Towson Physical Therapy (Formally Sports Physical Therapy of Towson)

7801 York Road, Suite 236

Towson, MD 21204

Phone (410)-583-0333

Fax (410)-583-2134

An Independent Therapist Owned Private Practice since 1994

© 2019 by Sports Physical Therapy of Towson

Our Therapists
Jennifer Bolster, PT

Co-Owner, SPOT since 1992

Jennifer graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore Physical Therapy School, and has been a licensed physical therapist since 1988. She has an undergraduate degree in Zoology from University of Maine in 1982. She became an American Physical Therapy Association Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist in 1996. Her professional interests include shoulder and knee rehabilitation and adolescent physical therapy.

A Towson resident, Jennifer is married with 2 children that are now college students.  With her family, she enjoys sailing, biking and skiing.

 

Judy Lesho, PT

Co-Owner, SPOT since 1992

A Baltimore native, Judy graduated from Notre Dame Preparatory School. She has an undergraduate degree in physical Education from University of Tampa, and graduated from University of Florida School of Physical Therapy in 1983. Formerly the Orthopedic Outpatient/Inpatient PT supervisor at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Judy left Hopkins in 1992 to start Sports PT of Towson, PA with Jennifer Bolster. Specializing in musculoskeletal dysfunction, she has a special interest in sports related injuries. Judy has completed advanced manual therapy training in the treatment of spinal disorders.

Micki Fox, PT, MS

Micki joined Sports Physical Therapy of Towson in 1998.  A 1986 graduate of University of Maryland Baltimore School of Physical Therapy, Micki also has a Masters degree in Exercise Physiology. In addition to her extensive orthopedic experience, Micki has a special interest in vestibular rehabilitation and especially enjoys working with her geriatric patients. 

Micki is married and lives in White Hall, Md. with her 2 sons and husband.  She is an active skier, biker, and water sports enthusiast. Her personal goal is to do the Iron Girl Sprint Triathlon annually until she's 72.

Our Philosophy

 

At Towson Physical Therapy (Formally Sports Physical Therapy of Towson), we believe everyone deserves to be treated like an athlete.This means individualized rehabilitative care specific to your injury and your lifestyle, whether it be on the playing field, the ski slope, or gardening in the backyard. We can get you back in your game.

Our treatments rely on scientific evidence as well as our years of clinical practice. Each one of our therapists has over 20 years experience, and attends multiple courses yearly to keep up to date with the latest research and practice techniques.

THE PRACTICE

Latest Clinic News:

 

We have changed our name from Sports Physical Therapy of Towson to Towson Physical Therapy. We are the same place you love, just with a new name!

Congratulations to Patrick McNamara, DPT Class of 2018

 

Patrick McNamara, PT Technician at Sports PT of Towson, has been accepted into the Mt. St. Josephs of Cinncinati University DPT program.  Pat will begin classes in June 2015.  Pat oringinally interned in our office as a Towson University student, has worked as a technician for 2 years, and is now on to PT school.  We are very proud of you, Pat!

 

 

Congratulations to Adrian Scurto, DPT Class of 2018

 

Adrian, PT Technician at Sports PT of Towson, has been accepted into the  Neumann University DPT program in Aston, Pennsylvannia and will start May 23rd. Adrian has been a technician since 2012 and since his DPT program has classes on the weekend he will still be working throughtout the week. We are very proud of you, Adrian, and cannot wait to see what the future holds for you!

 

 

Over the last 22 years, Towson PT has had the pleasure of offering internships to dozens of high school and college students.  After graduating with an undergraduate degree, some stay and work for 1-2 years as technicians before applying to Physical Therapy graduate programs.  We are very proud of the many physical therapists that received their first exposure to the profession in our office.