Pam Kline has 16 years of experience as a physical therapy assistant. Her goal as a therapist is to help each patient attain their highest and best level of physical recovery from injury or surgery along with equipping her patients with the knowledge and motivation to continue with an active and healthy lifestyle after therapy. Pam attended the Physical Therapy Assistant program at Keystone College in LaPlume, PA. The first ten years of her career were spend in an out-patient clinic that specialized in orthopedic injuries. During this time, her continuing education classes focused on hands-on skills and techniques with focus in the hip, knee and shoulder joints. When her mom was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, Pam added continuing education in neurological disorders. Since joining the Aquacare staff, she has attended a course with the focus on manual therapy, mobilization of the cervical, thoracic spine and ribs as well as hands-on aquatic techniques from the Aquatic Therapy University. She has also completed continuing education in pelvic floor function and dysfunction and treatment of urinary incontinence. The most recent has been the LSVT Big program for Parkinson’s. Her vision is for patients to understand their injury and how to avoid future injury and to value their physical health with a goal of aging successfully when they complete physical therapy.