Joe is owner and operator of FitLife, as well as a Licensed Physical Therapist. Joe received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in Exercise Physiology. After graduation, he gained experience as an exercise physiologist in numerous outpatient physical therapy settings. From these experiences, his passion grew to open his own center that would provide comprehensive care for the patient and fitness member alike. He later moved to Pennsylvania and completed his Master's Degree in Physical Therapy from Neumann College. Throughout graduate school, Joe managed a wellness center which afforded him the opportunity to gain experience operating a full wellness center including fitness, aquatics and rehabilitation. Joe remains passionate about opening many FitLife facilities which include both fitness and rehabilitation under one roof, guided by highly trained staff while providing the best in customer service.
PT, DPT, Clinic Supervisor
Cheryl earned her Bachelor's Degree from Sacred Heart University in 2009 and her Doctorate in 2012. While at Sacred Heart, Cheryl was the captain of her dance team which finished fourth in the nation in Collegiate Division 1 Dance. In graduate school, Cheryl traveled to Guatemala with a group of physical therapy students to provide physical therapy services at various locations throughout the country. After graduation, Cheryl worked at a private outpatient clinic in Fairfield County, Connecticut, and then at the Yale University Health Center in New Haven, Connecticut. Originally from Havertown, Cheryl is very excited to be back in the Philadelphia area, and looks forward to treating patients at FitLife. Outside of physical therapy, Cheryl enjoys running, dancing, playing soccer and traveling.
Leticia (Letty) earned a Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology from Pennsylvania State University in 2003, and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Shenandoah University in 2006. She worked in developmental pediatrics at Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters and Cincinnati Children's Hospital. While at Cincinnati she received her Competency in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Emory University and instituted a Pediatric Balance Center at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, treating a wide range of disorders including concussions, BPPV, vestibulotoxicity (from chemotherapy and antibiotics), vertigo associated with migraines, cervicogenic dizziness, and vestibular hypofunction. She relocated to Philadelphia and started at FitLife in 2011. She specializes in vestibular rehabilitation and treats a wide variety of vertiginous and balance disorders. She enjoys improving patients' quality of life and helping them return to their peak level of function.
Physical Therapist Assistant
Jenn grew up in Scranton, PA and decided to make a move to Philadelphia after finishing Physical Therapist Assistant school at Johnson College. Before deciding to pursue physical therapy as a career, Jenn completed a year of outdoor leadership training, during which she traveled the United States learning how to lead excursions in the outdoors. After obtaining a shoulder injury, and later undergoing surgery, Jenn completed months of her own physical therapy. She fell in love with the idea of helping others heal and returning them to their daily lives without pain. Jenn worked at an outpatient facility in Scranton that gained her experience in working with multiple orthopedic injuries. Jenn continues to love the outdoors and participates in backpacking, mountain biking, and rock climbing.
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