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.
Dr. Earl Cox, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, MS
Dr. Earl Cox graduated from Beaver College (now Arcadia University) in 1995 with his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. He then pursued and achieved his transitional doctorate of physical therapy from Evidence in Motion. Dr. Cox is the founder and CEO of Superior Physical Therapy & Sports Rehab. He opened his first office in 2001 when he had the vision and goal to become one of the preferred outpatient physical therapy private practices in Frederick County. Since opening, he and his team have been fortunate enough to open a second location in Frederick and one in Purcellville, VA.
Dr. Cox has over 20 years of clinical experience and prides himself on his ability to listen and help solve the root cause of the injury or pathology for patients of any age. He holds certifications in proficiency for Electrodiagnostic testing (EMG/NCV Studies) and Vestibular rehabilitation. He also earned is Orthopedic Specialist certification from ABPTS and is a Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Earl has a passion for sports and played lacrosse, soccer and ice hockey at the collegiate level. His passion for playing sports has helped him with his treatment of athletes at various levels. His abilities have been helping athletes return to their sport as quickly, safely, and most prepared as possible.
Dr. Cox is also very active in the community currently coaching soccer for MVAA and is the former head coach of both the Middletown and Linganore High School Ice Hockey teams. Prior to having 3 lovely daughters, he enjoyed playing hockey for a Men's National Ice Hockey Team and coaching travel ice hockey. He now enjoys volunteering at his daughter's schools and attending numerous community events. Dr. Cox's goal is not only to provide the best care in helping individuals reduce pain and improve function but to be at the forefront of wellness and evidence-based practice in the region.
Dr. Noah Repko PT, DPT
Graduated from Wheeling University where he completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy after receiving a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Gannon University. During his time in college Noah participated on mission trips to Mexico and Guatemala, and played club soccer and ultimate frisbee. His research during his doctorate was on the effects of exercise on patients with dementia. Noah enjoys working with patients of all ages and stages of life. He is excited to help patients achieve their functional goals and continue to improve his skills as a physical therapist through continuing education and certifications. Noah is happily engaged to his beautiful fiancée Dani, who is in the process of completing her DPT degree and looks forward to getting married in his hometown of Erie, PA.
Rebecca Parde, PTA
Rebecca Parde graduated from a CAPTE-approved program at Carroll Community College through the physical therapy assistant program. Prior to pursuing a degree as a PTA, she was a middle school science teacher in Frederick, MD. With her love of education and science, Rebecca feels being a physical therapist assistant is a wonderful extension of her experience. She has worked in both an acute care and outpatient rehabilitation setting following graduation in 2015. Rebecca is currently pursuing an Orthopedic Certification Specialization through a program with Evidence in Motion. Rebecca resides in Brunswick, MD with her husband, daughter, and son. During her free time, she enjoys hiking along the Appalachian Trail and traveling. Rebecca has hiked most of the MD, VA and PA sections of the AT. She boasts of travels to all 50 states in the US and 10 countries.
Andrea Lloyd, PTA
Andrea Lloyd graduated in 2012 as a licensed physical therapist assistant from Blue Ridge Community and Technical College in Martinsburg, West Virginia. Andrea enjoys a good mystery, not just in books, but also in life. Figuring out problems and solving them intrigues Andrea. For this reason, she decided to enroll in George Mason University after nearly 10 years of graduating to complete her degree in Global and Community Health. She then intends to attend graduate school to further pursue a degree in medicine. Her love for perpetual learning only enhanced this dream. She is one of those people who wants to learn everything so she can do anything. Andrea has a strong background in orthopedics with an emphasis on manual therapy. Balance training is another fun area that Andrea enjoys helping patients improve. She has worked in outpatient settings, retirement communities, and home health.
"I started working at POPT on Valentine's Day of 2022. I immediately felt the love. I love working at POPT because of the overwhelming positive energy that you feel as soon as you walk in the door. We all really love what we do and our priority is our patients and it shows. The best part of my job is the excitement on a patient's face reflected on ours when they hit a milestone. We're usually just as excited as they are and being a vital part of their journey to recovery is such a special, rewarding experience. Our patients aren't just patients, they end up being like family. It's definitely what sets our practice apart from other clinics I've worked in. We look forward to meeting you and making you a part of our happy therapy family!"