Hadassa is a native of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, an island in the Caribbean, and moved to the Philadelphia area in 1990 with her family. She currently resides in Crofton, MD with her husband and two daughters, Gabrielle and Sophia. Hadassa enjoys running and has participated in several races over the years. She also enjoys shopping and comments that "shopping is my cardio" when winters prevent her from running outdoors.
Hadassa Roberts, PT, MPT, COMT
Hadassa Roberts, PT, MPT, COMT is an alumnus of the University of Pittsburgh where she earned a Master of Physical Therapy degree in 2002. She is a licensed physical therapist and an expert in treating orthopedic injuries. Hadassa is also a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT) who ensures that her treatment plans are individualized and inclusive of her advanced manual skills. She takes pride in her successful physical therapy outcomes with active participation from her patients. Hadassa is also an accomplished therapist in industrial rehabilitation, getting the injured worker back to work through Functional Capacity Evaluations, Work Conditioning and Work Hardening programs. She also served as an adjunct professor at the George Washington University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program from 2007-2013.