Daniel J. Ragone, Jr., M.D., PA
Daniel J Ragone, Jr, M.D., M.S.
Dr. Daniel J. Ragone Jr., is a distinguished physiatrist that has practiced medicine for 35 years, specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. This practice specializes in improving the patient quality of life and restoring function to those individuals whose physical impairments are affected by a nerve, joint, muscle, and ligament injury. He established his private practice in 1992 striving to provide the best comprehensive care, individualizing non-surgical treatment to maximize the patients' functions and independence. As the owner and primary physiatrist in his practice, Dr. Ragone demonstrates excellent professionalism and a great patient rapport. He was named the Top Doctor for his commitment and professional excellency in his field of medicine.
Since 1992, Dr. Ragone is proud to offer therapies which are both cutting edge as well as time-tested to maximize the patient treatment choices. Dr. Ragone brings a valuable set of expertise to his practice. He specializes in Musculoskeletal and Sports Injuries, Electrodiagnostic testing (EMG), Regenerative Medicine (Platelet-rich Plasma), Botox injections for spasticity and Migraine Headache Management, Hyaluronic Acid injections into the knee joints to help with joint preservation, Medical Cannabis for chronic pain management, Trigger Point Injections and dry needling, Medical Acupuncture, Biopuncture (a plant product homeopathic injection), and PENS treatment for chronic pain. His arsenal of therapeutics is unprecedented and has allows him to handle the most complex ranging and challenging cases.
A graduate of St. George’s University School of Medicine, Dr. Ragone completed his internship at the St. Michael Medical Center followed by his Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Ragone completed his medical acupuncture training at the Helms Medical Institute (HMI) in collaboration with the medical offices of UCLA school of medicine. He is Board-certified by the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Ragone utilizes the latest advancements in his field, while maintaining active memberships with the American Academy of Physical Medicine Rehabilitation, the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, the American Medical Association, the American Board of Disability Analysts and the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine.
Dr. Ragone dedicates this honorable recognition to his educators at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, especially William Ergman II, M.D. for invaluable mentoring and training.
Linda Capelli, MS, PA-C,
Linda earned her Master Degree in Physician Assistant Studies from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her Master thesis on “The Effects of CoQ10 on Parkinson’s Disease”. She graduated with honors from Muhlenberg College with a Bachelor Degree in Biology. Linda was the sole surgical physician assistant for two surgical oncologists, one of whom was the National Director of Surgical Oncology and Perioperative Services, at Cancer Treatment Centers of America- Eastern Regional Medical Center in Philadelphia. She has been employed with Dr. Daniel Ragone, Jr. for the past ten years where she performs trigger point injections, knee injections, medical management and history taking and physical exams, etc. She looks forward to expanding her knowledge and skill in other joint injections to better serve her patients and their medical needs
Charles N. Borromeo, MEd, ATC
Chuck has been practicing Athletic Training / Sports Medicine for more than 2 decades, since graduating from Gettysburg College with a Bachelor’s Degree. He trained under orthopedic surgeons at the Temple University Center for Sports Medicine and Science, while completing his graduate assistantship for his Master’s degree from Temple University. Chuck has been the Head Athletic Trainer for multiple high schools in the South Jersey and center city Philadelphia area including Paulsboro, Philadelphia Public League and La Salle College High School, where he assessed, managed and performed the rehabilitation of all varsity sports injuries. He has published literature in the American Journal of Sports Medicine with the article titled “Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Acute Ankle Sprains.” This was a study that gained high media attention and many professional athletes’ interest in hyperbaric oxygen therapy for their sports injuries. Chuck has performed assessment and rehabilitation of countless sports injuries with athletes and weekend warriors in all age groups, he has high interest in ankle, knee and shoulder injuries. He performs orthopedic brace fittings; TENS unit programming and instruction, and develops home exercise rehabilitation programs for Dr. Ragone's patients. Chuck has been working with Dr. Ragone for the last 19 years
Medical Receptionist / Assistant
Dr. Ragone's professional staff is trained to treat myofascial pain from which many musculoskeletal overuse and disuse syndromes arise.