Physical Therapy Bio's

Jay Witkowski PT, DPT, CSCS

Jay Witkowski, is the Clinical Coordinator of Lower Bucks Hospital’s Outpatient Physical Therapy Department. And a licensed Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy. He received his Bachelors’ Degree in Physical Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University and earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, with Distinction, from Arcadia University. Prior to joining Lower Bucks Hospital, Jay was the owner and operator of Physical Therapy Works in Wrightstown, Pa.

Jay’s areas of specialty include Orthopedics, Sports and Industrial Rehabilitation, Geriatrics and treatment of TMJ. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National Strength Association and a LSVT Certified Parkinson’s Rehabilitation Specialist. Jay is fortunate to studied with a number of the pioneers of Physical Therapy and have attended more than 40 continuing education seminars. He has always shown a natural ability to combine manual therapy and neuromuscular recruitment techniques with Therapeutic exercise to get the best outcomes for patients. The results minimize pain, optimize the quality of movement and improve function. He leverage 30 years as a clinician to provide a treatment approach which combines scientific evidence with intuition and experience to optimize successful treatment outcomes.

Robert Volpacchio PT, DPT, OCS

Robert Volpacchio, is a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist focusing on utilizing all aspects of Physical Therapy to prevent, treat, and help cure injuries that we all experience. He attended and graduated from Arcadia University first with a B.A. in Biology in 2005 and subsequently with my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2008 before becoming Board Certified in Orthopedics in 2015. While attending Arcadia University Robert was honored to be voted student speaker at commencement and winning the award for Best Research 2008. Clinically Robert believes in comprehensive physical therapy programs that combine manual therapy with exercise to achieve optimal function and a return to the activities that make us enjoy the wonderful experience that we call life.