Travis Robbins, MSPT, CSCS, FAAOMPT – OWNER
Travis Robbins grew up milking cows on his family dairy farm in Upstate New York. After a lot of injuries while playing baseball, basketball and football in high school, he became fascinated with the injured athlete. He brought that passion to Ithaca college where he played football and graduated with a masters in science and physical therapy. He is the proud husband of Amanda Robbins, the love of his life, and his 4 children Macy, Cade, Delaney and Harrison.
Nick Horowski, PT, DPT
Nick is a proud graduate of Ithaca College where he received his masters in physical therapy six years ago and punted for the football team. Two years later he went back and finished up his doctorate in physical therapy at Temple University. He and his wife Julie currently have one young son Cooper and two dogs Alex and Rufus.
Katie Ross, PT, DPT
Katie was born and raised in Allentown, Pennsylvania. She went on to get her Bachelor in Science in Sport and Exercise Science from DeSales University in 2013. Katie finished off her schooling at Drexel University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016. When not at work Katie enjoys spending time with her husband Sam and going on adventures with their two dogs Sparky and Luna. Katie is a die hard Pittsburgh Steelers fan and overall lover of athletics. She also loves country music and attends multiple concerts each year.
Becca Eberly, PT, DPT
Becca grew up in Lititz, PA located in Lancaster County and attended Warwick High School. While in high school and college, she rode horses competitively and taught lessons to beginners. After high school, Becca attended Lebanon Valley College to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2016 with a minor in art and art history. While in college, she found a love of running and has been running ever since. She found a love for trail runs and even did a night time trail run lit only by glow sticks. Shortly after graduation, Becca married her high school sweetheart, Tyler, and they relocated to the Lehigh Valley. They currently reside in Easton with their dog, Nutmeg.
Chris Rodolico, PT, Director of ACL injury prevention program
Chris was born and raised in South Philly before moving to Bethlehem in 2017. He grew up competing in martial arts, soccer, and wrestling; however, he has dabbled in everything from baseball to rockclimbing over the years. He graduated from Roman Catholic High School in Philadelphia in 2010, before going on to get both his Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences (2013) and Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Drexel University (2016). Chris enjoys spending his free time going on hikes and (mini-)adventures with his significant other, Christie, and his Golden Collie rescue, Zoe. He is also a huge music buff, who enjoys unwinding by playing his guitar and listening to a wide spectrum of musical acts.
Lori Haring, PT, MS
Lori graduated from PT school at the University of Scranton in 1993. She acquired an MS in Movement Science from MCP Hahnemann University in 2001. She primarily works with individuals who are dealing with pelvic and abdominal conditions, perinatal complications and chronic soft tissue dysfunction. She strives to help individuals understand where their pain comes from in an effort to facilitate its termination!
Angel Gonzalez- Physical Therapy Aide
I graduated from Penn State with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. I plan to go to graduate school for Physical Therapy. I enjoy playing sports; I am currently on a flag football team and I play on a summer league basketball team. Spending time with family and friends is also another thing I enjoy doing with my life.
Kelly Walker, PTA
Kelly was born in Bethlehem and moved to Hamburg, PA where she lives now. She has always been involved in sports her whole life playing: basketball, track and field, soccer, field hockey and cross country with basketball being her all-time favorite. You can always find her at the beach in the summer with her friends and family, outside exploring or traveling. Kelly is also a proud cancer survivor to Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
Brian Lauderman, – PTA
Brian received his Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Penn State in 2016, passing his state boards later that year. Brian enjoys almost every sport, specifically soccer and baseball. Brian and his wife, Ali, currently have one son, Jackson, born 2016. When not at work, Brian is enjoying time with his family, watching Jack grow and develop every day.
Laura McFadden, – Patient Success Advocate, Director of Sales
Born and raised in Allentown, Laura attended Central Catholic High School and later studied Communications Media and Theatre at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Laura participated in the Disney College Program in Orlando, FL where she lived and worked for a semester with Timon and Pumba at the Festival of the Lion King. Upon her return to IUP, she decided to continue pursuing her passion for performance – this time, off the court. Laura hung up her kneepads for a while and moved to Los Angeles, CA. She lived there for three years, studying comedy and the west coast. She has returned, and is excited to be apart of Robbins rockin’ team.
Lindsey Heil, – Director of Marketing and Onboarding Manager
Lindsey was born in Easton, PA. She attended Notre Dame High School and was involved in basketball and track and field. She went on to attend LaSalle University in Philadelphia and graduated in 2011 with a Public Relations and Marketing degree. Lindsey has been in the physical therapy field for five years and loves developing relationships with referral sources as well as the patients. When she is not working, Lindsey loves to read, go camping and fishing and is a wine snob. She loves to learn about the history of wine and attend wine tastings when she can. She loves spending time with her family.
Amanda Robbins, – Integration Specialist
Amanda is from upstate New York, born in a small town outside Albany called Rotterdam. She spent her youth in dance classes and cheering for her High School football and basketball teams. She met her husband Travis in a family psychology class at Ithaca College and they have been together ever since. After graduating with a speech pathology degree, she went on to get her masters in reading and special education and has taught primary grades in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Amanda retired from teaching after having her first daughter and then had 3 more babies in the next 4 years. When her youngest went to first grade, Travis was in need of some help in his company, so it was the perfect time to come out of retirement and help out. Amanda loves working with Travis and the Robbins Rehab team, while still being an involved mom for Macy, Cade, Delaney and Harrison.
Laura Panko-Shultz, Office Assistant
Laura started working for Robbins in 2013 and is so happy to be working for such a great company and with such an awesome group of people. I make all of the appointment reminder calls for Robbins. So chances are, you are familiar or will become very familiar with my voice.