Fort Washington Rehabilitation Fitness Center Pennsylvania

Fort Washington Rehabilitation & Fitness Center
An independent physical therapy clinic providing personalized, hands-on treatment.


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Peter M. Mohacey, MPT

Peter is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia with a Bachelor of Science in physical education. He earned his Master of Physical Therapy degree at Rutgers University/University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Peter has a wide range of experience in hospital-based and private practice orthopedic and musculoskeletal physical therapy and rehabilitation with patients from pediatrics to geriatrics. He is also a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.

Megan Mohacey Powers, DPT

Megan is a graduate of Neumann University with a doctorate degree in physical therapy. She earned her undergraduate degree in exercise physiology from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. Her experience includes personal training, sport-specific strength and conditioning and post-rehabilitation exercise program design as well as exercise testing and prescription. She enjoys treating patients with musculoskeletal impairments of all types, as well as neurological impairments, especially vestibular dysfunction and traumatic brain injury.

Kelly Lare, Certified Personal Trainer, PT Aide

Kelly has a BA in Finance from Temple University. While at Temple, she was a member of the Temple Women’s Soccer team for four years. She is currently certified as a personal trainer and a performance enhancement specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She has also been the assistant coach for Chestnut Hill College Women’s Soccer for three years.

Wendy Valentine, Certified Massage Therapist

Wendy has an extensive educational background that enables her to work with a wide variety of clientele, including those who are, or have been, patients at Fort Washington Rehab. Wendy specializes in therapeutic techniques, especially myofascial release, which she uses for correcting and releasing injury patterns common in everyone from those with desk jobs to competitive athletes.

 

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