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. In 2021 she completed a graduate certificate in Mind, Body and Teaching from Johns Hopkins University. 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 Curriculum – January Cohort in the South College DPT program.