CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – Summit Orthopedic Group welcomes Thomas Glumac, Doctor of Physical Therapy, to the practice. He will be seeing patients at their Chambersburg location.
Glumac joins the practice with nearly 40 years of experience and is thrilled to continue his career in Franklin County.
“I enjoy working with the people of Franklin County because they are friendly, hard-working, good people,” he said.
Later this year he will retire from Penn State Mont Alto where he’s been teaching for 27 years. Glumac also worked for the Easter Seals in Waynesboro from 1987 until they closed in 2013.
Glumac, who specializes in Electromyography (EMG) testing and is a board certified specialist, is excited to join the practice and bring his expertise to the Chambersburg area. EMG testing evaluates the electrical activity of muscles and nerves to diagnose problems or diseases.
Outside of work, Glumac enjoys hiking the Appalachian Trail, biking and kayaking. He also enjoys traveling and volunteering on medical missions that help fit children and adults with wheelchairs. He has participated in such missions in Asia, Central America, South America and the Middle East.
Summit Orthopedic Group is located inside the Chambersburg Hospital Medical Office Building at 120 N. Seventh St., Suite 101, Chambersburg. The group also has locations in Waynesboro and Shippensburg. For more information, call (717) 263-6255.
Summit Health is a non-profit network of hospitals and physician practices dedicated to building a healthier community.
As Franklin County's leading healthcare provider, Summit Health offers family care, specialists, lab and imaging services, a fitness center, urgent care centers, and two award-winning hospitals.