Andrea Carmin, P.T., D.P.T., S.C.S.

Physical Therapist
Sports Medicine

Children's at Meridian Mark

Education and Training
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy: Duke University, 2007.
  • B.S. in Exercise Science: Ohio State University, 2004.

  • Sports injuries, especially basketball, softball, baseball, soccer and football
  • Performance enhancement
  • Dry needling
  • Hip injuries/pathology
  • Knee injuries/ACL injuries

  • American Physical Therapy Association
  • American Physical Therapy Association Sports Section

  • Sports Certified Specialist (S.C.S.)
  • American Red Cross Certified First Responder

Roles and Responsibilities
  • Provide rehabilitation program for children experiencing orthopedic/sports related injuries Facilitate safe return to sport/activity after injury
  • Clinical Instructor for Physical Therapy students
  • Pediatric Residency faculty member
  • Sports Residency faculty member
  • Children's Hip Program team member

Career Highlights
  • Duke University: “Preliminary Report: The Relationship Between Arch Height Index and Pattern and Type of Lower Extremity Injury”
  • Fitness assessments and counseling
  • Trainer in acceleration program for middle school through professional athletes
  • Speaker at the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta sports conferences on hip rehab