There are no words to say how positive this therapy has been and how special you have all become to me! I have had P.T. many times before and Victory Physical Therapy has been by far the most professional and invigorating. Thanks you so much! You are an amazing team.

Joanne G.

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