Krystal Jenness, PT

Krystal received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Vermont in 1977.  She has done extensive PT work in the field of ergonomics and injury prevention with a special emphasis on back care.  Krystal is experienced in writing ADA job descriptions and doing ergonomic evaluations in the workplace.  She has also published in this field as noted below:




1.         Laflin, KR: Fillyaw MJ - 1990 - Medical Center of Vermont.  Poster presentation was done at APTA National Conference 1990.  Comparison of informal and formal education methods used to improve knowledge of back anatomy and function in a work hardening program.


2.         “Efficacy of a Part-Time Work Hardening Program”.  (Moffroid, MD; Aja, D; Laflin, K; Henry, S; Huage, LD).  Published in Work Journal Summer 1993.  Poster presentation at APTA Conference 1991.


3.         Laflin, KR; Aja, D; (1995).  Lifting  Concerns in Health Care:  An Inside Look at Intervention Strategies, American Journal of Occupational Therapy, Vol. 49, January 1995.


4.         Laflin, KR; Aja, D; Banasiak, NA.   “Development of A Post-Offer Screening Protocol for Patient Support Services, American Journal of Occupational Therapy, Vol. 51, No. 10, November 1997.


5.         Aja D; Laflin, KR. Chapter on Lifting assessment in the book, Ergonomics for Therapists. 1999


Krystal has a passion for PT as well as the outdoors.  When not working she enjoys horseback riding and spending time maintaining her woods. 

Melissa Laflin, PT, DPT

Melissa graduated from the University of Vermont in 2014 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Melissa has a special interest in sports rehabilitation. 

Prior to her studies in Physical Therapy Melissa graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training in 2010. While an undergraduate she worked with college and high school level athletes in a variety of sports along with participating in data collection for an ACL risk factor study conducted at the University of Vermont. 


In 2006 Melissa received her associates in massage therapy from the Community College of Vermont and in 2007 completed the 200+ hours of Vodder training to become certified in Complex Decongestive Therapy techniques.  She uses these skills at Fairfax Family Physical Therapy, PC in the management and treatment of orthopedic and athletic injuries.

Faith Dion

Faith is the office manager at Fairfax Family Physical Therapy, PC.  She has been with the practice since 2007 and works 3 days a week.  Faith is available to help with all your insurance questions.  She is an invaluable asset to Fairfax Family Physical Therapy.  Faith graduated from BFA academy St. Albans in 1991.  She has completed course work at the University of Vermont and Community College of Vermont with over 100 credit hours in the allied health and business.

Faith enjoys spending her free time with her animals. 

Briana King

Briana holds an Associates Degree in Business Management.  She is the owner and operator of Precision Medical Transcription (PMT) for 18 years.  Prior to this, she worked as an office manager in a physical therapy clinic for 7 years.  Briana joined the team at Fairfax Family Physical Therapy in August 2016.  She works part-time as an office administrator.   She and her husband moved to Fairfax in 1995.  She is the proud mother of 2 children.  She is an avid enthusiast of her children’s sporting events.  In her free time, she enjoys being outside with her husband and their dog.   

LuAnn Bellis, PTA/CEAS

LuAnn graduated in 1982 from Maria College, earning an associates degree in Physical Therapy.  She has over 37 years of experience. Mostly working in outpatient clinics with special interest in general orthopedics, joint replacement rehab, ergonomics and aquatic therapy.

LuAnn moved to Vermont 21 years ago and lives on her mini farm in Westford with her partner, Erik.  She enjoys cooking, gardening, making jewelry and spending time with her pet llamas, sheep, dog and cats.


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