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David T. Kisha, PT, MS

Clinic Director / Physical Therapist

“Use a multidisciplinary approach, this will ensure the highest quality of care.”

David joined the Phoenix Physical Therapy and Health Services, Inc. team in May 2012 and presently serves as Facility Director and lead physical therapist for PRHS’s outpatient physical therapy facility in Hamburg.  Here, he has been an integral part of the overall development and growth of the newest PRHS location.

David’s clinical expertise focuses on generalized outpatient rehab including the development of clinical applications for restoration, maintenance, and promotion of optimal physical function for a disperse outpatient and post-operative patient population.

Currently, he resides in the Shoemakersville area with his wife, Patty and children, Gabriella and Joshua.  Outside of the office, he enjoys many outdoor activities including: camping, kayaking, biking, jogging, and hiking.  And staying true to his roots in Western Pennsylvania, David is an avid Pittsburgh Steelers, Penguins, and Pirates fan.  David is a member of the Bridge Church and is a USNR veteran of the Persian Gulf War where he served as a Hospital Corpsman and PT Technician.

EDUCATION
  • Neumann College | Master of Science in Physical Therapy, 1999 Bachelor of Science, Liberal Studies, 1997
  • Lehigh Carbon Community College | Associate in Applied Science, Physical Therapist Assistant, 1988
CERTIFICATIONS
  • Certified Strenth and Conditioning Specialist
  • Direct Access
  • Certified Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Instructor
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Phoenix Physical Therapy
16515 Pottsville Pike
Windsor Commons, Suite B
Hamburg, PA, 19526-8182

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Phone: (484) 660-3139

Fax: (484) 660-3373

Monday
7:30 AM-7:00 PM
Tuesday
7:30 AM-12:00 PM
Wednesday
7:30 AM-7:00 PM
Thursday
7:30 AM-7:00 PM
Friday
7:30 AM-12:00 PM
Saturday
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Sunday
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