Doctor Profile

New Jersey State License: 40QA00710300
Medicare Part B Provider
PTAN #: 116878
NPI #: 1710105721

Physical Therapist

25 Highland Drive
Parlin, New Jersey 08859-2522
Phone: (732) 610-2528
Fax: (732) 416-6142


2003         Doctor of Physical Therapy, New York University, New York, N.Y.
1998         Master of Arts, Pathokinesiology, New York University.
1996         Bachelor of Science, Physical Therapy, New York University.
1994         Associate of Science, Biology, Middlesex County College, Edison, NJ.
1979         Bachelor of Science, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, N.J.

Clinical Experience

2002-Present   Edward R. Marion, DPT, Parlin, NJ    Private Practice.
I provide outpatient physical therapy house calls that include evaluations and treatment interventions for pediatric, adult, geriatric and hospice patients with neurological, cardiopulmonary, and orthopedic impairments and disabilities.

2002-Present     I am affiliated with the follow home care providers:

Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey, Red Bank, NJ
Visiting Nurse First Care, Somerville, NJ
Somerset Valley Visiting Nurse Association, Somerville, NJ
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital/VNACJ, New Brunswick,  NJ
Community Visiting Nurse Service, Somerville, NJ

2006-Present   First Choice Physical Therapy. East Brunswick, NJ
Evaluation and treatment of adult outpatient orthopedic, neurological patient population.

1997-2006       Healthsouth, Corporation (now Kessler). East Brunswick, NJ
Evaluation and treatment of outpatient orthopedic, neurological, and school based patient population. Clinical Instructor.

1998                New York University Department of Physical Therapy. New York, NY  Adjunct Clinical Instructor Bioelectric Physiology. Cooperating Master Clinician.

1997-98           Comprehensive Rehabilitation Institute of N.J. Metuchen, NJ
Physical Therapist.  Evaluation and treatment of adult and pediatric orthopedic, and neurological patient population in an outpatient aquatic setting. Initiated a student physical therapy clinical affiliation program.

1996-97           Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. New Brunswick, NJ
Physical Therapist. Patient population included acute Care adult and pediatric general medicine, surgery including cardiopulmonary, nNeurological, oncology, and orthopedics.

1995-96           American Express and Lehman Brothers. New York, NY
Health and Fitness Consultant. World Financial Center Health and Fitness Program.  Personal training, exercise program design, development, and supervision. Health, diet, and fitness counseling.

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Licenses and Certificates

New Jersey Physical Therapist license #QA07103; New Jersey Teacher Certificated in Health and Physical Education, Grade k-12.

Professional Organizations

Active member of the America Physical Therapy Association, APTA Home Health Section Member, New Jersey Physical Therapy Association, National Federation of Interscholastic Athletics, and New Jersey Wrestling Officials Association.

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Continuing Education.

Are You Boomer Ready – Joint Replacement Rehabilitation. Cross Country Education, St. John’s University, New York, NY.  John Ohalloran, PT, DPT, OCS, cert MDT, ATC, CSCS. November 11, 2009.   .6 CEU.

Update on Neuroplasticity, Motor Control and Learning: Empirical Evidence for Pediatric Intervention. Educational Resources, Inc.  Childrens Specialized Hospital, New Brunswick, NJ.  Patricia Montgomery, PhD, PT, FAPTA.  October 9, 10, 2009.  1.3 CEU.

Home Health Rehabilitation for the Lumbar Spine Fusion Patient:  APTA, By Andrew Miosz, PT, MPh.Ed.,  .1 CEU.

Documentation, Coding and Billing for Rehabilitation: Cross Country Education, Edison, NJ  9/25/08 By Ellen Strunk, PT, MS, GCS,  .6 CEU’s

Pharmacology in Rehabilitation. Applewood Estates, Freehold NJ. By Charles Ciccone, PhD.   May 3, 2008.   6.5 CEUs.

Spanish for Physical Therapists. Del Norte Inc.  11/07-09/2007.  1.2 CEUs.

Seating: The Forgotten Risk Factor. VGM Education, All Care Medical 10/10/07.1 CEU.

Screening for Medical Referral and Differential Diagnosis. APTA, 10/27-10/29/06.

Cerebral Palsy: Facts don’t cut it, What you need is Savy. Seton Hall University,  8/14/06.

Physical Therapy Seminar Statute/Regulations.  NJ Board of Physical Therapy, 06/12/06.

Knee ClinicalSpecialization Course Level 1. By Edward Mulligan MS, PT, SCS, ATC,HealthSouth Corporation. 05/16-17/98. 1.4  CEUs.

Foot and Ankle Clinical Specialization Course 1. HealthSouth Corporation.  8/1998 1.4 CEUs.

Clinical Electrotherapy: Physiology & Basic Concepts. By John Carlos, Jr. PhD, PT

APTA continuing Ed Series Home Study Course No.8. 09/03/98 1.4 CEUs.

Spine Clinical Specialization Course, Lumbar Region. By George Aaron, MS, PT. HealthSouth Corporation. 07/29-30/99.

So you want to be a Pediatric therapist? JFK Rehabilitation Institute, Edison, N.J. 11/1999. 1.5CEUs.

Spine Specialization Course Cervico-Thoracic Region. HealthSouth Corporation. 4/200. 1.4 CEUs.

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