Hershey Physical Therapy

“Before I met the staff at Drayer Physical Therapy, I thought it was time to call it quits on running, but they believed in my ability to return to running more than I did. The process was a lot of work, but they made facilitating my treatment easy. Every staff member acknowledged me by my first name and seemed to genuinely care about my progress as a patient. They didn’t just want to treat my symptoms, but their causes, and displayed an obvious desire to get me back on my feet, helping to motivate and encourage me in my return to running. The evidence of my positive experience at Drayer Physical Therapy came into full effect when I raced my first 5K in three years. I won the race and felt faster, more fluid and pain-free. I would highly recommend the Drayer Hershey Center to any athlete with the right attitude about getting effective physical therapy treatment for their injury.” – Hershey Physical Therapy Patient


Brian Klucinec, MS, PT, ATC, SCS, Center Manager – Brian has been practicing since 1999. He received his athletic training degree from Slippery Rock University and his master’s in physical therapy from the University of Indianapolis. He also completed a Sports Physical Therapy Residency and received his advanced master’s from the University of Pittsburgh. He obtained his Sports Certification Specialist credentials from the American Physical Therapy Association. He currently resides in Palmyra with his wife and four children.

Whitney Finch, PT, DPT – Whitney graduated from Gannon University in Erie, PA in 2013 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree. Following graduation, she worked in an outpatient clinic in Martinsburg, WV before moving to the Hershey area. She has been with Drayer since January 2016 and enjoys treating a variety of orthopedic conditions in addition to a special interest in vestibular rehabilitation.

Tyler Savakinas, PT, CSCS – ​Tyler is a 2018 graduate of The University of Scranton’s Physical Therapy program. He also completed a degree in Exercise Science from Scranton as an undergraduate. Along the way, he became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and worked with Scranton’s athletes in the weight room. Tyler grew up in Shenandoah, PA, and recently moved to Palmyra with his Fiance, Mallory. In his free time he enjoys working out, running obstacle course races, playing guitar, attending concerts with his Fiance and spending time with his dog, Gordie. He is also an avid football and basketball fan and enjoys working with athletes.

Clayton M. Heebner, PT, DPT – Clayton Heebner graduated from Lebanon Valley College in May of 2018 with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He performed both his graduate and undergraduate studies at LVC, while also spending four years as a member of the Men’s Swim Team and working in the college’s athletic training room. Clay is originally from Mercersburg, PA, but now lives locally in Palmyra. He enjoys spending his time hiking and geocaching with his wife as well as swimming and running.