Doctorate of Philosophy, LaSalle University
Masters of Science in Physical Therapy, Medical College of Virginia
Physical Therapy Certificate, University of Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Arts, Gettysburg College
Dr. Tim Kauffman's distinguished physical therapy career spans close to four decades and includes work in U.S. Army and Reserve Unit hospitals, nursing homes, home care, research, lecturing, and private practice. He is an adjunct professor at Columbia University and serves and a clinical professor for many Eastern physical therapy schools. He is also an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in the Geriatric, Oncology and Sports Medicine sections. He has served on the Geriatric Section's Board of Directors, Research Committee, and the Editorial Board for Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy. He has lectured throughout the U.S. and internationally on geriatric physical therapy care and his research has been published in a variety of journals. He is co-author and editor of the first and second editions of the Geriatric Rehabilitation Manual, an internationally acclaimed practical manual that provides step-by-step guidance on the treatment and evaluation of geriatric diseases and disorders. It was an immense undertaking, representing contributors from nine countries and 18 different academic/professional degrees. Tim has served the Lancaster Arthritis Foundation, Multiple Sclerosis Society, American Red Cross Board and Health Volunteers overseas. He is active as a rugby referee and soccer player, mountain climber, scuba diver and cyclist. He and his wife Brenda reside in Lancaster. His son Ben and daughter Emily have grown and moved out on their own; they continue to be a source of joy and pride.
Associate in Applied Science, Central Pennsylvania College
Certified Strength Training Specialist
Ben, who joined KPT in 2000 as a Physical Therapy Assistant, is also our Facilities Manager. His physical therapy experience includes inpatient and outpatient settings, plus he has extensive continuing education in Aquatic Physical Therapy, has studied at the Olympic Training Facility in China, and is a Certified Strength Training Specialist. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, and attended the World Confederation of Physical Therapy – in 2003 in Barcelona, Spain, 2007 in Vancouver, Canada, and 2011 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Ben contributed to Chapter 73 – Aquatic Therapy in the Geriatric Rehabilitation Manual- 2nd edition. He also assisted in the installation of the photovoltaic and thermal solar cells in our on-going mission to be a green facility. Outside interests include travel, photography, solar energy, scuba diving and bicycling.
Masters of Physical Therapy, Chatham College
B.S. in Movement Sciences, University of Pittsburgh
Certified Athletic Trainer and APTA Certified Clinical Instructor
A Lancaster County native, Beth joined KPT as a Physical Therapist in 1999. In addition to direct patient care, she is a keen promoter of health and wellness and stays current on the latest literature on nutrition and diet. A Certified Athletic Trainer, Beth is recognized for her work helping athletes maintain peak agility. She traveled to China to study "Tuina"- a soft tissue technique based on traditional Chinese Medicine. She is an active member of the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association and the Orthopedic Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. She has also attended the World Confederation of Physical Therapy – in 2003 in Barcelona, Spain, 2007 in Vancouver, Canada, and 2011 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Beth contributed to Chapter 73 – Aquatic Therapy in the Geriatric Rehabilitation Manual-2nd edition. You might catch Beth on the sidelines at Warwick swarm Rugby Club and other sporting evens as medical support. She enjoys swimming, yoga, and traveling.
Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Widener University
Masters in Physical Therapy, Thomas Jefferson University
Bachelor of Science in Biology, Lebanon Valley College
APTA Certified Clinical Instructor
Michelle, a Manheim native, joined KPT as a Physical Therapist in 2005. She has experience in acute and rehabilitation care as well as home health and outpatient. She is skilled in the evaluation and treatment of vestibular, neurological and orthopedic conditions. She is an active member of the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association and the Orthopedic Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. Michelle contributed to Chapter 16 – Muscle Weakness and Therapeutic Exercise in the Geriatric Rehabilitation Manual-2nd edition. At Lebanon Valley College, Michelle was active in women's soccer and still enjoys playing softball and soccer, camping, and coaching soccer. She resides in Manheim with her husband, Kerry, and their sons Riley and Dakota.
Masters of Physical Therapy, B.S. in Health Sciences, Duquesne University
APTA Certified Clinical Instructor
Marty enjoys a diverse caseload with specific interests in orthopedics and vestibular rehabilitation, for which he has attended advanced level courses through the University of Pittsburgh. He is proficient in treatments for vertigo, including the Epley Maneuver and balance training, and is a certified clinical instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association. A competitive mountain bike racer, Marty has progressed through the USA Cycling Coaching Program to a Level 2 certification. At KPT, he works with cyclists to optimize their bike fit, addressing any issues through a cycling specific evaluation. He plays the bagpipe with Ceol Neamh Pipe Band, based in Lancaster.
He joined KPT in 2010.
Associate in Science, Alvernia College
Julie joined KPT in 2010. She has clinical experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings, as well as pediatric physical therapy. In addition to her training, Julie brings a unique set of skills to her patient care as a Recommended Black Belt in Taekwondo and through her current practices of Yoga and Pilates.
She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association. She enjoys painting as well as anything that lets her be creative.
Associate in Medical Transcription, Maryland Medical Secretarial School
Lynn, who started at KPT in 2003, has 42 years experience as a Medical Transcriptionist. She has a spotless reputation for accuracy, transcription and collation of the medical reports, correspondence and administrative material that become part of each patient’s permanent files. She has one grown daughter and enjoys spending time at the beach.
Associate in Specialized Business-Health Insurance/Billing Consolidated School of Business
Karen started at KPT in 2003. She is extraordinary in keeping the office organized and running efficiently, and works with insurance companies verifying patient health benefits. She lives in York with her husband, Rick, enjoys spending time with her grandchildren and working in her flower gardens.