Team

Team

Marcia L. Benda

Marcia L. Benda, P.T.

Marcia L. Benda, P.T. is a Maryland licensed physical therapist. She has practiced in a wide range of setting including acute care, comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation, brain injury, and outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation. She has received additional training in amputee management, neurological rehabilitation techniques, geriatric rehabilitation, manual therapy techniques, and running rehabilitation. She is a former collegiate swimmer and currently is an active member of the local running community.

 
Brett B. Clark

Brett B. Clark, P.T., DPT, PhD

Brett is a Maryland licensed physical therapist with 24 years of experience in a wide variety of rehabilitation settings. He graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore with a B.S. in Physical Therapy in 1993. He completed his doctoral training at Shenandoah University in 2012, with research interests in barefoot running technique and muscle injury. He has worked extensively with runners and endurance athletes, but also caters to a very broad patient population from geriatric to neurologic diagnoses. In addition to his clinical work, Brett teaches Gross Anatomy in the University of Maryland, Baltimore Schools of Medicine and Dentistry. He is also involved in the clinical mentoring of future physical therapists.

Scott Heinlein

Scott Heinlein, P.T.

Scott Heinlein, P.T. is a Maryland-licensed Physical Therapist with extensive training and experience in manual therapy techniques. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maryland, Baltimore with a B.S. in Physical Therapy in 1992.  Scott has a special interest in the assessment and treatment of the spine and upper quarter in the competitive swimmer. He was nominated to the USA Swimming Sports Medicine and Science Committee for two consecutive terms and was also awarded The High Performance Award in USA Swimming's Sports Medicine and Science Network. In that capacity, he participates with a network of health care professionals to provide care and treatment of Olympic and National Swim Team members.

Scott has presented to other professionals at continuing education courses, along with presenting to USA Swimming's Sports Medicine conference regarding the role of the collarbone and ribcage mechanics on shoulder girdle function, and the importance of proprioceptive rehabilitation in swimmers. He was recently published in Sports Health, a peer-reviewed journal, with his article"Biomechanical Considerations in the Competitive Swimmer's Shoulder."


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Terri Knapik

Terri Knapik