Mishock Physical Therapy & Associates – Phoenixville

Established in 2011, Mishock Physical Therapy & Associates, Phoenixville, is a privately owned, outpatient physical therapy practice in Chester County. It is our mission to provide the most effective and, state-of the-art physical therapy services to relieve pain, restore function, and return you to the highest quality of life possible.

We consider every patient a VIP, regardless of age, insurance, and/or injury and deliver the best, most comprehensive care necessary. Mishock PT, Phoenixville, prides itself on providing hands-on, individualized care to every patient. We want to accommodate your busy schedule, so we offer flexible treatment times: early morning, evening and Saturday hours.

We Specialize In..

  • Hands on Manual Therapy
  • Concussion Rehabilitation
  • Chronic pain management and opioid alternatives
  • Geriatric Rehabilitation
  • Gait Analysis
  • Balance & Fall Prevention
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Injury Rehabilitation
  • Pre and Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Graston Technique
  • Balance and Falls Prevention
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Kinesio Taping
  • Pelvic Floor
  • Work related rehabilitation
  • Work simulation
  • Work Conditioning


131 Nutt Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460

Contact Information

Phone: (610) 933-3371
Fax: (610) 933-3376


Mon: 7:00am – 8:00pm
Tue: 7:00am – 8:00pm
Wed: 7:00am – 8:00pm
Thurs: 7:00am – 8:00pm
Fri: 7:00am – 6:00pm
Sat: 8:00am – 12:00pm

Meet Our Staff

Drew Glass, PT, DPT

Drew Glass, PT, DPT

Dr. Andrew (Drew) Glass was born right across the street from our Phoenixville clinic at the Phoenixville hospital and has lived in the Spring City area ever since.

He graduated from Pope John Paul II High School in Royersford, and played high school soccer and lacrosse.

Drew attended Duquesne University where he got his BS in biology and health science.  While at Duquesne he played club lacrosse, worked as a soccer trainer, youth coach, as well as working at the University’s fitness center.

He earned his Doctorate Physical Therapy (DPT) this past August 2020, after completing clinical rotations at Sports Medicine of Atlanta and the Cardiac ICU at UPMC Mercy.

He had always played sports growing up, so he knew he wanted to do something that involved movement. Physical therapy allows him to do what he enjoys while helping others.

He is interested in areas of physical therapy that include exercise prescription and manual techniques like myofascial release.  He is looking to get strength and conditioning certification (CSCS) by the end of the year and eventually an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) certification.

In his free time, he loves to golf, workout, and listen to all genres of music.  He is die-hard Philadelphia Flyers fan.

Lauren Clemson, PT, DPT

Lauren Clemson, PT, DPT

Lauren Clemson, PT, DPT

Dr. Lauren Clemson grew up in Marlton, NJ. She was an athlete, playing soccer year-round, as well as softball and lacrosse.  She played golf with her dad and brothers for fun and ended up playing competitively in college.  Her first experience with physical therapy was watching with amazement the progress her dad made after receiving physical therapy for several months for a shoulder injury.  It left quite an impression on her and opened her eyes to the profession. She volunteered at that clinic and quickly knew that this is what she wanted her future to be.

She graduated from Misericordia University with a BA in Biology, minor in Chemistry, and then went on to grad school for her DPT.  She has extra training in applied techniques of manual therapy, with a focus on treating common extremity dysfunctions through mobilization.  She has since been able to incorporate some of these techniques into her daily practice.  She also hopes to attain her direct access license and become a certified Kinesio taping practitioner.

Lauren grew up an avid Philadelphia sports fan, especially football; GO EAGLES!  She enjoys attending games and rallying behind the team.  She also enjoys attending country concerts, completing DIY projects around her apartment, cooking, baking, and staying active.  One of her current goals is to run a half marathon in the near future.



“One of my favorite patient populations to treat are those who come in after total knee replacement.  This can be a very challenging and uncomfortable recovery at times, so it is always nice to see the improvement after patients put in the hard work.  This person in particular also had to have a manipulation under anesthesia after the TKA as her range of motion was not returning even with PT intervention.  At times the patient would get discouraged by her recovery process, but was recently able to take a vacation to Ireland where she did not let her injury hold her back.  She was able to do all of the sightseeing that she wanted to do.  She has also become better and more independent in managing her own symptoms.”

Sally Caldwell, DPT
Phoenixville Director

Sally Caldwell, DPT
Phoenixville Director

Sally Caldwell, DPT

Clinical Director of Phoenixville Office

Sally A. Caldwell, DPT; joined Mishock Physical Therapy & Associates in January of 2011 as the Director of Physical Therapy at the Phoenixville office. She has practiced physical therapy in the Commonwealth of PA since August 2003.

Sally earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sports Science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in May 1999, graduating Magna Cum Laude. She then obtained a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Slippery Rock University in July 2003. Her clinical rotations included outpatient physical therapy at Tampa Bay Bone & Joint Center, Tampa FL, acute care and medical rehab at Charleston Area Medical Center, Charleston WV, and the Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Indiana PA.

Her continuing education coursework has included Kinesio-taping, concussions in high school athletes, the differential diagnosis for complex patients, lumbar assessment & rehab, shoulder assessment & rehab, vestibular rehab, knee assessment and rehab, Graston, cupping, exercise for the older adult. She has also taken part in the clinical instruction of students from Penn State University, Gannon University, Slippery Rock University, Alvernia University, Temple, Harcum College, and Drexel University. In addition, Dr. Caldwell has presented at the Sports Medicine Update Conference at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania for shoulder rehabilitation and stem cell research.

Sally truly enjoys performing manual therapy as an adjunct to treatment in an effort to help her patients return to their highest functional level. Seeing people succeed in a PT program makes her job gratifying and fun.

She currently resides in Limerick, PA with her husband.  She loves spending time with her family, and in her spare time she enjoys cooking, traveling, wine tasting, drawing and exercising.


Location: Phoenixville


131 Nutt Road Phoenixville, PA 19460

New patient scheduling: 610-327-2600