Summit Physical Medicine & Rehab
(All locations are by appointment only)
Chambersburg Hospital: Mon - Fri 7a - 5:30p
Results Therapy & Fitness: Mon / Tues / Thurs 7a - 7p | Wed / Fri 7a - 6p
Shippensburg Medical Campus: Mon - Thurs 7a - 6:30p | Fri 7:30a - 4:30p
Waynesboro Hospital: Mon - Thurs 7:30a - 6:30p | Fri 7:30a - 5:30p
Franklin County's leading provider of rehabilitation for over 30 years!
At Summit Physical Medicine & Rehab, we evaluate and treat disorders of the musculoskeletal and neurological systems.
Your team of expert, physical therapists will work closely with you and your families to develop a personalized treatment plan to improve your mobility and help keep you moving.
- Physical Therapy
- Aquatic Therapy
- Hand Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Vestibular Therapy
- Integrative Manual Techniques
- Cardiac Rehab
- Neurological Rehab
- Sports Medicine
- Wound Care Management
- Inpatient Rehab (hospital-based)
How do I schedule an appointment?
Simply call (717) 262-4600 to schedule therapy at any of our outpatient locations. A physician's order must be obtained prior to treatment.
How do I cancel or reschedule an appointment?
If you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, we ask that you call your therapist at least 24 hours in advance. While there is no penalty for canceling, we strive to get new patients into therapy as soon as possible, and missed visits prolong that process.
If I arrive late, will I be seen?
Our policy is that patients who arrive more than 15 minutes late, may, at the discretion of the therapist, need to be rescheduled in order to help us maintain our quality of care. Each therapist works on a daily pre-arranged schedule that we try to maintain, in order to provide each patient with optimal treatment time.
What should I wear to therapy?
You should always wear a comfortable set of clothing for your evaluation and therapy sessions. It is recommended that if you have a lower body or back problem, that you bring a pair of shorts to your first session - the evaluation.
What should I bring with me?
Please bring your prescription and any notes or reports from your doctor that describe your condition. You should also bring with you any x-rays, test results, or braces that your doctor may have given you.
What can I expect from Therapy?
At your first visit to therapy you will be evaluated to determine your current level of function and/or disability. This visit will last from 30-90 minutes. You and your therapist will formulate a series of goals for your course of therapy. Your therapist will create a treatment plan best suited to your individual needs, which will be periodically compared to your initial status, in order to measure your success.
What if I have more questions?
We encourage you to ask your therapist any questions you may have about your treatment. We want you to understand what is happening so that you can learn how to help yourself. If you are unsure of your therapist's instructions or your home exercise program, please call us to discuss your concerns.
What about my regular doctor?
We do not replace your regular physician. You should continue to consult with him or her for all your medical needs. During your course of treatments, we will communicate frequently with your physician, and provide him or her with copies of your initial evaluation, progress reports, and discharge summary.
How long will my Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) last?
The FCE is a two day test which will help to evaluate your ability to get back to work. Each day will take approximately 3 - 4 hours to complete, for a total of 6 - 8 hours for the duration of the test.
What about insurance?
We are a participating provider with most health plans, and also accept Worker's Compensation and Auto Accident medical coverages. Please be prepared to give our front office your insurance information. We make it our responsibility to verify accurate insurance information prior to your first visit, however you are encouraged to speak with your Insurance Carrier directly. Copayments, if applicable, are requested at the time of your appointment.
What else do I need to know?
To a large extent, the speed and quality of your recovery depends on YOU. You are a partner in the treatment plan created by your therapist and your physician, and with hard work and perseverance, you can achieve the best possible outcome.
View your team at one of our convenient locations:
Sue Kampstra, PT
Rebecca West, MSPT
|Michelle Pugh, DPT
Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT), Elon University
BS, Exercise Science, High Point University
5 years of experience in Physical Therapy
Specializes in neuro rehabilitation
Stephanie Horgos, DPT
Kylie Osman, SLP
Katherine Booze, OTR/L
Angie Myers, OTR/L
Evelyn Kolumban, PT, CWS
Clint Ogden, PT
||Kathleen McDonald-Dabney, PT
BS, Physical Therapy, Ithaca College
26 years of experience in Physical Therapy
Specializes in neuro rehabilitation, geriatrics, lower extremity prosthetics, wheelchair assessment, as well as ADA accessibility requirements
Treatment specialties: Women’s health related conditions and aquatics
Completion of NYU prosthetic expanded course work
Certified in NDT
Brad Dukehart, OTR/L
Andrea Mowen, OTR/L
Ian Jones, SLP
|John Rinehart, MSPT
BS/MS, Physical Therapy, Thomas Jefferson Univ.
Board Certified in Orthopaedics by the American Physical Therapy Association
14 years of experience in Physical Therapy
Specializes in orthopedic rehabilitation, spine pain, and work injury treatment and prevention
Treatment specialties: McKenzie approaches and mobilization for the neck and spine, soft tissue mobilization, ergonomic education, sports rehabilitation and core strengthening
Certified McKenzie Specialist
Julianna McCracken, MSPT
Lauren Murray, PT, DPT
Jamie Steier, MSPT
Jim Luck, MSPT
Eric Kiefer, MSPT
|Mark Maynard, MSPT
MS, Physical Therapy, Boston Univ.
BS, Physical Therapy, SUNY Buffalo
Post Graduate work at Nova Southeastern Univ.
22 years of experience in Physical Therapy
Specializes in orthopaedic and sports injuries, total joint rehabilitation, manual and soft tissue mobilization, balance & gait training, as well as prosthetic rehabilitation
Treatment specialties: approaches and mobilization for the neck and spine
Terry Putt, MSPT
Kevin List, MSPT
Tammy Miller Kegerreis, MSPT, ATC
Georgette Vrabel, OTR/L
Jeff Bertram, OTR/L
Ron Emge, MSPT, CSCS, CCCE
|Amy Stahlman, PT
Bachelors of Science, Physical Therapy, Thomas Jefferson Univ.
23 years of experience in Physical Therapy
Specializes in orthopaedics, sports injuries and total joint rehabilitation
Expertise includes manual and soft tissue mobilization, as well as dynamic stabilization
Amy Stouffer, OTR/L, CHT
Angelique High, MS, OTR/L
A service designed to prevent work-related injuries, and to provide an effective rehabilitation and back-to-work program for the injured worker.
Ergonomic Work Analysis and Modification
Workstation and work tasks are assessed from an ergonomic perspective. Ergonomic stressors are identified. Recommendations for potential workstation modification/redesign, work adaptation, and/or job rotation schedules are provided. Assistance for budgeting, prioritizing, planning, and implementing the recommendations can also be provided.
After an offer of employment has been extended to and accepted by a new employee, the pre-work screening can be used to determine if the individual is physically capable of performing the essential functions of the job. This evaluation is also helpful when assessing an employee’s ability to transfer to a new position within the company.
Injury Prevention Education
Back care education and body mechanics training teaches how the back works, what can happen if not properly cared for, and how to prevent injury.
Cumulative Trauma Education
Learn what cumulative trauma is, how it can be avoided, and how it is treated.
Learn cumulative trauma prevention exercises that warm-up muscles and tendons, and promote joint flexibility, lubrication, and nutrition. These exercises can be performed prior to work, and/or integrated into the workday.
Outpatient Physical and Occupation Therapy Services
Outpatient treatment is provided in one of our four clinical settings, or may be provided on-site as needed (see below). Treatment typically consists of traditional modalities and exercise, as well as work simulation activities. Clinic-based work simulation is provided to workers who are attempting to return to a targeted job, but are unable to complete certain aspects of the job. In such a program, the worker participates in an intensive strengthening and work simulation program that addresses those weaknesses. This program is time limited, enabling the worker to continue working in a modified duty capacity. Ongoing communication between the treating therapist and a member of the work injury management team facilitates early work reintegration practices.
In many cases, the treatment of an injured worker may be transitioned to an on-site rehabilitation program. A progression of actual work tasks is used to increase the worker’s physical capabilities and tolerances to work tasks. The benefits of early return to work are achieved, while enabling workers to learn safe work practices through the example set by the worker receiving jobsite services.
Functional Capacity Evaluations
FCE's consist of a series of tasks that test the injured worker's ability to perform various job tasks. General physical abilities and specific job-related tasks are tested in a clinic-based setting where the therapist can closely monitor safety and effort level. The results of the evaluation can be very useful when making determinations whether a worker is physically ready for a safe return to work.