Dr. Christoper H. Mulvey,
PT, DPT, CLT
Driven to understand how
the body works.
"Even as a kid, I was into sports. I was also interested in why my
wrestling teammates had to be taped up. What was the reasoning
behind it? Also, I was banged up often and spent time in the care of
healthcare professionals, one of whom pointed me toward physical
therapy. I started as a physical therapy assistant, and I knew right
away that I wanted to be a physical therapist."
Committed to making a
difference in the lives of others.
"What I love about this profession is the ability to positively
impact the lives of others. I've worked with thousands of different
people from professional and Olympic athletes to kids and
grandmothers. I've been a manager for one of the world's largest
rehabilitation companies. I've helped resolve some of the most
challenging cases. Through it all, it's about people. It's about you
needing to get back to your life and me doing everything I can to
get you there."
Following a vision of
excellence in physical therapy.
"I founded this practice on a pure vision. I believe in providing
the most appropriate and most successful physical therapy possible.
That means following the evidence and using the therapies that will
get results. It means using the hands and hard-earned knowledge of
true therapy professionals to achieve your goals. It means providing
a place where excellence nurtured and enabled, for therapists as
well as patients. I'm not in this business to provide therapy. I'm
here to make a difference, and I'm proud to say that, here, this is
well under way."
Dr. Virginia S.
Reed, PT, DPT
experience & interest into a career of getting to know & helping
"I injured my knees playing basketball in high school, which led to
reconstructive surgery of my ACL ligament. It was physical therapy
that not only got me back on my feet but that got me back on the
basketball court. I became competitive again, and I had a physical
therapist to thank for that. Also, I really enjoyed the interaction
with the physical therapists, how they talked with me and made a
personal connection. I thought to myself, 'This would be a great
career. I could do this."
Combining credentials &
"I've always been driven to do things well. I also want the people
I'm caring for to feel they can rely on me and to understand that I
know how to make them better. This is an important part of why I
pursued and earned my doctorate in Physical Therapy and became
certified in the treatment of vestibular disorders. But it's still
an emotional endeavor, too. Helping you get back to doing what you
want with the best possible function is a human undertaking. I've
learned that being personally committed and truly 'present' for you
are keys to great results."
Using methods that have
been proven to work.
"You are an individual, and your condition and recovery are unique
to you. It takes understanding, devotion and compassion to do what's
right for you. But it also means using therapies that work. Here,
you'll hear a lot about evidence-based therapy, because it's central
to your successful rehabilitation. I like fixing problems, and I'm
going to use the therapies that will truly get you there."
very friendly, compassionate, and most of all, professional”