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Dr. Camp assists with the interdisciplinary education of students in the medical programs at both UNTHSC and Texas Christian University (TCU). Kathlene provides PT services in the clinic and patient homes for the GAPP program and has expanded to services for patients of Family Medicine. Her focus of care is on fall prevention, and safe mobility and exercise to enhance a healthy lifestyle. She also participates on numerous committees and innovations to enhance lifestyle health and mobility for seniors.
Kathlene is a Course Director for two courses, Integrated Control of Movement and Development & Geriatrics, in the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at UNTHSC. She is also involved with teaching in an HRSA grant, Geriatrics Practice Leadership Institute, and is primary lead in the coaching implementation for the program. Kathlene serves on three innovations under the WeHail grant providing opportunities for students to gain service learning with seniors, supporting community workforce enhancement projects to improve care for seniors, and assisting with the geriatric rotation of TCOM students. She also provides community service by serving as Chair of the Falls Prevention Task force under the Fort Worth Safe Communities Coalition.

Education/Academic qualification

BS in Exercise Sci., Fit, Ath. Train, Ball State University

MS in Physical Therapy, Texas Woman's University

DPT, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston


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