PHOENIX Rehabilitation


David K. Hoy

Position - Facility Director/Physical Therapist/IR Regional Clinical Facilitator
David K. Hoy


  College Misericordia 
    MS in Physical Therapy

  College Misericordia
    BS in General Studies        



  American Physical Therapy Association

  Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association



  Criterion Related Validity of the Figure of
    Eight Method of Measuring Ankle Edema.
    Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports
    Physical Therapy, 2000



  Certified Strength Training Specialist
    (International Weight Lifting Assoc.)
  Direct Access



Manual Therapy and Taping Techniques for the Foot and Ankle Complex

Strategic Orthopedics: How to Out-Think and Out-Maneuver Low Back Pain

Strategic Orthopedics: How to Out-Think and Out-Maneuver Cervical/Thoracic Pain

Strategic Orthopedics: How to Out-Think and Out-Maneuver Headaches, Ergonomics and Job Analysis:   A Practical Approach, 1998

Manual Therapy of the Spine, 2007

Examination and Treatment of Non-Surgical Orthopedic Problems of the Shoulder, Elbow and Wrist:  Integrating Cyriax and Mulligan Concepts, 2007    

Shoulder Disorders: Update on Evaluation and Management, 2008

Advanced Pain Assessment, Medical Screening and Biomechanical Differential Diagnosis for Physical Therapist, 2009

Maitland Australian Basic Spinal Seminar (MT-2), 2009

Maitland Australian Based Intermediate Spinal Seminar (MT-3), 2010

Evidence-Based Active Care for Today's Physical Therapist, 2010

Intramuscular Manual Therapy/Trigger Point Dry Needling:  Introduction to Applications for Pain Management and Sports Injuries, 2010

MIS (Movement Impairment Syndromes), 2012

Manual Therapy of the Periphery:  An Evidenced-Based Approach, 2013



"I am committed to providing my patients and the community with the most current, comprehensive, compassionate and efficient treatment possible.  The patient is the crux of every program and the driving force in our practice.  I attempt to hone and expand my clinical skills as much as possible to better serve the fine people of our community."



"The patient is the reason that we are here; we are committed to providing the most compassionate, comprehensive and appropriate treatment possible.  The patient is the most important piece of the rehabilitation puzzle.  Their input, concerns and success are the main focus of our  practice.  Patient education is paramount in providing continued success after the formal rehabilitation process has ended, enabling the patient to "self-treat" any further setbacks, as well as maintain their maximum functional level."

Dave has been treating the fine citizens of the Shamokin/Coal Township area for the last decade as the Facility Director of Appalachian Physical Therapy, which is now doing business as PHOENIX Physical Therapy in a larger and better equipped facility.  Dave is a lifetime resident of the area and currently lives in the Elysburg area with his wife and two sons.

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PHOENIX Rehabilitation and Health Services, Inc.
430 Innovation Drive
Blairsville, PA 15717-8096

Phone: 724-343-4060 or 724-463-7478
Toll-Free: 888-644-7747