Sarah Smith, SPT, is a second year Graduate student at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. At Emory, Sarah studies Physical Therapy and has found a special interest in the inpatient neurology setting, as well as the impact of health and disability on patients’ lives and daily experiences. Sarah is Vice President of her class, and serves as a care partner for a gentleman in her community. She is currently completing her clinical rotations across the United States, and plans on pursuing a residency in Neurological Physical Therapy, with a special interest in Brain Injury Rehabilitation. Kathy Lee Bishop, PT, DPT, CCS, received her BS in Physical Therapy from the University of Vermont and her MS and DPT from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston. She is a board certified cardiopulmonary specialist (since 1993), an ACLS instructor, and is the former Manager of the Emory HeartWiseSM Risk Reduction Program.
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