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Knowledgeable. Attentive. Trailblazing. The first three words come to mind when someone is asked to describe Dr. Andrea Davis.

What began as a result of playing competitive field hockey, basketball and softball in high school and NCAA Division III in college has become a decades-long commitment to helping others. This drive has brought Dr. Davis to where she is today – a business owner, mentor, advocate and friend to patients young and old who like her needed to seek physical therapy in order to live life to its fullest. 

Dr. Andrea Davis founded Davis Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab (Davis PTSR) in 2016. Her goal: To deliver high-caliber physical therapy treatment and specializing in the application of cutting-edge technology for rehabilitation and sports performance. As the owner, Dr. Davis wears many hats, including oversight of operations and finance as well as the overall strategic direction and marketing for the practice. She is a strong proponent of teamwork from years of playing sports and credits so much of the Davis PTSR success to surrounding herself with great co-workers who share an unrelenting passion for patient care.


Prior to opening her own facility, Dr. Davis worked in a private orthopedic PT practice where she sharpened her technical, management and professional skills. She worked hand-in-hand with her colleagues to grow a practice that was dedicated to high-quality care and expert treatment as a means to providing safe, healthy long-term patient recovery. Throughout her career, Dr. Davis has coached youth in various sports, including working part-time at LaSalle University. It was this drive to mentor other young women athletes that led her to open Driving Force Softball Strength and Conditioning in 2013. Looking to focus on physical therapy, and fulfill her ambition to start her own business, Dr. Davis began transitioning Driving Force into a strength and conditioning program under Davis PTSR.


Dr. Davis is active in the community professionally and personally. She is a longtime supporter of the Pat Tillman Foundation and volunteers with the Medford Youth Athletic Association, coaching field hockey, basketball, flag football and other sports. More recently, Dr. Davis became a Campus Captain Advisor for The Hidden Opponent (THO) and launched the Davis PTSR virtual support group for those recovering from an ACL injury - both promoting a greater focus on mental health and the risks of depression and anxiety for athletes.


Raised in Cherry Hill and now a resident of Medford, NJ, Dr. Davis is a wife and mother of two who, when not working or coaching, might be found riding her Peloton® bike or enjoying some downtime on the beach. She views each morning as a fresh start – one that is better than the day before and another opportunity to make a difference.


“Be the change you want to see in the world.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi



1999 College Misericordia, Bachelor of Science

1999 College Misericordia, Masters of Science, Physical Therapy

2010 Misericordia University, Doctorate, Physical Therapy



• Board Certified Physical Therapist NJ

• Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Massage Certification (IASTM)

• Member American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)

• Member APTA Private Practice Section

• Member APTA Orthopedic Sections

• CPR / AED Certification

• McKenzie Trained - Part A, B, C

• Pre-operative Joint Replacement Program

• Pre-operative Spinal Surgery Program

• Return to Sport Program (ACL and Sport Specific)

• DorsaVi Clinical Specialist

• Personalized Restricted Blood Flow (BFR) Certification


• Virtua Award for Clinical Excellence

• Co-founder of Virtua Sports Medicine Conference

• Virtua Sports Medicine Conference (Speaker)

• One On One with Steve Audubato (TV): Panel Expert on MIS Knee Replacements

• Conference Speaker:
ACL Rehab, Patellofemoral Syndrome, Joint Replacement Rehab, Back School, Industrial Injury Prevention, Spinal Issues

• Member of Shawnee High School Football Medical Team

• Camden Catholic High School Hall of Fame

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