Mary Ellen Kramp, DPT, CLT-LANA
Mary Ellen graduated from Springfield College in 1992 with a master’s of science degree in physical therapy and received her doctorate from Boston University in 2005. She is a nationally certified lymphedema therapist and has other training in kinesiotaping, myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, and visceral manipulation. She also works with men’s and women’s health for pelvic issues, and has published an infertility case-series research study in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association and a lymphatic case report in Rehabilitation Oncology. She has also developed a new research study for infertility which is approved through Nova Southeastern University and is currently underway.
Mary Ellen is the president and co-founder of Pelvic Health Research Initiative, Inc., a non-profit developed for the purpose of supporting clinical pelvic research. She has developed and teaches continuing education courses for other physical therapists to help support Pelvic Health Research Initiative.
Matthew Kramp, DO
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Dr. Kramp is a graduate of Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1991 with a degree in sports biology. From there he went to Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri and graduated in 1995. His internship was done at Suncoast Hospital and University General Hospital where he received Intern of the Year. He did a dual residency in Emergency Medicine and Internal Medicine outside of Detroit, where he was appointed chief resident. Since completing his residency, he has worked at several Tampa Bay area hospitals.
In his spare time, Dr. Kramp likes to run and bike, do metalworking and has a passion for sustainable living projects. He has an edible landscape, which he waters with a rainwater collection system. He is also an active member of Seminole’s Community Emergency Response Team. Dr. Kramp is a primary care doctor and your source for concierge medicine at Evolution Medical Associates.