Mary E. Rozina, PT, DPT
- Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy, Western University of Health Sciences
- Master of Science in Physical Therapy, Western University of Health Sciences
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Health and Physical Education, Marywood University
- Executive Program in Private Practice Management, Evidence in Motion Institute
- APTA member since 1998
- Member of American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapist
- Member of National Strength and Conditioning Association
- Rotator Cuff Rehabilitation
- Manual Therapy and Sports Medicine
- Rehabilitation of Rotator Cuff Repair
- ACL Reconstruction
- Joint Replacement
- Orthotic Evaluation/Fabrication
- Complex Spinal Issues
- Golf Performance Enhancement Program
Prior to receiving her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy, Mary was a Health and Physical Education Teacher at both the elementary and high school level in Pennsylvania. Upon graduation from Western University she began her career at San Antonio Community Hospital where she developed the respect and admiration of many physicians and patients in the community. In 2005 Mary moved on to become the clinic director of a local outpatient physical therapy center. In 2008 she fulfilled her dream and opened the doors of Rozina and Smith Physical Therapy.
Mary has extensive experience with Rotator Cuff Rehabilitation, ACL Reconstruction and Total Joint Replacement Rehabilitation. She has worked closely with professional athletes from the LPGA and Champions Tour, providing injury rehab and performance enhancement training. She has completed numerous continuing education courses focused on improving her knowledge, clinical skill and therapeutic outcomes through evidence based treatment, including year long education courses in both manual therapy techniques and complex hand rehabilitation.
In 2016, Mary completed an Executive Program in Private Practice Management through the Evidence in Motion Institute. Mary continues to advocate for a healthy lifestyle for her community by performed many community lectures focused on educating both physicians and our community on the topic of orthopedic injuries and wellness.
When not at work, Mary enjoys golf, hiking, gardening, and cheering for Penn State football. She is blessed with a great family, friends and the fortune to work in a profession she truly loves.