MEET OUR STAFF

Tory Hueston, MSPT, ATC

Tory is a Physical Therapist and an Athletic Trainer who founded Matrix Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy, Inc. in June, 2006 fulfilling her dream of opening a sports medicine facility that provides patients with the individualized, one-on-one care that they deserve.

She has been a Certified Athletic Trainer since 1999 and a licensed Physical Therapist since 2002.  Her resume includes employment as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of Rhode Island working with the Women’s Soccer team, Athletic Trainer with Lead The Way Field Hockey Association, Pediatric Physical Therapist at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, as well as an Orthopedic Physical Therapist at several outpatient clinics throughout the state of Rhode Island.

As a former competitive athlete with a passion for functional and sport specific rehab, she particularly enjoys working with athletes of all sports, ages & abilities in the areas of prehab, rehab, functional training, and performance enhancement.  Tory’s diverse clinical skills include functional mobility evaluation and assessment, biomechanical evaluation, soft tissue and joint mobilizations, exercise program development to address strength and flexibility deficits, core strength program development, pediatric physical therapy, and athletic taping for sport specific injuries.

She takes pride in her individualized treatment philosophy and the extensive word of mouth referral system that she has created with her drive and compassion for helping people.

tory@matrixsportsmedicine.com

Matthew Schultz, ATC, PES

Matthew joined Matrix Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy in March of 2019.  He graduated from Quinnipiac University with a bachelor's degree in Athletic training and is not only a Certified Athletic Trainer, but also a Performance Enhancement Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.  He boasts a resume with 6 years of experience working with Division One collegiate athletes in sports such as lacrosse, rugby, field hockey, softball and football, and has also worked with baseball players at the professional level.  He is certified in the use of the Functional Movement System (FMS), which he uses in a comprehensive hands-on evaluation to best design training programs to fit an athlete's specific needs in order to perform at the highest level.

Matthew specializes in designing advanced strengthening programs, as well as transitioning injured athletes to more strenuous conditioning programs and guides them through a return to play process.  Matthew is a skilled manual therapist in treating myofascial restrictions, which addressed early can help prevent injuries and keep athletes on the playing field.  As a former competitive athlete he understands the importance of reaching peak performance to sustain a long athletic career.  He takes pride in using up to date research to drive an evidence based system to get the most out of each athlete.

In  addition to being a performance coach, Matthew is an avid golfer who enjoys competing in tournaments around New England.

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matthew@matrixsportsmedicine.com

Joe Kelly, PTA, CPT

Joe is a Physical Therapist Assistant and certified personal trainer who joined Matrix Sports Medicine & Physical Therapy in January, 2018.  He has a passion for helping people achieve their goals and utilizes a comprehensive approach to training with a focus on strengthening, mobility, flexibility and conditioning.

 

Joe was a competitive collegiate athlete as a member of the University of Vermont crew team. He is an avid sports fan and roots for all the local teams, especially the Patriots! He enjoys playing football, basketball, softball and golf as well as getting outdoors for some hiking and skiing.  

 

He looks forward to a great career as a Physical Therapist Assistant and to a lifetime of furthering his knowledge and technique so that he can apply those two things to best assist his patients. 

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