- Master of Science, Physical Therapy - University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
- Bachelor of Science, Health Science - University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
“Everyone works as a team here to make sure the patient is put first,” says Jennifer Young, Physical Therapist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in Philadelphia.
Young studied at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, earning her Bachelor of Science degree in 2004. She completed her Master of Physical Therapy at the same institution in 2006.
Her training included work in acute care at a large hospital, outpatient orthopedics at a private clinic and early intervention at elementary schools
From 2006 to 2009, Young served as a Physical Therapist within a large health system in the Philadelphia area. Later, she worked as a contract Physical Therapist in a variety of settings, including CTCA®. She joined CTCA as a full-time Physical Therapist in March 2014.
Young is a Licensed Physical Therapist by the State of Pennsylvania. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
At CTCA, Young helps patients become independent in their functional mobility so they can resume the routine activities of daily life. She also educates caregivers on safety measures for patients in need of assistance at home.
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