Nancy David, PT

Clinic Manager

Education:

  • University of Delaware, Newark, DE
  • Master of Physical Therapy, 1994
  • University of Maryland, College Park, MD
  • Bachelor of Science in Kinesiological Sciences, 1989

Experience:

Since her graduation in 1994, Nancy has focused her practice in outpatient orthopedics, industrial rehabilitation and the treatment of sports related injuries. Joining REHAB AT WORK in 2003, as the Clinic Manager, Nancy has been the primary provider for our Frederick location. She utilizes her expertise performing Functional Capacity Evaluations, Physical Therapy and the oversight of the Industrial Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy outpatient programs both at our Frederick clinic and at the Frederick County Jail.

Publications:

Roberts, J.M., Holmes, N.E., Doubt, T.J. Ingesting a glucose polymer solution during exercise in 18 degree Celsius water does not alter the net loss of body fluid Undersea Biomed Res. 19:121

Doubt, T.J., Roberts, J.M., Taylor, NAS, Weinberg, R.P., Holmes, N.E. Pyridostigmine and warm water diving protocol 90-05: IV. Physical Performance. Naval Medical Research Institute Technical Report #90-98 Naval Medical Research and Development Command.

Philosophy:

“My philosophy about what makes a successful rehabilitation outcome revolves around EDUCATION. I believe that educating my clients about their diagnosis in real world terms and educating them about how the exercises and tasks I ask them to perform are impacting that diagnosis will provide them with the understanding they need to take control.”

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