Deborah Constantine

Clinical Assistant Professor of Health Professional Studies

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Location: Carrie Rich Hall, Room 134 C


Professor Constantine is an accomplished Geriatric Clinical Specialist with more than 30 years of Physical Therapy experience. She has extensive clinical experience in assessment and treatment of geriatric patients along with patients with neurological and orthopedic impairments.  Previous academic positions include Visiting Instructor and Clinical Lab Assistant at two physical therapy programs.


  • DPT candidate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2014-present
  • Master of Health Science, Physical Therapy.  University of Indianapolis, IN 1998
  • Bachelor of Science, Physical Therapy. University of Maryland at Baltimore, Baltimore, MD 1981

Professional Memberships

  • American Physical Therapy Association
  • NC Physical Therapy Association
  • Geriatric and Home Care Section Member of APTA

Clinical Interests

My clinical interests include:

  • Assessment and treatment of neurologically impaired adults with CVA
  • Utilization of functional outcome measures for geriatric patient assessment, treatment and documentation
  • Interventions to promote balance recovery in geriatric patients
  • Effective use of home exercise programs in the geriatric population to promote return to maximum function
  • Appropriate trunk stability and strength interventions for the post-menopausal female with osteoporosis

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