Tiffiny is a licensed Physical Therapist who received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Mount St Mary’s University. She also has her Bachelors in Kinesiology from California State University-Northridge.
Specializes in pediatric orthopedic, neurological, and developmental conditions
Tiffiny has been working with the pediatric population since 2016. Her experience includes: Torticollis, Developmental Delay, Genetic and Neurological Conditions, Muscular disorders and Orthopedic Injuries. She enjoys being creative with her patients and developing their skills through play-based therapy.
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Tiffiny grew up in Southern California and moved to Philadelphia in 2019. In her free time, she enjoys baking desserts and working out (to burn off all the taste testing). She also enjoys spending time with her husband, family and friends.
Nilesh “Neil" Patel
PA licensed and certified
Nilesh graduated from Rajiv Gabndhi university of Health Science in India in 2007 and moved in United States in 2010. Nilesh discovered his passion for Physical Therapy while an opportunity to volunteer in community rehabilitation center. Nilesh worked in various physical therapy settings and continues to grow his skills set by treating various age population and range of conditions. He worked in school settings with children with multiple disability, early learning centers, home health services to bring best possible functional outcomes, gross motor coordination skills, higher level gross motor skills in children of various age groups.
Specializes in orthopedic and neurological diseases and pediatrics
Nilesh experienced in assessment and treatment of orthopedic and neurological diseases affecting posture, gait pattern, gross motor control, coordination and balance to improve age appropriate activities in children.
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Nilesh lives in Langhorne with his wife and two daughters and likes to spend his spare time doing small home projects, reading books.
PA licensed and certified
Julie graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Life Science. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Drexel University in 2018.
Specializes in pediatrics, gross motor delays, torticollis and infant development
Julie is experienced in evaluation and treatment of pediatric conditions impacting strength, range of motion, gait, coordination, balance and gross motor development. She has worked with children requiring adaptive equipment, such as wheelchairs, assistive devices and orthotics to optimize their functional mobility. Julie has training in Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT) and hope to become certified in the near future. She has worked with pediatric patients aged birth to 21 in outpatient, home-based and school settings.
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Julie is a new mom to a baby boy and loves spending time with her family and friends. She enjoys yoga, going for walks, coffee, and reality TV.