Megan Donaldson PT, PhD, FAAOMPTis an Associate Professor and Assistant Program Director of Physical Therapy at Walsh University. She currently teaches orthopaedic medical screening strategies, diagnostic accuracy, musculoskeletal examination and treatment of spinal disorders, and advanced manual physical therapy special topics. She earned her BS/ MS degrees at D'Youville College in Buffalo, NY. She received her PhD from Nova Southeastern University from Ft. Lauderdale FL. She has completed advanced credentialing in manual physical therapy fellowship program from Daemen College in Buffalo, NY. She is active in clinical practice in outpatient orthopaedic clinic in Canton, Ohio. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT), and an active member of the Orthopaedic Section of the APTA. She is the chair of the conference committee of AAOMPT. She is an Ohio Delegate to the APTA. She remains active in clinical based research with local affiliates and clinical trials in cervical spine,lumbar spine, shoulder impingement, patient adherence, and exercise dosage. She has received over $30,000 in funding for her research agenda and has many peer reviewed publications. She presents nationally on several courses within orthopaedics and manual therapy topics.
The Complex Shoulder: An Evidence Based Approach For Evaluation and Treatment
An Evidence Based Lumbopelvic Examination and Treatment
What others are saying:
"This course was well presented with evidence based information for better examination of the shoulder. A good use of time practicing techniques presented."
"Megan was excellent, very helpful, and ensured the content was beneficial for all attendees. She connected well to all the participants."
"Megan was the best course instructor I have ever had to date. She was very personable and was able to communicate to multiple disciplines in a clear concise way. Great experience."