Vicky Geagea is a licensed physical therapist in the state of Maryland. Vicky first obtained her bachelor’s degree in Beirut, Lebanon in 1992 from the Lebanese University Faculty of Public Health, and a diploma in Cardiovascular and Respiratory Rehabilitation from René Descartes Paris V, France in 1999. She moved to the United States in 2004; in April of 2007 she began practicing at Baltimore Medical Center in Glen Burnie, MD while working toward her mastery certification in manual therapy. In 2007 she completed her manual therapy certification from Hands-On-Seminars in New York, New York.
In 2010 Vicky received her doctorate of physical therapy from Rocky Mountain University in Provo, Utah. Since May of 2008 she has been a practicing physical therapist at Quince Orchard Medical Center. She focuses her practice of physical therapy on various manual techniques including trigger point therapy, and myofascial release. Vicky is also skilled in treating post-operative management and sports medicine. She started her career working with pediatric patients with respiratory, orthopedic, and neurologic disorders, as well as adults in inpatient settings.
It is important to Vicky to continually improve her clinical skills; therefore she attends continuing education courses throughout the year. Vicky’s top priority is to provide her patients with excellent and efficient healthcare. She genuinely cares about her patients’ success and overall satisfaction with the therapy services that both she and Quince Orchard Medical Center provide.
Vicky also enjoys leading a healthy lifestyle. She is an adventure seeker who enjoys traveling and discovering new cultures. Her home town in Lebanon is a ski resort which has cultivated her passion for skiing. When she’s not on the slopes, Vicky enjoys developing her skills as a cyclist. Vicky is also speaks fluent French and Arabic.