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Tony Agostini, LAT, CSCS, CKTI, ACI

​Tony Agostini earned Bachelor of Science degrees in both Education and Athletic Training at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has 32 years of experience as an educator and allied health care professional working with people of all ages and abilities.  He is employed by Aurora Health Care as a Senior Athletic Trainer and specializes in outpatient orthopedics.  He provides patient care at Shorewood High School for student athletes and also provides patient care for the general public at the Aurora Sports Health outpatient clinic in St. Francis, Wisconsin.  Tony incorporates myofascial release, functional rehabilitation exercises, injury prevention, the Kinesio® Taping Method, and other skills in his treatments.

 Tony also is employed by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee as an associate lecturer teaching activity classes.  As a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, he provides valuable insight into the pathological causes of injuries and provides education on how to improve your daily living activities.  Tony earned his Kinesio® Taping Instructor Certification 10/12/2014 and has taught throughout the Mid-West.

Randall Alford, OTR/L, CHT, CKTI,

is a graduate of Texas Woman's University and has been practicing since 1994. He has been a Certified Hand Therapist since 2000. He has been a KinesioTaping instructor since 2003 and has taught KinesioTaping courses nationally.

Randall presently works in a private practice in Baton Rouge, LA as the Director of Therapy Services for the Physical Therapy and Hand Center, where he primarily treats orthopaedic and sports injuries of the upper extremity. He taught Sensory-Motor class in the Fall of 2001 at the LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans and has presented lectures on hand and upper extremity management at LSU Athletic Training Department in Baton Rouge, LA. Randall has developed and taught numerous orthopaedic and splinting classes of the upper extremity.

Classes taught by Randall Alford:

Catherine Brooks, MPH, OTR, CHT

has been practicing as an Occupational Therapist since 1989. With a career started in New York City at Hospital for Special Surgery, Catherine has extensive experience with pediatric orthopedics, developmental pediatrics and, specifically, Cerebral Palsy. Catherine has presented several research projects and taught instructional courses at peer –reviewed meetings including AAOS, AACPDM and ASSH. Catherine completed the 8 week pediatric NDT (Neurodevelopmental Training) course in 1996 and qualified as a CHT in 1998, bringing together her interests in both pediatric and Upper Extremity rehabilitation. Now based in Southern California, Catherine has worked in adults and pediatrics at UCSD, Children’s Hospital of San Diego and Kaiser Permanente.

Classes taught by Catherine Brooks:

Jason Brumitt, PT, PhD, ATC, CSCS

is an assistant professor of physical therapy at George Fox University (Newberg, OR). In addition, he serves as an adjunct online faculty member for the t-DPT and PhD programs at the University of Medical Sciences Arizona (Avondale, AZ). His primary clinical practice is rehabilitation of orthopedic and sports injuries. His primary research interests include sports injury epidemiology, functional testing, and core stabilization training. He is the author of Core Assessment and Training (Human Kinetics) and Physical Therapy Case Files: Orthopaedics (McGraw Hill).

Shrikant J. Chinchalkar OTR, CHT

Shrikant-J-Chinchalkaris a hand therapist with over 40 years of clinical experience in treating upper extremity conditions and over 30 years of teaching experience. He designed and developed Hand Therapy programs at four major teaching centers in Canada. He conducted many instructional courses on upper extremity rehabilitation in over 20 countries in the world and has won many awards for his presentations. He has over 250 presentations to his credit.

He was awarded the “Dr. Paul Brand Award of Excellence” by the American Society of Hand Therapists (ASHT), “Award of Leadership” by the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT), “Award of Excellence” by the Sisters of St. Joseph’s Hospital, “Best Educator” by the  Western University and the “Lifetime Membership Award” by the Canadian Society of Hand Therapists. He authored five book chapters and has published 27 papers and 15 abstracts in numerous peer-reviewed journals related to Upper Extremity Surgery and Therapy.

Classes taught by Shrikant J. Chinchalkar :

Paul Higgins, DPT, ATC, CSCS

is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Hartford. He earned his Master of Physical Therapy from American International College in 1999 and Transitional-DPT from Simmons College in 2006. He began teaching at the University of Hartford as an Adjunct Professor in 2003,was hired full time in 2009, and currently teaches Physical Agents, Anatomy and Orthopedic Pathology. Clinically, he is working in outpatient orthopedics and is co-owner of University Physical Therapy, LLC in West Hartford, CT. His research interests include physical agents and athletic performance.

Classes taught by Paul Higgins:

Scott Hainz, DC, CKTI

Dr. Scott Hainz is a chiropractic physician with over 40 years of healthcare experience.  His first career was as a paramedic fireman in the 1970s & 80s.  As a medic he taught emergency medicine techniques and went on to further his career as a chiropractic physician in 1986.  He has been in private practice since 1986 and currently practices in Creve Coeur Missouri. From 1992 to 2007 he was an Assistant Professor at Logan College where he taught in the regular curriculum and directed multiple outpatient teaching clinics. He holds multiple advanced certifications including but not limited to Neurology, Internal health specialist, Low level laser therapy, and Kinesio taping. He has taught nationally and internationally for the KTA since 2010 from Alaska to London and is currently on the Education Committee for the KTAI.

Jill Peck-Murray, MOT, OTR/L, CHT

 jill-peck-murray is a pediatric hand therapist. She worked as an occupational therapist/hand therapist at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, CA from 1982 through 2017. During these 35 years, she gained expertise with special skills in creative splinting/orthotic intervention and developed the hand therapy program for the hospital.

She is currently devoting her time to sharing her knowledge with the therapy community by teaching continuing education courses. She has been teaching Pediatric oriented CE courses nationwide through Rehab Education, LLC since 2007.

Jill has authored numerous journal articles, chapters on pediatric splinting/orthotic intervention in “Orthotic Intervention for the Hand and Upper Extremity” and “Foundations for Pediatric Occupational Therapy”.  She has also co-authored a book entitled “101 Creative Therapy Ideas.

She has presented at annual conferences for professional organizations  (AOTA, ASHT and OTAC).  She is currently the President of the San Diego Hand Special Interest Group.

Classes taught by Jill Peck-Murray:

Teresa Juodawlkis Pesci, MPT, CKTI

received her Master’s in Physical Therapy from the University of California: San Francisco in 1994. She has worked at Lucile Salter Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford in Palo Alto, California, the William Beaumont Rehab Center in Birmingham, Michigan, the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, the University of Michigan – Visiting Nurses and at the Abilities Center, a branch of the Detroit Institute for Children. She is currently working for Kids in Motion. Her interest areas are the birth to three population, infant massage, yoga for the special child and therapeutic taping. She has practiced in the following settings: inpatient, acute rehab, PICU, outpatient, interdisciplinary clinics (NICU follow-up, Movement Disorders, Spina Bifida, Hemophilia, and JRA), school and home. While most of her career has focused on pediatrics, she has experience in treating everything from birth to geriatrics. Mrs. Pesci has been using a variety of taping practices throughout her career. She is a certified Kinesio Taping instructor through the Kinesio Taping Association.

Classes taught by Teresa Juodawlkis Pesci:

Cindy Servello, MA, OTR

has been a practicing pediatric occupational therapist for the last thirty-five years. Over the last ten years, she has developed a specialty expertise in the treatment of infants and children with obstetric brachial plexus injuries.

In addition to being the primary therapist for The Neonatal Brachial Plexus Center in New Jersey with a group of pediatric neurologists, she serves as the national therapist consultant for the Texas Nerve and Paralysis Institute where her responsibilities include consultation to therapists, parents, and physicians, primary involvement in clinics nationally in coordination with top level surgeons and brachial plexus specialists, and participation in brachial plexus seminars which address state-of-the-art surgical and treatment interventions.

Classes taught by Cindy Servello:

Susan W. Stralka, PT, DPT, MS

is a licensed physical therapist with many years of experience treating both musculoskeletal and neurovascular consequences of injury. She graduated from    University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) and earned a Master’s Degree and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from there. She has a strong clinical background in treating neurogenic and musculoskeletal consequences of injury. Susan has presented nationally and internationally.  

In March 2013 Dr. Stralka lectured in New Delhi, India at the International Federation Society of Hand Therapist (IFSHT) and in September 2013 was the keynote speaker at the Brazilian Society of Hand Therapist in Goiania, Brazil.   In  2013 and  again in 2014, she spent time in Sweden evaluating and treating  post op nerve injuries working a long side of Dr. Birgitta Rosen and  many hand surgeons at the Department of Hand Surgery , Malmo Sweden. Dr. Stralka recently spoke at the 38th annual ASHT meeting held in Denver October 2015. and in October 2016 in Buenos Aires, Argentina at the International Federation Society  for  Hand Therapist and Hand surgeons.  (IFSHT and IFSHS). Susan has written numerous articles and chapters on a wide variety of topics in the upper extremity and pain management.

Dr. Stralka has received numerous honors  throughout her career and recently  in 2012  was the recipient of the  Dorothy B. Kaufmann Lectureship given by Philadelphia Hand Rehabilitation Foundation.

Classes taught by Susan W. Stralka:

Jim Wallis, ATC, MS, CKT

graduated from Washington State University in 1983 and then received his Certified Athletic Trainer designation from NATA. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the school of Community Health and Head Athletic Trainer for Portland State University. He has been working with the Kinesio® Taping Method since first being introduced to the technique in Japan in the fall of 1994. Jim has led instructor workshops in the USA, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, and Australia. He has presented twice at the International Kinesio® Taping Association Symposium in Tokyo, Japan, and was recognized in 2000 for his distinguished service as an Instructor of the Kinesio® Taping Method. In 2003 he co-wrote Clinical and Therapeutic Applications of the Kinesio® Taping Method with Dr. Kenzo Kase and Tsuyoshi Kase. Recently, he began work in Japan on a DVD about combining the Kinesio® Taping Method with traditional athletic taping methods.

Classes taught by Jim Wallis:

Ann Marie Settelmayer-Mazzeo, OTR/L, SWC, CLEC

Ann Marie Settelmayer-Mazzeo, OTR/L, SWC, CLEC has been an occupational therapist for 24 years. She specializes in pediatric feeding and swallowing dysfunction and treatment. She has practiced at Rady Children’s hospital since 2001. She has extensive experience in neonate and infant development. She holds advanced practice certification in Feeding & Swallowing, and is a Certified Lactation Counselor. She is a member of the RCHSD Pediatric Airway & Aerodigestive Team, Dysphagia Team, Feeding Team and heads the NICU Developmental Committee at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego, CA. Currently, she is the feeding expert for the California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative (Length of Separation Collaborative) for 2013-15.

Megan Warr, OTR/L, Neuro-IFRAH Instructor®

received her degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Tennessee in 1992. Megan has worked throughout the continuum of care in Acute/Trauma ICU, Inpatient Rehabilitation, Out Patient, Skilled Care and Home Health. She has specialized in the treatment of adults with stroke and brain injury since 1996 and continues to be mentored by Waleed Al-Oboudi, MOT, OTR, author of the Neuro-IFRAH®. She became a clinical educator with Healthsouth in 1999.

Megan finished the Neuro-IFRAH Instructor® Training Program in August 2004. She was issued her Neuro-IFRAH specialist® certificate in July 2006. Megan is a Neuro-IFRAH Instructor® for introductory and intermediate courses as well as introductory course for nurses, the 98 contact hour certification course and the Advanced Upper Extremity Course. She currently works at Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital per diem and treats private patients.

Classes taught by Megan Warr:

Marc Allen, OTR/L, CHT

has been in practice as an Occupational Therapist since graduating from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1982. He received his Certification in Hand Therapy. in 1993. Throughout his career, upper extremity rehabilitation has always been an area of practice and passion. Marc serves on the advisory board for the Southwest Missouri Regional Arthritis Center. He has also served in the past on A.S.H.T. sub-committees to develop clinical guidelines. Marc has taught several hand therapy related courses since 1990, two of which were co-developed and taught with two hand surgeons that he works closely with. Marc enjoys teaching hand therapy related courses, making the learning experience both exciting and practical.

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Gordon Browne, PT, GCFP

is a Physical Therapist with 32 years of clinical experience in outpatient orthopedics and manual therapy. With a lifelong passion for movement, he was dissatisfied with the lack of clinically oriented movement training received either in school or through continuing education. This led to his exhaustive personal exploration of and clinical experimentation with various integrated movement systems; the Feldenkrais Method (completed 4-year training in 1994), Yoga and Tai Chi (10 & 15 year practices respectively). Mr. Browne has simplified and medically articulated modifications of the most beneficial movements derived from these systems and has been teaching continuing education courses based on these principles for 15 years. He has authored two books; “A Manual Therapist’s Guide to Movement” (Elsevier 2006) and “Outsmarting Low Back Pain” (Movement Matters 2005).

Mark W. Butler, PT, DPT, OCS, Cert. MDT

is a board certified Orthopaedic clinical specialist and Mckenzie certified specialist for mechanical diagnosis and treatment of the spine. He started his own practice eighteen months after graduating from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science (now the University of Science in Philadelphia), which he sold to NovaCare in 1997.

He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at UMDNJ, guest lecturer at Stockton College in New Jersey, and Medical College of Virginia where he lectures on Advanced Orthopedics, Neural Mobilization, Radiology, and Evaluation and Treatment of TMJ Disorders. Mark is also a continuing education speaker on Evaluation and Treatment of Brachial Plexopathies, Neural Mobilization, the lumbar spine, and the shoulder. He was honored in 2006 with the James Tucker Excellence in Clinical Practice and Teaching Award by the APTAnj. He presented at the national conference in Hollywood of the American Society of Hand Therapists on Evaluation and Treatment of the Brachial Plexopathy Patient. His lecture series was selected as the featured topic on CD ROM to be available to the ASHT membership.

Mark is a frequent presenter at conferences, including the APTAnj annual conference, the InNovations and Sports Medicine conferences at the Philadelphia Eagles Complex, and the Cincinnati Fracture conference. He authored the shoulder chapter in the textbook Fundamentals of Hand Therapy: Clinical Reasoning and Treatment Guidelines for Common Diagnoses of the Upper Extremity, which was published in 2014. Mark continues to manage the NovaCare Medford outpatient clinic, where the majority of his caseload is brachial plexopathy, shoulder, and spine patients.

Classes taught by Mark W. Butler:

Debbie Fisher, MS, OTR, CHT

graduated from Washington University and has specialized in hands for the past 16 years.   In addition to being an OT / CHT, she has advanced training in ergonomics, handwriting, yoga, LSVT, dry needling, & magic (from her husband who is a world renowned magician).  Debbie has been published for her and her husband’s work with Magic Therapy and has been invited to lecture for the International Society of Hand Therapist, Project Magic, Texas Society of Hand Therapist, Alaska Occupational Therapy Association, Montana Occupational Therapy Association, and Texas Occupational Therapy Association, American Society of Hand Therapist as well as several companies and schools. Debbie currently lectures around the country on innovative treatments for the upper extremity, Saebo, and custom splinting.

Amiram Griver, PT, DPT, CKTI

Dr. Ami Griver is a practicing Physical Therapist in Tucson AZ since 2002. He has treated clients in a variety of settings including outpatient ortho and neuro, and inpatients from acute hospital stays through the rehabilitation settings.

He earned his baccalaureate degree from the University of Arizona in Tucson and his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University. He is a clinical instructor for physical therapy students, is the lead physical therapist for the only ALS clinic in Southern Arizona, and lectures in the community as part of Brain Matters In Neurology Lecture Series. He is a Certified Kinesio Taping® Instructor.

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Andreas Mueller, PT, CFMT

is a licensed physical therapist and Certified Functional Manual Therapist specializing in orthopedic manual therapy.  His expertise is in the treatment of complex chronic pain patients. His treatment focus is on the specific utilization of joint and soft tissue mobilization, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), differential diagnosis and exercise prescription.

Andreas has instructed continuing education courses nationally and locally since 2003. His courses include Therapeutic Exercise Prescription, Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder, Cervical Differential Diagnosis, Soft Tissue Mobilizations, Manual Therapy of the Upper Quarter, Orthopedic Surgical Update of the Shoulder and Knee and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization.

In addition to his continuing education instruction he frequently guest lectures as Texas State University’s School of Physical Therapy, has developed and leads a local mentorship program, serves as the Clinical Coordinator of Continuing Education (CCCE) and has been a clinical instructor since 2002. In 2007 he received the Texas Consortium Dorn Clinical Instructor Award for his excellence in clinical education.

Andreas continues to be the lead therapist and center manager at a Select Physical Therapy clinic in Austin, TX. His case load includes patients from all ages between adolescence to senior dealing with orthopedic and higher level neurological conditions.

Classes taught by Andreas Mueller:

Mary Linder, OTR/L, Neuro-IFRAH Instructor®

Mary Linder, OTR/L, Neuro-IFRAH Instructor®received her degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Tennessee in 1994. Mary works in inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient. She has served as team lead and Director of Clinical Services over inpatient and outpatient PT, OT and ST. She has specialized in the treatment of adults with stroke and brain injury since 1999 and continues to be mentored by Waleed Al-Oboudi, MOT, OTR, author of the Neuro-IFRAH®. She became a clinical educator with Healthsouth in 2001.

Mary finished the Neuro-IFRAH Instructor® Training Program in August 2004. She was issued her Neuro-IFRAH specialist® certificate in July 2006. Mary is an instructor for introductory and intermediate courses as well as introductory course for nurses, the 98 contact hour certification course and the Advanced Upper Extremity Course. She currently works at HEALTHSOUTH Rehabilitation Hospital per diem and treats private patients.

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Mary Nordlie, MS, OTR/L, CHT

Mary Nordlie, MS, OTR/L, CHThas been an OT for 40+ years and a CHT since 1992. Her hand and splinting experiences have included working at Level One Trauma Hospitals, private Hand Surgeon clinics, independent Hand Therapy clinics and currently at a large medical center as a Hand Therapist.

Her teaching experiences include international lectures /workshops in Egypt and Saudi Arabia, teaching at local colleges, various professional societies including the American Association for Hand Surgery (AAHS) and mentoring countless OT students.

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Maxwell Perkins MS, OTR/L

Maxwell Perkins MS, OTR/L earned his BS in occupational therapy 1984 from the Medical College of Georgia.  He obtained an MS in Health Care Policy and Administration from Mercer University in 1994 and has worked in a variety of clinical settings (acute/inpatient and outpatient, SNF). 

Max has extensive experience with interdisciplinary clinical management focusing on a geriatric population.  He co-authored the article:  Interdisciplinary Team Approach in the Rehabilitation of Hip/Knee Arthroplasties which was published in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 

His most recent clinical positions have been serving as the Rehab Education Director for two large health care organizations, where he completed extensive training on this subject.  In addition, Max has presented workshops at both the local, regional and state level.  Max currently is a consultant and also a guest lecturer in occupational therapy at Pacific University in Forrest Grove Oregon and in physical therapy at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma Washington.

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Carol Recor, OTR/L, CHT

received her Occupational Therapy Degree from Colorado State University, and received her Certification in Hand Therapy in 1991.  Carol has extensive experience in custom orthosis fabrication.  She first developed her skills while working in a Level I trauma center and burn unit.  Since that time, she has worked at several outpatient hand clinics, and is currently a Clinical Specialist for the University of Washington Medical Center.   She lectures locally, nationally, and internationally, including lectures at ASSH and AAHS annual meetings.  She is co-author of the Hand Therapy chapter in “Principles of Hand Surgery and Therapy”.  Her areas of interest include complex hand and upper extremity trauma, wound care, and education of therapists, Hand Fellows, Residents and Surgeons.

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Sara Shapiro, MPH, PT

was a faculty member at UCSF/SFSU Graduate Program in PT in San Francisco, from 1983 until 2009. In 2012 she joined the faculty of the Graduate Program in PT at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA. as an Assistant Clinical Professor. She recently retired from full time teaching to pursue her passion for further research in the area of physical agents, and teaching therapists in active practice to incorporate the agents into their practice for enhanced patient outcomes.

Sara is a graduate of SUNY at Buffalo, and holds an MPH from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where she also completed a post-graduate fellowship in pediatrics. She has been in practice for more than 45 years, with certification in NDT, Brazelton, and the Baby course.

Sara has worked in teaching modalities in Long Term Care, to assist therapists in better utilizing modalities to facilitate improved outcomes, and in Pediatrics to enhance physical function. She continues to be a frequent speaker at conferences, mentor new therapists, and teach and maintain a small caseload of patients, integrating her knowledge of electrical stimulation and ultrasound for wound care, pain management, women’s & pediatric diagnoses, and rehabilitation of facial paralysis. Sara is the author of the Electrical Currents chapters in Physical Agents in Rehabilitation, 5rd Edition (to be published this year), M Cameron, ed. She recently co-authored an article titled Healing wounds under Mechanical Stress: A Case Example.

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Alison Taylor, OTR/L, CHT, CKTI

graduated as an Occupational Therapist in 1990, from Sydney University, Australia. She has worked in and out of the United States for over 29 years and obtained her CHT in 2001. Since that time Alison has presented at 6 ASHT Conferences, multiple state ASHT and OT conferences, and special interest group meetings in GA, IL, NH, SC, TX and LA.

She became a KinesioTaping Instructor in 2011 and actively lectures throughout the USA on UE and LE taping.  Alison presented at the International KinesioTaping symposium in Hawaii in 2017 on “Tennis Elbow”, and was published in the Kinesio “Advanced Healing Magazine”

Alison is a guest lecturer for the OT programs at Texas Women’s University (Denton) and LSU (Shreveport). She lectures nationally on Hand Therapy and is developing protocols for tennis elbow and radial nerve impairment. Her specialties include hands, UE sports orthopedics and tendonitis.  Her background also includes neurology, geriatrics, spinal cord and acute care.

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Christine Scarano Ward PT, DPT, CKTI

Christine Scarano Ward PT, DPT, CKTIis a Doctor of Physical Therapy currently practicing in Freehold, New Jersey. She earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in Exercise Science and Sport Studies from Rutgers University in 1994, a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 2002, and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from UMDNJ in 2004. She is currently licensed to practice in New Jersey, California, and Hawaii.

Dr. Scarano Ward has practiced in various physical therapy settings including acute-rehabilitation; hospital in-patient and out-patient therapy; and home-care environments. The majority of her practice, however, has been in out-patient orthopedics, where she integrates neuromuscular rehabilitation and manual therapies with exercise prescription to optimize patient care.  Dr. Scarano Ward is certified as a Level One Sports Performance Coach for the USA Weightlifting Association, and in 2017 became a Certified Kinesio Taping instructor. She has found all these components invaluable in optimizing performance not only for athletes, but for each client she works with in the clinic.

In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Scarano Ward has organized and worked in the Recovery Tent for the New Jersey Marathon 2012-2015.  She participated in the Transplant Games in Cleveland, Ohio in 2016, and continues to be active in marathon, triathlon, and competitive events as a participant, coach, and clinician.

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Andrea Wolkenberg, PT, DPT, MA, CKTI, MCMT

Andrea Wolkenberg, PT, DPT, MA, CKTI, MCMT has been a practicing physical therapist for 35 years. She graduated in 1979 from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Allied Medical Professions with a Bachelor’s degree in physical therapy. She holds a Master’s degree in Medical Anthropology from the New School for Social Research in New York City. In 2001, Andrea became a Certified Kinesio Taping Instructor, and in 2012 she received her Mastery Certification in Manual Therapy from Hands On Seminars. Andrea has spent most of her career working in out-patient orthopedics and sub-acute and long term care. Her clinical expertise is in pain management and manual therapy, having taken numerous continuing education courses with James Cyriax, Laurence Jones, John Mennell, Shirley Sahrmann, Stanley Paris, John Barnes, and many others.

From 2004 to 2013, Andrea was the Director of Physical Therapy at Spine Options in White Plains, NY, specializing in the conservative treatment of back and neck pain. She is currently the President of SPINE SOLVERS INC., her own concierge physical therapy company which provides at home physical therapy services to individuals, injury prevention and workplace safety consultation to businesses, and expert witness services for legal cases involving physical therapists.

Classes taught by Andrea Wolkenberg: