I came to Victory... with a 3 part Femur fracture... I want to thank all of you for your kindness, patience, thoughtfulness and your encouragement... Everyone has been impressed by my quick recovery and I think I owe most of that to Victory!

Ashley P.

Meet Our Clinical Staff

Michael A. Walters

Michael A. Walters, PT, CSCS

  • Clinical Director of Victory Physical Therapy
  • NJ/PA Licensure
  • Thomas Jefferson University 1989
  • Pennsylvania State University 1982
  • NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist 1995
  • USGF Gymnastics Coach 1977-1989
    Experience
  • Pediatric Orthopedics
  • Pediatric/Adolescent Sports Medicine
  • Sports Injury Prevention
  • Work Rehabilitation
  • Ergonomic Consultant
  • Worksite Injury Prevention
  • OSHA Back Injury Prevention
    Teaching
  • Worksite Injury Prevention
  • University Lectures
  • School Lectures
  • Club Sports Injury Prevention
    Specialties
  • Acute/Subacute Injury
  • Pediatric/Adult Post Operative Rehabilitation
  • Wellness Program/ Fitness Training
  • Pre-season Sports Screening
  • Work Rehabilitation

Vicki Lynn Walters, PT

  • Thomas Jefferson University 1990
  • NJ Licensure
  • Certified in Assistive Technology Assessments
  • Physical Therapist for the Harrison Township School District
  • Hammonton High School Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee 2004
  • Temple University Collegiate All Northeast Pitcher 1986
  • Former Pitching Coach and Consultant to Local Little League Teams
Stephanie D. Quiros-Long

Stephanie D. Quiros-Long, PT, DPT

  • Senior Physical Therapist
  • Thomas Jefferson University 2009
  • Univeristy of Delaware 2006
  • NJ/ FL Licensure
  • Publication: "The Effect of Trunk Strengthening on Chronic Low Back Pain: A Systematic Review of the Literature." Orthopedic Physical Therapy Practice, Volume 22;1:10

Joseph Orbaczewski

Joseph Orbaczewski, PT, DPT

  • Staff Physical Therapist
  • The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey 2013
  • NJ Licensure
  • Publication : Pulsed radio-frequency vs. conventional transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in painful shoulder. A prospective, randomized study. APTA Hooked on Evidence article extraction. December 2011