Dr. Marc C. Cohen, DC

Dr. Cohen’s education started at Lincoln High School in 1978. He played football for Lincoln as was honored to play for the City Championship in Veterans Stadium. In the fall of 1978, Dr. Cohen started college with a major in Biology at Albright College in Reading Pennsylvania and graduated with a Bachelor in Science in 1982. That summer and up to December of 1982 he worked at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia as a medical technologist in the blood gas lab.

Chiropractic school started in 1983 in Chicago at National College of Chiropractic. He graduated in 1988 with a Doctorate in Chiropractic. Dr. Cohen along with Dr. Jules D’Angelantonio started the first Chiropractic department in Franklin Square Hospital located on 8th and Arch Street in Philadelphia in 1992. Dr. Cohen started a Certified Chiropractic Sport Physician at New York Chiropractic College that required one year of courses, oral, written and practical examination and a National Board examination before earning his CCSP.

Additional courses were at Northwestern College of Chiropractic for a certification in Permanency Evaluations. Two additional years in education with New York College of Chiropractic, exams including oral, written and practical and National Boards to achieve a Diplomat in Chiropractic Sports Medicine.

Dr. Cohen published a paper titled “A Case Study Accelerated Rehabilitation Program for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction using Patellar Tendon Bone Graft.” Chiropractic Sports Medicine, Vol 9, Number 3, 1995, p79-83.

Dr. Cohen served as the Theater doctor for several Off Broadway Shows at the Forrest and Merriam theathers in Philadelphia. Shows included: Kiss of the Spider Women, Cats, Jesus Christ Superstar, Guys and Dolls, Crazy For You, Rocketts, and La Cage Aux Folles.

Dr. Wendy Wang, DPT, L.Ac

Dr. Wendy Wang, PT, DPT received her bachelor of medicine degree and acupuncture from a prestigious Chinese Medical University, Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She practiced traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture at a prestigious Chinese hospital, The First Teaching Hospital of Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She served as an acupuncturist in a teaching hospital at National research center before coming to United States. In 2002, she received her doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Arcadia University, helping to benefit her patient’s best from the integration of both traditional and Oriental therapies and concurrent Western therapies. Dr. Wang certified in both acupuncture and herbology by NCCAOM and license and acupuncture in the state of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Wang has extensive experience in treating patients with acupuncture and is well educated in physical therapy. Over the time she has successfully treated a wide variety of diseases and conditions, including stroke, arthritis, frozen shoulder, Bell’s palsy, insomnia, smoking cessation and pain management such as lower back/neck pain and sciatica, tennis elbow, headaches and migraine, fibromyalgia, myofascial pain, etc. As a physical therapist, she gained extensive experience working with orthopedic patients and sports related injuries.

Martin Lenz, DPT

My name is Marty Lenz and I am a Physical Therapist at Oxford Rehabilitation Center in Northeast Philadelphia. My most recent academic pursuit was completed in 2013, graduating with honors from Neumann University’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program. Soon after, I sat for and passed the board examination for physical therapy licensure and have been working primarily in outpatient settings since that time.

I obtained my Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Temple University in 1996, interning during my last summer semester and subsequently starting my first professional health care position at the Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation Department at Bryn Mawr Hospital. Later in 1996, I also completed examination through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) to become a Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist. The next 15 years were spent at Bryn Mawr Hospital, working with and educating cardiac patients who experienced conditions such as heart attacks, bypass or valve surgeries or angioplasty/stenting procedures. Additionally, during this time period, I enjoyed conducting in-home personal training for heart patients, seniors and athletes.

I have certification in the Graston Technique as well as continuing education pertaining to manual/hands-on therapy and Kinesio taping.

I find that the best aspect of my current position at Oxford Rehabilitation Center is meeting and learning about our patients, their lives and goals. I truly enjoy building a good relationship with them and strive to help them attain their rehabilitative goals while having fun along the way! My focus is to always provide my patients with the means to achieve the best outcome possible and return them to a stronger and more functional lifestyle. It is very rewarding to me when I am told by patients that they feel much better and can once again perform the activities they have always enjoyed.

From a personal standpoint, I am blessed to be engaged to a truly beautiful woman and have 2 terrific daughters who all mean the world to me! I love to stay active, enjoying sports activities including soccer, benefit runs/running with my Siberian Husky pup and sprint triathlons. I also spent many fun years drumming in rock bands in the Delaware County area and yes, I used to have hair..

Gerard Lawrence, Patient Coordinator

Gerard Lawrence, Patient Coordinator received his associates degree in Computer Science from Community College of Philadelphia in 1996. Gerald worked at Graduate Hospital in-patient coding and in-patient correspondence. He worked as a human resource administrator assistance at Girard Medical Center. He served at University of Pennsylvania as a supervisor for medical records. At Chestnut Hill Medical Center worked in the IT Department and Medical Records. Gerard serves as Patient Care Coordinator, runs the IT Department, Procures Records from other medical sources, will help you with all insurance information and helps with scheduling any referrals needed (ie MRI studies and medical specialist referral).

Carla O'Shea, MA

Carla O’Shea, MA received her medical assistant degree from Delaware Valley School of Medical and Dental Assistant in 1991 and performs the initial intake of all new patients. Her smiling face and bubbly personality makes you immediately feel as though you have been a part of the Oxford Rehabilitation family for years. Carla will be the first to take your history of your symptoms and her past medical history. She is extremely helpful in making sure that you have all your forms completed including any letters that are needed for absence of care at work, school or temporary hold for your gym membership due to your injuries. Carla also helps Maribel with the passive therapy modalities.

Maribel Cribas, MA

Maribel Cribas, MA received her medical assistant degree at Sandford Brown in 2009. She is a native of Honduras. Maribel will see you and provide passive modalities to your injured areas and is fluent in Spanish and English. She used to work in The Jewish Community Council Services Commission as a home attendant. Maribel will do everything in her power to always put a small interface and reduce your pain. She is excellent at applying the passive therapy modalities and does her best to ensure that it is over the areas of pain.