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Anthony Carroll, PT, DPT, CSCS

Physical Therapist
Physical Therapy Clinic
Department of Physical Therapy
University of Delaware 
160 STAR - Health Sciences Complex
Newark, DE 19713
(302) 831-8893




Licensure/Certification Education Current Appointment Professional History
Honors/Awards Clinical Interests Presentations Invited Presentations
Professional Organizations Service Continuing Education Courses Taught


Delaware Physical Therapist #J1-0002558 (January 2010)

  • American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists, Orthopedic Certified Specialist (June 2011)
  • APTA Certified Clinical Instructor (2010)
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist #200733457 (August 2007)
  • American Red Cross Emergency First Responder (January 2008 – present)
  • American Red Cross Certified in CPR, AED, Oxygen Administration (Jan 2008 – present)


University of Delaware - BS 2007 Exercise Physiology
University of Delaware - DPT 2010 Doctor of Physical Therapy
University of Delaware 2011 Orthopedic Residency
Kaiser Permanente 2012 Spine Rehabilitation Fellowship


January 2012 – Present  University of Delaware, Newark, DE:
Department of Physical Therapy

  • Full Time Physical Therapist
  • Clinical Faculty Member of the Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy Clinical Residency Program (January 2012 – present)

·  Supervision of Residents

  • Direct Resident mentoring and clinical assessment
  • Clinical Instructor
    • Certified Clinical Instructor
    • Direct clinical instruction of student internships from both integrated and full time rotations with students of various levels of doctoral education


January 2011 – December 2011               Kaiser Permanente, Hollywood, CA, Full Time Clinical Specialist Level I

January 2011 – December 2011              Kaiser Permanente, Hollywood, CA, Spine Rehabilitation Fellow

January 2010 – January 2011                University of Delaware, Newark, DE, Orthopedic Physical Therapy Resident


  • Doctor of Physical Therapy Faculty Award Class of 2009
    • Recognizes a student that is selected by the faculty whose personal qualities are deemed to be most valuable to the Physical Therapy profession. These qualities include: initiative, cooperation, integrity, and leadership.


  • Spine rehabilitation
  • Manual Therapy
  • Orthopedic and Sports Related injuries



  1. Carroll A, “Case Report: The Effects of Hip Mobilization on Lumbar Spine Pain with Radicular Symptoms During Walking” as part of a Special Session Tonley J, Harris-Hayes M, Don’t Forget to Be Hip: Looking at the Role of the Hip in Lumbar Spine Disorders” Combined Sections Meeting, Chicago IL (2012)
  2. Carroll A, Truno-Nogueira  J, Mancilla A, Lemoine M, “Case Report: The Effects of Hip Mobilization on Lumbar Spine Pain with Radicular Symptoms During Walking”, Kaiser Permanente (2011)
  3. Carroll A, Truno-Nogueira  J, Mancilla A, Lemoine M, “Explain Pain”, Kaiser Permanente (2011)
  4. Carroll A, “Early ACL Rehabilitation”, Kaiser Permanente (2011)
  5. Carroll A, Hunter-Giordano A, Manal T. “Impact of Differential Diagnosis and 4 Physical Therapy Treatments on Unrelenting Posterior Knee Pain After an Aborted Arthroscopic Debridement in a Collegiate Field Hockey Player.” Poster Presentation in the Orthopedic Section, APTA Annual Conference (2010)
  6. Carroll A, Bell K, Manal T. “Proper Lifting Mechanics.” AI Dupont Safety Day (2010)
  7. Carroll A, Bell K, Manal T. “Physical Therapy for the Patient with Cervical Pain and Dysfunction.” Philadelphia Pain Symposium (2010)




  • Simms – Mann Free Health Clinic, Venice CA (2011)
    • Pro Bono Physical Therapy Evaluation and Treatment for the Underprivileged Community in Venice, CA


  • Fellowship training in Spine rehabilitation (2012)
  • Orthopedic Residency Training (2011)
  • APTA Combined Sections Meeting (2010, 2011)
  • APTA Annual Conference (2010)
  • APTA Clinical Instructor Course (2010)
  • McKenzie Course A (2010)


  • “Explain Pain Course” Kaiser Permanente (2011)
  • PHYT608 Musculoskeletal Evaluation (2009-2010)
  • PHYT641 Rounds (2009-2010)






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