PT, DSc, NCS
Doctor of Physical Therapy & Neurologic Specialist
Linda graduated from Texas Woman’s University in 1989 with her BS/PT degree in Physical Therapy. She earned her Master of Science degree in 2002 from Rocky Mountain University in Provo Utah, and then her Doctor of Science degree in 2006 in Neurology there as well. Linda is an Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Clinical Education at Texas Woman’s University in Dallas, Texas in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program. Linda has been practicing since 1989 in neurologic PT with special interests in stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Acquired Brain Injury, Parkinson’s disease, and vestibular and balance rehab. She is a Neurologic Clinical Specialist certified by the APTA. Linda has been an invited speaker locally, nationally, and internationally for the Colorado Physical Therapy Association, the Texas Physical Therapy Association, and the American Physical Therapy Association. She also provides continuing education courses on the topic of vestibular and balance rehab. Actively involved in the American Physical Therapy Association, Linda is currently a member of the American Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Board, and a member of the ABPTS/ABPTRFE task force. Linda recently received the Service award from the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy. In her leisure time, Linda enjoys spending time with her husband, family, dogs, and her 4 amazing grandchildren.