Madison joined Gambrill's PT in May of 2017 and she quickly became an integral part of our team. Madison brings past experience in management and as a therapy aide. Madison takes multi-tasking to new levels and is always a source of energy and inspiration to our patients and staff.
Mary Beth has been employed at Gambrill's PT for 9 yrs. Mary Beth does it all, patient care, administrative duties, and insurance verifications. All the employees know that when they
have a question, Mary Beth will know the answer. Mary Beth has her bachelor's degree in deaf studies
and is pursuing a career in physical therapy.
Tania Danner graduated from University of Maryland at Baltimore in 1993, with a degree in Physical Therapy. Tania has practice physical therapy in a variety of settings through almost 20 years. It was in 2001 when Tania completed her hand therapy specialization, and has been focusing on the rehabilitation of hand/upper extremity injuries since. Tania works to provide the highest quality of individualized specialty care to her patients. Playing soccer and spending time with her family are Tania's favorite pastimes.
Keith graduated from the University of Buffalo in 1998 with a degree in Physical Therapy. Keith has worked in numerous physical therapy settings; home health, sub-acute, skilled nursing, along with managing an outpatient physical therapy clinic. Keith has specialized education in biomechanics of the foot and ankle along with achieving two professional certifications - Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Keith also has an adjunct faculty position at UMMC school of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science, where he teaches in the orthopedics/musculoskeletal blocks. Keith’s hobbies include playing ice hockey, music, biking, exercise, and community activities. Relaxing is spent with wife, two sons and daughter.
Cassandra Zurbuch has had the privelege of being a physical therapist for 16 years. She recieved her master's degree in physical therapy at University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Rehab Services in 1997. Cassandra returned in 2005 to complete her doctorate in physical therapy. Cassandra has worked in a variety of settings including acute care, home health, hospital and private practice outpatient settings. Cassandra practiced at UMMC shock trauma center, Johns Hopkins Bayview center and FMH before opening Gambrill's Physical Therapy in 2005. Cassandra is a physical therapist specializing in vestibular rehabilitation and neurology. Included in her specialties are head and neck disorders such as vertigo, whiplash, dizziness and headaches. Cassandra is also an adjunct faculty member at University of Maryland PTRS teaching neuromuscular assessment and treatments in physical therapy. In her spare time, Cassandra is an avid runner and enjoys the outdoors. Cassandra relaxes by spending time with her husband, two sons and daughter.