Our mission at OSRA Physical Therapy and Hand Therapy is to provide you and your family with the highest standard of quality Orthopaedic care. Our Rehabilitation Team members have earned advanced degrees and credentials to better serve those who entrust their care in our hands. Our commitment to Orthopaedic rehabilitation provides our patients and community with a dedicated team, with over 80 years of combined experience. Our specialties include, but are not limited to, the rehabilitation of:
- General Orthopaedic Problems
- Spinal Disorders
- Fracture Care
- Joint Replacement
- Sports Injuries and Hand and Upper Extremity Disorders
- Determine functional deficits through evaluation
- Manage the acute stage of dysfunction to prevent chronic pain and/or disability
- Restore function through comprehensive therapeutic programs
- Improve knowledge to reduce risk of reoccurrence
Physical and Hand Therapists perform evaluations in order to assess the extent and nature of the disability, and to allow formulation of a comprehensive treatment program. Measurements such as range of motion and strength are taken to obtain baseline information on areas of lost function. Evaluation results are reported to all referral sources shortly after assessment. Progress updates are forwarded for follow-up visits to the physician.
Manual Therapy techniques utilize the therapist’s hands to relieve pain, restore mobility of stiff or adhesive joints, and to promote appropriate healing in an operative or injured joint.
Specialized exercise is performed during the treatment program to enhance recovery and functional restoration.
Electrical modalities are utilized to promote healing by reducing edema, relieving muscle spasm and reducing pain.
When indicated, the use of therapeutic heat or cold may be used adjunctively in our treatment programs.
Individualized problem oriented programs are designed to rehabilitate an injured worker’s cardiovascular, musculoskeletal and respiratory systems in preparations for return to work.
Pre-Operative Instruction Programs
Patients who will be undergoing elective surgical procedures, such as joint replacement, are instructed in protocol-based exercise and gait training to facilitate quicker post-operative rehabilitation and return to function.
Custom Splint Molding
Our Hand Therapist custom-makes splints for medically necessary hand conditions. Splints are designed to control movement, prevent deformity, allow a joint to rest, or to help facilitate motion in a specific way.
At Orthopedic Surgery and Rehabilitation Associates, LLC
John Wesolowich, PT, DPT, OCS
Dr. Wesolowich earned his Bachelor of Science in Therapeutic Recreation from Temple University in 1977. His Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy was completed in 1982 at the College of Allied Health Professionals in Temple University. He is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedics and earned his clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Temple University in 2004.
He has lectured in the industry on “Back Safety”, and has been a guest lecturer at Temple University. Throughout his practice, he has continued his professional education in the treatment of spinal and extremity disorders. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association. Dr. Wesolowich is the Administrative Therapist for our Rehabilitation Team.
Marie P. McTamney, MSPT
Marie McTamney earned her Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts and her Bachelor of Science from the College of New Jersey in 1984. She received her Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Harcum College in 1989 with Honors. Marie went on to earn her Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1999 from Neumann College.
Marie is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association. She has attended numerous continuing education courses including McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment, as well as Maitland and Mulligan manual therapy techniques. Marie continues her education with an emphasis on Manual Therapy Techniques of the spine and extremities.
Theresa M. (Guinan) Hood, PT, DPT
Dr. Theresa M. (Guinan) Hood earned her Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences in 2006 and Master of Physical Therapy in 2007, both from the University of Scranton. She completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Temple University in 2014.
Theresa has over 10 years of experience in the outpatient setting, with special interests in sports-related injuries and joint replacements. Theresa is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, including the orthopedic and sports sections, and the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association. Theresa has taken numerous continuing education courses to expand her knowledge and clinical skills in orthopedics, manual therapy, and sports performance. She has also been certified in the LSVT BIG program for patients with Parkinson Disease.
Theresa grew up in Northeast Philadelphia and enjoys treating patients close to where she grew up and lives. Outside of work she enjoys spending much of her time with her family, husband Chris, two very active toddlers Macie and Jake, can’t forget the dog, Tully, and watching sports.
Kelly Flannery Borgia, PT, DPT
Dr. Kelly Flannery Borgia earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and Physiology from Slippery Rock University in 2005. She played four years of collegiate NCAA Division II field hockey for Slippery Rock. Kelly’s internship was in cardiac rehabilitation at Abington Hospital.
In 2008, she completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree at Thomas Jefferson University. Kelly worked at Jeanes hospital for 8 years as an acute care physical therapist. She continues her professional development with continuing education courses including McKenzie Diagnosis and Treatment, spinal surgery, and extremity rehabilitation.
Elizabeth Schaeffler, PTA
Elizabeth Schaeffler earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Pennsylvania State University in Life Science in 2013. She received her Associate’s Degree of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant from Harcum College in 2017. She continues her professional development with education in the area of Orthopedics. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association.