Feel better. Go farther. Do more.
Beatty Harris Sports Medicine was founded out of a desire to provide high quality, comprehensive, patient-focused care for active individuals of all ages and abilities. As former athletes ourselves, we know how disruptive acute and chronic injuries can be, as well as the activity limitations that nagging aches and pains can cause. We know how important it is to feel better quickly and return to your desired level of activity. As Board Certified Sports Medicine Physicians, we have the specialized training and experience required to deliver the exceptional care that you need.
Caring. Experienced. Thorough
Tricia Beatty, DO, a native of Broomall, Pennsylvania, is a Board Certified Sports Medicine Physician with over 10 years of experience in her field.
She obtained her medical degree at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her Family Medicine training at the Bryn Mawr Hospital and her Sports Medicine training at the Crozer Keystone Health System.
Dr. Beatty has been the team physician for the Philadelphia Union, the University of Delaware, Saint Joseph’s University, The Agnes Irwin School, Radnor High School and Ridley High School. She has also practiced as a US Naval Flight Surgeon, with the VT-28 Rangers, Training Air Wing Four, Corpus Christi, Texas.
She is a former competitive Gymnast and Division 1 NCAA Diver. She currently enjoys long distance running, high intensity interval training and yoga.
She lives in Narberth with her husband and 5 children and their German Shepherd, Lucy.
Personable. Reliable. Conscientious
Allen Harris, DO, a native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania is a Board-Certified Sports Medicine Physician and completed his residency and fellowship at Crozer Keystone Health System.
He earned his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine after obtaining a degree in Kinesiology from Penn State University.
He has been the team physician for the Philadelphia Union, Bethlehem Steel, University of Delaware athletics, Marple Newtown High School and Interboro High School.
Dr. Harris is a former Division I gymnast and National Champion. He also served as team captain of Penn State’s men’s gymnastics team.
He remains highly active lifting weights, biking, hiking and kayaking. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife Lexi and their yellow lab Quigley. Dr. Harris and his wife are expecting their first child in October 2020.
Compassionate. Knowledgeable. Skilled
Vincent Marchese, DO, a native of Magnolia, New Jersey, is a Board-Certified Sports Medicine Physician and completed his residency and fellowship at Crozer Keystone Health System.
He earned his medical degree from the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine after obtaining a degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from Monmouth University.
He has been the team physician for the Philadelphia Union, Philadelphia Union II, University of Delaware athletics, Garnet Valley High School, and Interboro High School.
Dr. Marchese is a former competitive baseball player. He remains highly active in long-distance running, cycling, and golf. He lives in South Jersey with his rescue dog Jackson.
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