Enrico Michael Dellagatta, M.Ed, DPT
Enrico "Rick" Dellagatta received his undergraduate degree (BS) in physical therapy from the University of Pennsylvania in 1972. Among his training experiences were The United States Veterans Administration Hospital in Washington D.C. and the United States Public Health Service Hospital in Norfolk, VA.
In 1982 Rick received his Masters degree from Temple University where the emphasis of his study was exercise physiology and motor learning. Throughout his career Rick's primary interest has been the effect of physiological stressors on the acquisition of motor skills. His masters thesis examined "The Effects of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation on Balance Beam Standing".
In June of 2007 Rick received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Drexel University.
Kris Anderer, AA, PTA
Kris Anderer is a 1997 graduate from Atlantic Cape Community College with an Associate's Degree in Applied Science. She has been employed at Maple Leaf since 1996. Kris also has experience in neurodevelopment/adults with developmental disabilities. In the orthopaedic setting, her primary area of interest is joint replacements and rotator cuff repairs.
Toni Holland, AA, PTA
Toni L. Holland graduated with honors from Atlantic Cape Community College in 1993 with an Associate's Degree in Applied Science. She has been employed at Maple Leaf since 1989. Toni has also had experience in a sub-acute rehab setting and is certified in Functional Independence Measurement (FIM). Her areas of special interest are working with geriatrics as well as cervical and lumbar dysfunctions.