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O. Scott Toale, PT, MPT, Cert. MDT

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Scott’s pursuit of orthopedics started after sustaining athletic injuries as a high school NJ All-State soccer player and a collegiate club lacrosse player.  He graduated from The College of New Jersey in 1995 with a B.S. in Biology and a minor in psychology. He earned his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Temple University in 2000 and received his certification in spine care from the McKenzie Institute in 2010.  To further compliment his manual therapy skills which include myofascial release and joint mobilization, Scott became certified in the Graston® Technique for Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization.  In addition to his wide array of experience treating orthopedic diagnoses, Scott also treats many neurologic disorders including Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis.  Scott enjoys instructing fellow clinicians and served as a speaker of the 2013 PA-NJ IARP Conference titled “Evidence-based Shoulder Rehabilitation.”  Through comprehensive evaluation, Scott is able to identify the root cause of his patients’ impairments and develop a precise individualized program for each patient.  His treatment philosophy is to identify faulty movement patterns and turn them into proper mechanics to attain lifelong health and wellness.  Scott enjoys spending his spare time with his wife, Linda and daughter, Peighton in nearby Horsham, PA.  You may see him walking his dog, enjoying the beaches of NJ, or driving around town with his Jeep top down.

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