A Physical Therapist for more than 10 years, Stephen G. Moxey excels at treating all orthopedic injuries from sprains to chronic pain, but has focused his career on treating orthopedic injuries and integrated sports performance enhancement.
Stephen has treated and instructed injury prevention strategies and physical conditioning to professional distance runners, road and mountain cyclists, triathletes, track and field athletes, MLB baseball players, NFL players, horse jockeys, as well as Nordic freestyle and downhill skiers.
Previously, Stephen was a NCAA Division I track and field athlete, and is currently a competitive elite runner, marathoner, triathlete, and an outdoor enthusiast.
Moxey, MPT, OCS, CFMT, FAAOMPT, received his bachelors of science and masters of physical therapy degrees from Saint Francis University in Pennsylvania.
Other professional interests include a dedication to continuing education and mentoring, Stephen passed the certification for Functional Manual Therapy (CFMT) in August 2007. He was also certified by the American Physical Therapy Association as a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist in 2007. Most recently in 2010, Stephen was accepted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Stephen actively participates in clinical research to challenge and improve his profession.
Personal Best Times Include:
Half-Marathon: 1:13: 18
Marathon: 2:42: 36 (Chicago)
Olympic Distance Triathlon: 2:17:45 Columbia
Eagleman Half-Ironman 70.3 series: 5:03:20
Karissa Moreland is a licensed physical therapist with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She graduated, with highest honors, from the University of St. Augustine in 2012. Since graduation, she has taken multiple advanced courses in orthopedic manual therapy. Karissa embraces the concept of evidenced-based medicine. In treating physical therapy patients, she draws upon current research to incorporate scientifically validated methods into her daily practice. Her focus is a hands-on approach followed by exercise prescription to get her patients moving independently and pain free without medication.
Karissa is currently treating any orthopedic injury; fresh injury or chronic nagging pain that causes you to slow down or stop activity. Pain is your body saying there is something wrong and should not be ignored.
With more than 13 years experience as a competitive gymnast and Division I athlete, Karissa also has a specialized interest in working with athletes of all levels, gymnasts, cheerleaders, yoga goers and those who participate in boot camps/crossfit. If you’re working to advance the level of your activity, see Karissa for an injury prevention screen.
In Karissa’s free time she enjoys hiking, cycling, boot camps, snow skiing, yoga and traveling anywhere new. She loves to learn and is always taking classes or reading to expand her mind and her abilities.