During her academic career she taught physical therapy students at both the master’s and doctorate levels at The Ohio State University, College of Mt. St. Joseph, and the University of Toledo. Her main teaching assignments were in the orthopaedic curriculum which included functional anatomy, kinesiology, examination, manual skills, and therapeutic exercise. She also conducted research in musculoskeletal outcomes and in 2007 was published in Physical Therapy Journal.
Along with teaching students, she has taught advanced skills through continuing education to practicing physical therapists and more recently, yoga teachers. In following with her clinical interests, she has taught examination of the spine and core stabilization for both the low back and neck.
In 2002 she was honored to be selected Physical Therapist of the Year by the Ohio Physical Therapy Association. In 2005 she received her Certification as an Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties and in 2015 was recertified. She became a 240-hour Hatha certified yoga instructor in October 2010.
As a Physical Therapist, she uses Yoga as the primary method of treatment for chronic pain. This practice recognizes the interaction of Mind, Body and Spirit and addresses each to achieve optimal health. Stephanie is currently accepting new patients at Coshocton Regional Medical Center’s Outpatient Rehab Services clinic located at 311 S. 15th St. in Coshocton. Appointments can be made by calling (740) 623-4069.