MICHELLE GREEN, PT, DPT, c-NDT, NCS is an expert in the field of stroke rehab, with over 20 years of experience treating stroke patients as well as patients with orthopedic and neurological dysfunction. Currently, she works as an Assistant Professor in the DPT program at Campbell University in Buies Creek, NC. In addition to her extensive experience in acute rehab settings and with inpatient stroke teams, Dr. Green provides fitness training to various age groups, acting as the Group Exercise Coordinator for two Gold’s Gym locations in the Fayetteville region. A graduate of the physical therapy program at Ithaca College in New York, she has continued her education, receiving her NDT (Neuro- Development Treatment) as well as a certification in Yoga and Pilates.

Using her extensive knowledge and experience working in rehab and physical fitness, she has been a sought-after lecturer, presenting seminars on topics such as Stroke Rehab, Pusher Syndrome, Geriatric Strength Training, Developing Functional Core Stability, and Pilates and Yoga for Rehab Professionals. These courses attract the attention of both physical and occupational therapists alike, as Dr. Green couples evidence-based treatment models with a dynamic, engaging style to rejuvenate and inspire rehab professionals in their respective fields.