Dr. Stack has been a physical therapist in Bucks County for over 15 years. She received her undergraduate degree from Mount Holyoke College and both her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Physical Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University. While a student at Jefferson she was awarded the Faculty Prize in Neurology. She completed the Advanced Clinical Practice in Pediatric Physical Therapy course through the American Physical Therapy Association and received her Board Certification in Pediatric Physical Therapy in 2008. She is a Level 2 Certified TheraTogs Fitter.
Dr. Stack is a member of the APTA, the APTA section on Pediatrics, the APTA section on Private Practice, and the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association.
Her areas of special interest include: childhood stroke, brain injury, toe walking retraining, torticollis, identifying community wellness activities for children with disabilities, and working with deaf and hard-of-hearing children.
Margaret H., PT, DPT, PCS
Margaret received a Bachelors Degree from Boston University with a major in Physical Therapy. She holds a Masters Degree in Motor Learning from Columbia Univeristy and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University. She is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Pediatric Physical Therapy. She moved to Bucks County in 2011 and, before joining PTCBC, she worked for Lehigh Valley Health Network in Quakertown. Prior to that, Margaret worked for 19 years at the Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center of Lancaster County, serving children from birth to 21 years of age. While there she taught martial arts to children with developmental disabilities. Margaret is also a registered yoga instructor. She enjoys yoga, gardening and traveling.
Lauren P., MOTR/L
Lauren is a graduate of Quinnipiac University with a Masters of Occupational Therapy degree. She has experience in the pediatric outpatient setting working with children with a variety of needs and diagnoses. Lauren is a certified Therapeutic ListeningTM provider. She is certified in Handwriting Without TearsTM and has completed additional continuing education in Sensory Integration. She enjoys working with children and their families to address individual concerns. She is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association. Lauren has special interests in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, sensory integration difficulties, developmental delays, visual motor/perceptual difficulties, and fine motor difficulties.
Taylor V., MS, OTR/L
Taylor is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson University and has a Master's degree in Occupational Therapy. She has previously worked in Pediatrics at Holy Redeemer Hospital. She enjoys working with children with fedding, sensory and fine motor issues and is working toward her certification in Handwriting Without Tears. She has experience running sensorimotor, feeding, handwriting and yoga group therapy sessions.
Michael has been a speech therapist for over 27 years. He received his Bachelor's degree in Communication Disorders from Indiana University and his Master's degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Connecticut. Michael has worked with the pediatric, adult and geriatric populations in a variety of settings. His pediatric experience includes Early Intervention, preschool, K-8 Charter School, residential and day school program settings for special needs students, and private practice. He has extensive experience with developmental and acquired speech, language, voice, fluency, pragmatic/social and swallowing disorders, including those associated with individuals on the Autistic Spectrum and with Down Syndrome, as well as a variety of genetic and neuromuscular disorders. Michael has his PA licensure and and is a member of the American Speech/Language/Hearing Association.
Kathy S., MS, CCC-SLP
Kathy received her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College with a major in English and her Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders from Emerson College. While at Emerson, she was the recipient of a federal grant which provided her with specialized training in speech and language intervention for preschool aged children. Since then, Kathy has worked in a variety of settings, including hospitals, clinics and schools. She has substantial experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. She has also worked extensively with children with apraxia, children with phonological and articulation disorders, children with language disorders and children with language learning disabilities. Kathy also has considerable experience with children using Augmentative/Alternative Communication Systems (AAC). Kathy is a member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed in the State of Pennsylvania.
Chrisi M., Front Desk Coordinator
Chrisi is responsible for our front desk operations. She welcomes everyone to our clinic by phone or in person, routes all calls, handles appointments and scheduling and new client paperwork, and assists with insurance preauthorizations. Chrisi also uses her skills to assist with our online marketing programs.
Marcy G., Administrative Assistant
Marcy assist both at the front desk and with billing and insurance coverage. She works tirelessly to make sure the insurance companies do their part in paying for your care. She also can be found covering the front desk and assisting our families with feeling welcome here at the office. She lives in the Hatboro area with her family.
I really liked everything about Lauren & her approach! She is so excited and wants to push my son from a place of support. He's improved across the board in the last few months & I know that's because of all his work with Lauren. - K.C.
We love them! Lauren is a phenomenal OT and she has done wonders for my son. She's attentive and cares deeply about her patients. Dr. Stack is super friendly and very insightful as well. Their team is the best-- so lucky to have found them. I definitely recommend them!! - K.C.
Lauren was GREAT! My son loved working with her. (She provided us with) easy do-at-home tools to help! -C.B.
Our son S's play skills, motor planning & attention as well as sensory needs have all improved leaps & bounds since we started with Jen! Thank you so much! -H.G.
I really liked how Deb made my son's physical therapy FUN for him. He was working so hard but it often felt like play for him. He was having difficulty recovering from his surgery but she helped him gain his strength back and helped him return to his old self! -M.P.
I really liked that it actually worked really well! Plus it was very fun and enjoyable! The staff were the best part. They were so fun and nice! -T.B. (age 10)
Deb was unbelievable in helping my daughter. Super professional, caring and knowledgeable. I recommend everyone for her service! -K.K.
I really liked this place. I love it and would love to come again! -M.L. (age 9)
I really like the individual attention given, good development goals set with achievable results, personal care and sense of commitment from the therapist and entire staff. Jen took a great deal of time and personal interest in G's therapy. I often felt her ownership in developmental improvement, as if G was her own. -J.D.
Deb's expertise, enthusiasm, compassion, and ability to connect with her clients combine to make physical therapy an enjoyable experience. My daughter's strength and confidence have greatly benefitted from her therapy with Deb.
Deb is one-of-a-kind - a true gem. Not only is she an outstanding physical therapist, but she's a pleasure to work with. She really listened to our family goals. Deb challenged our son within his "comfort zone" so he felt safe and did not realize more was being asked of him. By focusing on his strengths while using our son's interests and favorite activities, his progress was swift and discernible. More importantly, Deb made our son feel accepted and cared about, despite his challenges with his motor development.