KERRI REGAN, PT, DPT
A former dancer, Kerri is a graduate of the Fordham/Ailey BFA program at Lincoln Center and received her degree in Dance Performance. While in NYC, she pursued her Pilates comprehensive training becoming a third-generation classical instructor through Power Pilates under the direction of Bob Liekens. Over her teaching tenure, she has developed a client following ranging from pre- and post-natal women, to professional athletes and artists both in the US and Europe. After completing an internship with NYU Langone’s Harkness Center for Dance injuries, Kerri returned to her native state of Massachusetts to complete her Pre-Health Studies at Harvard University Extension School and subsequently receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from MGH Institute of Health Professions. Following graduation, she completed her internship year at Brigham and Women’s/Mass General Health Care Center and her first years of practice at Spaulding Outpatient, where her caseload was predominantly sports/orthopedic.
In 2015, she joined the Boston Ballet as a Physical Therapist. In 2020, she became the Health and Wellness Coordinator and Head Physical Therapist for the dancers of Boston Ballet. Among her initiatives, she developed a Pilates and GYROTONIC® based conditioning and rehab program as well as implemented workload tracking and performance enhancement season planning strategies.
Kerri believes in integrating a multidisciplinary approach to care and relies on her movement background as a Pilates and GYROTONIC® trainer as well as multiple manual therapy techniques. Additionally, her passion for best evidence-based practice and teaching, has led her to pursue multiple teaching and research opportunities. She is a former lab instructor for the PT department at MGH IHP and worked for many years as a Senior Pilates Teacher Trainer for Equinox fitness. She has created lecture demonstrations on injury prevention, presented case studies for the Harvard Medical School Sports Conference, and her recent publication credits include “Return to Sport Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in the Professional Female Ballet Dancer” in the Journal of Women’s Sport Medicine.