Diana Duda, PT, DPT, MSCS


Diana Duda, PT, DPT, MSCS graduated from University of the Sciences in Philadelphia in 2005 with a Masters in Physical Therapy. She received her Doctorate in Physical therapy in 2007 from University of the Sciences. She has been working in Neurological Rehab and Orthopedic Rehab since 2005 inpatient and outpatient. Diana took an outpatient position with Penn Therapy & Fitness in 2011 at the opening of the Rittenhouse site. She is the lead therapist for the Vestibular team. Her clinical expertise is with patients for vestibular rehab and concussion, Multiple Sclerosis and treatment of Neurological conditions. In addition Diana has been working in seating, positioning and mobility for over 10 years. She is part of the the multidisciplinary outpatient wheelchair clinic at Penn Therapy & Fitness Rittenhouse. In 2013 Diana became a Multiple Sclerosis Certified Specialist. She works closely with the neurology clinic at Penn Medicine. She has a strong student involvement working as an adjunct at University of the Sciences, lecturing at Arcadia University and the Center clinical coordinator of education for multiple sites. In 2014 she attended the competency course for Vestibular Rehab at Emory University in conjunction with the APTA