Joy Boro, M.D. completed her undergraduate studies at Ampleforth College in Yorkshire, England in 2006. She then returned to the Sudan where she received a Medical Degree from the University of Medical Science and Technology, Khartoum (2012). She completed her United States Medical Licensing Exams in 2017 and was awarded the Educational Certificate for Foreign Medical Graduates. Joy has completed clinical rotations in multiple specialties in England, France, Africa, Canada and the United States. As a student intern, she completed General Internal Medicine rotations, Infectious Disease, Cardiology/CCU, and Cardio-Thoracic Surgery/SICU rotations at Saint Bartholomew’s and the London Hospital, London, United Kingdom in 2009 before completing Emergency and Community Medicine and Obstetrics and Gynecology rotations in Juba Teaching Hospital in South Sudan in 2010. During her time in Africa, Joy helped to establish vaccination clinics in the rural districts surrounding Medani, Sudan and Juba, South Sudan. Joy also completed Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Family Medicine externships at Yuma Regional Medical Center and Yuma Free Clinic in Arizona (2014) before completing medical rotations in Detroit Medical Center, Michigan (2015) and the University of Indiana (2016) and Family Medicine at the Crescent Family Practice in Dearborn, Michigan (2017). Joy maintained a position as an Adjunct Instructor during this time; she has five years of professional instruction in Anatomy and Physiology. Her teaching experience includes undergraduate instruction at South College, Knoxville, TN (2014 – 2015) and Roane State Community College, Harriman TN (2015 – 2018). She also taught small group Anatomy at Meharry Medical School and Vanderbilt University, Nashville TN (2016) while completing a Research year at their Translation Research Departments. Her laboratory work stems from breast cancer research to infectious disease projects which aimed to investigate racial disparities in healthcare. Joy has recently rejoined South College, Knoxville as Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Neuroscience and Pathophysiology. She will have shared duties in both the DPT and PA programs.
Guillermo “Bill” Cutrone, PT, DSc, OCS, Cert.MDT, FAAOMPT graduated with a physical therapy degree from University of Buenos Aires, Argentina (1994). He completed his Doctor of Science in Orthopedic Physical Therapy at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Provo, UT (2006), and his fellowship with Evidence in Motion (2010), which engaged him in his career path toward clinical research and mentoring physical therapists seeking specialization in orthopedic manual physical therapy. Dr. Cutrone has shared his passion with English and Spanish speaking colleagues by actively participating in research meetings as presenter in the USA and abroad. He has advocated for international Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy education by actively collaborating with the AAOMPT, and the IFOMPT Americas Regional Group. Dr. Cutrone’s research is in the area of physical therapy treatment of spine pain. He received the John Medeiros Distinguished Author Award for the most impactful article published in JMMT (2010), and the Anthony D. Certo Award by the Indiana Chapter of the APTA for his professional achievements (2014). Dr. Cutrone serves as Assistant Professor and Director of Student Affairs for the South College DPT Program.
Kareaion Eaton, PT, DPT, CWS holds a DPT degree (transitional doctorate) from Alabama State University (2010), a MS in Physical Therapy from the University of Mobile (1999), and a BS degree from Auburn University (1997). She is a Certified Wound Specialist through the American Board of Wound Management. Dr. Eaton’s prior academic experience includes an appointment as Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education at the University of South Alabama. She has practiced in a variety of healthcare settings including outpatient, home health, acute care, skilled nursing, inpatient rehabilitation and pediatrics. She was dedicated to developing clinical education programs during her prior clinical experiences as the Site Coordinator for Clinical Education. Dr. Eaton also served as the Southeast Regional Membership Representative for the APTA Section on Women’s Health from 2015-2019. She has presented at national and international conferences and her current clinical interests include wound management and pelvic health. Her research interests include clinical education and pelvic health rehabilitation. Dr. Eaton serves as Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education.
Timothy Flynn, PT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT, FAPTA is board certified in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (OCS), a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT), a Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association (FAPTA), and a frequent presenter at state, national, and international meetings. Dr. Flynn is widely published including 5 textbooks, 6 book chapters, over 85 peer-reviewed manuscripts on orthopaedics, biomechanics, and manual therapy issues. Awards include the James A. Gould Excellence in Teaching Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, Richard W. Bowling – Richard E. Erhard Orthopaedic Clinical Practice Award, the Steven J. Rose Excellence in Research (twice), the AAOMPT Outstanding Research Award (twice), and the Distinguished Alumnus- Marquette University Program in Physical Therapy. Dr. Flynn is a past President of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists and an Editor for the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT). Dr. Flynn is a principal in Evidence in Motion (EIM) an educational company dedicated to elevating the physical therapy profession. He is an owner and maintains an active clinical practice focusing on chronic pain disorders at Colorado in Motion (www.ColoradoInMotion.com). Dr. Flynn is a Professor in the School of Physical Therapy where he teaches in the area of musculoskeletal management, chronic pain, and evidence based practice.
Craig Fox, PT, DPT, NCS, CSCS earned his DPT degree from the University of Michigan-Flint in 2007 and is board certified in Neurologic Physical Therapy (NCS). Dr. Fox is an experienced clinical educator for DPT students and Post-professional residents, serving as a clinical instructor since 2007 and a clinical mentor for the UF Health Neurologic Residency Program since 2011. He has been a guest lecturer for the University of Florida DPT programs on topics related to neuromuscular physical therapy practice. Additionally, Dr. Fox serves as Adjunct Faculty for the NeuroRecovery Training Institute. Dr. Fox has worked in numerous neurologic physical therapy practice settings, with a specialty in spinal cord injury, stroke, amputees, and gait analysis. Dr. Fox’s clinical research involves adaptation strategies for individuals with neurologic dysfunction, where he is currently working to obtain his PhD in Applied Neuromechanics from the University of Florida. Dr. Fox serves as Assistant Professor.
Roberta “Bertie” Gatlin, PT, DSc, PCS graduated from University of Memphis in 1986 with a BS in Special Education and from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center Department of Physical Therapy in 1989 with a BS in Physical Therapy. She completed her Doctorate of Science with an emphasis in Neurological and Pediatric Physical Therapy in 2013. She received her Board Certified Pediatric Clinical Specialty in 2001 and recertification in 2011. Her experience draws from over 30 years in the field of pediatric physical therapy. Bertie’s experience encompasses physical therapy within the NICU, developmental follow-up clinic and outpatient pediatrics servicing all populations. Her research has focuses on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, wound care practices for the premature infant in a NICU setting and interprofessional experiences for entry level physical and occupational therapy students within simulated neonatal intensive care settings. Bertie currently holds the Secretary position for the Tennessee Physical Therapy Association Executive Committee, Finance Committee member and Neonatology Special Interest Group’s Vice-Chair position for the Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy of the American Physical Therapy Association. Dr. Gatlin serves as an Associate Professor in the School of Physical Therapy.
Lindsey Hughey, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT graduated from University of the Sciences in Philadelphia with her bachelor’s in health science and doctorate in physical therapy (2010). Since graduation, she has worked with orthopedic populations in both the outpatient and inpatient settings. Dr. Hughey is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist (OCS) and Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT). She received her fellowship training through Evidence in Motion (2016). She has a passion for clinical excellence and evidenced based practice and loves to share this passion through teaching DPT students and mentoring fellows in training. She is a member of the APTA and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT). Dr. Hughey currently practices part-time in her out of network private practice, called drive PT where she treats mainly CrossFit athletes and chronic pain. Dr. Hughey’s research interests include the effects of therapeutic alliance and therapeutic exercise dosage on patient outcomes. Dr. Hughey serves as Assistant Professor in the School of Physical Therapy where she teaches in the area of musculoskeletal management, integrative pain science, and mindful patient practice.
Mike Jones, PT, DPT, MHS, OCS, MTC holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (2013) from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions, a Master of Health Science in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (2011) from the University of Indianapolis, and a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (2000) from Indiana University. He is a Board Certified Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties as well as being Manual Therapy Certified through the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. An experienced clinician with broad exposure to working with a variety of patient populations, Dr. Jones’ primary clinical interests lie in the management of patients with lower quarter musculoskeletal disorders. His research interests include investigation into the use of mobile device technologies in movement analysis within the clinical environment. Stemming from his administrative and teaching roles in the South College DPT program, he is also interested in inquiry into cognitive and non-cognitive factors as predictors of success in entry-level DPT education as well as the utility of multiple modes of instruction in anatomy for physical therapy students. He has taught in entry-level physical therapy education programs, post-professional orthopaedic residency programs, and continuing education courses for physical therapists. Dr. Jones serves as an Assistant Professor and the Director of Admissions for the South College DPT Program.
Caitlin Kothe, PT, DPT, MS, CSCS, received a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Washington University in St Louis. Her education at the university’s Program in Physical Therapy was based on the Movement System Impairment method, which focuses on exercise and postural training to change faulty movement patterns during daily activities to improve function and assist in pain management. Caitlin completed her undergraduate education at Miami University in Ohio, where she was a member of the Varsity Synchronized Skating and Collegiate Figure Skating teams. She then received an M.S. in Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University, specializing in neuromuscular control patterns of the ankle. She is a guest lecturer for the DPT program at Washington University in St. Louis on topics related to pain neuroscience and performing arts physical therapy. Caitlin is active in outpatient practice and has a dual emphasis on both chronic pain management throughout the lifespan and performing artists with acute and chronic injuries. Originally from Santa Rosa, California, she moved to the Knoxville area last year with her husband and two children in tow, and she now serves as an Instructor for the School of Physical Therapy at South College.
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.
Angela Felker MacCabe, PT, DPT, PhD graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from UHS/The Chicago Medical School (1987). She completed her Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy (2014) and Doctor of Philosophy in Health Science (2018) from the University of South Dakota. Dr. MacCabe is a certified as an Advance Clinical Instructor of Physical Therapy and has been a clinical instructor since 1990. She has been a professor teaching within entry level physical therapy education since 2014 and is certified in the hybrid learning teaching and learning model (2018). Dr. MacCabe has three peer reviewed manuscripts and 14 national peer reviewed presentations. Dr. MacCabe has 32 years of clinical expertise as a physical therapist in a wide variety of clinical settings working with complex diagnoses including orthopedic, neurological, and cardiopulmonary. She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association including specialty sections: education, acute care, health policy and administration, and neurology. Her research focus involves the scholarship of teaching and learning as well as interprofessional education; she has been awarded five research grants. Dr. MacCabe serves as Assistant Professor and Director of Curriculum in the South College DPT program.
Stephen McDavitt PT, DPT, MS, FAAOMPT, FAPTA received a B.S. and M.S. degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University and his Doctorate in PT from the MGH Institute of Health Professions. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) and a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). For over 40 years Dr. McDavitt has been practicing in outpatient orthopaedics. He has held PT faculty positions at Boston University, University of New England, and the University of St. Augustine. Steve is an Assistant Professor at South College, School of Physical Therapy in Knoxville, Tennessee, and an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at Mercer University, College of Health Professions in Atlanta, Georgia. In professional service, Dr. McDavitt is a member of APTA’s Scientific and Practice Affairs Advisory Committee, APTA Manual Therapy Workgroup and is the President of the AAOMPT Board of Trustees of the AAOMPT Foundation for Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy. He served APTA for 2 terms as President of the Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy and two terms as a Director on the APTA Board of Directors. Nationally, he is also recognized for his stewardship as AAOMPT Chair of the Practice Affairs Committee and as its Vice President. Dr. McDavitt’s earlier APTA positions have included being Chair of the APTA Manipulation Task Force and Chair of the Orthopedic Section Practice Committee. For more than 30 years, he has been involved with physical therapist practice outreach initiatives across advocacy, scope of practice, standards, education, regulation and payment in almost every state.
Carrie Minahan, PT, DPT, MS, NCS holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy from The Sage Colleges (2010), a Masters of Science in Neurological Physical Therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital Institution of Health Professions (1998) and a Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy from University of Vermont (1994). She is Neurological Specialty Board Certified (NCS) through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties since 2001. Dr. Minahan’s clinical certifications and primary patient care interests within neurology are vestibular rehabilitation, hippotherapy, with special interest in balance disorders and brain injury. Her research interests are related to physical therapy neurological interventions specific to motor control/motor learning, and teaching and learning within DPT education with a neuroscience focus. She has taught in entry level DPT education since 2010 as adjunct and core full time faculty in areas of gross anatomy, pathology, advanced neurological interventions, clinical neuroscience, and neurological patient care management. Dr. Minahan serves as an Assistant Professor and Director of Student Affairs for the January cohort in the South College DPT program.
Jeff Moore, PT, DPT, MTC, Cert-SMT, OCS, CSCS, FAAOMPT received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree with high honors from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in St. Augustine, Florida. After graduation he completed a rigorous spine and extremity program with Dr. Stanley Paris culminating in his receipt of the Manual Therapy Certification (MTC). He then pursued another post graduate degree, this time from the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy, which trains clinicians to become experts in performing spinal manipulation. In 2011 Dr. Moore passed comprehensive written, oral, and practical exams which tested his knowledge and skills in spinal thrust manipulation resulting in his being granted the spinal manipulation certification (cert-SMT). In 2012 Dr. Moore became an Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) and in 2014 a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) through Evidence In Motion. Most recently he was awarded the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialization (CSCS) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and the CrossFit Level 1 certification (CF-L1) through CrossFit INC. Clinically, Dr. Moore has spent the past ten years working exclusively in outpatient orthopedics. From 2008 to 2011 Dr. Moore practiced in Bozeman, MT from 2011 to 2016 in in Iron Mountain, MI., and at present is employed with Colorado In Motion located in Windsor, CO. While not working with patients in Colorado Dr. Moore is carrying out duties as the Chief Executive Officer of Institute of Clinical Excellence through which he teaches 40+ weekend seminars developing excellence in orthopedic physical therapy across the United States and Canada. Dr. Moore serves as Assistant Professor with the School of Physical Therapy.
Hannah Norton, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT serves as Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education. Dr. Norton earned a Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Mississippi Medical Center (2005) and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Rocky Mountain University for Health Professions. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Mississippi University for Women. Dr. Norton previously served as full-time clinician for a privately-owned outpatient physical therapy company. Her professional and clinical experience in physical therapy has allowed her to work extensively with physical therapy interns, residents, and fellows in teaching and clinical settings. She was awarded Clinician of the Year in 2011, and actively served on committees to develop and implement the new-graduate mentorship program. She is faculty with BenchMark Physical Therapy’s Orthopedic Residency Program, and primary teaching responsibilities include advanced musculoskeletal content, manual therapy, and clinical reasoning skills. She has co-presented at several national conferences, and current research interests include dry needling and orthopedic manual physical therapy. Dr. Norton is a board-certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist and a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT). Dr. Norton is a licensed Physical Therapist in the State of Tennessee.
Ann Pharr, PT, ScD, GCS earned her BA in Biology from Baylor University in 1990 and her MS in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman’s University in 1993. Ann also completed coursework toward a Master in Clinical Gerontology at Baylor University, but entered the TWU Physical Therapy Program prior to completion of that degree. Ann completed her Doctor of Science (ScD) in Physical Therapy from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in May 2018. Her teaching dissertation topic was “The Total Package: Current and Future Directions in Knee, Hip and Shoulder Arthroplasties.” Ann received the APTA Geriatric Clinical Specialist (GCS) certification in June 2019.
Ann has had over 25 years of clinical experience in the settings of acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, and skilled nursing with special interests in total joint arthroplasties, wound care, and acute vestibular therapy. She is an APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor and Texas Consortium for Physical Therapy Clinical Education Certified Clinical Instructor, has served as the Clinical Coordinator for Clinical Education in hospitals, and has had over 15 years of experience as a clinical instructor for DPT students. She serves as a mentor in a local high school for students in the Health Occupation Student Association and is active in her church singing on the worship team and serving in youth ministry. She lives in Georgetown, Texas, with her husband and two high school-aged sons and has two daughters who are college age and older. Ann maintains clinical practice in an acute care hospital in Georgetown. Ann’s faculty duties with the South College DPT Program include Assistant Director of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor with the content areas of Management of the Aging Adult, Managing the Complex Patient, and Cardiopulmonary/Acute Care.
Jason Rodeghero, PT, DPT, PhD, MBA, OCS, MTC, FAAOMPT
Dr. Rodeghero earned his MPT degree from Bradley University (2002) in Peoria, IL. He went on to earn his DPT and manual therapy certification from the University of St. Augustine (2005). Following that, Dr. Rodeghero completed a post-doctoral fellowship in orthopaedic manual physical therapy at Regis University (2006). He also earned his PhD from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (2013). Dr. Rodeghero is a Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist and a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy. In the fall of 2019, Dr. Rodeghero completed his MBA at South College. Currently, he is the treasurer of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists. His research interests and professional work have focused on the impact of post-professional education on the clinical outcomes of patients receiving physical therapy. Dr. Rodeghero has authored or co-authored a number of peer-reviewed professional works and maintains active memberships in a number of professional organizations. Dr. Rodeghero serves as Associate Professor.
Ahmad Sabbahi, PT, PhD, MA, CCS holds a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Cairo University (2006), a Master of Arts in Applied Physiology from Columbia University (2013) in New York, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Rehabilitation from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Dr. Sabbahi is also a Board Certified Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Specialist (2018). His research and clinical interests are focused on cardiovascular physiology, hypertension, and lifestyle management and prevention of cardiovascular disease. He was a T32 predoctoral trainee in Personalized Cardiovascular Medicine in the Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine, at UIC. He has presented at both national and international conferences and has co-authored several peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Sabbahi serves as Assistant Professor in the School of Physical Therapy at South College where he teaches in the areas of human physiology and cardiopulmonary practice.
Jill Seale, PT, PhD, NCS has been a licensed physical therapist for 22 years. She received Board Certification in the area of Neurologic Physical Therapy from the American Physical Therapy Board of Clinical Specialties in 2004 and recertification in 2014. She has practiced almost exclusively in the field of Brain Injury and Stroke rehabilitation, currently practicing in the home health and post-acute brain injury rehabilitation settings. She has a variety of teaching experiences, in physical therapy academia as well as in the health care community at large, and has received several awards for academic teaching and clinical education. She has served as core faculty in a neurological physical therapy residency program, as adjunct faculty at the Baylor College of Medicine Master of Orthotics and Prosthetics program, and teaches in several online and onsite continuing education programs. Dr. Seale has conducted research and been published in the areas of orthotic management of gait and balance, recovery of gait following stroke, and the utilization of pro bono practice in health professions education. Her current research focuses on gait analysis, clinical reasoning related to gait following stroke, orthotic management of gait dysfunction post stroke, and the role and rehabilitation of the plantarflexors in gait recovery post stroke. Dr. Seale is an Associate Professor in the School of Physical Therapy at South College where she teaches in the areas of neuroscience, neuromuscular practice, and aging adult.
Cheryl Sparks PT, PhD, DPT, FAAOMPT earned her first professional degree in physical therapy from Bradley University before going on to earn a clinical doctorate (DPT) from St. Ambrose University. She then achieved recognition as a board certified orthopaedic clinical specialist and completed an advanced fellowship program in orthopaedic manual therapy with Evidence in Motion. She is recognized as a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists. In 2013, she completed her PhD from Nova Southeastern University with her research focusing on the effects specific therapeutic interventions have on the brain as visualized by functional magnetic resonance imaging. Dr. Sparks has authored or co-authored a number of peer reviewed publications in highly indexed rehabilitative journals. She serves as Associate Professor and Director of Research and Assessment for the School of Physical Therapy at South College.