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Position: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
BS Physical Education, West Virginia University, Morgantown WV (1983)
MS Exercise Science, West Virginia University, Morgantown WV (1985)
BS Physical Therapy, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PA (1989)
DPT Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy, Duluth MN (2015)
Clinical Experience: Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, Wellness
Professional involvement: American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
Volunteer/Community work as a PT: Special Olympics
Dr Anderson has held multiple leadership roles in health care. She earned a BA in physical therapy from the College of St Scholastica, Duluth, MN; MBA from the University of St Thomas, St Paul, MN; and PhD from Walden University in health services management with a concentration in health policy. She has been the director of rehabilitation for two different hospital systems; corporate consultant for a long term care national organization; director of operations for a multistate territory for a national rehabilitation company; health plan executive for a managed Medicaid health plan; research coordinator for a VA Medical Center; medical writer; researcher; and adjunct faculty member. Dr Anderson has been a licensed physical therapist since 1979 and a geriatric clinical specialist for 20 years. Dr Anderson has published articles, books, and book chapters. Dr Anderson teaches Health Policy in the tDPT program and co-teaches in the Evidenced Based Practice course. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Berry received his DPT and PhD from the University of North Dakota.
Education: BA Health Sciences, College of St. Scholastica, 1993; MA Physical Therapy, College of St. Scholastica, 1995; DPT, Des Moines University, 2007.
Teaching Responsibilities: Professional Integration.
Professional: Dr. Bot is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and an APTA orthopaedic section member. He is an orthopedic certified specialist (OCS) as certified by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties since 2002.
Clinical experience: Out-patient orthopedics, industrial medicine and vestibular rehabilitation.
Dr. Tedder was born in South Africa and obtained a BSc (Physiotherapy) from the University of Cape Town. He immigrated to the United States in 1995, first to the northern part of Michigan. After a year of traveling around the world with his wife in 2000, he obtained an MBA from Michigan State University.
His family moved to Washington State where he worked in outpatient orthopedic setting. During this time, I completed the MTC with University of St Augustine (USA) and completed the Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy fellowship program through USA. His 1:1 mentoring was completed during a 15-month trip back to Cape Town, South Africa.
He started the Doctorate of Health Sciences degree with USA in 2015. Most recently his clinical experience has been in primary care setting for Providence Health Services in Olympia, WA. At Providence he has been providing orthopedic assessment support to the primary care physicians, introducing a direct access to physical therapy program and mentoring colleagues and students. In 2016, he started as adjunct faculty to the Transitional Doctor of physical Therapy Program.
Education: BS Physical Therapy University of Vermont; MS Exercise Science University of Massachusetts; DPT Sacred Heart University.
Certifications: Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, Distance Education Learning from Shenandoah University.
Teaching: Health Policy, Evidence Based Practice
Clinical Experience: A variety of settings including acute care, athletic training, home-care and mostly outpatient care. Managed single and multi-office outpatient practices including a faculty practice for an entry level DPT program over 38 years. My clinical expertise includes prosthetic and amputation rehabilitation and foot management including orthotic fabrication. Teaching focused on topics in health policy, health economics, PT practice management, billing/coding, payment and regulatory issues, business planning, business and practice assessment. Program director for the Orthopedic Residency program where taught Evidence-based practice and ran the residency lab experience on spine, upper extremity and lower extremity rehabilitation.
Scholarship: Published several articles on muscle atrophy, rehab post meniscectomy, cervical spine in the elderly as well as co-authored a chapter on rehabilitation of persons with lower extremity amputations.
Professional Involvement: Held numerous elected offices for the CTAPTA including Delegate, Treasurer, Vice President, President, and Immediate Past-President as well as several committee chair positions. Instrumental in the successful passing direct access legislation in CT and limited co-pays for PT in Connectic Served on the APTA Public Policy and Advocacy Committee from 2013-2016.ut. Currently am the Federal Affairs Liaison and a member of the Public Policy Committee for CTAPTA.
Awards: Joseph Smey Outstanding Member Award CTAPTA 1997, APTA State Legislative Leadership Award 2007, APTA Lucy Blair Service Award 2019.