Dr. Edward St. ClairPT, DPT, Certified Hand Therapist
After completing his enlistment, he continued his education in Atlanta Georgia at DeKalb College and earned an Associate of Applied Science degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. He worked for 3 years under that license, specializing in the treatment of patients with traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries at Shepard Pathways.
While at this clinic, he developed treatment programs using aquatic therapy for this special population. He also worked closely with patients suffering from inner ear dysfunction and vertigo. In addition, Eddie worked with orthopedic patients at North Fulton Hospital, treating patients with total joint replacements.
In 1996, he returned to Georgia State University to earn his Bachelor of Science degree as a Physical Therapist. Eddie then moved to Franklin in 1999 and established West Park Rehab.
While in practice, Eddie earned his Clinical Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Temple University in December of 2006. Collectively, he has completed four years of undergraduate studies followed by seven years of coursework specific to the field of physical therapy beginning in 1993. Most recently, Dr. St. Clair completed a rigorous course of study involving the upper extremity and then passed a national exam to earn his board certification in hand therapy.
Dr. Jessica CollinsPT, DPT, Cert. MDT, Expert in EMG/NCV Testing
Jessica began her physical therapy career in 2003 at Hamot Medical Center in Erie, PA as a physical therapy technician, working in both the acute care and sports medicine settings.
Jessica is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association. Jessica has also completed extensive coursework in one of the most effective forms of non-surgical back treatment call the McKenzie Method.
Dr. Beth CarrDPT, CWS, Expert in MSKUS
Beth began her physical therapy career in 2001 at Meadville Medical Center, where she specialized in workplace ergonomics, pediatrics and wound care. She went on to earn her certification in wound care as a Certified Wound Specialist, CWS, in 2004. She has worked in various settings in Physical Therapy to include long-term care, inpatient and outpatient.
Beth is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association and the Association for the Advancement of Wound Care.