Frank McCabe MPT, B.S. Ex. Phys., Cert. MDT
Frank graduated from Temple University with a degree in Exercise Physiology/Cardiac Rehabilitation. He continued his education at Rutgers University and graduated with his Masters in Physical Therapy. He pursued post graduate work and became a spine specialist, certified through the McKenzie Institute. He has co-authored a chapter, with the University of Pennsylvania, detailing physical therapy treatments for cervical spine pain and radiculopathy. In addition to his spine specialty, Frank has developed a unique expertise and treatment methods for tendinitis and other tendon injuries. He has co-authored a journal article detailing the latest and most effective treatments for Achilles tendinopathy.
Douglas Brady DPT, JD, MBA
Doug received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Neumann University, with undergraduate studies at Villanova University and graduate studies at Temple University. His practice encompasses all aspects of orthopaedic physical therapy. In addition, Doug has developed a special focus on treating patients with balance disorders and those suffering from vertigo and dizziness. Doug is a member of the Vestibular Disorders Association.
Kady Showmaker, DPT
Kady completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Drexel University in the Spring of 2012. Prior to attending Drexel, she received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Temple University. Over the past six years, Kady gained experience in various outpatient clinics, hospitals and rehabilitation centers. She enjoys all aspects of orthopedics and has developed a special interest in rehabilitation of the spine, shoulder and neurologic disorders. Kady is in the process of completing the coursework required for certification in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy through the McKenzie Institute. Through ongoing practice and continuing education courses, Kady aspires to continually expand upon her skillset, knowledge and manual techniques.