enjoys time outside of work with her family – two daughters, husband and dog (Einstein). She stays active with jogging and weightlifting home workouts.
Meet Katherine Bates, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
University of Rhode Island Bachelor of Science 1993
Endicott College Associate of Science Physical Therapist Assistant 1997
FMT RockTape Certification
Myofascial Cupping Practitioner Certification through RockTape
IASTM Practitioner Certification (Rock Blade)
ACE Certified Personal Trainer
Kathy is a Physical Therapist Assistant with 15 years experience in outpatient sports and orthopedic Physical Therapy where she has helped patients of all populations and injuries complete the cycle of recovery. She worked in Athletic Training as an Undergraduate of URI and has been a Certified Personal Trainer since 1997. She enjoys collaborating with patients to help them return to the activities and life that they love.
Kathy loves spending time outdoors kayaking, hiking, snowmobiling, working out and gardening with her husband and family.