Monica Krogmann, PT, MA, DPT holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Arcadia University (2014), a Master of Arts degree in Physical Education from the University of Central Florida (2000), and a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Florida (1993). Her clinical practice of nearly 25 years has been primarily with the pediatric population, ranging from acute care management to return to sport rehabilitation. Her special interests include torticollis, burn care, spasticity management and traumatic brain injury. She is an APTA Advanced Credentialed Clinical Instructor and has served as Clinical Coordinator for Clinical Education for DPT students in the pediatric hospital setting. She has presented at conferences and in DPT programs on a variety of pediatric topics. Dr. Krogmann was primary faculty as Academic Coordinator for Clinical Education and Assistant Professor in a Physical Therapist Assistant program before joining South College as an Assistant Professor. She teaches in the areas of pediatrics, acute care management, and neuromuscular practice.