Marybeth Daley, PT, MPT
Pickleball is all the rage. Each day, more and more individuals, across all age groups are heading to the pickleball courts. With over 4.8 million participants nationwide in 2022, and 39.3% growth over the last two years, pickleball has become the fastest-growing...
During the cold winter months, the days are shorter, and the weather is chillier, making it harder to maintain an outdoor exercise plan. Regular exercise is important, so we want to encourage and inspire you with creative ways to keep you moving! Give yourself...
By Joseph Stellabotte, M.D., sports medicine specialist at Premier Every year, 'Old Man Winter' brings with him an assortment of sprains, strains, and fractures. But following a few simple steps can lower the odds that you or a loved one suffers a winter weather...
Marybeth received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science from Temple University in 1998, and a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Temple University in 2001.
She currently holds clinical certifications for Graston Technique Therapy, FMS, SFMA level 1, Functional Movement Taping and CPR.
Marybeth has worked solely in the outpatient orthopaedic setting since graduation. She has experience across the outpatient spectrum treating both non-athletes and athletes at all levels from the weekend warrior to high school athletes and beyond. Her affiliations were in the sub-acute, rehab, orthopaedic and Veteran’s Administration settings. She uses a variety of techniques including hands on treatment, exercise both at home and in the clinic, and patient education to help them understand their injury, prevent reoccurrence and maximize their functional potential. Marybeth joined Premier in 2007.
During her spare time, Marybeth enjoys coaching CYO basketball for St. Andrew’s and volunteering at Temple University’s student run pro bono physical therapy clinic.