Dr. Kevin W. Krause, PT, DPT

BS Biology, Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA
BS Physical Therapy, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Widener University, Chester PA

Kevin is the owner and director of Western Berks Physical Therapy; and he works in all offices. Dr. Krause has over 30 years of clinical experience treating diagnoses including orthopedic injuries, post-surgical rehab, sports injuries, back and neck pain, neurological disorders and geriatric management. Many physicians know and trust Kevin’s hands-on care, along with his expertise in properly diagnosing their patients’ conditions and developing a comprehensive program to ensure optimal results.

Kevin is a member in good standing of the APTA and PPTA. He achieved his SPORTS THERAPY CERTIFICATION in 1996. He is a proud Eagle Scout. During his free time, he enjoys his family. Kevin sits on a number of civic advisory boards, is a Boy Scout leader and an active member of his church.

Dr. Deborah R. McKim, PT, DPT, MTC

BA, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA
MPT, University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences: Institute of Physical Therapy, FL
Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of St. Augustine, FL

Deb is our Pelvic Floor Specialist, skilled at treating many dysfunctions. She is also skilled in Myofascial release techniques. Deb has a MANUAL THERAPY CERTIFICATION which means she is uniquely trained in delivering hands-on manual techniques. Manual therapy is considered the most effective approach to treat musculoskeletal dysfunction. Deb is skilled in outpatient orthopedics, manual therapy, pelvic floor dysfunction and women’s health. She has worked at Western Berks Physical Therapy since 2001.

Deb is a member in good standing of the APTA and PPTA, including the Women’s Health Section. Deb is also an NCAA All American Swimmer.

Eric Jentes, PT, MPT

BS, Taylor University, Upland, Indiana and Ball State, Muncie, Indiana.
MPT Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.

Eric has been in physical therapy for over 14 years. Following college, he worked at a regional hospital as a medical laboratory technologist for several years  before transitioning to traveling home care physical therapy. Through these experiences, Eric has been able to work with everyone from notable college athletes to young children to older adults in various settings from football fields to hospitals to homes for the intellectually disabled. In his spare time, Eric enjoys the outdoors, attending and coaching his children’s sports and raising his family.

Nehal Chandramauli, PT

BS Physical Therapy, Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
Masters Health Administration, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ

Nehal completed her undergraduate education BS in Physical Therapy in India. She came to the US to pursue her Master’s in Health Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University in NJ. She has over 6 years experience as a Physical Therapist and has spent most of her career working in outpatient orthopedic treating all types of injuries including joint replacements, sports and work injuries, as well as chronic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction. She is also continuing to enhance her hands on therapy by taking various continuing education courses. Nehal completed her certifications through the APTA Women’s Health Section in pelvic floor dysfunction and has trained under Dr. McKim to provide pelvic floor therapy in our Robesonia and Wyomissing office locations. Her goal is to provide individualized hands on care to all clients with emphasis on looking at the whole person rather than just the ailment or dysfunction.

Daniel Hassell, PT, DPT

BS Kinessiology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Midwestern University, Glendale, AZ

Dan earned his Bachelors degree from Temple University, and then traveled to Glendale, Arizona to complete his physical therapy studies at Midwestern University. His clinical experience includes outpatient orthopedics and geriatrics. Dan’s PT interests include pain science, vestibular disorders, and working with veterans. In his spare time, Dan enjoys the outdoors, traveling, spending time with his family and dog, and cheering on the Eagles.

Alexa Dicerchio, PT, DPT

BS Kinesiology, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Lexi attended James Madison University to study Kinesiology for her undergraduate career, and then went on to the University of Pittsburgh for her Physical Therapy degree. Her PT interests include outpatient orthopedics, manual therapy, and return to sport rehab. She finds it rewarding to see her patients’ progression and help them reach their goals. In her free time she enjoys running, hiking, and spending time with her family and friends.

Lindsay Bollinger, PT, DPT

BS,  Penn State University, University Park, PA
DPT, Methodist University, Fayetteville, NC

Lindsay earned her Bachelors degree from Penn State University, and then continued on to reach her Physical Therapy degree from Methodist University. She comes to Western Berks Physical Therapy with clinical experience in outpatient orthopedics, neurological disorders, geriatrics, and pelvic health. Lindsay completed her certification through the APTA Women’s Health Section in pelvic floor dysfunction and is training under Dr. McKim to provide pelvic floor therapy to our patients. Lindsay believes in providing quality and holistic care to help patients reach their goals. In her free time, she enjoys running, going to the gym, cooking, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.

Duyen P. Maletto, PTA

BS Biology, Penn State University, University Park, PA

Duyen was born in Vietnam. She went to Penn State to get a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, then continued on to the Dubois campus to get her Associates degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She has been trained in Barnes Myofascial Release techniques. “Uni” has been in an outpatient orthopedic setting helping people feel better for over 14 years. She finds it rewarding to see people “go back to doing what they love”. In her spare time she enjoys time with family (husband and daughter) and friends. Her hobbies include watching sports, especially Penn State.​

Nate Moyer, PTA

BS Kinesiology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 
PTA, Central Penn College, Summerdale, PA

Nate comes to Western Berks with the clinical experience in outpatient orthopedic settings as well as balance and gait training in a skilled nursing facility. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at Temple University, then continued on to Central Penn College where he earned an Associate’s degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2015. Nate is passionate about quality patient care and helping people improve their physical function. In his spare time, Nate enjoys sports and exercise. He coached high school boys’ soccer for four years.

Sharon K. George, PTA

BS, Millersville University, Millersville, PA                                                 
Physical Therapy Assistant, Lehigh Valley Community College, Schnecksville, PA

Sharon is a Millersville University graduate. She then went on to get her Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Lehigh Carbon Community College. Sharon has 30 years of experience, primarily in outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation. She is the Clinical Coordinator for Western Berks, which means she helps instruct Student Affiliates. Sharon is skilled in nutrition and fitness. She is a health enthusiast who enjoys spending time with her family, gardening and healthy creative cooking. She is also active in her church.

Kimberly Haught, PTA

Physical Therapy Assistant, Lehigh Carbon Community College, Schnecksville, PA

Kimberly is a Physical Therapist Assistant (Associates of Applied Science) and graduated with honors from Lehigh Carbon Community College. She has enjoyed working in outpatient settings for over 10 years. Her experience in treatment includes a diverse variety of diagnoses including geriatrics, back and neck pain, hand injuries, sports related injuries, neurological disorders and pediatrics. She also assists in Western Berks Physical Therapy’s pelvic floor program for urinary incontinence. She volunteers in the Kids Club and Youth Group programs at her church. In her spare time, Kim enjoys hiking, taking walks, snowboarding, playing volleyball, and spending time with her family and friends.

Sierra Werley, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant, Pennsylvania State University, Hazelton, PA

Sierra graduated with honors from Penn State University. She comes to WBPT with clinical experience in outpatient orthopedics as well as geriatric management in skilled nursing. She assists in WBPT’s pelvic floor and women’s health programs. Sierra strives to provide individualized care to all patients by learning their physical needs and helping them reach their goals. In her spare time, Sierra enjoys hiking, gardening, yoga, and being with family and friends.