|2004 Sproul Road
Broomall, PA 19008
Monday - Thursday: 7am - 7pm
Friday: 7am - 3pm
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Premier Physical Therapy at Broomall
The Physical Therapists at the Premier Broomall site have been providing Physical Therapy services to the community, for the past 20 years. Our patients can be assured they will be evaluated by a licensed physical therapist, and receive a custom designed treatment program. In addition, throughout the course of their treatment, our patients will continue to be treated by a licensed physical therapist, in order to achieve their individual goals. This facility has state of the art equipment including the MedX, tm, Lumbar (low back) Extension Machine. Please call if you would like a personal tour of our facility.
Our Special Services:
- Athlete Program – an individualized sports specific program designed to utilize the knowledge of licensed physical therapists to optimize athletic performance, safety, and longevity.
- Biodex Testing and Rehabilitation
- Graston Technique® - The Graston Technique is used to decrease pain and improve function following an injury or other debilitation. The Graston Technique is a remarkable procedure that allows your Physical Therapist to detect and treat areas of scar tissue or adhesions in muscles, tendons, and ligaments. These scar tissues and adhesions can reduce range of motion and cause pain. Graston Therapy uses stainless steel instruments and specific soft tissue mobilization that is combined with rehabilitative exercises to improve musculoskeletal function. The instruments help to detect and treat areas of scar tissue or adhesions in muscles, tendons, and/or ligaments that can reduce range of motion and cause pain.
- Joint Program – a patient specific program designed through the collaboration between orthopedic surgeons and physical therapists to create the most effective and efficient rehabilitation process in the preparation for and recovery from a total joint replacement.
- McKenzie Method - is an assessment process intended for all musculoskeletal problems, including pain in the back, neck and extremities (i.e., shoulder, knee, ankle etc.), as well as issues associated with sciatica, sacroiliac joint pain, arthritis, degenerative disc disease, muscle spasms and intermittent numbness in hands or feet.
- Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) - A comprehensive assessment tool used to identify injury inducing movement patterns which provides the clinician with a road map for treating injury and dysfunction. This can be used with injured and well populations.
- Vestibular rehabilitation - Vestibular rehabilitation is a physical therapy program designed to overcome symptoms of vertigo, concussions, dizziness, lightheadedness, and imbalance . Vestibular rehabilitation aids in retraining the vestibular system to accommodate physical changes and to restore balance within the body
Stephen Todaro, M.S., PT
Physical Therapist, Clinic Manager
Marybeth Daley, PTPhysical Therapist
Marybeth received a Bachelor's of Science degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from Temple University in 1998 and a Master's degree in Physical Therapy from Temple University in 2001.
- Marybeth has worked solely in the outpatient orthopaedic setting since graduation. She has experience across the outpatient spectrum treating both non-athletes and athletes at all levels from the weekend warrior to high school athletes and beyond. Her affiliations were in the sub acute, rehab, orthopaedic and Veteran's Administration settings. She uses a variety of techniques including hands on treatment, exercise both at home and in the clinic, and patient education to help them understand their injury, prevent reoccurrence and maximize their functional potential.
- Marybeth joined Premier in 2007.
Dana Cohan, PT, DPT
Steve is a graduate of Arcadia University with a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy. He has been working in the Delaware County Community for the past 25 years in Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Physical Therapy. Steve was an assistant football and wrestling coach for almost 20 years at Springfield High School, as well as being their first athletic trainer.
Dana graduated from the University of Vermont in 2008 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. During graduate school, Dana did clinical affiliations at San Diego Childrens Hospital- outpatient clinic, a rehab hospital, as well as, in a burn/wound ICU during her acute care affiliation. Since graduating, Dana has worked in the acute care and outpatient settings working with all ages and a variety of orthopedic diagnosis'. She has specialty training in wound care and is trained in the McKenzie Method to treat the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. Dana treats each person as an individual and believes in patient education and active patient involvement to restore function and get patients back to their normal daily activities as quickly as possible. Dana is trained in the Graston Technique and she utilizes a strong emphasis on a variety of manual skills.