Jane S Baldwin PT, DPT

Dr. Baldwin has been teaching for TherapyEd for over sixteen years. She received her physical therapy education at Northeastern University and received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Simmons College. Jane is also a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Neurological Physical Therapy. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, MA and practices at Spaulding Rehab Outpatient Center in their Pediatrics and Neurology/Integrated Rehabilitation Programs. She is actively involved in the American Physical Therapy Association both nationally and locally. She has served as Chief Delegate, Delegate, Vice President and Secretary. She has also served on several national and chapter task forces.

Tiffany Bohm PT, MPT, DPT

Dr. Bohm received her Physical Therapy training from Rockhurst University and Simmons College. She is currently the Director of a PTA Education at Kansas City Kansas Community College and works PRN in a variety of patient settings. Prior to becoming a faculty member, she worked as a pediatric therapist in the public school setting and provided outpatient pediatric therapy through her own company. She has presented at the KPTA conference on various topics pertinent to the PTA and at the APTA's Combined Sections Meetings. She is an active member of the KPTA and serves as a team leader for CAPTE site visits.

Cindy Bradenhoff PTA, BS

Professor Brandehoff is the Academic Coordinator for Clinical Education and an instructor for the PTA Program at Rhodes State College in Lima Ohio, her alma mater. She received her bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration from the University of Northwestern Ohio and serves as a site reviewer for the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE). She has over 18 years of experience in a wide variety of practice settings as a clinician, educator and director of healthcare marketing.

Andreia Nebel PT, DPT

Dr. Nebel is the Director and an Associate Professor for the Clarkson College Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program. She began teaching at Clarkson College in the summer of 2003. The PTA courses that she is the primary instructor for include Pathophysiology, Professional Issues, Basic Skills, and Advanced Procedures. Her clinical background includes pediatrics, outpatient orthopedics and industrial wellness with current practice in geriatrics. During the last 10+ years she has had the opportunity to work with a wide range of patient populations and has always had a passion for teaching.

Karen Ryan PTA

Karen Ryan is a PTA educator and editor of TherapyEd's PTA Review & Study Guide. In addition she has 20 years of experience as a physical therapy clinician and as a PTA educator. Karen received her physical therapist assistant education and degree at St. Catherine’s College St. Mary’s Campus in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has worked in many practice settings throughout her career and is currently working as a physical therapist assistant and marketing director at a private practice, Back to Motion, in Denver Colorado. Throughout her career she has served in multiple elected and appointed positions for the APTA, Iowa and Colorado Chapters, and for the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy.

Very well done course. I feel much better about preparing for the exam now. I would recommend the course to any PTA student.

Katie S., Somerset Community College