If you ever wonder why weekend football games can be dangerous I can tell you why. It was just flag football, but it was muddy and I twisted my knee. As it turns out, the twist was not the real problem, it was the guys who fell on me. I tore my MCL and ACL. I am a postal carrier so you can imagine how panicked I was. I met Kevin through a referral from my orthopedic surgeon. Kevin helped me through some painful times early on but as we progressed, the pain subsided and he started helping me with strength and flexibility. It was like having a personal trainer. Kevin’s background in Athletic Training gives him what I feel is a special edge beyond just Physical Therapist. Kevin Rocks!Jimmy
After my skiing accident which left my mcl in shreds, Dennis worked with me several times a week to get me back on skis. I was stronger than before my injury and I can ski for longer now. Thanks Dennis!Angela
At age 72 it is a dangerous time to have a fall. Unfortunately for me I fell while walking on the ice one cold January morning. I landed on my elbow and separated my shoulder. I found out about Pike Creek Physical Therapy from my grandson who had been treated by Jordan Weiner for a High School Basedball shoulder injury. Jordan was fantastic! We worked at my pace and my right shoulder is now back to full strength. I am staying away from the ice though!James
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Dennis graduated from West Chester University in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Physical Education, and a minor in Athletic Training. He completed his MS in Exercise Physiology at West Virginia University where he was a graduate assistant in athletic training. He continued studies at the University of Indianapolis, receiving his MS in Physical Therapy.
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Dennis has conducted numerous workshops nationally relating to various orthopedic and sports physical therapy topics with particular emphasis on foot/ankle biomechanical evaluation and treatment. He has completed all course work available to physical therapists from the Michigan State School of Osteopathic Medicine, and all McKenzie course work related to treatment of spinal disorders
Competing as a runner in track and road races during high school, college, and post-college, Dennis now enjoys cycling and mountain biking both competitively and recreationally. He loves spending time with his very active wife, five children, and two grandchildren.
KEVIN T. MCDONALD
Kevin completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and Wellness with an Athletic Training Concentration at Wayne State College of Nebraska and a Research/Graduate Fellowship at the International Center for Aquatic Research located within the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs in 1991.
Prior to joining Pike Creek Physical Therapy in 2011, Kevin worked as a collegiate, high school and middle school athletic trainer in Tennessee and Pennsylvania. He spent time as Administrative Director of Mercy Sports Medicine, as a Physician Extender at a multidisciplinary orthopaedic practice and as the manager of a fitness facility specializing in personal training and nutritional counseling. He taught Biomechanics / Kinesiology / Anatomy / Physiology laboratory classes at Temple University.
Kevin is a certified athletic trainer and a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. His interests include physical fitness, reading, and spending time with his wife and children.
Jordan graduated from Brandywine High School in 2004, then completed an associate’s degree as a physical therapist assistant at Delaware Tech. Jordan has been an active outpatient clinician since 2010 predominantly working with orthopedic conditions. In 2015, Jordan joined the staff of Pike Creek Physical Therapy.
Jordan has volunteered time at Christiana Hospital’s joint replacement center. Jordan has also volunteered with multiple sclerosis patients at Carousel Park to assist in therapeutic riding. Jordan’s interests include snow skiing, hiking, and spending time with friends/family.