Hello & Welcome
Our mission is to teach our patients how to work with their bodies throughout the healing process through the utilization of evidence-based interventions. Our goal is to see our patients safely function within their environment, while optimizing their abilities despite physical limitations.
We encourage you to set goals for yourself so that we can assist you with achieving them. Our belief is that your rehabilitation is a team effort. We will work with you (and your physician) to meet your needs. As a patient of Life Health Strength Physical Rehabilitation, you are unique and your plan of care will be exclusively geared towards you.
Kindra Scott, DPT, CLT
Director of Pediatrics
Dr. Scott is a native of Maryland who graduated from Temple University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and has a strong interest in the development of young infants. Dr. Scott has gained valuable work experience at prominent children’s hospitals in Philadelphia and Baltimore. She also enjoys working with the orthopedic population where she is able to motivate, educate, and push her patients to greatness as they endeavor to accomplish their goals.
Latisha McKenzie, DPT
Director of Rehabilitation
Dr. McKenzie is a New York native who graduated from Temple University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She brings a wealth of experience from inpatient, homecare, and outpatient settings. She is specifically interested in the treatment of patients with neurological and orthopedic conditions. Dr. McKenzie has gained experience through previous positions within local hospital-based health systems and she continues to give back as an adjunct professor at several universities throughout Philadelphia.
- General orthopedics and post-operative joint replacements
- Gait Dysfunction
- Balance Disorders
- Neurological disorders (i.e., Stroke)
- Maintenance Therapy (for chronic conditions)
- Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
- Developmental delays
- Thoracic Insufficiency Syndrome
- Post-operative heart and lung transplant surgeries
- Post-operative orthopedic surgeries
- Hypotonia (low muscle tone)
Preparing for Your First Visit
Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early to your first appointment to allow yourself enough time to fill out paperwork. You can expect your first session to be 45-60 minutes long. The length of subsequent sessions will vary depending upon your needs.
For your convenience, you may access New Patient paperwork below. Please print all forms requiring a signature and bring signed copies with you to your first appointment.
Please click on the links below to access the New Patient forms:
- Notice of Privacy Practices
- Financial Responsibility
- Photo Consent and Release
Contact Us !
Life Health Strength Physical Rehabilitation
2000 Hamilton St. Ste. 109
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Phone: (267) 297-6499
Fax: (267) 297-6614