Meet the Team

Owner / Doctor of Physical Therapy

Dr. Heather Moore

Dr. Heather Moore, USOC Sports Medicine Team, PT, DPT is a leader in the field of sports physical therapy. Dr. Moore is a nationally recognized doctor of physical therapy who has spent her career in outpatient orthopedics. She has treated thousands of athletes, from professional to collegiate to weekend warriors to high school to amateur. Her work has included time on the PGA and LPGA tours. Dr. Moore founded Total Performance Physical Therapy in 2011 because she believed that high quality, individualized, hands-on care was essential and she wanted to bring that to the area. Dr. Moore’s interest in physical therapy began when she suffered many of her own repetitive injuries as a Division 1 swimmer and water polo player at the University of Maryland College Park. From there she went on to receive her Masters and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland Baltimore. But Dr. Moore has not stopped her learning, and she continues to be on the cutting edge of the latest treatment techniques. She has completed over one thousand hours of continuing education including classes in Paris, McKenzie, orthotic prescription, and functional training seminars. She has also gone on to receive her certification in Kinesiotaping. Dr. Moore believes that education is a large part of the body healing process, and if people understand their bodies and understand how they injured themselves, it can prevent future injuries and can allow the current injury to heal faster. Therefore Dr. Moore has spent many years of her career writing publications for various news outlets. She has contributed to the textbook Orthopedic Physical Therapy. She is a regular writer for sports doc blog, and She has been published in Advance magazine for physical therapy. She has also published articles in PhillyFit magazine and been a contributor to Men’s Fitnessmagazine among other leading fitness journals. She also lectures across the country to other physical therapists and fitness professionals. Dr. Moore’s book Run Better Not Less was published in March of 2015 and is available here. This book is the most comprehensive manual of how to treat the aches and pains that all runners get from time to time, at home. Instead of taking two weeks off, begin with an active treatment approach and keep yourself running. Dr. Moore has treated thousands of runners and shows some of the basic steps to be taken at home when you are feeling pain when running. Specific injuries are also discussed such as IT band tendinitis, groin pull, hamstring strain and many more. For less than the cost of a copay you can starting running better, not less. Dr. Heather Moore most recently has been selected to be a part of the United States Olympic Sports Medicine Team. She has spent time at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center working with the best athletes in the country. Dr. Moore was selected based on her expertise in working with athletes and will continue to support the US Olympic team in their quest to be the best in the world. Dr. Heather Moore also enjoys actively participating in races and promoting a healthy way of living. She has completed many 5K, 10 mile, half marathon and marathon distances. She also competes on the triathlon circuit, having completed many sprint, Olympic and a 70.3. Dr. Moore believes that the answer is to never stop running, never stop working out, and find a way to make it happen.

Doctor of Physical Therapy / Clinic Director, North Wales

Dr. Dan Murphy

Dr. Dan Murphy is a 2016 graduate of the University of Saint Augustine for Health Sciences, a Doctor of Physical Therapy program highly-regarded for its manual therapy-based curriculum. This provided Dr. Murphy a strong background in hands-on, soft tissue treatment that is an essential part of what differentiates Total Performance as a practice. Since joining the Total Performance team in May of 2016, Dr. Murphy’s clinical focus has revolved around restoring soft tissue health and promoting symmetry across function. To best augment his soft tissue approach, Dr. Murphy became ART® (Active Release Technique) certified in 2019. ART® is a soft tissue treatment approach that utilizes massage and movement to reduce scar tissue at injured muscles, fascia, ligaments, tendons and nerves, restoring unrestricted movement of these tissues. Dr. Murphy has an athletic background as a three-sport High School athlete while going on to play football at the Division III level. Sports and fitness remain a big part of Dr. Murphy’s free time, and he particularly enjoys working with the young athletes that frequent Total Performance.

Doctor of Physical Therapy / Clinic Director, Harleysville

Dr. Taylor Salamon

Dr. Taylor Salamon PT, DPT received her doctorate in Physical Therapy from DeSales University in 2020. Prior to that, she graduated from Temple University in 2017 with her BS in Kinesiology. While attending DeSales University, she developed an interest in manual therapy, as well as wellness and injury prevention. Additionally, Taylor is vestibular rehabilitation and concussion certified. She enjoys incorporating these principles with her patients at Total Performance. Taylor’s interest in physical therapy began during her own athletic career. She was a two-sport athlete in high school and then went on to play division 1 club rugby at Temple University, where she was a captain during her senior year. Throughout this time, she witnessed many injuries and experienced the benefits of physical therapy herself. Sports and fitness continue to be an important part of Taylor’s life today. As a team member of Total Performance, Taylor is excited to work with patients of all ages and backgrounds. She incorporates many of the principles and techniques she learned from different mentors throughout her education. She believes in a holistic treatment approach, ensuring that all aspects of the patient are addressed. Taylor looks forward to getting to know her patients and helping them to continue doing what they love.

Doctor of Physical Therapy, North Wales

Dr. Lindsey Fisher

Dr. Lindsey Fisher is a 2014 graduate of University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where she earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. She has spent her career working for Total Performance with focus on manual techniques. Her passion is to help patients to reach their goals and return to a functional pain-free lifestyle. Dr. Fisher has been a Graston Technique Specialist since 2020. Prior to getting her physical therapy degree, Dr. Fisher was a four-year Division I soccer goalkeeper and team captain at the University of Illinois. She received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, and then she went on to play professional soccer in Oslo, Norway for Team Strommen soccer club. Upon returning to the United States, she became an assistant coach and goalkeeper coach at the Division I collegiate level for Villanova University. Dr. Fisher spent two years at Villanova where she was highly involved in injury prevention for the team. Dr. Fisher spends all her free time with her husband, two young sons, and dog doing anything active and outdoors.

Doctor of Physical Therapy, North Wales

Dr. Travis McCurdy

Travis McCurdy PT, DPT is a recent graduate of the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, where he earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. While at the University of the Sciences, Dr. McCurdy gained in depth knowledge of orthopedic conditions and received quality mentorship during his outpatient orthopedic clinical education experiences. Dr. McCurdy is excited to help clients at Total Performance Physical Therapy attain their goals and live a pain free, functional life. Dr. McCurdy grew up playing multiple sports and went on to play DIII ice hockey, lacrosse, golf, soccer, and cross country at Bryn Athyn College. Dr. McCurdy found his passion for physical therapy during his athletic career, being a physical therapy aide, and during an internship with Bryn Athyn College’s athletic trainer. In Dr. McCurdy’s free time, he enjoys staying active by playing on pickup men’s sports leagues (ice hockey, lacrosse, and softball), doing CrossFit, and biking outdoors.

Doctor of Physical Therapy, North Wales

Dr. Alair Brock

Dr. Alair Brock PT, DPT recently received her doctorate from University of the Sciences. Originally from Rochester Michigan, Alair received her bachelors degree in Biology from Bryn Athyn College where she picked up multiple sports for the first time and became interested in treating patients with orthopedic injuries. She continues to play on a USTA Womens tennis team, train for running races, play pickleball and workout at a CrossFit gym as well as spending time with her sisters, knitting, cooking, reading and taking care of her house plants in her free time. Alair has a passion for finding ways to help patients get and stay active that are enjoyable and adapting activities so that patients can continue to be active and reap the benefits of physical activity at any stage of life. She has learned the value of treating the whole patient through her diverse outpatient rotations and through the mentorship of fellow physical therapists that she has worked with.

Doctor of Physical Therapy / Women's Health and Pelvic Floor Specialist, North Wales

Dr. Marta Buzik

Physical Therapist specializing in Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Dr. Marta Buzik, PT, DPT earned both her Exercise and Sport Science degree and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Temple University. She received her advanced post-doctoral training in pelvic health through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in order to evaluate and treat common pelvic health disorders such as chronic pelvic pain, urinary and fecal incontinence, prenatal and post-partum conditions, post cesarean section pain, pelvic organ prolapse, painful intercourse, bowel dysfunction, abdominal pain, endometriosis, painful bladder syndrome, interstitial cystitis, coccyx pain, low back pain, diastasis recti and much more! Dr. Buzik found her passion for physical therapy through her athletic career in gymnastics. She was on the USA gymnastics team in her younger years, has competed nationally and suffered from many injuries herself. Her passion for pelvic floor physical therapy arose when her family and friends were suffering from postpartum pelvic floor disorders. She quickly realized how commonly pelvic floor disorders and women’s health issues are overlooked, underdiagnosed and how difficult it was to find a qualified provider. In her free time, she is a cat mom and enjoys hot yoga, hiking, snowboarding, boating, wakeboarding, and riding her motorcycle.

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Hatfield

Dr. Jake Yerkes

I graduated with my Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Widener University in 2020. I received my BS in Health Sciences from Lock Haven University. While obtaining my DPT from Widener, I developed an interest in utilizing manual therapy to assist my patients in return to a pain free, active lifestyle. I developed an interest in Physical Therapy while receiving personal training in high school for football. This also kickstarted my interest in weight lifting. Between working out on my free time and working on a horse farm, I have developed a strong desire to help weight lifting and equestrian athletes return to sport without limitations. I have also been a volunteer firefighter with Plumsteadville Volunteer Fire house for 11 years and continue to enjoy providing help to individuals in my community.

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Hatfield

Dr. Sierra Padfield

Dr. Sierra Padfield PT, DPT, MS, ATC graduated with her doctorate in physical therapy from University of Delaware in 2021. Prior to that, Sierra attained her BS in Athletic Training from University of Delaware in 2019 and provided on-field evaluation and treatment to athletes of all sports and ages throughout her time in graduate school. She looks forward to growing her career at Total Performance and helping patients achieve their goals. In her free time, Sierra enjoys spending time outdoors, reading, working out, listening to music, and traveling with family and friends.

Doctor of Physical Therapy / Clinic Director, Norristown

Dr. Cassidy Jameson

Dr. Jameson completed both her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of South Carolina and more recently, her Doctor of Physical Therapy at Temple University. In my free time, I enjoy rock climbing, playing with my dog Sully, and laying out in the sun. I love traveling and have been to Australia, China, Norway, and Vietnam. In the clinic, you’ll find me listening to music and laughing with my patients. My favorite part of being a physical therapist is helping my patients regain their confidence and freedom through tailored strengthening programs. I would love to meet you, discuss your goals, and get you on track to feeling your best!

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Norristown

Dr. Allison Gallagher

Dr. Allison Gallagher completed her bachelor’s degree at Widener University and most recently, graduated from Temple University with her Doctor of Physical Therapy. Dr. Gallagher has an extensive background in sports. She was a dual-sport athlete at the DIII level at Widener University, participating on both the Women’s Basketball Team and Women’s Track and Field Team. She has a strong passion for treating athletes and other active individuals to help them return to their sport or activity. Her main passion is helping others relieve their pain and improve their function to allow them to live their life to its full potential. She strives to use a holistic approach to care including use of manual therapy techniques, patient specific exercises to address impairments and extensive education to improve patient independence in management of their condition. In her free time, she enjoys weightlifting, running, and spending time with friends and family.

Doctor of Physical Therapy / Clinic Director, East Norriton

Dr. Caitlin Vasey

Dr. Caitlin Vasey grew up in Pennsylvania (GO Eagles!!), where she obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Lebanon Valley College in 2016. After graduation she practiced locally in the Philadelphia region, before moving to Oregon and then Colorado where she has been the last few years working and exploring our beautiful country. Continuing her education, she passed a rigorous examination, and is now a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Dr. Cait loves the outdoors and enjoys hiking, camping and paddle boarding. In the clinic, she enjoys treating all orthopedic conditions.

Doctor of Physical Therapy, East Norriton

Dr. Casey Liberman

Dr. Casey Liberman went to the University of Delaware for both her undergraduate degree and her doctorate in physical therapy (2020). She’s been practicing in Delaware for the last two years but recently moved to the area. She enjoys baking and spending time with friends, family, and her dog Rosie. Casey loves physical therapy because therapists get to spend so much time with patients to better understand their symptoms and limitations, use a multi-modal approach to treat them, and get them back to doing what is important to them! Continuing her education, she passed a rigorous examination, and is now a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Dr. Cait loves the outdoors and enjoys hiking, camping and paddle boarding. In the clinic, she enjoys treating all orthopedic conditions.

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Harleysville

Dr. Austin Dressler

Dr. Austin Dressler is a 2023 graduate of the University of Miami’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program. Previously he attended the University of Pittsburgh where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training. Throughout his education, Dr. Dressler had the opportunity to work closely with Division-1 athletes where he developed an interest in manual therapy and advanced strengthening techniques. He is excited to utilize these techniques with his patients to help improve their performance and function. Dr. Dressler’s passion for physical therapy began as he was growing up playing baseball. He suffered multiple injuries and had previous experiences with Physical Therapy which led to his desire to assist patients in achieving their goals of returning to recreational activity. He looks forward to using his experience with manual and exercise interventions to provide pain-relieving therapy helping patients move better and improve function. Dr. Dressler is an avid Philadelphia sports fan and enjoys strength training, golfing, and swimming in his free time.

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