Casey Huse joined the CHOP Sports Medicine team in 2016 and works at the Specialty Care Center at Virtua in Voorhees.
Prior to joining the CHOP team, Huse had experience working with pediatrics and adults in a sports medicine outpatient clinic. She completed her athletic training degree at the University of Pittsburgh, working with the football, gymnastics, and baseball teams as an intern. Following graduation, she worked as an athletic trainer in a Philadelphia high school prior to returning to school for physical therapy.
Huse's interests include the young athlete, return to sport progression, injury prevention, and community outreach.
Education and Training
Certified Athletic Trainer
BS in Athletic Training - University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Doctorate of Physical Therapy - Arcadia University, Glenside, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Sports Medicine Physical Therapist
Departments and Services
Patient Experience Ratings
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