It’s been four and a half years since Karissa Yoder’s life-altering car accident. Karissa Yoder and her mother Carla at Tidewater Physical Therapy Harrington. In September 2011, during her freshman year at Rosedale Bible College in Ohio – just six weeks into her college career – Karissa (pronounced like “Theresa”) and two friends were driving back to campus after leaving morning church service…
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In celebration of Women’s History Month, we wanted to honor two women of legacy in the physical therapy world, Jayne Snyder and Florence Kendall.
The pain in Jesse Spencer’s left knee had been getting gradually worse over a two-year period. Daily tasks such as walking or performing his job were becoming more difficult. Having had surgery on that same knee seven years prior, he decided to go to the doctor and get his knee examined.
OCEAN PINES, Md. – William “Billy” Hamilton, Jr., clinical director of Tidewater Physical Therapy’s Ocean Pines clinic recently became a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) and is only one of 144 in Maryland with this special certification.
Melissa “Mel” Doyle has worked at Tidewater Physical Therapy’s Easton Clinic for the past 19 years. During most of her tenure she worked in the billing and payments department. About a year ago, after being diagnosed with lymphedema of her right limb due to the surgical removal of 18 lymph nodes during her double mastectomy, she switched to the role of account manager.
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A 2014 marks Tidewater Physical Therapy’s 30th anniversary, we took the opportunity to ask our longest tenured employee – Joe Whalen, clinical director of our Lewes (West), DE location – some questions about his experience over the years both at Tidewater Physical Therapy and within the physical therapy industry.
When it was announced that all staff could participate in an internal raffle where the victor would be given $1,000 to his or her charity of choice, Thad Russell, physical therapy assistant in Seaford knew he not only would participate in it but had to win it.
On May 18, 2013, Kim Malone experienced what she describes as the best and worst day of her life. She had just finished the American Diabetes Association Tour de Cure in Easton, Maryland. A diabetic herself, Malone was proud to have completed the bike ride to help with the fight against diabetes…