JAMES J. SEYKOT“I sought a career where I could make a difference and impact people’s lives by helping improve their function, diminish their pain and restore independence on a daily basis. Every day presents new challenges and is unique. I get to meet some very interesting people and feel a real connection to them as they endeavor to recover from injury, surgery or illness.

“I take patient care and physical therapy personally and empathize with each patient. I encourage an open dialogue with patients and staff to make sure we are all pursuing the same direction toward an optimal outcome. My goal is to achieve therapy goals while being mindful of the patient’s time constraints and financial limits.

“I aim to give my patients excellent service, undivided listening to hear their concerns and quality care they would recommend to their family and friends. I remain focused on leading-edge therapy techniques and evidence-based treatments aligned with the patient’s and physician’s goals and needs.”

In his free time, James enjoys golf, biking and fitness. James also enjoys continuing education, and staying current with best practices and evidence.

DPT: Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Health Professions, Boston, MA

MSPT: Widener University, Chester PA

BA: Lycoming College, Williamsport, PA

Member: American Physical Therapy Association (Orthopedic Section, Private Practice Section), Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association

Awards: Pulos Award for Research, Widener University; Award for Clinical Excellence, Widener University


ANDREA PRICE“I chose physical therapy because of my strong desire to help people and engage people from all walks of life. I love the fact that it allows me to use my great listening skills and think independently about the best ways to help clients solve their physical problems.

“I take a hands-on approach to physical therapy and athletic training. My goal is to eliminate the usual barriers to successful communication, prepare every client emotionally, physically and mentally to exceed their personal expectations and help them reach their full potential. I enjoy seeing the benefits from clients who are glowing with success.

“I hope to give my patients a positive, motivational environment in which to fulfill their long-term goals and participate fully in satisfying lifestyles. I genuinely care about every client and I am their advocate throughout the recovery process.”

Andrea is a self-professed lifelong learner who enjoys continuing education and the benefits that come from evidence-based research and the newest techniques. She also loves the peace and beauty of the great outdoors.

BSPT: Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

BSED: Athletic Training, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV

Member: American Physical Therapy Association (Orthopedic Section, Private Practice Section, Women’s Health Section), Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association, National Athletic Trainers Association


KATHRYN DEVINNEY“In my 28 years of experience as a clinician, I have met a variety of patients with an array of physical limitations and challenges. I treat both orthopedic and neurological patients. I have learned, practiced and shared techniques including McKenzie, Sahrmann and various approaches for joint mobilization/manipulation. I treat both pediatric and adult scoliosis. My neurological focus areas include Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis. My experience, continuing education, keeping current with evidence-based research, continues to enhance my clinical skills. Through repeated and focused therapy, I have seen patients regain their strength, their mobility and their confidence. I have seen the benefits of stretching, strengthening and manual techniques. But what truly makes the difference, what truly leads to success and to regained function, is patient engagement and hope.

“Hope presents as a chain reaction. When patients feel hope, they become more engaged and improved function returns much more rapidly. In order to feel hope, patients need to play an active role in their therapy. My focus on patient education and empowerment has been a key component of my treatments and my therapy plans. To me, physical therapy is a partnership in which clinician and patient share equal roles. I want you to recognize your full potential and to understand each step and component of your therapy plan. Open, clear and positive communication is essential to the process, to achieving increased musculoskeletal and neurological function. Listening is a skill that is easily disregarded in today’s frenzied world, but it is a skill that I both treasure deeply and continue to sharpen.

“As your physical therapist, I am both your advocate and your partner in healing. Pain and disability should not be a permanent part of your life. Together, we can restore function and mobility. We will get you up and moving as you should be, and we will do it together. I hope to be part of your healing process here at Cornerstone Physical Therapy.”

Kathy has 28 years of clinical experience. She has specialized experience and interest in both orthopedic and movement disorders associated with multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease. She is an advocate for her patients, helping them maximize their greatest physical potential.

In her spare time, Kathy enjoys being with her family, fishing, tennis and running.

BSPT: Arcadia University, Glenside, PA

Member: American Physical Therapy Association (Orthopedic Section), Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association


Nicholas Angeny

“My journey to becoming a physical therapist was founded on an unrelenting fascination for the human body and the sheer amount of complexity of the overall function and movement that occurs within it. However, I also share a personal connection with physical therapy after being in and out of PT my whole life. As an athlete competing in the sport of swimming and other general recreational sports, I sustained multiple minor injuries and one “career ending” injury where I was told I would be unable to complete my senior collegiate year swimming as well as never being able to lift and do certain exercises again. Devastated and heartbroken, I found hope in physical therapy. I gained valuable knowledge about my body, how it moves, how to listen to it, and how to use it, all while being given the empathy, emotional support, and motivation I needed. Through PT, I was able to finish my swimming career and return to strength training without pain despite what I was told.”

“As a physical therapist, I strive to provide the hope that was given to me because I truly believe that no one should ever be told they shouldn’t do the everyday things that make them whole.”

“I genuinely love and am extremely passionate about what I do because each person I meet is different and every single person is a learning experience. I treat a wide variety of orthopedic and neurological conditions with a specialization in young athletes. I enjoy spending time getting to know the person I am working with and what makes them whole. That is why I take a very personalized, detail oriented, educational approach that aims to provide the personal connection and support you need on a physical, mental, and emotional level; to help you get back to being you.”

“In my free time I enjoy the company of family and friends, playing videogames, golf, the beach, and strength training.”

DPT: (Summa Cum Laude) University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, PA

B.S. Allied Health Science: Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA


Thomas Hutchinson“My pathway to becoming a physical therapist stems from my belief in the ability to recover from injury, surgery, or illness through functional movement. My approach to physical therapy focuses on understanding that the recovery process involves a physical, mental, and emotional connection. I believe that each patient deserves a specifically tailored therapy program and enjoy the challenge of improving my patients to a more functional lifestyle. I view my patients’ therapy process as a team approach and aim to ensure my patients meet their goals and personal expectations.”

“With a hands-on approach, I believe that listening to both the body and voices of my patients supply the map for a journey to a successful recovery. Communication is a key factor for ensuring that my patients meet their goals and I encourage continual feedback to promote a comforting experience. I take my patients’ recovery personally and aim to provide the most effective and efficient therapy techniques in order to allow for optimal recovery.”

“My role as a physical therapist is to provide more than just hands-on care. I empathize with all of my patients and am a strong advocate of promoting a positive and motivating environment. With the proper education and treatment plan, I believe all patients can benefit from physical therapy. The recovery and healing process from an injury is a constant progression and seeing patients progress allows for my continuous passion as a physical therapist. I have a passion for treating orthopedic, neurological, sport-related, and geriatric patients.”

“In my free time I enjoy spending time with family and friends, outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, and snowboarding, and keeping myself busy with projects around the house.”

DPT: Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

B.S. Kinesiology:Temple University, Philadelphia, PA


Caitlyn Kimenhour, PTA“I first became interested in physical therapy after working as an aide for this very company! I enjoyed forming such great relationships with the patients and staff members alike and working for a company that was 100% patient focused. After working for 5 years in long-term/sub-acute rehabilitative care, I was ecstatic to return to the Cornerstone team!

“My goal in the field of physical therapy is to help people not just regain their strength, function, and mobility; but to also educate them in continuing life-long self care.”

“I believe in establishing a relationship early on with my patients and taking an active role in their treatment. I hope to motivate and inspire each of them in their recovery process”.

“In my free time, I love to be with my family, friends, and dog. I enjoy playing softball, cooking and baking, D-I-Y projects, and entertaining. I am also an avid food enthusiast and sports fan, especially the Philadelphia Eagles.”

PTA: Lehigh Carbon Community College, Schnecksville, PA

BS: Health & Physical Education, West Chester University, West Chester, PA

Member: American Physical Therapy Association (Orthopedic Section, Private Practice Section), Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association


ESMERALDA CUCUZZA, PTA“Before becoming a Physical Therapist Assistant, I was working as a certified massage therapist. I really enjoyed working one-on-one with my clients, collaborating together to help them gain better control of their physical well being. I knew that a career in physical therapy would give me even more opportunities to hone my skills and help others. I went back to school to complete my education and became a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in October 2020.”

“As a professional in rehabilitation, I enjoy being able to help others live better, more satisfying lives through physical therapy. Every day, I get to teach people the skills they need to help them function better, manage their pain and get back to whatever it is they need to feel whole again.”

“When I’m not at the clinic, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. My hobbies are walking, reading, cooking, doing my makeup, and finding any opportunity to dance!”

PTA: Montgomery County Community College, Blue Bell, PA

CMT: Cortiva Institute, King of Prussia, PA

Member: American Physical Therapy Association

For a comprehensive physical therapy experience, come to Cornerstone Physical Therapy Associates. You can reach us at (Bensalem/NE Phila): (215) 633-9080, (Furlong/Doylestown): (215) 794-2611, or (New Hope): (267) 740-2954. We also offer our services to residents of Langhorne, Feasterville, Bristol, Warrington, Jamison, Buckingham, Lambertville, Plumsteadville, and surrounding areas. For your convenience, please use our online Request An Appointment form.