Exhale PT

Our Team

Here at Exhale Physical Therapy, we are experts in offering one-on-one Physical Therapy treatments and programs for individuals suffering from pain or discomfort. Our advanced hands-on techniques, programs, and Pilates equipment will promote a fast recovery and full return to peak performance.

If you are limited by pain or injury our team can help. Our facilities, expertise, and commitment will help restore the quality of life you desire faster and better than any other clinic. Our staff will custom design programs specific to your needs to deliver the fastest results.


Lindsay Mercier

Lindsay Mercier, PT, DPT, OCS

Lindsay Mercier has been practicing physical therapy in the South Bay since 2009. She graduated from University of Colorado with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2009 and in 2015 became an Orthopedic Certified Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association. Growing up in Washington state, she developed a love for the mountains and fresh air, as well as playing soccer and basketball. She went on to receive her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Arizona State University and continues to frequently visit friends and family in Arizona.

She has a passion to help individuals return to participating in life and recreational activities with greater ease and less pain. When she isn’t spending time with her patients, she is hiking in the mountains, walking her dog Olive, practicing yoga or camping in locations far from the urban jungle.


Niccole Harville

Niccole Harville, Certified Pilates Instructor

Niccole attended California State University of Dominguez Hills which earned her a bachelors degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in pre-physical therapy coupled with a biology minor; previously gaining an associates degree in physical education. Following this, she was given the opportunity to become a certified Pilates instructor under the tutelage of Jill Cassady at Pilates Technique Certification Program.

In Niccole’s time away, she loves enjoying the company of close friends and family including her 3 pups, outdoor activities and most of all relaxation. As a cancer survivor, Pilates and the support of loved ones has given her a new outlook and an affinity for helping others.


Annie Hadley

Annie Hadley PT, MPT, MAT

Annie received her Bachelor’s of Health Studies in Health Sciences degree from the University of Oklahoma where she grew up. She furthered her career by going on to receive her Master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Oklahoma as well. Annie became a (MAT) specialist in 2012 while working with Steve Hess, the strength and conditioning coach for the Denver Nuggets.

For the past 2 years, Annie has been traveling and working with Broadway plays, musicals, and dance productions including “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time;” Travis Wall’s Shaping Sound; Wicked; On Your Feet; and many more. Her background is in Sports Performance/Sports Recovery and she has worked at gold-standard facilities including the Michael Johnson Performance Center and Landow Performance. She specializes in professional athletes as well as working with the weekend warriors.

Madeline Klobuchar

Madeline Klobuchar, Certified Massage Therapist

Madeline was a collegiate swimmer at UC Irvine and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Social Behavior in 2008. Receiving consistent massage treatments during her swimming career was a key factor to competing at her best. After college, she knew she wanted to become a bodyworker. She became passionate about anatomy, physiology and the body’s self healing abilities. She attended Cortiva Institute in Seattle, WA and completed the 1000 Hour Advanced Massage Therapy Program in 2010.

She specializes in deep tissue treatments, sports massage, cupping, trigger point therapy, and prenatal massage. Madeline believes that each person’s needs are unique and always takes time to listen and feel for what is best for each one of her massage clients.

Madeline will be getting her Doctorate in Chiropractic in December 2018 from Southern California University of Health Sciences. She is excited to become a Chiropractor, and will still be incorporating her massage skills in her treatments.

Amy Brannan

Amy Brannan, Front Office Manager