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Gregory Adams PT, MSPT, CCS, CEP


Baccalaureate of Science in Biology, Messiah College, 1990.

Baccalaureate of Science in Physical Therapy, Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, 1992.

Masters of Science in Physical Therapy, Thomas Jefferson University in
Philadelphia, 1992.

Summary of qualifications

Greg has been very involved in cardiopulmonary physical therapy since 1992. He has been certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) since 1993 and obtained his certification as a Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist (CEP) in cardiopulmonary rehab from the American College in Sports Medicine in 1995. In addition to his work in multiple teaching hospitals, including Temple University Hospital, Albert Einstein Hospital (Philadelphia), and the University of Maryland Medical Center. Greg has taught at conferences and for physical and occupational therapy programs.  Greg has taught over 150 "Bells & Whistles"(SM) and Telemetry Courses internationally since 2001.  Greg is an Adjunct Professor for the DPT program at Messiah College.

Greg's professional background includes working in Neonatal and Adult ICUs in 16 different hospitals, in 9 different states. Greg has worked with trauma, medical and surgical patients, icluding those who have undergone transplants, lung volume reductions, valve replacements, and bypasses. His specialized experience includes 2 years on a ventilator rehab unit and several years as a traveling Physical Therapist during which he had the opportunity to learn a variety of techniques used in ICUs nationwide.

Greg is a board certified Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Clinical Specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.

American Board of Physical Therapy Specialist Certified Clinical Specialist


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