Troy Hofmann, PT, OCS, ATC, Cert. MDT

Troy has been providing exceptional care since 1990 in the outpatient and home care setting in the South Jersey Region. He received his Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Athletic Training from the University of Delaware in 1988. He further received his Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey in affiliation with Rutgers University in 1990.

Troy is a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedics (OCS) by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. Troy is currently an Adjunct Clinical Lab Instructor Professor for the Institute of Physical Therapy Education (for Orthopedics: Spine, TMJ and the extremities) at Widener University. Troy is Credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment of Spinal Disorders by the International McKenzie Institute and as an Athletic Trainer by the National Athletic Trainers Association. Troy is Certified in the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), Y-Balance and he is a Graston Provider. His expertise is in the area of mechanical diagnosis and treatment of the spine (neck and back pain), advanced knee and shoulder rehabilitation, Temporomandibular Joint Disorders, headaches, orthotic fabrication for ankle/foot disorders, Integrative Dry Needling, and sports medicine. Troy has a special interest and expertise in the prevention and treatment of the overhead athlete.

An experienced clinician with an extensive specialty training background, Troy has worked with the U.S. Olympic Rhythmic Gymnastics team and was a fitness evaluator to the U.S. Olympic Ice-Skating team. He has lectured for the UMDNJ/Rutgers Physical Therapy Program, the Athletic Trainer’s Association of Southern New Jersey, the Burlington County Athletic Trainer’s Association and various other professional and youth sports organizations. He also served on the Legislative Committee for the New Jersey Chapter of the APTA from November 1994 to May 1997. Additionally, Troy has written protocols for rehabilitation following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and following rotator cuff repair, which have been utilized by many orthopedic surgeons in the Southern New Jersey region.

Troy currently provides yearly Coaches Safety education for Mount Laurel Baseball and Softball and enjoys spending time with his family, boating, golfing, tennis, water skiing and snow skiing.

David B. Huttinger, PT, OCS, ATC, Cert. MDT, CCI

David has been providing physical therapy services since 1990 in the local South Jersey area in outpatient physical therapy clinics and the home care setting. Graduating from Ursinus College he received his Bachelor of Science in Biology, with an Athletic Training minor in 1984. He also participated in the West Chester University Summer Sports Medicine Program in 1984. David was employed as an Athletic Trainer at Rutgers University from1986 to 1987. In 1990 he continued his education to receive his Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in affiliation with Rutgers University. David worked as a physical therapist at Delaware Valley Physical Therapy Associates in Lawrenceville, NJ from 1990 to 1992 before moving down to Atco, New Jersey to work for PRO Physical Therapy. He then worked at Physical Therapy and Sports Services as a Clinical Director in Willingboro, NJ office from 1995-1996. From there, he worked as independent contractor for home care agencies in the Burlington County region.

David is a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedics (OCS) by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. He is also a Certified Clinical Instructor (CCI) of Physical Therapy Students through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). David has furthered his clinical skills by being credentialed by the International McKenzie Institute in Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment of Spinal Disorders. David is certified in the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) as well as the Y-Balance Test. He attended numerous courses specializing in Vestibular and Concussion rehabilitation. His areas of interest are Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization), functional training (FMS), Geriatrics and Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE), as well as gait analysis and running mechanics.

David is an avid runner and has participated in numerous races from 5K to marathons including the Philadelphia Marathon, Marine Corps Marathon and Boston Marathon. He enjoys working with runners or potential runners in getting them ready to run for leisure, fitness or races.

In his spare time, Dave takes pleasure in spending time with his family and hitting the golf course.

Reed Hofmann

Kyle McIntyre, PT, DPT

Dr. Kyle McIntyre received his Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree (DPT) from Kean University in Union, NJ.

Kyle is local to the area as he grew up in Mount Laurel and attended Lenape High School. From there he went on to graduate from The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) with his bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise Science. While attending TCNJ he was a four year member of the College’s wrestling team. He is still very involved in the area with wrestling where he coaches children aging from Kindergarten to High School.

Prior to his time at Restore, Kyle was a clinician at numerous settings/clinics including where he was trained in High Intensity Gait Training for Neuro Rehab He also had an emphasis in Sport Specific PT.

Kyle takes a very hands on approach and believes in addressing the root of the problem rather than masking the issue with medication. He enjoys working with neurological conditions including stroke/brain injury as well as with athletes who are returning to sport.

In his free time Kyle enjoys many outdoor activities such as hiking, the beach, golfing, snowboarding and traveling the world. If he is not doing these, he is probably with friends, his family, his dog or coaching.

Reed Hofmann

Brooke Nolan, PT, DPT

Dr. Brooke Nolan received her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Stockton University in Galloway, NJ.

Brooke is originally from Mullica Hill, NJ, but has since moved to Marlton, NJ. She took dance lessons throughout her childhood and attended Gloucester County Institute of Technology (GCIT) with a focus on dance and performing arts. As a dancer, she had her fair share of injuries that required physical therapy as a part of her recovery, which resulted in her finding her passion as a Physical Therapist.

Brooke attended Stockton University where she completed her undergraduate degree in Biology, and continued at Stockton to obtain her DPT. Dr. Nolan has garnered experience working with all age groups, ranging from infants to geriatrics, and from all different backgrounds.

Prior to working at RESTORE, Brooke worked as a staff physical therapist at a general outpatient clinic serving the Marlton and Toms River areas and treated a wide variety of orthopedic conditions.

Brooke is determined to help all of her patients get back to doing what they love to do. She strives to promote movement in any form, believing that movement is medicine. While Brooke enjoys working with all her patients, she has a special interest and experience working with pediatrics, dancers, and those with pelvic health concerns.

In her free time, Brooke typically walks her dog, watches TV shows, or pursues her artistic side through crafting or photography.

Reed Hofmann

Reed Hofmann, PT, DPT

Reed received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Widener University in Chester, PA.

Reed grew up in Mount Laurel and graduated from Lenape High School where he played soccer and Lacrosse. During his time at Lenape he was honored as an Academic All-American in lacrosse his senior year. After high school he obtained his Bachelors of Arts in Psychology at Widener University. At Widener, Reed played lacrosse as well as functioning as an assistant coach for 2 years once his career came to an end. During PT school at Widener University, Reed was the Operation’s Coordinator and treated at the Chester Community Physical Therapy Clinic, which provided pro bono services to the community of Chester, PA. Reed joined the RESTORE team in 2013.

Reed is dually licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and before coming on as a staff physical therapist at RESTORE, he worked as a staff physical therapist in an outpatient clinic which specializes in the treatment of back and neck pain, sciatica, shoulder conditions and arthritis in the Harrisburg area.

Reed has a passion for the physical therapy profession especially when utilizing his “Pain Free PT” approach to rehabilitation. He enjoys working with a wide variety of patients and helping people to return to an active life and doing the day-to-day activities they love.

During his spare time Reed enjoys hiking, camping, snowboarding, and all other outdoor activities. During the winter he can be found making trips to the mountains and during summer taking day trips to the shore.