Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree (DPT)
Dr. Borromeo is a senior instructor in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Penn State Mont Alto. She teaches courses in Kinesiology, Therapeutic Exercise, Pathophysiology, and Pediatrics. Her research interests include the development of motor skills in infants, orthopedics, and instructional methodology. She has developed several service learning projects, both independently and in collaboration with students and faculty in Occupational Therapy and Forest Technology. The most elaborate service learning projects have involved designing and constructing raised-bed gardens and gardening tools for children and adults with disabilities. Dr. Borromeo also coordinates Penn State Mont Alto's MedCamp, a summer day camp for high school students interested in careers in medicine and health care.
Most Recent Publications
Borromeo, Renee. 2009. Pathophysiology in PTA Program: Focus on Africa. Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants (March).
DPT in Physical Therapy, Shenandoah University, 2011
M.A. in Physical Therapy, Stanford University, 1983
B.S. in Physical Education, James Madison University, 1981
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