Edison Guzman, PTA, joined CHOP's Sports Physical Therapy team in October 2021 and works at the Sports Medicine & Performance Center at the Buerger Center. His passion for physical therapy grew from a love of exercise and helping people. His previous experience includes working in the general physical therapy outpatient setting where he treated patients of all age groups and developed a strong interest working with pediatric and adolescent patients. Clinically, he is interested in a range of diagnoses, but has developed a special interest in post-operative rehabilitation, overuse injuries, and injury prevention.
Education and Training
Licensed Fitness TrainerPhysical Therapist Assistant (PTA)
BS in Health Sciences - Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
AAS Physical Therapist Assistant - Pennsylvania Institute of Technology, Media, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Physical Therapist Assistant
Departments and Services
Awards and Honors
2021, Magna Cum Laude, Thomas Jefferson University
2021, Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society, Thomas Jefferson University
2016, Magna Cum Laude, Pennsylvania Institute of Technology
2016, Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society, Pennsylvania Institute of Technology
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