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, PT, DPT, MS, Cert. SMT, Cert. DN, Dip. Osteopractic, Dip. SM, FAAOMPT

Destiny Hebert



Dr. Hebert comes to the DPT program with a broad knowledge base in the area of clinical practice specifically in orthopedics and vestibular rehabilitation. Dr. Hebert obtained her DPT degree from the Medical College of Georgia in 2008 with a major in physical therapy. Her research theses explored urinary incontinence and a systematic review on rotator cuff management. She also holds certifications in dry needling, spinal manipulation, soft tissue mobilization, vestibular rehabilitation, cancer rehabilitation (STARR Certification), diploma in osteopractic, diploma in spinal manipulation, and completed a fellowship in orthopedic manual therapy and is a member of FAAOMPT.

Dr. Hebert teaches the clinical education course series in the DPT program and teaches electives in the area of vestibular rehabilitation. These courses include: NDPT 7712 Clinical Education I, NDPT 7823 Clinical Education II, NDPT 7823 Elective II Vestibular Rehab, and NDPT 7733 Clinical Education III. She also teaches the Post Professional DPT Program Differential Diagnosis Course. Dr. Hebert provides lectures on special topics to the Adult Neurorehabilitation, Kinesiology, Modalities, and the Orthopedic course series.

Dr. Hebert is eminently qualified to teach these courses since she has held various positions and titles which included FAAOMPT, CCCE for Select Medical and Benchmark. Dr. Hebert has a strong passion for ongoing professional development and that is clearly laid out in her CV. Dr. Destiny Hebert’s scholarly agenda is emerging with interests in clinical reasoning among student PTs and student preparedness for clinical education. The ongoing research areas for Dr. Hebert include Boyer’s scholarship of engagement and the scholarship of teaching & learning (SoTL).

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