Philadelphia, PA Rehab Center Staff
When you need a rehab team that can work together to create a great outcome foryou or your loved one, come to Oxford Rehabilitation Center in Philadelphia, PA. We offer the finest medical professionals in the field.
Dr. Marc C. Cohen, DC is the current Northeastern Regional Medical Director for AMI and formerly an associate medical director at Aetna US Healthcare. Dr. Cohen pioneered the first division of chiropractic medicine at Cooper Hospital of Philadelphia, formerly Franklin Square Hospital, serving as co‐chairman. He has been the doctor for numerous Merriam and Forrest Theater productions. In addition to publishing a paper in post‐surgical rehabilitation of the knee, Dr. Cohen has written, developed and lectured on a variety of chiropractic guidelines, protocol and policies. He was board certified by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians on Chiropractic Sports Medicine. Dr. Cohen holds a bachelor's degree in biology from Albright College and a doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine from the National College of Chiropractic.
Dr. Wendy Wang, DPT, L.Ac received her Bachelor of Medicine degree in Acupuncture from a prestigious Chinese medical university 12 years ago. She served as an acupuncture doctor in a teaching hospital and national research center before coming to the U.S. In 2002, she received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Arcadia University, helping to benefit her patients best from the integration of both traditional oriental therapies and concurrent western therapies. Dr. Wang is certified in both Acupuncture and Herbology by NCCAOM and licensed in 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, and pain management, such as lower back/neck pain and sciatica, tennis elbow, headache and migraine, myofacial pain, etc. As a physical therapist, she gained extensive experience working with orthopedic patients and sports-related injuries.
Dr. Zohar Stark, MD is a board certified Orthopedic surgeon. He received his degree of medicine from the University of Milan in Italy. He has training in anesthesiology and in Orthopedics in Israel. Dr. Stark served as a combat medical officer in the Israeli Army. He completed his Orthopedic training in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Stark is on staff in Albert Einstein Medical Center, Cooper Hospital and University of Medical Center as well as at Our Ladies of Lourdes Medical Center. Dr. Stark was the Orthopedic surgeon for the employees at the City of Camden, in addition to his busy Orthopedic practice.
Tara Coomds, PTA joined the Oxford Rehabilitation Center staff in February 2006. She graduated from Harcum College in 2005 with an Associate of Science degree. She received her Physical Therapist Assistant license by the State Board of Physical Therapy in November of 2005. Tara is also a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). She assists the physical therapists with all patient care and rehabilitation.
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 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.
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.
Maria Flores, MOA obtained her Medical Office Administrator degree from DPT Business School in 2005 and her Physical Therapy Aide degree from Ashford University in 2009. Maria is a native of Puerto Rico and is fluent in Spanish and English.