Meet our Team!
Paige Brocato, DPT attended Lebanon Valley College and graduated in May of 2019. Her passion for physical therapy stems from a love of human anatomy and a desire to help people.
Paige is devoted to giving back to the community through volunteer services. In her free time, she enjoys training for 5K races, making artwork with acrylic paints, and spending time with her family.
Jason grew up in South Jersey. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology from The College of New Jersey. He went on to earn his Master’s in Physical Therapy from Temple University. Jason has treated patients of all ages and diagnoses for over 18 years, including TMJD and vestibular therapy, while specializing in outpatient orthopedics. He has taken various continuing education courses and is Board Certified in Orthopedics. He also has a specialized certification to treat the spine. Jason feels it is important to incorporate a variety of approaches to treating patients including manual therapy, exercise, and modalities while always using the most up to date research.
Jason also has created and participated in numerous community education programs. In his spare time, Jason enjoys spending time with his family, coaching soccer, and being active in the outdoors.
Maddie graduated from D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY with her Masters in Occupational Therapy in May 2020. Her desire to become an Occupational Therapist grew from her love of helping the adult and geriatric population while working as a Certified Nursing Assistant throughout her undergraduate college years. Madison thoroughly enjoys helping individuals reach their highest potential in order to live meaningful and fulfilling lives.
During her spare time, Madison enjoys hiking, reading, and spending time with family, friends, and her three dogs (G’Day, Ava, and Coco). She is currently a volunteer and an advocate for Lamancha Animal Group, where two of her dogs were adopted from.
Vic’s passion for Athletic Training began in high school. He was a multisport athlete and had quite a bit of injuries throughout his career. Vic fell in love with the profession of working with athletes hands on to keep them healthy and active. He helped facilitate the start of his high school's sports medicine elective course and taught the course as a student in high school.
Following his high school graduation in 2010, Vic started his college career at Messiah College as a student-athlete on the wrestling team while majoring in Athletic Training. Due to injuries and financial hardship, Vic transferred to East Stroudsburg University in the fall of 2012. He graduated from East Stroudsburg University with Magna Cum Laude academic honors in the spring of 2014.
After college graduation, Vic worked in Delaware for two years as an Athletic Trainer at Howard High School of Technology before accepting a job at Coatesville Area School District where he has been working ever since.