I combine the grounding of excellent physical therapy with a fascination for how our emotional and spiritual sides affect our health. To that end, I double majored in biology and psychology before completing my post-graduate degree in physical therapy in 1983. From the beginning of my career, I have combined solid physical therapy skills with the complimentary fields that address the whole person: CranioSacral Therapy, SomatoEmotional Release and Healing From the Core. I now enjoy a fulfilling and satisfying way to offer my gifts as I help others with their physical and emotional healing. I love engaging and utilizing each patient's inner wisom and providing a safe, non-judgmental environment that allows healing to naturally unfold. I have learned for myself to listen to my body and let it help navigate my own healing. As I continue to learn to be a better listener, I love to help others learn to listen as well. I have learned to hold a compassionate space for others. Helping to facilitate a healing process in another is one of the greatest honors and joys I know.

My Skills

LaSalle University, 1982, BA - Biology and Psychology with Honors: Magna Cum Laude and General College Honors.
Hahnemann University, 1983, Cert. of Proficiency in PT with Honors: Academic Distictions, Clinical Honors, and McBeth Research Award.

CranioSacral Therapy, Healing From the Core, SomatoEmotional Release, Lymph Drainage, Myofascial Release Techniques and Clinical Acupressure, manual and traditional physical therapy skills.

Articles & Books Written

"Myofascial Release Techniques". Physical Therapy Forum, June 4, 1986, Vol. V, No.23.

Professional Associations / Memberships


Professional Physical Therapy Services, Inc.

License Number

PA-PT005324L and NJ-QA03058

PPTS, Inc.
320 Mill Race Lane
Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940

tel. office 215 860-2888 (day)
tel. cell 215 990-6761 (evening)
fax. 215 860-7458

Hours of operation / Fees

Appointments only. Participating provider for several insurance companies. "Gold that buys health can never be ill spent." ~Thomas Dekker, Westward Ho, 1604

Driving directions

Please visit my website (www.pthealing.com) or call for directions