Sonny Banks and co-host Joe Dougherty are joined by Dr. Marc Cohen of Oxford Rehabilitation Center and Attorney Steven Wolfe of Wolfe Law Offices.
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Dr. Marc Cohen is the leading chiropractor at Oxford Rehabilitation Center.
Oxford Rehabilitation Center‘s Mission Statement
Our mission at Oxford Rehabilitation Center is simply to serve you. We provide excellent comprehensive approach to your condition by using physical therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, water therapy, manual therapy, active and passive modalities to help our patients reach and exceed their health goals. We also work closely with your orthopedic surgeon, neurosurgeon, pain specialist, family medical doctor, neurologist, psychologist, and obstetrician; we assess the patient as a whole. We want to address the main concern but also lead you into a lifestyle of being pain free. We do all of this by offering an evidence-based approach to physical therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, land based active exercises, cupping, manual therapy, kinesiotaping, core stabilization and Wii therapy, also a variety of other services to help achieve your health goals. We offer home therapy exercise and home therapy remedies to help expedite your healing.
Whether sports injury, motor vehicle accident, work-related injury, overuse injury, weekend warrior injury, arthritis or chronic pain, our team of specialists are ready to assist you.
At Oxford Rehab, our team involves multiple disciplines to offer you the fastest response to your condition. Our approach is to determine the best single or combination of disciplines to facilitate a rapid recovery and ensure you have the best outcome. For more information, call (215) 725-2000.
Steven Wolfe was born, raised, and educated in Philly, and has lived and worked in the Philadelphia area for his entire life. The son of a laborer and a mom who gave up a career to raise her children, he attended Lincoln High School in Philadelphia where he graduated with honors. He was the first person in his family to attend college, and after graduating with honors and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, he received his law degree from Temple in 1979.
Steve started to earn his own way in the world at age 14 with a job washing dishes in a restaurant; followed by stints as a busboy in junior high; and as a supermarket clerk and cashier from 11th grade through graduation from law school. While in law school as a full-time student he worked 3 part-time jobs to support himself and pay for his education – in the supermarket, and as a clerk at 2 law firms. He married in 1979, and in 1980 started his own law practice. In 1996 Steve and his wife adopted a baby girl from an orphanage in China.
His desire to help people in need, a passion for courtroom drama, and natural theatrical talent, all merged to provide the foundation for pursuing a career as a trial attorney when, as a teenager, Steve first saw the classic movie To Kill a Mockingbird. He honed his skills in drama and musical theater, and in 1972 won the best supporting actor award in a statewide drama competition at the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope. That year, as a high school senior, he was recruited for a production at Holy Family College in Philadelphia, and starring roles in dinner theater musicals followed.
Dedication and hard work have been the cornerstones of Steve’s life. While he has enjoyed considerable success as an attorney, he has never forgotten where he came from, and applies his core values of diligence, honesty, integrity, understanding, compassion, and patience to each client, and to every case.
Halmon L. “Sonny” Banks, III, Esq., is the founder of Banks Law. Mr. Banks has practiced exclusively in the area of Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation since 1985, and is a Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist as certified by the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Section on Workers’ Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. He is a member of the Pennsylvania State Bar as well as the Third Circuit Court of Appeals of the Federal Bar. Mr. Banks is a member of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Philadelphia Bar Association. He is also the past Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. He is also on the Program Planning Committee of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. He assists in putting together and presenting programs for the Workers’ Compensation Fall Section Meetings. These seminars are attended by attorneys throughout the state of Pennsylvania who practice in the area of Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation. In 2008, Mr. Banks was awarded the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Section’s Martha J. Hampton Award. That award is presented to the workers’ compensation attorney or judge who best exemplifies a commitment to the profession while maintaining a unique and close relationship with members of the bar and bench, as well as exemplary compassion, dedication and professionalism. Mr. Banks was recently named the Best Lawyers 2014 Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation Law-Claimant’s “Lawyer of the Year.” He is also a member of the Board of Governors of Pennsylvania Association for Justice.
He remains active in both the State and Local Bar Associations in their Workers’ Compensation Sections. Mr. Banks regularly attends continuing legal education seminars on workers’ compensation. He continues to practice on a regular basis before Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Judges and the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board.
Mr. Banks resides in Philadelphia with his wife, Kim, and his three boys, Jake, Griffin, and Mason.