John Taylor, PT
John is a graduate of University of Maryland and is a member of the APTA Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Sections, Private Practice Section, and Cinncinnati Sports Medicine Research (Sportsmetrics). Areas of interest are orthopedics, sports medicine, arthrokinematics, & postural effects on performance
Paula Richwine PT, DPT, Clinic Director
Paula earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy at Drexel University and has been with Agape since 2009. Special interests include orthopedics, high school & collegiate sports injuries, & treating athletes of all ages.
Bethany Taylor, PTA, Clinic Director
Bethany is a graduate of Delaware Technical Community College. Bethany has been a PTA at Agape since 2012 and likes treating patients in all areas. She especially enjoys pediatric physical therapy.
Bob Thomas , PTA
Bob has 18 years experience in physical therapy with his PTA degree from Del Tech in 1999. His interests include all adult and pediatric orthopedic, sports medicine and neurology. With a special interest in chronic pain management, gait training, and fall prevention. Along with therapy Bob is a Level 4 Certified Ice Hockey Coach as well as Founder/Director of Power Play an off ice training program for all ages.
Bob’s favorite of all is family time shared by his wife, three children and five grand children. His hobbies include ice hockey, hiking, fishing, playing the guitar and reading anything science related.
Meghann Kolibas, MPT
Meghann is a graduate of the Springfield College Physical Therapy Program, receiving her Bachelor’s in 2001 and Master’s in 2002. She is a licensed physical therapist in NJ and Maryland. Her areas of interest include treatment of orthopedic and vestibular conditions
Eric Scanlon, PT, DPT
Eric graduated from University of Maryland, Baltimore in 2017 with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy. He takes an active approach to treatment by utilizing exercise and manual therapy to help patients achieve their goals. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and utilizes many of these principals to progress patients in their rehab.