Interim Clinic Director: Nicole Coleman, PTA
Address: 951 W. 21st Street
Norfolk, VA 23517
Phone: (757) 623-0867
Fax: (757) 627-2923
Nicole Coleman, PTA
Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant
Robert Maroon, PT
Owning Managing Member
Robert Maroon is one of the founding members of The Therapy Network. Robert Graduated from The State University of New York at Buffalo in 1986 and came to Virginia Beach. He worked at Ghent Physical Therapy, and within 6 months became an owner of what has become The Therapy Network. Robert’s passion continues to be treating patients, specifically those with Spinal problems of the neck and back. He has been utilizing the McKenzie method of spine evaluation and treatment since 1990. Robert is well known in the Hampton Roads Community for his continued work with difficult spine cases and his high outcomes with those patients. Robert is a guest lecturer at the Eastern Virginia Medical School’s Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department, instructing residents in Physical Evaluation of the Spine. Robert is involved in many Charities, including being a past President of the local chapter of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and holds a current board of directors’ position with the Sugar Plum Bakery in Virginia Beach. Robert has four grown children and enjoys golf and basketball.
Sam Lawrence, PT, DPT
A Virginia native from Roanoke, I earned my Bachelor of Science from Shenandoah University in 2016 and my Doctor of Physical Therapy from Radford University in 2020.
Spending much of my college career in high-level sports playing both basketball and baseball at Shenandoah University, I experienced first-hand what it takes to make the return to that level of competition after an injury. While working through my own injuries and seeing the attentive and personal care my physical therapists provided, I found a new motivation to offer the same level of care in physical therapy. I have focused on sports rehabilitation to utilize my own experiences as an athlete to best identify issues and solutions with my patients.
Additionally, many of the principles utilized in sports therapy can also be applied to other populations, such as geriatric patients, and aid in improving their pain and overall quality of life. I am a Graston Technique® provider (M1) as of 2019 and am eager to expand my skill set to include other instrument-assisted and myofascial techniques to aid in the treatment of both sport and general populations.