Why Choose OSPTA?
Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy Associates (OSPTA) was founded in 1983 with a commitment to serving the community in need of both orthopedic and athletic physical therapy care. The mission of OSPTA was, and remains, returning patients to pain-free, active lifestyles.
Within the experts of the physical therapy profession, the doctors of physical therapy at OSTPA rank among the most prestigious. All have a wealth of knowledge, impressive resumes and hold the highest credentials.
This is further enhanced by the diversity of our therapists including those “home grown” and trained here in Virginia augmented with those trained and experienced in other parts of the United States; bringing an unmatched, rich complement of true talent, skills and a depth of proficiency. The five physical therapists at OSPTA have an impressive 124 years of combined experience.
➢ Dr. Brian P. D’Orazio, DPT, MS, OCS founded OSPTA in 1983
• Physical therapist since 1978
➢ Dr. Barbara Ehman, PT, DPT joined OSPTA in 1987 — became partner in 1994
• Physical therapist since 1987
➢ Dr. Marshall Rennie, PT, DPT, OCS joined OSPTA in 1996 — became partner in 2002.
• Physical therapist since 1996
➢ Dr. Mary M. Huebner, PT, DPT, OCS joined OSPTA in 2001 – became partner in 2008
• Physical therapist since 1986
➢ Dr. Kash Eagleton, PT, DPT, SCS joined OSPTA in 2003 – became partner in 2008
• Physical therapist since 1999
OSPTA is distinguished by:
➢ Doctoral degrees – held by all of our physical therapists.
➢ Board-certified specialists in orthopedics and the only board-certified specialist for sports therapy in the local area.
➢ Sub-specialization in the treatment of specific injuries and conditions, making us true specialists.
➢ Direct access certification from the Commonwealth of Virginia, for all OSPTA physical therapists – patients may see us directly
The Sports Performance Institute (SPI), a division of OSPTA, was opened in 2002. Dr. Kash Eagleton is the Director. SPI’s mission is to improve performance as well as prevent and treat injuries in athletes of all skill levels.
12 February, 2014
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15 January, 2014
Dr. Huebner recently attended an continuing education course entitled, “Advanced Shoulder & Knee: What They Don’t Teach You In School.” This two-day course was conducted by nationally renowned …read more
31 December, 2013
Dr. Kash Eagleton recently spoke at the Fredericksburg Sports Medicine Symposium at Mary Washington Hospital. The topic was on Patella-Femoral Syndrome: A Quick Review for ATC’s using …read more