Dr. Ciuba is the owner of H/S Therapy Associates and graduated from Temple University with a Masters degree in Physical Therapy in 1992. Dr. Ciuba earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Temple University in December 2004.
Dr. Ciuba is a Certified Osteoporosis Exercise Specialist using the Meeks Method which was designed by Physical Therapist Sara Meeks to combat the effects of Osteoporosis without taking medication. The program focuses on changing the actual curvature of the spine – something that medications cannot do. Site specific exercise is utilized along with posture and balance training. Dr. Ciuba teaches patients proper bending mechanics for the ultimate goal of reducing the risk of a compression fracture.
Dr. Ciuba is a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Golf Medical Professional. He is able to apply this knowledge in the performance of biomechanical evaluations of golfers, as well as instruction in an appropriate exercise program to improve your game. Dr. Ciuba works with local golf professionals in the area and has trained many of them. In addition, Dr. Ciuba is a 3rd degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and has incorporated his martial arts training into treatments.
Dr. Ciuba provides continuing education courses on osteoporosis and bone health in person and virtually with Herman and Wallace continuing Education company based out of Seattle, Washington. Dr. Ciuba has recently started a continuing education company called Bone Strong Seminars to offer educational opportunities for health care providers interested in learning how to safely manage patients prone to fracture.
Dr. Ciuba is currently a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), and Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association (PPTA). Dr. Ciuba routinely speaks in the community regarding physical therapy intervention for the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries. Dr. Ciuba has volunteered his time to coach baseball and basketball locally and currently resides in Harleysville, PA, with his wife Suzanne, their two daughters and son.