Department of Physical Therapy
School of Health Sciences and Practice Building
Dr. Tina Welsome, Assistant Professor of Clinical Physical Therapy, received her MSPT (1997) from Columbia University and her D.P.T. (2012) from the University of St. Augustine. From the start, with her Master’s Thesis on Patient Education, her focus has been on the education and empowerment of the people she works with. During her career, she has sought out additional education and training in Physical Therapy examination, intervention and education to enhance her functional and manual therapy skills to provide more efficient patient care. Dr. Welsome received her DPT from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences and completed her Capstone work on Physical Therapy Examination and Management of Coccygodynia.
Dr. Welsome has been at NYMC since 2008 as a Lab Instructor and Problem-Based Learning Tutor in the Physical Therapy Program. She assisted in Kinesiology, Introduction to Clinical Gait Analysis, Advanced Gait Analysis, Motor Control and Learning, Orthopedics I and II, Neurology, Cardiopulmonary and Health & Wellness courses. Dr. Welsome has guest lectured on Women’s Health Issues, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation and Taping Techniques. She was appointed to the full-time faculty in 2013 and is responsible for the Exercise Science, Cardiopulmonary, Introduction to Clinical Gait and Health & Wellness courses. Her areas of research include breathing, coccygodynia, postural alignment, gait and running gait.