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 in 2018 with her husband and two children, and she now serves as an Instructor and Director of Student Affairs for the School of Physical Therapy at South College.