Jeanne L. Thompson, PT

Jeanne founded Quality Physical Therapy in 2006. She is a graduate of The University of Connecticut and has over 33 years of experience. She has extensive education in orthopedics, sports medicine, pelvic floor therapy, and Pilates. She is a certified Pilates Teacher through Polestar Pilates and nationally through Pilates Method Alliance (PMA). She combines manual therapy along with a biomechanical treatment approach to each patient to get to the route of the problem.

When not working, she is active with her dog Rosie, gardening, cooking, hiking, photography, and Pilates.

Olga V. Kolomiets, DPT

Olga graduated from the University of Hartford in 2018 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She is passionate about helping patients improve their function through hands-on, compassionate, and informative care. She uses a holistic approach that is patient-centered and is committed to growing her skill set by continuously seeking new education opportunities. When she is not at work, Olga enjoys traveling, hiking, lifting weights, photography, and spending time with her British shorthair cat named Lana!

Brandi L. Shipley, PT

Brandi graduated from Northeastern University in 1999. She has over 22 years of experience and takes a biomechanical approach, focusing her treatment sessions on manual therapy, individualized exercise instruction, neuromuscular re-education, and patient education to ensure confidence with long-term self-management. When she is not at work she enjoys spending time with her husband of 16 years and their two boys (15 and 10). She can be found in ice rinks all over New England watching her boys play hockey. Brandi has interests in fitness, particularly yoga and cycling and she enjoys reading when she can find a quiet moment to herself.


Rosie is a Cavachon ( ½ bichon fries & ½ Cavalier King Charles). She joined our staff when she was 11 weeks old and less than 3 pounds. She is very excited to welcome everyone to the office. She has decided that starting each session with a belly rub (for her) is good therapy for our patients. She takes her fitness to heart and is working on her strength training. She can be seen carrying large objects such as shoes, sticks, rocks, and anything else she can grab. So be careful with your belongings!