Christine Taylor has worked at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia since 2012. She joined the CHOP Center of Rehab in 2019, and then transitioned to the Sports Medicine Performance Center in 2020.
Christine treats a wide range of orthopedic injuries but also specializes in injuries among adaptive athletes, concussion, and vestibular disorders. Prior to becoming a Physical Therapist, Christine was the Project Coordinator for the Military Health Research Portfolio for PolicyLab at CHOP which primarily focused on trends in family violence and child maltreatment among military families nationwide. She is a certified American Institute of Balance therapist.
Education and Training
BA in Psychology - Arcadia University, Glenside, PA
DPT - Arcadia University, Glenside, PA
MPH - Arcadia University, Glenside, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Sports Medicine Physical Therapist
Departments and Services
Transitional care in physical therapy for complex and chronic conditions
Motor learning following stroke across the lifetime
Pain science and treatment
Patient Experience Ratings
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