Dr. Jobeck has been practicing physical therapy since 1999. His education includes an undergraduate degree from Temple University, Master of Science in physical therapy from Columbia University and a Clinical Doctoral degree from Temple University. He received his manual therapy certification (COMT) in 2002 and became board certified through the American Physical Therapy Association as an Orthopaedic Certified Specialist (OCS) in 2006. Chris is also certified in ASTYM (tissue mobilization technique) and as a Master Golf performance specialist.
Chris has continued his training by becoming a certified instructor in the Sportsmetrics jump program. This program has shown positive results in preventing ACL injury while enhancing an athlete's performance. He has been at The Orthopedic Center's physical therapy facility since it's inception in 2005. His treatment focus is orthopedics with a special interest in spinal dysfunction using a manual therapy base. Chris also has a strong interest in sports medicine with focus on recovery and injury prevention.
Dr. Cordia Reilly has been practicing physical therapy since 2011. Cordia attended Chesapeake College before transferring to Salisbury University to earn her Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science and her Health Fitness Instructor Certification through the ACSM. She earned her Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. She is licensed by the State of Maryland. She evaluates and treats those with various orthopedic, neurological, and vestibular-related disorders. She enjoys working with people of all age groups including pediatrics. She provides a customized treatment plan incorporating the goals of the patient. Cordia is certified in the Lee Silverman Voice Therapy BIG Program, which is specifically designed for Physical Therapists working with those diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Cordia is also certified in Vestibular Rehabilitation through the American Institute of Balance which is designed for those suffering from Vertigo. As a long time resident, born and raised on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Cordia enjoys working with horses and traveling.
David has been a licensed physical therapist assistant since 2005. He has been with The Orthopedic Center's physical therapy center as he has progressed in his career. A Talbot County native, David also possesses a Bachelor's degree in Business Management from Wilmington College.
He enjoys working with joint replacement patients, learning new joint mobilization techniques and has a special interest in sports medicine.
Gordon has been a licensed Physical Therapy Assistant since 2010. He is a Dorchester County native and has been with the University of Maryland Medical System as he has progressed in his career.
Gordon has worked with a variety of different types of problems such as amputee's, stroke, and and orthopedic patients. Gordon enjoys working with orthopedic patients and helping them as they progress through their injury.