Colleen Coulter, P.T., D.P.T., Ph.D., P.C.S.

Team Leader Limb Deficiency Program

Children's at Scottish Rite

Education and Training
  • Ph.D.: Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, 2010.
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy: Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, 2009.
  • Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy: Boston University, 1974.

  • Pediatric orthopaedic conditions
  • Children with Limb Differences
  • Infants with Torticollis
  • Children with scoliosis
  • Participating on multidisciplinary teams for delivery of care for children and their families

  • Amputee Coalition of America
  • Association of Children's Prosthetics Orthotics Clinics
  • American Academy of Orthotist and Prosthetists
  • American Physical Therapy Association

  • Pediatric Physical Therapy, Board Certified Pediatric Physical Therapist
  • Children with Scoliosis, C1 Certification Schroth BSPTS school
  • APTA Clinical Instructor, Certification as clinical instructor in physical therapy education
  • NDTA, Neurodevelopmental Treatment Certification
  • NDTA/Baby, Neurodevelopmental Treatment Association Baby certification

Roles and Responsibilities
  • Team leader of the Limb Deficiency Program
  • Physical Therapist in the Cranial Remolding Program
  • Clinical Director for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta American Physical Therapy Association Pediatric Residency Program

Career Highlights
  • Honorary Member of the American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists
  • Ph.D. in the area of Pediatric Prosthetics and Orthopaedics
  • Awarded Dudley Moore grant and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Golden Apple Award for teaching
  • Assistant Adjunct Professor at Emory University’s School of Medicine Department of Rehabilitation and clinical faculty in GA Tech’s MSP&O Program
  • Obtained masters degree from Long Island University