Dr. Love grew up on a family farm in PA. He was an automotive mechanic before starting college as a freshman at age 34. He went on to complete his Bachelor’s degree in Health Science and Master of Physical Therapy degree from St. Francis University in Loretto, PA. He graduated with Honors and was a member of the Honor Society. He was voted The Most Outstanding Physical Therapy Student by the faculty and his peers for the graduating class of 1998. Dr. Love entered the PT field practicing in the area of orthopedic sports medicine. He went on to complete his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Dr. Love was Program Director of a Physical Therapist Assistant program, for seven years, all the while working PRN in Skilled Nursing Facilities, Acute Care Hospitals and Home Health Pediatrics. Dr. Love also maintained his own private practice, manual therapy clinic for nine years. Dr. Love joined the USAHS team in January of 2012 as Assistant Professor and Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education for the Flex DPT program. On a personal note while working with Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) amputees in Texas he acquired a flesh eating bacteria which settled in his right knee. Due to this difficulty he has become a recent transfemoral amputee and he feels this personal prospective will help the students in understanding the physical therapy field. Dr. Love earned his Doctor of Health Science Degree, with high honors, focusing on Health Science Education.