John received his Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from West Chester University in 1996, graduating Summa Cum Laude honors and was a member of the Pi Gamma Mu International Honors Society. He graduated from Slippery Rock University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 1999. John worked as clinical director for Premier Orthopedics for 7 years before starting Synergy Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation in 2011 to provide comprehensive personal care for every patient. John also enjoyed being an adjunct professor at Neumann University where he taught Anatomy and Physiology. In 2000, John presented at the National Anthropology Conference for original research he conducted on accessory foot bones in human cadavers. John also completed all 4 portions of the Mckenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy continuing education courses, which he utilizes in the treatment of spine disorders. He specializes in the treatment of vestibular disorders ranging from BPPV, balance deficits, and concussions. John enjoys treating a wide variety of patients ranging from professional athletes to the geriatric population utilizing an individual, hands on approach, with an emphasis on patient education.
To date: John is certified in vestibular rehab, strain/counter-strain, Kinesio taping, McConnell taping and functional capacity evaluations .
Kevlin received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from James Madison University, with concentrations in Pre-Physical Therapy and Ecology in 2009. From 2009 - 2011, Kevlin worked as a Physical Therapist Technician during the day and an Advanced Alzheimer’s Caregiver nights and weekends to gain experience in physical therapy and different patient conditions. In 2014, Kevlin graduated from Widener University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, a certificate in Health Care Management, a concentration in manual therapy, and a member of the Physical Therapy Pro Bono National Honor Society. Kevlin completed her Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in 2017 from Widener University. Since 2014, Kevlin has worked for Penn Medicine as a physical therapist and also as an adjunct professor for the Widener Physical Therapy program. In 2015, Kevlin started working part-time at Synergy and in early 2018, John and Kevlin bought Synergy from its previous owner. No issue is too small or large for Kevlin to treat. Kevlin enjoys treating a wide variety of patients, thinking outside the box, and giving every patient the tailored care they deserve.
To date: Kevlin is certified in Graston Technique, Kinesio taping, and McKenzie Part A- MDT