Strive Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation is a privately owned company whose mission is to provide the highest level of care through clinical excellence and superior customer service. Our objective is to improve the quality of life of every client and community group we have the opportunity ...

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Sarah Hubbard


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Sarah graduated from Anne Arundel Community College in 2008 with a certificate in Massage Therapy and in 2010 with an Associates of Applied Science as a Physical Therapist Assistant. Sarah worked in Dover, Delaware in an outpatient and aquatic physical therapy clinic for 3.5 years prior to moving to New Jersey to further pursue competitive horseback riding. Before coming to Strive, Sarah had 3 years of out-patient orthopedic experience and became a Certified Sports Massage Therapist as well as certified in Trigger Point and Myofascial Release. Sarah is also an Equine Sports Massage Therapist. As an avid runner, competitive equestrian and interest in full body strengthening, Sarah understands the mindset behind sports and is passionate about helping her patients achieve a pain-free life through achieving their personal and athletic goals.

Meghan Barczak


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Meghan earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University in 2013. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biology-Psychology at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore. Meghan is the Director of Strive's Vestibular Rehabilitation Program. Her physical therapy practice specializes in vestibular rehabilitation, treating patients with vertigo, imbalance and post-concussion syndrome. She is passionate about treating these diagnoses, and is certified in vestibular rehabilitation through Emory University's Competency Based Course. Meghan also enjoys treating a wide variety of orthopedic, neurologic and musculoskeletal disorders. She is certified in the McKenzie Method for spinal disorders, which enables her to effectively treat low back pain and neck pain. Meghan is also certified in the LSVT BIG treatment for Parkinson’s Disease, which has successfully improved mobility, walking and everyday function for many individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. Meghan lives in Philadelphia and is an avid runner. She is very excited to be working in the community and strives to bring a patient-centered, individualized physical therapy experience to each of her patients!

Mark Kelly


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Mark Kelly has been a licensed Physical Therapist since graduating from Thomas Jefferson University in 1992 with his Master of Science in Physical Therapy. Mark has extensive experience in physical therapy for orthopedic conditions, especially with rehabilitation of total joint replacements and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Mark is certified in McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, which is used for treatment of spinal and extremity disorders. In addition he is certified in TRX Suspension Training, which uses bodyweight to perform hundreds of exercises. Mark has also been trained and certified in the Graston technique and has extensive experience with physical therapy home care services. In the future Mark has an interest in pursuing certification in Active Release technique to supplement treatment for his patients.

Katie Keating


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Katie graduated from The Pennsylvania State University in 2012 with a B.S. in Kinesiology. She then attended Arcadia University and earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in January 2015. While earning her doctorate her research focus was on spine disorders and various factors affecting outcomes. She completed her Orthopedic Residency from Temple University where she gained advanced training in the management and treatment of all orthopedic disorders. Katie is a Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Katie has a special interest in running and Ultimate Frisbee. She was captain of the Penn State Club Frisbee team, played on the Philadelphia Club National-level team, and continues to play in Philadelphia leagues. She enjoys working in a team setting working towards a common goal. She uses a patient-centered approach utilizing the best current evidence to achieve the goals the patient needs and wants. In addition to her advanced training in orthopedics, Katie is also certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling and Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (McKenzie Method). She continues her pursuit of clinical excellence with every patient she meets. In her free time, Katie enjoys running, playing Ultimate Frisbee, and exploring the city of Philadelphia with her family.

Matt Hyland


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Matt is a graduate from The University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where he earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Prior to graduate school, Matt attended Temple University where he received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Political Science. Matt enjoys treating the variety of patients that outpatient orthopedics has to offer including geriatrics, post-operative rehab, and sports injuries. Matt is passionate about using evidence based techniques and utilizing manual therapy techniques in his care to help his patients reach their full potential and get back to what they enjoy doing. In addition to achieving his DPT, Matt plans to further his education by obtaining certifications in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, the Maitland Technique, Graston Technique and eventually his Orthopedic Board Certification. In his spare time, Matt enjoys working on cars, golfing, surfing, and exercising.

Kimberly Greer


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Kimberly received a Bachelor of Science from James Madison University in Health Studies with a minor in Gerontology in 2008. She later received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Drexel University in 2011. Kimberly enjoys working with a diverse outpatient population, and is dedicated to developing individualized treatment plans aimed at maximizing functional outcomes. She has prior clinical experience in a variety of settings, including acute rehabilitation, in-patient acute care, and out-patient neurological and orthopedic physical therapy. She has a particular interest in providing specialized rehabilitation for individuals with vestibular, balance, and neurological disorders, as well as post-concussion syndrome, and is passionate about working with the geriatric population. Kimberly earned her American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Certificate in Competency in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Emory University in 2012, and has been credentialed in concussion management through ImPACT's Trained Physical Therapist (ITPT) program. She has also served as a Clinical Pilates instructor, and has completed the APPI Level 1 Matwork Certification Course. Kimberly recently became LSVT BIG certified for the treatment of individuals with Parkinson's disease. She is currently pursuing her McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment Certification, and plans to further advance her clinical education by taking courses on additional manual therapy techniques and sports rehabilitation. In her free time, Kimberly enjoys running, watching sports, exploring new cities, and spending time with her daughter and husband.

Veronica Clark


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Veronica graduated from Quinnipiac University in 2015, earning her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Veronica's approach to physical therapy is rooted in fostering strong patient relationships to tailor each treatment to address specific patient goals. She is certified in the Graston Technique to further adapt and define her manual therapy skills and is also trained in SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment). Veronica is always open to further evidence-based practices and continuing education to continue adding to her skill set as a practitioner. She is also interested in sports injuries and therapy as sports have been a large part of her life. Veronica has experience coaching and playing various sports and is interested in furthering her knowledge of sports medicine to allow the best treatment for the athletic population. When not at work, Veronica enjoys spending the summer down the shore and winters skiing in the mountains out west. Her hobbies include coaching field hockey, traveling the country and abroad, and spending time with family.

Colin Gibson


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In spring 2018, Colin graduated from Thomas Jefferson University in Center City, Philadelphia where he earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Prior to attending Thomas Jefferson University, Colin received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Salisbury University located on Maryland’s eastern shore. Colin enjoys orthopedics and working with athletic populations. Colin believes in the use of evidence-based research in his treatments to help his patients achieve their goals. In the future, Colin looks forward to continuing his education and gaining certifications in McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, the Maitland Technique, and the Graston Technique for soft tissue mobilization.He will also continue to study for h is Orthopedic Board Certification. Besides being a physical therapist, Colin spends time in the local gym working out and taking trips to the dog park. Colin enjoys the outdoors and finding new hiking trails.

Matt Donaldson


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Stefanie Diaz


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Catherine Costa


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Cathy graduated from The Richard Stockton College of NJ with her B.S. in Biology in 2007, and her M.S. in Occupational Therapy in 2009. During graduate studies, she completed 3 months of clinical training in outpatient upper extremity rehab at Philadelphia Hand Center. Cathy started her career in the outpatient hand therapy setting in spring 2010 and spent 3 years working with seasoned Certified Hand Therapists, learning custom splint fabrication, wound care, treatment for nerve and poly-traumatic injuries, and attained her certification in Graston instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization. She spent 6+ years in alternate settings gaining diverse experience in treatment of stroke, cardiac conditions, and geriatric cognitive impairments in addition to progressive neurodegenerative diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis. In 2015, Cathy passed the HTCC board exam and acquired her Certification in Hand Therapy, while working in the home health setting. She utilized her certification to develop a hand rehabilitation program for a South Jersey physical therapy clinic in 2018. Cathy's specialties and interests include custom splinting, rehab for nerve compression injuries, treatment of chronic tendinopathies, differential diagnosis of wrist injuries, and ergonomics. Cathy enjoys horseback riding, gardening, painting, hiking and outdoor recreation in her free time.


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