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Dr. Marissa Oxenford

Dr. Marissa Oxenford is the founder and owner of Redemption Physical Therapy.

She received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Temple University in 2011 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Drexel University in 2014.

Since then, she has earned her CrossFit Level I trainer title, her certification specializing in the Clinical Management of the Fitness Athlete, her personal training certification from ISSA, and her Dry Needling certification from the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy (AAMT).

She has devoted her continuing education to refining her manual therapy skills, expanding her sports medicine knowledge, and growing her strength and conditioning expertise for a variety of sports and populations. She has found her niche in treating CrossFit athletes.

Dr. Oxenford has a strong background in athletics having participated in Division I Gymnastics at Temple University. 

Furthermore, in her first couple years of practice through NovaCare Rehabilitation, she earned the position of head Physical Therapist for the Lincoln University Lions sports teams.

After her gymnastics career, she became familiar with the sport of CrossFit and has been a competitive CrossFit athlete since 2015.

Dr. Chris Boudreau

As a physical therapist, coach, and enthusiast for all things fitness, Dr. Chris Boudreau aims to bridge the gap between rehabilitative therapy and fitness. His passion to help people is driven by a "fitness forward" approach in which anyone, including athletes or daily go-getters, can actively take charge of their own recovery. This tailored approach, he believes, allows athletes to continue an active, pain-free lifestyle.

From a young age, Dr. Boudreau has helped teach others how to use movement and exercise as a treatment for injury prevention and recovery. As a scholar, he began coaching CrossFit in 2018 while studying to receive a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences from USF, and later to receive a doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern. After gaining a passion for weightlifting and a strong background in resistance training, he received a USAW-L1 certification to use olympic weightlifting as a tool for athletes aiming to boost performance.

Dr. Boudreau strives to continue developing his knowledge of physical therapy by researching advancing methods of manual therapy, injury prevention, and the use of resistance training in rehab to teach and to provide the best possible care for his patients.

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