Jeffrey Albaugh, PT, MS, ATC
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I joined the Sports Medicine & Performance Center at CHOP in September 2002. Currently I serve as the Sports Medicine Team Leader and supervise services at the Main Campus, King of Prussia, Bucks County and Virtua sites. I treat patients at the King of Prussia location.
I have contributed to developing and expanding the Sports Medicine program across the CHOP system. My clinical experience is in athletic training, orthopaedic physical therapy, and sports medicine, treating recreational and elite level athletes from pediatric/adolescence up to the collegiate and professional level. I have lectured locally, regionally and nationally on various sports medicine topics. I have served as a lecturer and lab assistant at physical therapy programs in the area.
My special interests include program development, lower extremity injury prevention, and management of hip injuries.
APTA Credentialed Clinical InstructorAthletic Trainer Certified (ATC)
BS in Kinesiology - Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
MS in Sports Medicine - University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Master of Physical Therapy - Neumann University, Aston, PA
Neumann College, Aston, PA
Physical Therapy Supervisor, Sports Medicine and Performance Center
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