William Morey, PT, DPT
Owner of ProAction Physical Therapy
Bill received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree with a specialization in Athletic Training from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. He went on to complete his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Slippery Rock University in 2000. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association.
Through his continuing education, he has received an SFMA certification, Integrated Dry Needling certification, advanced training in vestibular rehabilitation, Postural Restoration Institute (PRI) training, McKenzie MDT training and a certification in golf fitness assessment through Titleist Performance Institute. He continues to attend education seminars to further his knowledge base and clinical skillset. Bill’s focus throughout his career has been primarily outpatient orthopedic conditions, post-surgical care, balance/fall prevention, and treatment of patients suffering from dizziness & vertigo. He enjoys working with the elderly to help them maintain independence in their homes.
When he’s not treating patients, Bill enjoys spending time with his family, regular exercise and participating various sports and outdoor activities.
To provide the highest quality, evidence based treatment to help our patients feel better, move better and improve their quality of life.
To become the premier physical therapy provider in the community and to be considered the center of excellence in regard to patient outcomes, education and employee development. This will be achieved by:
- Performing a comprehensive biomechanical evaluation of each patient considering postural imbalances and movement impairments that contribute to musculoskeletal pain & disorders. Not just evaluating and treating local symptoms, but finding the underlying cause of a patient’s condition.
- Cultivate an environment that is motivational and upbeat to staff and patients. Positive culture yields better results for patients and keeps employees energetic and excited about their career.
- Educate all patients on their pathologies, factors contributing to pathology, proper corrective exercises and benefits of making movement & exercises a part of a healthy lifestyle.
- Never stop learning (keep up with current research, learn new skill sets, staff development)
- Focus on the positives
- Accountability (be accountable for patient outcomes)
- Lead by example by participating in a healthy lifestyle
- Communicate openly and often
- Compassion (be compassionate towards patients and their individual goals)