I am a physical therapist and owner of North Penn Physical Therapy. I graduated from Millersville University with a BS in Business Administration, and Arcadia University with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. With over 25 years of experience as a physical therapist, I have worked in all types of settings including acute care hospitals and skilled nursing facilities, and was a former manager at Main Line Health prior to opening North Penn Physical Therapy.
I am able to successfully treat a wide range of diagnoses, but especially enjoy working with joint replacement and vertigo patients because they can experience very dramatic improvements in a very short period of time. Rather than having a “specialty”, I like to think of myself as a “problem solver”. Being a part of helping someone solve a health related issue, especially one that they’ve had for a long time or haven’t had positive results with in the past, is simply an amazing experience. Even after so many years in the business, it is still the best part of the job.
It has been an honor to have met and worked with so many wonderful people in the Lansdale area. Over the last few years, we have been steadily growing our practice through word of mouth and patient referrals. We are always thrilled when a satisfied customer spreads the word about us, and we have been lucky to receive many favorable reviews, which you can see HERE
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Tracy Harper DPT, ATC
Tracy Harper is a physical therapist and athletic trainer. She graduated from Penn State University in 1989 with a BS in health education and then from Hahnemann University in 1991 with a Master’s degree in physical therapy. In 2005 she completed the post-professional Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Drexel University. Tracy has practiced physical therapy in a variety of outpatient orthopedic and sports medicine clinics. Her specialties include the management of sport and trauma related conditions and injuries, chronic neck and back pain, post-surgical rehabilitation, and painful conditions affecting the foot and ankle. When not working with her patients she can be found hiking, biking, gardening, traveling, reading, or trying to maintain her 200+ year old farmhouse.