Daniel B. Neff, DPT
Dr. Neff specializes in the treatment of lower back and neck pain, headaches and sports injuries. Dr. Neff grew up in the southern end of Lancaster County, Pa and started the NeffPT.Com private practice in July 2009, "to serve the people of my community."
The practice has grown quickly and now serves patients and athletes throughout the surrounding states of Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey. Dan has an extensive wrestling and coaching background at the Division 1 level. Dan has coached 12 NCAA All-Americans and an NCAA National Champion as well as wrestling at the Olympic Trials himself.
Dr. Neff is a member of the USA Wrestling Medical Staff, teaches at the Lancaster General Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program and at the Primary Care Sports Medicine clinic. Resident MD's and PA-C's are taught by Dr. Neff on manual manipulation techniques and orthopedic assessment skills in the clinical setting. Dr. Neff has developed a unique set of manual therapy skills and performs hands on treatment to alleviate pain by identifying and correcting the source of the patient's pain. Dr. Neff did his Doctoral work at Lebanon Valley College, MS Degree at George Mason University and his BS undergraduate studies at the University of Delaware.
Timothy J. Greiner, DPT
Timothy J. Greiner completed his Doctorate degree at Lebanon Valley College. Prior to graduating with his Doctorate, Tim chose Neff Physical Therapy for his final clinical affiliation where he studied under Dr. Daniel B. Neff. Tim learned extensive manual therapy techniques and philosophies to treat low back/neck pain, headaches and vertigo. Upon completion of his clinical rotation, Tim decided to make Neff Physical Therapy of Quarryville his permanent location.
Tim grew up in Lampeter Township and attended Lampeter-Strasburg High School, where he captained the football and wrestling teams as well as playing football in college for the Flying Dutchman of Lebanon Valley. Playing sports at the high school and collegiate levels has helped Tim while rehabilitating athletes because he knows first-hand the physical and mental expectations and demands that are required to perform at a high level. Dr. Greiner utilizes his manual skills to assist the general and athletic population in alleviating low back/neck pain, headaches and vertigo.
Adam P. Soltys, DPT
Adam P. Soltys graduated with his Doctorate degree from Lebanon Valley College in 2017. Prior to graduation, Adam spent 16 weeks at Daniel B. Neff Physical Therapy for his final clinical rotation, where he learned under the tutelage of Dr. Greiner and Dr. Neff. Adam has been trained extensively in a spinal mobilization based treatment philosophy, and brings experience working with all patient populations from his various clinical rotations and personal experiences. Adam’s training has led him to become very proficient in the treatment of a host of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular disorders, including low back pain, neck pain, and vertigo/vestibular dysfunction.
Originally from Ephrata PA, Adam graduated from Pine Grove Area High School in Schuylkill county in 2011, where he served as captain of the football team, wrestled, and played basketball. Adam went on to play football at LVC, where he was first exposed to the patient side of physical therapy in rehabilitating an injury of his own. This experience allows Adam the unique perspective of being able to better relate to athletes as well as the general population of patients and share with them what they can expect over the course of their recovery.
William Vollmar, MD
Dr. Vollmar is in private practice in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. His area of concentration is in Primary Care Sports Medicine. As well as covering athletes of all ages, he and his partners support six local high schools and parts of two colleges. He is also responsible for sports medicine education for the Lancaster General Hospital Family and Community Medicine Residency. Dr. Vollmar believes in the full scope of family medicine for athletes and the important overlay of specialized care they often require. He has been in practice for over 25 years and serves the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association not only in event medical coverage but as an advisor to the PIAA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee.
Greg Wright, PA-C
Greg completed his Master's Degree in Health Science at Lock Haven University. Prior to Lock Haven, Greg attended Houghton College in Western New York where he majored in biology and played four years of intercollegiate soccer. Greg has played sports his entire life and has a particular interest in sports medicine and adolescent health. He thoroughly enjoys his responsibilities as the team medical provider at Lampeter-Strasburg High School and providing coverage for the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association District Three and State Championships.
Greg has an active role as the Region Three Representative in the Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants and is also an active member of the American College of Sports Medicine, American Academy of Physician Assistants, and Society of Physician Assistants in Clinical Ultrasound. Greg is certified as a physician assistant by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and has also completed additional training in musculoskeletal ultrasound at Duke University School of Medicine.