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Becka Lyons received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015 from Quinnipiac University. After graduation, she worked primarily with clients inflicted with stroke, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injuries. This is where she truly began to gain an understanding of the importance of Quality of Life. “I love working with older adults because they seem to have a mentality of determination and an understanding for hard work. As medicine keeps increasing our lifespan, I like to know that we can work with our clients to increase the quality of life to match it.” Becka has a passion for the outdoors and spends most of her free time running, hiking, overnight backpacking, and canoeing. She has hiked all 48 of New Hampshire's “4000 Footers” and is always up for the next adventure!
Jane Lyttle is a 1986 graduate of Quinnipiac University and has over 30 years of clinical experience. She has extensive background in orthopedics, neurology and pelvic health. Jane joined Fox in March of 2019 to become part of a practice that fights ageism and help foster independence no matter your age. Jane is a board member of Doctors and Nurses United and travels to Ethiopia with a medical team to provide OBGYN surgical intervention, follow up care and staff education at Adwa Hospital and Urgent Care services including PT intervention at Atsede Mariam Health Center. Jane enjoys yoga and is working on her certification. She loves living in NH and spend time in with her family in both the White Mountains and on the Maine Seacoast.
Marissa Busby graduated in 2016 from the University of New England with a Bachelor's in Health, Wellness, and Occupational Studies. In 2018 she received her Master's in Occupational Therapy, also from UNE. Upon graduation, Marissa joined Fox Rehabilitation and has been working in Peterborough, NH since that time. When not at work she enjoys reading, searching for new coffee places in southern NH, and spending time with family and friends. “ I love working with older adults to help fight the common notion that once you get old, that's it. The joy of being able to encourage clients to not give up on occupations they once used to do is honestly the best part about the job.”