Florida Physical Therapy Association
McKenzie Institute
Evidence In Motion
Oncology Section (American Physical Therapy Association)
Ohio Physical Therapy Network
Rehab +
Southern Physical Rehab Network
World Confederation for Physical Therapy

DPTA Florida Physical Therapy Association McKenzie Institute Evidence In Motion
Medline Multiview NCPTA Oncology Section (American Physical Therapy Association)
Ohio Physical Therapy Network PTAG Rehab +
PT PTPN Southern Physical Rehab Network VPTA
World Confederation for Physical Therapy WPTA

Our Award-Winning eProfessors Include:

Brent Anderson

Brent Anderson PT, Ph.D., OCS

Dr. Anderson is a leading authority in performing arts medicine and Pilates for rehabilitation. He lectures widely at national and international symposia and consults with physical therapy companies and universities throughout the world. He also owns and operates one of the nation’s most comprehensive Pilates conditioning and physical therapy centers.

Jeannette Anderson

Jeannette Anderson PT, DHS, MTC

Clinician and educator, Dr. Anderson teaches at Mercer University in Atlanta, GA and has published and presented nationally and internationally on Ethics, Jurisprudence and Education. She also serves on the Ethics Committee of the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia.

Dale Avers

Dale Avers PT, DPT, Ph.D., FAPTA

Dr. Avers has pioneered the field of Gerontology in Physical Therapy. Acclaimed nationally and internationally as a clinician and educator, she has been widely published and received the 2014 Catherine Worthingham Fellow award. Other notable awards include the Distinguished Educator Award (2007) and the Anna Tracey Memorial Award (1997).

Betsy Campione

Betsy Campione PT, DPT, CLT-LANA

Dr. Campione specializes in oncology rehabilitation and lymphedema management. She is the Program Coordinator for Oncology Rehabilitation at the University of Chicago Medicine, adjunct faculty at Northwestern University, and a member of multiple associations, including the Lymphology Association of North America (LANA) and the Oncology Section of the APTA.

Sandra Eskew Capps

Sandra Eskew Capps PT, DPT, MHEd

Dr. Eskew Capps’ expertise is in geriatric sub-acute rehab and home health care. Active in the Georgia PT community, she has served in the Georgia State Board of Physical Therapy Licensure, including a term as president and as instructor and academic coordinator of clinical education for physical therapist and physical therapist assistant programs.

Christopher Chase

Christopher Chase PT, MSPT, FAAOMPT, Dip. MDT

A graduate of St. Louis University, Dr. Chase is a faculty member for the McKenzie Institute International and is the clinical coordinator for the MDT fellowship program. He has collaborated in the publication of many studies on spinal care and has published numerous articles for the MDT World Press International Newsletter.

Chad Cook

Chad Cook PT, Ph.D., M.B.A., FAAOMPT

Dr. Cook is an internationally acclaimed expert in differential diagnosis. He teaches over 2,000 physical therapists a year on the topic, and his books have sold widely. With over over 70 peer-reviewed publications, he’s also the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2011 Excellence in Research Award and the 2009 Dorothy E. Baethke — Eleanor J. Carlin Award.

James Dagostino

James J. Dagostino PT, DPT

Dr. Dagostino is respected clinician who also specializes in legislation of physical therapy. He has been actively involved with the Physical Therapy Board of California and the California Physical Therapy Association, serving in multiple capacities in roles relating to government affairs. He is a well known lecturer in the academic and professional communities.

Robert Donatelli

Robert A. Donatelli PT, Ph.D., OCS

Dr. Donatelli is an internationally recognized educator and clinician in sports medicine and in orthopedics. He is well-published and has taught at academic institutions across the country and as well as served as physical therapist for the PGA and LPGA tours, the Champions Tour of Tennis among others.

Timothy Flynn

Timothy Flynn PT Ph.D., OCS, FAAOMPT

Dr. Flynn is a frequent research presenter at state, national, and international conferences. An expert in orthopaedics, biomechanics, and manual therapy issues, is widely published and the recipient of the James A. Gould Excellence in Teaching Award, the Steven J. Rose Excellence in Research Award and the AAOMPT’s Outstanding Research Award.

Susan Griffin

Susan Griffin PT, DPT, MS, GCS

Elected Speaker of the House of Delegates for the APTA in 2014, Dr. Griffin is an accomplished clinician and educator who teaches on the subject of professional ethical at state and national levels. She served on the Ethics Committee for the Wisconsin APTA from 2007-2013 and chairs the chapter’s task force on new administrative rules.

Lauren Herbert

Lauren Hebert PT, DPT, OCS

Dr. Hebert is an expert in workplace musculoskeletal disorders and a leading pioneer defining occupational health, having provided MSD prevention programs to over 700 companies nationwide. He has published numerous articles in various journals and has keynoted hundreds of events at state, national and international events.

Ellen Hillegrass

Ellen Hillegass PT, Ed.D., CCS, FAACVPR, FAPTA

A board-certified specialist in cardiovascular and pulmonary care, dr. Hillegass is a Fellow of the American Association of Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). She has published multiple research articles and authored and co-edited several books. Dr. Hillegass received the Catherine Worthingham Fellow award in 2012.

Frank Jobe

Frank W. Jobe, M.D

Dr. Jobe was an internationally-recognized Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine specialist, with over 150 peer reviewed research articles under his name. He is the recipient of numerous awards in research, teaching and contributions to medicine and was lauded as the pioneer of the Tommy John surgery and was a consultant to major league teams including the LA Dodgers and LA Lakers.

Rob Landel


Dr. Landel excels as an orthopedic clinician, educator and scientist. He has received numerous awards, including the USC’S Award for Excellence in Teaching ( 2014), the CPTA’s highest honor -- the Royce P. Noland Award of Merit ( 2012) and the Catherine Worthingham Fellowship, APTA (2012). He is widely published and directs the entry-level DPT Program and Physical Therapy Residency Programs at USC.

McKenzie Institute Faculty

McKenzie Institute Faculty: Richard Rosedale, Kathy Hoyt, and Robert Medcalf

Richard Rosedale, Kathy Hoyt, and Robert Medcalf The mission of the McKenzie Institute is to provide education and to research, diagnose and treat human musculoskeletal system applying the philosophies as devised by pioneer clinician and researcher Robin McKenzie. EDUCATA’S McKenzie course is taught by Kathleen Hoyt, PT, Dip. MDT, Robert Medcalf, PT, Dip. MDT, and Richard Rosedale, BSc, Dip. PT, Dip. MDT

Stefanie Palma

Stefanie Palma PT, DPT, NCS

A Board-certified specialist in neurology, Dr. Palma’s areas of interest include neurological rehabilitation, MFR, professionalism and ethics. She is an associate professor and chairs the Department of Physical Therapy at North Georgia College & State University and as served as President of the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia.

Marisa Perdomo

Marisa Perdomo PT, DPT, CLT-Foldi, CES

Dr. Perdomo‘s work in oncology PT is groundbreaking. Highly involved in leadership with groups such as Cancer Life Line, Team Survivor Northwest and the National Coalition of Breast Cancer, she is both a clinician and educator, teaching clinical PT at USC, where she developed the Outpatient Oncology Rehabilitation faculty practice.

Marilyn Pink

Marilyn M. Pink PT, M.B.A, Ph.D.

Dr. Pink is internationally renowned for her work in sports and orthopedic rehabilitation. With over 100 peer reviewed papers and multiple research awards, her work has been applied to many educational and clinical programs. She is the recipient of 5 research awards in PT and in Orthopaedic Surgery and was the Director of Physical Therapy at the XXVIII Olympic Games.

Mindy Renfro

Mindy Renfro PT, DPT, Ph.D

Dr. Renfro is the current president of Montana’s Gerontology Society. She is an expert that speaks nationally on fall risk assessment and fall prevention for community-dwelling older adults and chairs the Balance and Falls SIG of the Academy of Geriatric PT, a component of the American Physical Therapy Association.

Antoinette Sander

Antoinette P. Sander PT, DPT, MS, CLT-LANA

An Associate Professor Emerita at Northwestern University, Dr. Sanders is a clinician and educator with a focus on orthopedic or lymphatic dysfunction. LANA-certified, she has taught edema management nationally and internationally, is an editor for Rehabilitation Oncology, and a reviewer for Journal of Physical Therapy Education, APTA.

J. David Taylor

J. David Taylor PT, Ph.D., CSCS

Dr. Taylor is renown at state and national levels for his expertise in exercise training for patients with diabetes. A frequent speaker, he is widely published in peer-reviewed papers and textbooks. Dr. Taylor is an associate professor in the Department of PT at the University of Central Arkansas, where he also directs the Diabetes and Exercise Research Lab.

Michael Weinper

Michael Weinper PT, M.P.H., DPT

Dr. Weinper is an expert in clinical practice and management. He is the founder and principal in Progressive Physical Therapy, a private practice group with five locations and founder of PTPN, the first specialty managed care organization with networks in 23 states. He was awarded the Robert G. Dicus prize from the Private Practice Section (APTA), and the Royce Noland Award of Merit (CPTA).

Kimiko Yamada

Kimiko Yamada PT, DPT, OCS, ATC, CSCS

Dr. Yamada is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy in the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy at USC, where she specializes in orthopedic, neurologic, lymphedema, and oncology-related disorders. She has been a presenter at the APTA’s annual Combined Sections Meeting and at the International Head and Neck Symposiums.

Patrick VanBeveren

Patrick VanBeveren PT, DPT, MA, OCS, GCS, CSCS

A board-certified specialist in both Orthopedics and Geriatrics, Dr. VanBeveren specializes in Strength and Conditioning. He is a nationally recognized speaker on function and exercise for older adults and recipient of the Henry O. Kendall and Florence P. Kendall Award for Outstanding Achievement in Clinical Practice (APTA) as well as a past president, New York Physical Therapy Association.

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