Staff

Physical Therapists

Everything we do at Active Life is aimed at the highest level of patient care. A common thread linking all of our staff is a sincere concern for the well-being of others and a commitment to go the extra mile for them.

Michael Wah

Michael Wah
PT, DPT, OCS

"I've treated patients with a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders. There's so much about physical therapy that I enjoy, particularly getting to know patients, figuring out how to solve their physical problems and getting them back to their favorite activities."


Education:
BS, Physical Therapy, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy

tDPT, Evidence in Motion Institute, Louisville, KY

Board Certification:
Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, 1990 (recertified in 2010)

Advanced Training:
Herdman Competency (Intensive course in Vestibular Rehabilitation, treating vertigo and balance disorders.)

"Creating and Sustaining a Service Culture", The Disney Institute

"Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy" for spinal disorders, The McKenzie Institute

"Spinal Manipulation", Neuro Orthopaedic Institute

"Vestibular Rehabilitation: An Advanced Course and Update", University of Pittsburgh

"Explain Pain", Neuro Orthopaedic Institute

Professional Associations:
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Vestibular Disorders Association (VEDA), Joint Task Force on Injured Workers

Lecturer and Presenter:
University of Maryland and Shenandoah University physical therapy programs, GBMC medical staff meetings (vertigo, balance and falls among the elderly), GBMC osteoporosis meeting for physicians and allied health professionals, speaker and moderator at Joint Task Force for Injured Workers meetings.

Joe Palmer

Joe Palmer
PT, DPT, OMPT, CSCS, CMTPT

"I find great satisfaction in helping someone take control of their situation. I believe that your physical therapist should be your teammate, and working together, you can achieve your goals. Seeing people improve and return to life without pain is very rewarding."


Joe grew up in Perry Hall and is excited to serve the community that gave him so much support during his education. Joe enjoys outpatient orthopedics because he is able to use a hands-on approach to evaluate and treat a variety of patient conditions.  In additional to being a Certified Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapist, Joseph is a Certified Myofasical Trigger Point Therapist, which allows him to perform a specialized manual technique used to relieve muscular pain and increase range of motion. (Dry Needling)

Being an athlete himself, he is particularly interested in the rehabilitation and prevention of athletic injuries. He believes that education is the most important step in the prevention of athletic injuries and he has spent time educating coaches and parents with presentations through local community organizations.

*Feel free to contact Joe if you have a group that may benefit from strength training and injury prevention education.

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Education:
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), University of Maryland School of Medicine-Department of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science

Bachelor of Science, Biology, University of Maryland Baltimore County

Advanced Training:

  • Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association
  • Certified Myofasical Trigger Point Therapist

Professional Association:
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Orthopedic and Sports Section Member

Ellen Hangen

Ellen Hangen
PT, OCS

"I take great satisfaction in treating my patients with empathy and understanding, especially in the case of acute conditions. Truly caring for my patients has made a difference in patient compliance and improvements in their conditions. It's great to see my patients enjoying therapy."

Ellen enjoys outpatient orthopedics and has a special interest in treating foot and ankle conditions as well as pediatric orthopedic patients.

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Education:
Master of Science (Magna Cum Laude), Physical Therapy, University of Pittsburgh, 2001

Bachelor of Science (Magna Cum Laude), Zoology, University of Maryland, College Park, 1999

Board Certification:
Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

Advanced Training:
Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy through the McKenzie Institute: A-The Lumbar Spine, B - The Cervical Spine, C- Problem Solving Practical Workshop; A Practical Approach to the Lower Extremity Biomechanics

Professional Associations:
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)

Christina Penny

Christina Penny
DPT, OMPT, CMTPT

"It is very rewarding to help patients return their normal activities. Every patient is unique, and I enjoy working side by side with each patient in order to accomplish his or her goals. I believe physical therapy is not solely for rehabilitation of injury, but to provide others with tools for prevention and generalized health."

Christina's special interests include vestibular rehabilitation, balance and falls, return to sport, return to running, and orthopedics. She is an avid athlete still playing soccer, football, short and long distance running. She completed the Boston Marathon in 2017. 

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Education:
University of Maryland, School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, Department of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Sciences, Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Towson University, Towson, MD, Department of Kinesiology, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Summa Cum Laude

Certification:

Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy, Evidence In Motion

Certified Trigger Point Dry Needling; Myopain Seminars

Advanced Training:

Vestibular Testing Mastery Class; Johns Hopkins Hospital

Healthy Running Continuing Education; Anne Arundel Medical Center

Fall and Prevention for Older Adults; American Physical Therapy Association

Evaluation and Treatment of Patients with Dizziness and Balance Disorders: A Comprehensive Approach Through Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy, 

Professional Membership:

American Physical Therapy Association: Orthopedic section member

Vestibular Disorders Association

Ian Sikora

Ian Sikora
PT, DPT, GCS

"Having experienced multiple orthopedic surgeries, I know firsthand the frustration of living in discomfort. I take pride in helping people regain the health needed to sit, stand, sleep, walk, work and play without debilitating pain."

Ian’s journey to Physical Therapy started with four knee surgeries. These operations disrupted not only his hobbies but his career as well. He is therefore passionate about helping patients regain the ability to do what they want and need to do. 

He has great enthusiasm for patient education and self-management. Following an appointment with Ian, you should feel that you have an improved understanding of both your condition and the skills needed to address your limitations. 

Ian is a Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist.  By immersing himself in the research and techniques that ensure optimal aging for older patients, he can provide insights into improving and maintaining function across the lifespan. 

He lives in Towson with his wife and two children. His hobbies include running, swimming, and playing the drums. 

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Education:

Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), University of Maryland School of Medicine-Department of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science

Bachelor of Arts, Music, University of Maryland, College Park

Advanced Training:

Dermoneuromodulation, American Institute of Alternative Medicine Differential Diagnosis Modules 1-3,

Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist

Professional Associations:

American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)

John J. Nietubicz

John J. Nietubicz
PT, OCS, MTC, CMTPT

“I have never considered my career as a Physical Therapist a job, but a vocation! I believe strongly in the healing touch. This involves not only a hands-on approach to evaluation and treatment but helping the patient understand the cause of their injury or impairments. I enjoy building lifelong relationships with patients and empowering them with the tools they need to live an active life.”

John has been a successful Physical Therapist since 1985. He has worked in private practice, hospital settings, as well as in the home health care environment, giving him a well-rounded perspective on patient care and patient communication. Not only is John a Certified Manual Therapist, but he also holds the Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) certification and is a Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist (dry needling). Additionally, he is a certified Clinical Instructor for the American Physical Therapy Association. John has a strong interest in manual therapy, postural training, dry needling, and individualized exercise prescription. He particularly enjoys helping patients safely return to golf.

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Education:

BS, Physical Therapy, University of Maryland School of Medicine,
Department of Physical Therapy

Board Certification:
Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, 2011

Manual Therapy Certification, 1991

Certified Clinical Instructor, APTA, 2015

Certified Manual Trigger Point Specialist 2018

Professional Associations:

American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)

University of Maryland Physical Therapy Alumni Board, Board Member and President

Emily Sauder Wood

Emily Sauder Wood
PT, DPT, OMPT

"With a background in Athletic Training I’ve always enjoyed working with athletes however over my years of practice have learned that through all stages in life we are all working to improve our physical ability and are all athletes to some degree.  I find great joy and satisfaction in working with patients to improve their quality of life and reach their activity goals.  My daily goal is to make a difference in at least one person’s life and I thank my patients for giving me that opportunity."

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Education:
Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Maryland, School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science

Bachelor of Science, Athletic Training, Towson University

Advanced Training:

Orthopedic Manual Physial Therapy, Evidence In Motion

BIG certified for treatment of Parkinson's Diease

Jessica Abraskin

Jessica Abraskin
PT, DPT, CBIS

"As a physical therapist, I take pride in providing compassionate care to each and every person. I believe in utilizing a combined approach of manual treatment mixed with functional specific exercises to assist patients in return to their maximum, functional potential. It is an awesome responsibility and honor to be able to make such a difference in the lives of others."

Jessica enjoys treating both orthopedic and neurologic populations. Her special interests include management of vestibular disorders, cervicogenic dizziness and pain, and concussion management.

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Education:
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Boston University
Masters of Science, Physical Therapy, University of Connecticut
Bachelors of Science, Pre-Physical Therapy, University of Connecticut

Board Certifications:

American Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists- Certified Brain Injury Specialist

Certified Orthopedic Specialist, 2021

Advanced Training:

American Physical Therapy Association- Competency in Cervicogenic Dizziness


American Physical Therapy Association- Advanced Competency in Vestibular Rehabilitation


American Physical Therapy Association- Competency in Vestibular Rehabilitation


Mechanical Disorders of the Lumbar Spine and Sacroiliac Joint: ASymptom

Reproduction Model; Russell Woodman, DPT, MS, FSOM, OCS, MCTA

Mulligan Concept Courses: Introductory course, Upper Quarter, Lower Quarter

Professional Associations:
American Physical Therapy Association
Vestibular Disorders Association
American Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists

Mick Foley

Mick Foley
PT, DPT, CMTPT, PPCS

"It is important to help people reach their potential. My goal is to help every patient realize their body is strong and resilient. I believe physical therapy should not just be prescribed after an injury but can be a valuable tool to help people live their life the way they want to. From my own past athletic injuries, I understand what it takes to get back to both sports and an active lifestyle.” 

Dr. Mick received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Neumann University in Aston, PA. Prior to Physical Therapy school he received his B.S. in Community Health from George Mason University while playing Division I baseball. 

Since graduating, he has taken multiple continuing education courses to further improve his clinical expertise. They have included; Titleist Performance Institute Medical 2, Myopain Seminars Dry Needling courses, Pain Free Performance Specialist Certification, and Mulligan Manual therapy courses. 

TPI courses have furthered his ability to examine, rehab, and train golfers with a focus on improving their body- swing connection, swing efficiency, and training performance. Mick enjoys challenging his patients to reach their potential on and off the course. 

He is also a Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist and Certified Dry Needler. He utilizes this technique to manage myofascial pain caused by trigger points. 

Mick blends manual therapy, exercise based strengthening, and movement science in his rehabilitation approach. His expertise includes; golfers, fitness athletes, post op rehab, overhead athletes, balance and falls.

When not treating in the clinic, Mick enjoys golfing, exercising, watching Philadelphia sports, and spending time at the beach.

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Education:

Neumann University, Aston, PA, Department of Physical Therapy, Doctor of Physical Therapy

George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, College of Health and Human Services, Department of Global and Community Health, Bachelor of Science in Community Health

Certification:

Medical 2 Certified, Titleist Performance Institute

CMTPT- Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist

PPSC- Pain free Performance Specialist Certification

Professional Membership:

American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) member 

Maryland Physical Therapy Association (APTA) member

Sydnie Heiman

Sydnie Heiman
PTA

"As an athlete myself, I understand the importance of being able to perform sports, hobbies, and daily activities without restrictions. I enjoy getting to know every single one of my patients and better understanding how their diagnosis affects them in the clinic, as well as in their daily life. I find so much joy in returning my patients to their highest level of function and educating them on tools to improve their quality of life long term."

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Education:

Cecil College- Associate of Applied Science, Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant 

Advance Training:

Certifications; LSVT BIG (renewed 2022)

Professional associations:
American Physical Therapy Association: member

Katie Breeze

Katie Breeze
PT, DPT

"In the physical therapy profession, you get to meet new people and build lasting relationships.  Building rapport allows me to develop individual plans for my patients.  I have a passion for learning and expanding my skills to support patients in meeting their goals and getting back to participating in the activities they love."

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Education:

Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Maryland Baltimore, Baltimore, MD

Bachelor of Science, Biology, Robert Morris University, MoonTownship, PA

Professional Membership:

American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)

Priya Joshi

Priya Joshi
PT, MHS, DPT

“I find much happiness in making my patients smile every day. I believe the most important factor is to engage with them and work together to achieve their end goals. Being a physical therapist, I feel privileged in being able to make a difference in their lives and assisting them to return to their prior functional level. My special interests include generalized orthopedic conditions, manual therapy, balance and falls, and rehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders. “

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Education:

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Touro College, School of Health Sciences – Jan 2021

Master’s in Health Sciences, University of Indianapolis, Krannert School of Physical Therapy

Bachelor of Physical Therapy, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, India

Advanced Training:

Certified Clinical Instructor, APTA, 2019

Professional Associations:

American Physical therapy Association (APTA)
Maryland Physical Therapy Association

Kristin Beil

Kristin Beil
PT, DPT

" I find great pleasure in my job watching patient's achieve their goals. One of my jobs as a physical therapist is to provide guidance to help patients succeed in physical therapy and help them return to their prior level of function. I enjoy getting to know my patients and working with them to help establish goals for physical therapy. I enjoy working with patients that include generalized orthopedic conditions, post-operative patients, and balance/fall prevention training."

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Education:

University of Maryland, School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD. Department of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Sciences, Doctorate of Physical Therapy 

McDaniel College, Westminster, MD. Bachelor of Arts in Exercise Science & Physical Education, Magna Cum Laude

Professional Associations:

American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)

Stephanie Alderson

Stephanie Alderson
PT, DPT

“To me, the best part of my job is meeting new people, hearing their stories, and learning what is
important to them in order to best help them reach their goals. I enjoy working together with my
patients to provide them with an active role in their recovery.”

Stephanie’s special interests include orthopedics, especially the lower extremity, return to sport and return to running. Stephanie continues to stay active with running and yoga.

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Education: 
Arcadia University, Glenside, PA, Department of Physical Therapy, Doctor of Physical Therapy
University of Maryland College Park, College Park, MD, School of Public Health, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology

Advanced Training: 
Functional Dry Needling Level I, Evidence in Motion; Functional Therapeutics: Applications for Dry Needling, Evidence in Motion; Functional Dry Needling Level II, Evidence in Motion;

Blood Flow Restriction Training, Smart Tools

Professional Associations: 
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)

Alexandra (Ali) Chaney

Alexandra (Ali) Chaney
Physician Liaison
PTA

"As a dancer who has overcome a myriad of injuries, I understand the frustration that comes with pain and the inability to participate in activities you enjoy. I believe that movement is imperative not only for a healthy body, but also a healthy mind. It gives me great joy to assist others in returning to their everyday lives without dysfunction and more importantly the activities they love." 

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Education:

Wilmington University, New Castle, DE. Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences, Summa Cum Laude

Cecil College, North East, MD. Associate of Applied Science, Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant 

Harford Community College, Associate of Science 

Goucher College, Dance Studies

Professional Associations:

American Physical Therapy Association: Orthopedic & Research Sections Member
Maryland Physical Therapy Association

James Hicks

James Hicks
PT, DPT

"The ability to work with people to alleviate pain and dysfunction in every day life is very rewarding. I take it as a personal challenge to make physical therapy the most pleasant and meaningful experience possible. "

James' special interests include generalized outpatient orthopedics, return to sport and injury prevention. James enjoys remaining as active as possible, with participation in multiple recreational sports, strength training and hiking. 

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Education:
University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD. Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD. Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Summa Cum Laude

Advanced Training:

Treatment of the Lumbar Complex, Great Lake Seminars

Joshua Haffner

Joshua Haffner
PT, DPT

“Instead of restrictions, patients deserve solutions that allow them to safely continue performing the activities that are most important to them. Every patient has unique goals that he/she is hoping to achieve in physical therapy, and reaching these goals requires a unique and customized regimen. This starts with the physical therapist asking the right questions and listening to the patient closely. I am passionate about working with patients to learn what is important to them, and giving them the tools to take an active role in their recovery. I take pride in collaborating with patients throughout this process, beginning with a hands-on approach, and ultimately progressing to training healthy movement patterns to minimize injury risk in the future.”

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Education:

Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science

Bachelor of Arts, College of Charleston Honors College

Professional Associations:

American Physical Therapy Association

Maryland Physical Therapy Association

Michael Wah

Michael Wah

"I've treated patients with a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders. There's so much about physical therapy that I enjoy, particularly getting to know patients, figuring out how to solve their physical problems and getting them back to their favorite activities.". Education: BS, Physical Therapy, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy tDPT, Evidence in Motion Institute, Louisville, KY Board Certification: Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, 1990 (recertifi...
Joe Palmer

Joe Palmer

"I find great satisfaction in helping someone take control of their situation. I believe that your physical therapist should be your teammate, and working together, you can achieve your goals. Seeing people improve and return to life without pain is very rewarding.". Joe grew up in Perry Hall and is excited to serve the community that gave him so much support during his education. Joe enjoys outpatient orthopedics because he is able to use a hands-on approach to evaluate and treat a variety o...
Ellen Hangen

Ellen Hangen

"I take great satisfaction in treating my patients with empathy and understanding, especially in the case of acute conditions. Truly caring for my patients has made a difference in patient compliance and improvements in their conditions. It's great to see my patients enjoying therapy.". Ellen enjoys outpatient orthopedics and has a special interest in treating foot and ankle conditions as well as pediatric orthopedic patients. ___________________________________________________________________...
Christina Penny

Christina Penny

"It is very rewarding to help patients return their normal activities. Every patient is unique, and I enjoy working side by side with each patient in order to accomplish his or her goals. I believe physical therapy is not solely for rehabilitation of injury, but to provide others with tools for prevention and generalized health.". Christina's special interests include vestibular rehabilitation, balance and falls, return to sport, return to running, and orthopedics. She is an avid athlete still ...
Ian Sikora

Ian Sikora

"Having experienced multiple orthopedic surgeries, I know firsthand the frustration of living in discomfort. I take pride in helping people regain the health needed to sit, stand, sleep, walk, work and play without debilitating pain.". Ian’s journey to Physical Therapy started with four knee surgeries. These operations disrupted not only his hobbies but his career as well. He is therefore passionate about helping patients regain the ability to do what they want and need to do.  He has gre...
John J. Nietubicz

John J. Nietubicz

“I have never considered my career as a Physical Therapist a job, but a vocation! I believe strongly in the healing touch. This involves not only a hands-on approach to evaluation and treatment but helping the patient understand the cause of their injury or impairments. I enjoy building lifelong relationships with patients and empowering them with the tools they need to live an active life.”. John has been a successful Physical Therapist since 1985. He has worked in private practice, hospit...
Emily Sauder Wood

Emily Sauder Wood

"With a background in Athletic Training I’ve always enjoyed working with athletes however over my years of practice have learned that through all stages in life we are all working to improve our physical ability and are all athletes to some degree.  I find great joy and satisfaction in working with patients to improve their quality of life and reach their activity goals.  My daily goal is to make a difference in at least one person’s life and I thank my patients for giving ...
Jessica Abraskin

Jessica Abraskin

"As a physical therapist, I take pride in providing compassionate care to each and every person. I believe in utilizing a combined approach of manual treatment mixed with functional specific exercises to assist patients in return to their maximum, functional potential. It is an awesome responsibility and honor to be able to make such a difference in the lives of others.". Jessica enjoys treating both orthopedic and neurologic populations. Her special interests include management of vestibular d...
Mick Foley

Mick Foley

"It is important to help people reach their potential. My goal is to help every patient realize their body is strong and resilient. I believe physical therapy should not just be prescribed after an injury but can be a valuable tool to help people live their life the way they want to. From my own past athletic injuries, I understand what it takes to get back to both sports and an active lifestyle.” . Dr. Mick received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Neumann University in Aston, P...
Sydnie Heiman

Sydnie Heiman

"As an athlete myself, I understand the importance of being able to perform sports, hobbies, and daily activities without restrictions. I enjoy getting to know every single one of my patients and better understanding how their diagnosis affects them in the clinic, as well as in their daily life. I find so much joy in returning my patients to their highest level of function and educating them on tools to improve their quality of life long term.". _________________________________________________...
Katie Breeze

Katie Breeze

"In the physical therapy profession, you get to meet new people and build lasting relationships.  Building rapport allows me to develop individual plans for my patients.  I have a passion for learning and expanding my skills to support patients in meeting their goals and getting back to participating in the activities they love.". __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Educ...
Priya Joshi

Priya Joshi

“I find much happiness in making my patients smile every day. I believe the most important factor is to engage with them and work together to achieve their end goals. Being a physical therapist, I feel privileged in being able to make a difference in their lives and assisting them to return to their prior functional level. My special interests include generalized orthopedic conditions, manual therapy, balance and falls, and rehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders. “. ________...
Kristin Beil

Kristin Beil

" I find great pleasure in my job watching patient's achieve their goals. One of my jobs as a physical therapist is to provide guidance to help patients succeed in physical therapy and help them return to their prior level of function. I enjoy getting to know my patients and working with them to help establish goals for physical therapy. I enjoy working with patients that include generalized orthopedic conditions, post-operative patients, and balance/fall prevention training.". ______________...
Stephanie Alderson

Stephanie Alderson

“To me, the best part of my job is meeting new people, hearing their stories, and learning what isimportant to them in order to best help them reach their goals. I enjoy working together with mypatients to provide them with an active role in their recovery.”. Stephanie’s special interests include orthopedics, especially the lower extremity, return to sport and return to running. Stephanie continues to stay active with running and yoga. ________________________________________...
Alexandra (Ali) Chaney

Alexandra (Ali) Chaney
Physician Liaison

"As a dancer who has overcome a myriad of injuries, I understand the frustration that comes with pain and the inability to participate in activities you enjoy. I believe that movement is imperative not only for a healthy body, but also a healthy mind. It gives me great joy to assist others in returning to their everyday lives without dysfunction and more importantly the activities they love." . ________________________________________________________________________________________________...
James Hicks

James Hicks

"The ability to work with people to alleviate pain and dysfunction in every day life is very rewarding. I take it as a personal challenge to make physical therapy the most pleasant and meaningful experience possible. ". James' special interests include generalized outpatient orthopedics, return to sport and injury prevention. James enjoys remaining as active as possible, with participation in multiple recreational sports, strength training and hiking.  __________________________...
Joshua Haffner

Joshua Haffner

“Instead of restrictions, patients deserve solutions that allow them to safely continue performing the activities that are most important to them. Every patient has unique goals that he/she is hoping to achieve in physical therapy, and reaching these goals requires a unique and customized regimen. This starts with the physical therapist asking the right questions and listening to the patient closely. I am passionate about working with patients to learn what is important to them, and giving the...