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Cary - Pediatrics

  • Pam Foland MS, PT

    Pam FolandMS, PT

    Pam is the Clinic Manager at the Cary Pediatric location.

    Pam graduated from Duke University, where she earned her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. She has since attended many continuing education courses, including: Lois Bly 5-day Handling Course, Motor Control and Motor Learning through Columbia University, Mulligan courses and Kinesio Taping.

    She has extensive experience with Developmental Delay, Neurological Conditions, Gait Abnormalities, Torticollis, Osteogenesis Imperfecta and Hypotonia. Pam has over 20 years of experience in treating pediatric disorders and has three children of her own. She is passionate about empowering parents to maximize their child’s functioning and gross motor skills. She enjoys having a positive effect on many people’s lives and getting to know lots of wonderful people.

    Pam was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, but she grew up in New Jersey. She played soccer while in college, and now enjoys spending time with her family and children, running, and playing tennis.

  • Brigid Dohse-Kolasa OTR/L

    Brigid Dohse-KolasaOTR/L

    With over 20 years of experience in pediatrics Brigid has extensive certifications and training in Therapeutic Listening, Astronaut Training: A Sound Activated Vestibular-Visual Protocol, Building Blocks for Sensory Inegration, Handwriting Without Tears, Bal-A-Vis-X, Interactive Metronome, Alert Program, Zones of Regulation, Beckman Oral Motor Assessment and Treatment, Relationship Development Intervention (RDI), MNRI and multiple sensory processing curriculums. She has worked extensively with the pediatric population in home, school and out patient and private clinic settings. She enjoys working with a variety of diagnoses including: sensory processing disorders, autism, CP, Down Syndrome, developmental delay, prematurity, and chromosomal disorders. She loves working and empowering families to have active roles in their child’s life in order to maximize their full potential.

    Brigid enjoys time outside the clinic doing a wide range of activities from volunteering, running to powerlifting. She has two children that keep her busy with youth sport but  she always tries to make time to enjoy the beach.

  • Jordan Stanley OTR/L

    Jordan StanleyOTR/L

    Jordan graduated with her Master of Occupational Therapy degree from Bay Path University in Longmeadow, Massachusetts. Prior to this, she attended Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science.

    Jordan is passionate about treating children of all ages with diverse backgrounds and abilities, as well as collaborating with parents in order to maximize a child’s functional performance in daily life. She is dedicated to providing effective treatment and making it fun and motivating for the child. Jordan has experience working with a variety of diagnoses including: autism, developmental delay, sensory processing disorder, cerebral palsy, handwriting/ fine motor difficulties, visual perceptual/ motor difficulties, gross motor coordination difficulty, low tone, and oral motor difficulty.

    Jordan grew up in Indiana and played collegiate volleyball. She enjoys being outside, running, working out, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.

  • Alexandra Menigoz PT, DPT

    Alexandra MenigozPT, DPT

    Alexandra earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Sage Graduate School in Troy, NY. Prior to earning her doctorate, she graduated from State University of New York at Oneonta with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Biology and a minor in Personal Training.

    Alexandra specializes in pediatric neuroscience, gait mechanics, developmental milestones and primitive reflexes, and implementing “play” into therapeutic activities. She is passionate about working with the pediatric population and delivering effective therapy in a fun and enjoyable manner. Her best piece of advice for patients and families is, “Rehab requires hard work and patience and it is a continuous journey. Make sure to take moments to pull yourself back and take in the happiness and joy that your child shows and live in those moments with them.”

    Along with her fiancé, Joe, Alexandrea lives in Cary and loves the country-feel of the city with all the trees and foliage, while still having everything needed within a 10 minute drive. When she’s not in the clinic she loves spending time doing DIY projects, practicing yoga, hiking and participating in other outdoor activities. Her favorite quote is, “The journey of 1,000 miles begins with the first step,” and anything from Dr. Seuss.