Christine Salmon, PT, DPT, EdD

Associate Professor, PT Programs


Miami, FL


College of Rehabilitative Sciences


Acute Care
Adult Rehabilitation
Higher Education
Wound Management


Doctor of Physical Therapy, Nova Southeastern University
Master of Physical Therapy, Florida International University
Bachelor of Arts in Biology, University of South Florida

Dr. Christine Salmon has more than 11 years of combined teaching and clinical experience in physical therapy, including more than five years providing clinical instruction for students from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences and other institutions.

Her clinical work focuses on evaluating and treating the geriatric, orthopedic, cardiac, and neurological patient population. She is a Board-Certified Geriatric Specialist. She has also worked with a pediatric population using TheraSuit to provide intensive physical therapy. Dr. Salmon is a certified Clinical Instructor who has taken a variety of courses to advance her knowledge and skill within the profession, including physiology of sports, women’s health, radiology and pharmacology, contemporary theories of movement, exercise and motor learning, differential diagnosis, and cardiopulmonary courses.

In 2015, she became a trained clinical director for the Healthy Athletes division of the Special Olympics who organizes local screening events for the organization.