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Ron Herbst Named Director Of Growth And Development/Area Manager At Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy

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Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy (CBAY) recently announced that Ron Herbst has been promoted to director of growth and development for CBAY’s five locations in Maryland. Herbst will also act as area manager.

Herbst graduated in 1996 from the University of Maryland at Baltimore with a master’s degree in physical therapy after studying kinesiology at the University of Maryland, College Park. In 2000, he earned his manual therapy certification from the University of St. Augustine.

Herbst has more than 20 years of experience in outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. Specializing in sports medicine and manual therapy for the spine, Herbst has treated members of the Baltimore Orioles, the Ladies Professional Golf Association and Champions golf tours, the Columbus Pride soccer team, Towson State baseball and lacrosse teams, and many other local high school and college athletes. With a special passion for golf, Herbst has developed and run golf enhancement programs, and given multiple lectures on the topic of golf fitness. You may have heard Herbst as the fitness expert on ESPN Radio’s “The Double Bogey Blues,” WBAL 1090, or WNST 1570. He has also made guest appearances on WBAL and FOX-45 local news. Herbst comes to CBAY from Johns Hopkins’ main campus, where he acted as director for all outpatient services. Herbst will treat patients in selected CBAY clinics and train all therapists with the hands-on approach he has developed over his career.

Since 2001, CBAY has been recognized as a leading rehabilitation facility that practices land- and water-based therapies for professional and recreational athletes, and individuals who have suffered injuries at work or in accidents. The clinics use state-of-the-art exercise equipment, as well as distinctive land and water therapies. CBAY is managed by Danielle Goldstein, director of operations. The Severna Park location is at 551 Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard and can be reached at 410-315-9080. For more information, visit or find “Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy” on Facebook.

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