Nada Gamea earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA, after obtaining her bachelor’s degree in Biology from Fairleigh Dickinson University. During her graduate studies, Nada volunteered at several Pro-Bono clinics throughout the city of Philadelphia. She also conducted research on the effects of high-intensity aerobic exercise on the recovery of walking in patients with an incomplete spinal cord injury.
Nada has extensive clinical experience in orthopedics, pre and post-operative rehabilitation, work-related injuries, post-transplant conditioning, and neurologic disorders. Alongside her clinical background and the diverse patient population, Nada believes in the uniqueness of each patient and enjoys the challenge that accompanies that. She utilizes an evidence-based approach, patient education, neuromuscular re-education, and manual therapy to assist her patients in returning to their prior level of function and optimize their overall quality of life.
Originally from Egypt, Nada appreciates different cultures and during her free time enjoys traveling, staying active, trying different restaurants, and spending time with her loved ones.