Dr. Tanney is a full-time clinician and instructor in the Bellin College Fellowship in Orthopedic Manual Therapy. He graduated from Concordia University Wisconsin in 2012 and then completed his Orthopedic Residency and Fellowship training with Evidence in Motion in the years that followed. His interests include manual therapy, motivational interviewing, patient rapport building, telehealth physical therapy, and, of course, exercise in all its forms of existence.
Dr. Rainey is a clinician with an interest in persistent pain and pelvic health. He owns a private practice in southern Arizona, where he sees patients with TMJ disorders, migraines, pelvic floor pain, incontinence, sciatica, and fibromyalgia. He is also involved in teaching at the postgraduate level.
Dr. Young is a teacher and researcher with over a decade of teaching experience in DPT, residency, and fellowship programs. She is the Assistant Research Director at Bellin College’s DScPT program. Dr. Young has a particular interest in lower extremity injuries and dosing in physical therapy.
Dr. Hodges is a recognized expert in clinical reasoning and orthopedic physical therapy. She has over 30 years of clinical and teaching experience. After owning her own cash-based practice, she was the inaugural director of A.T. Still University’s Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency program. She currently maintains a clinical practice and continues to teach at all levels of physical therapy education.
Dr. Farrell is considered an expert in clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice. He has over 40 years of clinical experience and was a senior faculty member in Kaiser Permanente’s Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship program for 34 years. During that time, Dr. Farrell was a founding fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic and Manual Physical Therapy (AAOMPT). He has won numerous awards from the American Physical Therapy Association and Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, including being named a Catherine Worthingham Fellow.
Dr. Peterson is a clinician interested in clinical reasoning, differential diagnosis, and spinal pain. He owns a private practice in Tucson, maintains adjunct faculty roles, and is a regular presenter at national conferences. He has over a dozen peer-reviewed publications, a podcast, and was named an Emerging Leader by the American Physical Therapy Association.