• Luis G. Hincapie, MPT, ATC

    Luis graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, MA and received his Masters degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. He has over 24 years of clinical experience in various aspects of rehabilitation including Critical Care patients. He was published in Critical Care Medicine on Rehabilitation of Chronic Ventilator dependent patients. With a Sports Medicine background, he brings a wealth of knowledge with our outpatient/Orthopaedic patient population. He has gained teaching experiences as an adjunct faculty with Temple and Widener Universities. Luis holds certifications in Ergonomic and Spine Evaluations, hand rehabilitation, and Strength and Conditioning. When he is not problem solving and teaching at the clinic, his passion is in coaching youth competitive travel soccer teams.

  • Mark Nimchuk, DPT

    Mark has been practicing physical therapy for the last 17 years in a variety of settings. After graduating Temple University in 1997, he worked at Temple hospital for almost 10 years, primarily on their ventilator rehabilitation unit, where he also co-authored research article on rehabilitation of ventilator dependent patient. Mark has experiences as a travel physical therapist, home care physical therapy and outpatient therapy. He has recently completed courses specializing in kinesiotaping and use of the Graston technique to treat musculoskeletal injuries. My hobbies include playing racquetball and golf. I’m also an avid snowboarder.

  • Manish Patel, OTR/L

    Manish has been a licensed PA Occupational therapist for the last 13 years, where he has practiced in all areas of rehab. Manish has extensive experience in outpatient rehab, where he specializes in rehabilitation of the upper extremity and hand, as well as splinting, for clients of all age groups. Manish also possesses advanced certifications which enable him to conduct Functional Capacity Evaluations for workers compensation, disability, and post hire pre-placement screens. In addition, Manish possesses a certification in ergonomics, which allows him to consult and perform as an ergonomist to aid in work injury prevention. His expertise in the areas of ergonomics and functional capacity evaluations has lead to adjunct lecturing at universities and colleges.

  • Joshua Rivera, ATC

    Studied Athletic Training At West Chester Univ. 1998-2002. He went to study Sports Medicine at Temple University in 2002-2005. He’s worked with various sports groups at Temple University, Widener University and locally at Nueva Esperanza Academy. Josh is a member of NATA and enjoys bowling, football, and Pina Coladas.

  • Vincent Ngo, DPT

    Vincent received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of the Sciences in 2014. He mainly has experience in outpatient orthopaedics with a clinical experience in a skilled nursing facility. Vincent has an interest in obtaining his Strength and Conditioning certification and has taken an interest in functional movement assessments (SFMA.) He enjoys going out to eat, working out, and staying active.

  • Mario Figueroa, PTA

    Mario graduated from Hahnemann University in 1992. Since he has been treating patients in the Philadelphia area for over 20 years as a Physical Therapy Assistant. Mario offers bilingual service and fluent in Spanish. When not working Mario enjoys cooking, exercise, and travel.

  • Tom Kain, DPT

    Tom graduated with his Doctor in Physical Therapy from Widener University in 2017.  His clinical experience includes many outpatient orthopedic physical therapy clinics, skilled nursing facility/long-term care, and some experience working as a Home Health PT.  Tom takes a holistoic approach to patient care, taking a whole body approach to addressing a person’s impairments.  Tom enjoys working out, playing hockey, and watching the Flyers.

  • Melissa Lebron, DPT

    Melissa received her Bachelor of Science degree at Chestnut Hill College in 1997 before becoming a school teacher. While teaching, she discovered her love for the field of physical therapy. Melissa went on to graduate school and received her Masters in Physical Therapy at Rutgers University in 2005. Her experience includes outpatient, inpatient rehab, acute care, skilled nursing, home care and correctional settings. Melissa is an STMT (soft tissue manual tool) Certified Practitioner.