received his doctorate in physical therapy from Youngstown State University in 2010. Dr. Dunaway earned his board certification as an orthopedic clinical specialist in 2013. He has also attained certifications in spinal thrust manipulation, extremity thrust manipulation, dry needling and the Therapeutic Pain Specialist designation. Dr. Dunaway has spent his career working in outpatient orthopedics with a focus on patients with spine pain, headaches, and persistent pain. Dr. Dunaway has a passion for teaching and has taught weekend seminars in manual therapy and clinical reasoning for most of his career. Currently, he teaches post graduate seminars on spinal manipulation and the management of patients with persistent pain for the Institute of Clinical Excellence. Dr. Dunaway is the co-founder and president of STAND: The Haiti Project, which is an international non-profit organization whose mission is to provide sustainable rehabilitative care to the people of Haiti. In 2020 Dr. Dunaway received the American Physical Therapy Association’s Humanitarian Award for his work in Haiti. Dr. Dunaway serves as Assistant Professor in the South College School of Physical Therapy.