Dr Pratt started New Hampshire Regenerative Center in 2018 in order to successfully help patients with joint and spine pain. The focus is to serve patients who are looking for alternatives to drugs and surgery. He is the founder of the B.E.S.T Practice Protocol which has helped hundreds of people with their pain and disability.
His clinics have seen over 30 thousand patient visits per year for nearly 40 years. As a result, patients have given the clinics thousands of 5-star reviews placing them in the top one percent of NH Businesses.
Trained as a chiropractor with special interests in sports injuries, he is sought out by professional athletes and weekend warriors alike. NH Regenerative Center is his dream practice with an integrated approach using the latest protocols of regenerative medicine, exercise therapy and chiropractic care.
He is a member and past president of the New Hampshire Chiropractic Association and member of The American College of Regenerative Medicine. He teaches workshops and seminars on injury prevention, regenerative therapies and longevity.
He has remained very active in outdoor sports including skiing, hiking, mountain biking and tennis.
Lisa PeppeMSN, APRN, FNP-BC
Lisa has been in the medical field since 1997 and in the nursing profession for over 18 years with a strong background in Adult Critical Care.
She is a master’s prepared Family Nurse Practitioner and is a magna cum laude honors graduate who is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) in the state of New Hampshire.
Lisa has participated in advanced training for Regenerative Medicine injections and attends ongoing trainings to ensure that she provides the most innovative treatments for her patients.
In addition to her clinical practice, Lisa enjoys spending time with her family, outdoor adventures and traveling.
Taylor DoxseeLMT, CPT
Taylor has worked with a vast array of populations, disorders, and injuries such as Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Lyme Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Post-Operative, car accidents, TMJ, sports injuries, the elderly, and many other chronic and acute conditions. Taylor’s hands-on approach enhances the patient’s range-of-motion, flexibility, and provides pain relief. His experience as an athlete, personal trainer, massage therapist, and functional and rehab exercise therapist has helped hundreds in the New Hampshire and Massachusetts area.
Taylor is trained in a multi-faceted approach to massage such as Swedish, sports massage, deep tissue, pre/post-natal, GM, lymphatic, chair, Shiatsu, Reflexology, and trigger point. He also specializes in Functional Development Massage, which has shown to connect the relationship between both the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system thus strengthening the efficiency of each system through specific treatment stimuli. The importance of strengthening the direct link between the two nervous systems enhances the ability of vital functions that our body performs each and every day.
Taylor enjoys spending time with family and friends and likes skiing, golf, downhill mountain biking, music, and fishing.
Jeweleann DuranteLaser Technician
Jewelie started at our practice in May of 2022 and has loved her position thus far as our laser technician specializing in neuropathy treatments. She previously worked in the veterinary field for 2 ½ years then found an interest in regenerative medicine becoming not only a staff member here but a patient as well and saw the effects of what we do first hand providing relief to her 8-10 year knee issues.
Neuropathy is a huge issue a lot of people struggle with and we finally are able to provide relief to our patients and I am so grateful to have a front row seat to watch them get better!
Outside of work Jewelie enjoys spending time with her family and her dog Bear. “Since starting here I have had the pleasure to watch my patients succeed and get back to the things they love doing".
Kayla LeoOffice Manager
Kayla started at NH Regenerative Center in 2020 as our marketing coordinator. She quickly became involved in the day-to-day operations of the clinic & has since been promoted to the NHRC office manager.
Kayla has over 10 years’ experience in the healthcare field. She received her Certified Nursing Assistant license through the American Red Cross. As a CNA working at a rehab center, she was exposed to the downsides of surgery & pain medications. She is now proud to be apart of a great team that is able to offer drug free/non-surgical solutions to chronic pain.
Kayla goes above & beyond to help care for all our patients. Her “can do” attitude makes her a great asset to the NHRC team. Kayla enjoys going ATV riding in the beautiful NH mountains & trails. In her free time, she has quite a green thumb for house plants & loves spending time with her family, friends & dog Chalupa.