The Road to Becoming a Physical Therapist

The road to becoming a physical therapist takes years of education, hard work and dedication. Our Senior Physical Therapist and Cambridge Clinical Director, Alex Eberspacher, DPT, knows this very well. Alex’s story differs from many of our physical therapists, as Alex didn’t know he wanted to be a PT when he started his undergraduate degree. His journey to becoming a PT has many twists and turns, which paved the path for him to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2016….Continue Reading

Tidewater Physical Therapy: 2015 Year in Review

We have had a wonderful year at Tidewater Physical Therapy!Chief Operating Officer, Jennifer Walter says, “We feel this was a year of putting our best foot forward. Not only do we continue to learn and grow from a clinical standpoint in providing excellent care and superior customer service, but have a great sense of pride in presenting a more professional appearance in our marketing materials, advertising and PR……Continue Reading

Tidewater Physical Therapy: Largest Private Healthcare Solar Installation on Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Working with CNC Solar with financing help from Talbot Bank, we installed a 300-panel solar system, which produces an estimated 95,000 kWh of electricity per year, providing 100% of the expected electrical usage for our Easton clinic, making it the largest private healthcare solar installation on the Eastern Shore of Maryland……Continue Reading

Survivors Across Sussex Press Release

June 18, 2015- Wow! The Cancer Support Community Delaware hosted an amazing event on June 13, 2015 to celebrate cancer survivors throughout Sussex County, Survivors Across Sussex.  Survivors Across Sussex consisted of two separate events. A 16-mile Relay that started at the Cancer Support Community Office and ended at 16 Mile Brewery in Georgetown and a Cancer Survivors Rock! After-Party. …Continue Reading

Lisa Covey: From employee to patient

It was March 2, 2015 when Preston, Maryland resident Lisa Covey was driving home from Lewes, Delaware after a long day of work as Tidewater Physical Therapy’s Regional Operations Manager. In her position, Lisa travels throughout Delmarva to Tidewater Physical Therapy’s 16 clinics to ensure that everything runs smoothly and that all clinics are Medicare compliant……Continue Reading

Hand Therapy Week 2015: June 1 – 7, 2015

Hand Therapy Week is an integrated national program established by the American Society of Hand Therapy. Its aim is to raise awareness of the hand therapy specialty among various audiences, including primary care providers, surgeons, referral sources and the public. …Continue Reading

When cancer affects one of our own

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. …Continue Reading