Megan Flores graduated from the University of Texas in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry. She then completed her Master of Physical Therapy from UT Southwestern Medical Center in 2004. Flores has worked in a variety of settings, including acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, home health, and hippotherapy. Her career has focused on rehabilitation of adult and pediatric neurologically involved patients. She is currently completing coursework toward a PhD in Physical Therapy at Texas Woman’s University.
Since joining the University of St. Augustine as a core faculty member in fall 2014, Flores has been involved in several collaborative research projects. Her current and future research pursuits include scholarship of teaching and learning, inter- and transdisciplinary treatment approaches, and outcome measures for children. Her clinical expertise is in the area of pediatric physical therapy, and she continues to treat children in the home health setting.
She teaches Child Development and Pediatric Physical Therapy. She also assists in the Neuromuscular courses and in Research III.