The Best Therapy Staff in Purcellville and Beyond
Purcellville Orthopedic has the best-trained staff in Purcellville, and ranks as one of the best therapy businesses in the area. Our goal is to make sure that our patients are well taken care of, with vast knowledge and experience that can help them through any injury, condition, or other problem. With our vast experience, we have received rave reviews from area patients who have gained a new lease on life as a result.
Earl Cox, PT, MS, CSCS
Earl Cox, PT, MS, CSCS a highly qualified and extremely respected physical therapist in Frederick County, is the founder and CEO of Superior Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab. He has almost 20 years of clinical experience and prides himself on his ability to listen and help solve the route cause of a condition or pathology.
He holds certifications in Electrodiagnostic testing (EMG/NCV Studies) and Vestibular rehabilitation. He was a former Western District Chairperson of the APTA of Md. and Certified Strengthening and Conditioning Specialist. He is very active in the community helping the MVAA with youth soccer and is the Coach of the Middletown High School Ice Hockey Team. He also aids the Frederick Freeze Junior Ice Hockey Program and enjoys volunteering at his daughters' schools.
John O'Neil PT, DPT
Dr. John O’Neil is a native of Frederick, MD. After graduating from Salisbury University, he attended MCPHS University (Worcester, MA) where he earned his DPT degree. Dr. O’Neil works to stay current in new techniques through a wide variety of continuing education courses. He takes a particular interest in looking beyond the diagnosis, focusing on what it means to you to be able to achieve optimum levels of performance and pain reduction in athletics, in the workplace, and in recreational activities.
Dr. O’Neil is a proud dad of his first puppy, Bear, an Austrailan shepherd, and is very much enjoying the trials and tribulations of puppyhood. In his free time, he enjoys just about everything involving the outdoors, as he was the president and founder of his university’s “Outdoors Club” that is still going strong.
James Cyriax, the father of modern orthopedic medicine once said “If you listen to a patient they will tell you what’s wrong, and if you listen to a patient long enough they will tell you how to fix it.” Dr. O’Neil embraces this methodology in his practice, and would love to listen to you.
Teresa Grant, PT
Teresa is a graduate of Northwestern University Programs in Physical Therapy. She has been practicing Physical Therapy in a variety of settings and capacities since 1979. These include neurological rehabilitation, both in-patient and out-patient, working with individuals who have had spinal cord injuries, strokes, head trauma, amputations and many other neurological diseases; home care; managing a rehabilitation program in an assisted living/skilled nursing facility and out-patient orthopedic rehab.
Teresa received a MS degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of New Hampshire in 1984. She enjoys treating a variety of physical conditions and working with each client to achieve their maximum functional abiltiy. Teresa lives in Purcellville with her husband and daughter.
Stephanie Wilfong, DPT LMT
Dr. Stephanie Wilfong is a graduated from Shenandoah University. She has worked in the acute care and outpatient rehabilitation settings following graduation in 2007. Stephanie holds a certification in Lymphedema Management and has completed additional continuing education for Vestibular Rehabilitation. Stephanie resides in Purcellville with her husband and two boys. During her free time is enjoys being outside with her family, exploring new areas and even enjoys a nice night at home.
Emily Carey, PTA
Emily is a native to Central Florida area and moved to the area this year. She graduated from Daytona State College (Daytona Beach, FL) earning her degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA). She has been a PTA for 3 years now. She continued her education in the health science field at Stetson University (Deland, FL) with completion of an Integrative Health Science degree.
Emily is also an equestrian rider and trainer. She has been riding for 16+ years and coaching for 10 years, primarily in the sport of Eventing. Currently she is working through her PATH, Inc. Therapeutic Riding Instructor certification. She plans to combine her two fields to work with persons with disabilities on horseback both as a modality to improve body mechanics and as a sports activity for those wishing to compete in the equestrian fields. She is currently completing her training at Wheatland Farm, a Para-Olympic training facility in the area.
In her free time, Emily enjoys time in the gym or running a few miles, plus outdoor activities such as tubing and sun bathing or anything relaxing in the sunshine (that's the Floridian in her). She also finds herself in the saddle any moment she can for a fun ride or conditioning for competition.