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  • PT: Board certified physical therapist
  • DPT: Doctor of Physical Therapy
  • Cert DN: Dry Needling Certified
  • MST: Blood Flow Restriction Therapy Certified
  • VRS: Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist

Cecile Younes



Dr. Cecile Younes is a graduate of Franklin Pierce University where she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in May 2015. She attended the University of Delaware where she obtained her undergraduate degree in Health Behavior Science along with two minors in Coaching and Strength & Conditioning. Cecile is also certified in Dry Needling through the Dry Needling Institute. Cecile is also pursuing a certification in Spinal Manipulation through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy, Spinal Manipulation Institute. She played Division I softball and as a result brings to her work a personal understanding of the drive and passion of athletes, and of the difficulties involved in recovering from athletic injury. Her personal experience allows her to motivate and inspire her patients through the process of post injury/surgery rehabilitation. She specializes in a variety of musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions.

Outside of work Cecile enjoys a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking and snowshoeing and participating in recreational sports including flag football and basketball.

Katie Cole



Dr. Katie Cole is a graduate of Nazareth College in Rochester New York where she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2010. She specializes in chronic and acute back pain, total joint replacements, sports injuries, and neurological diagnoses such as stroke and spinal cord injuries. She enjoys working with patients of all ages, and has a special interest in sports related injuries, using the most current research and treatment plans to allow patients to meet their goals and return to activities as quickly as possible. Katie is Certified in Dry Needling.

Outside of work Katie enjoys participating in all outdoor sports, particularly soccer, hiking, and downhill skiing. She likes staying active and is always looking for something new to try.

Jacob St. Hilaire


Dr. Jacob St.Hilaire is a graduate of Franklin Pierce University for his undergraduate degree in Health Sciences in 2016, as well as his Doctorate of Physical therapy in 2020.  Jake also received his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification in 2016 and worked as a strength and conditioning coach prior to graduate school.  He has his Dry Needling Certification and will be pursuing  a certification in spinal manipulation.

In high school, Jake played baseball, basketball, and soccer, giving him a strong and diverse background in athletics.  Attempting to remain competitive following high school athletics, Jake began powerlifting in college, which led to him competing in multiple competitions in the 100% Raw Federation following his graduation.  Jake’s athletic background allows him to understand the intricate needs of athletes when considering a patient’s plan of care.

Outside of the clinic, you will find Jake at the gym, hiking in the mountains, hanging out at local coffee shops, or playing a game of cribbage with friends.

Marty Williams


Staff PT

Marty attended the University of Scranton in PA where he received a bachelor’s degree in exercise science in 2015. He then went on to attend the University of New England where he received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Marty completed rotations at outpatient and acute care facilities in Massachusetts, Maine, and Texas, which focused primarily on orthopedic and neurological conditions.

While attending UNE Marty was the principal investigator of his research group. His research focused on the effect of unstable weight training on shoulder rotator cuff and scapular stabilizers in athletes. This research was published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning. Through his work with athletes doing research Marty understands the importance of utilizing a variety of strengthening strategies in order to improve an individual functional level.

Marty is certified in the use of dry needling and as a vestibular rehab specialist. Marty utilizes his hands-on skills and experiences with a variety of diagnoses to improve the quality of life for all his patients.

When Marty isn’t in the clinic you can find him kayaking, at the gym, or working his way through all of the restaurants in Portland, ME.

Kayla Stundze

Office Manager