Faculty and Staff

David Boyce, PT, EdD, ECS, OCS (email)
Physical Therapy Plus - CEO
Associate Professor 

Dr. Boyce is dual board certified in Orthopedic and Electrophysiologic Therapy from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. He currently teaches in the musculoskeletal curriculum and is coordinator of the Doctor of Physical Therapy study abroad program.

Tony Brosky, PT, DHS, SCS (email)
Professor and Assistant Dean of the Lansing School of Nursing and Health Sciences

Dr. Brosky is board certified in Sports Physical Therapy from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.  His primary teaching responsibilities are in the musculoskeletal track and service-learning components of the curriculum.  His clinical research interests are in the examination and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions of the lower extremity and in the development and impact of community engagement activities on students and faculty in the health professions. 

Catherine E. “Kate” Crandell, PT, DPT, MDiv (email)
Assistant Professor and Associate Director of Clinical Education

Dr. Crandell teaches in a variety of musculoskeletal courses and is involved in the service-learning course series. She is the coordinator of the Service-Learning Clinic and Dr. Crandell has a special interest in service-learning and community-campus partnerships.

Megan Danzl, PT, DPT, PhD, NCS (email)
Assistant Professor

Dr. Danzl teaches Introduction to Acute Care, Psychosocial Aspects of Health and Disability, Research I, Service Learning Clinic, Neuroscience, and Neurological Rehabilitation for the Adult Patient. Her current scholarship interests include examining the practice of patient and caregiver education in physical therapy practice, the use of qualitative research methods in physical therapy research, and physical activity for people with Parkinson’s Disease.

Beth Ennis, PT, EdD, PCS, ATP (email)
Associate Professor

Dr. Ennis is involved in courses in Pediatrics, Teaching and Learning, Professional and Legal Issues and Technology. Research interests include use of technology in education, as well as using therapy to re-engage children with disabilities into the community.


Whitney Ensor, PT, DPT, WCS (email)
Assistant Professor, Director of Clinical Education

Dr. Ensor is board certified in Women’s Health Physical Therapy from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. She is Director of Clinical Education and involved in teaching courses in Clinical Education, Professional and Legal Issues, and in the Service Learning Clinic. Research interests include pelvic floor rehabilitation, Women’s Health physical therapy, and optimizing clinical education outcomes.

Patricia D. Gillette, PT, PhD, GCS (email)
Professor and Interim Program Director

Dr. Patty Gillette is board certified in Geriatric Physical Therapy from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.  Her primary teaching responsibilities are in acute care, cardiovascular and pulmonary, human performance, health promotion, gerontology and service-learning components of the curriculum.  Her research interests are in balance and fall prevention with aging adults and cardiovascular risk factors in persons with diabetes.

June Hanks, PT, PhD, DPT, CWS, CLT, EMT 
Associate Professor

Dr. Hanks teaches Wound Management, Anatomy, Differential Diagnosis and Cardiopulmonary and is involved in the Service Learning course series. Her primary research interest is global health and community engagement among persons with disabilities.

Carrie Clark Hawkins, PT, DPT, OCS (email)
Assistant Professor, Associate Director of Clinical Education

Dr. Hawkins is board certified as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. She is the Associate Director of Clinical Education and involved in the Service Learning Center. Professional interests include clinical experience enhancement, leadership in physical therapy, and manual therapy outcomes.

Elaine Lonnemann, PT, DPT, MSc, OCS, FAAOMPT (email)
Associate Professor

Dr. Elaine Lonnemann is certified in both Manual and Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. She currently teaches Functional Anatomy, Differential Diagnosis, Teaching and Learning in Physical Therapy and courses within the musculoskeletal curriculum.  Professional interests include manual therapy, technology in education, leadership and clinical management of the spine.

Paul Lonnemann, PT, OCS, FAAOMPT (email)
Instructor

Mr. Lonnemann teaches topics in anatomy, clinical orthopaedic manual therapy portions of the curriculum, and is involved in the service learning clinic. He is also active in practice as a contract therapist assisting in clinical teaching and fellowship training while doing patient care.

Gina Pariser, PT, PhD (email)
Associate Professor

Dr. Pariser teaches functional anatomy, research, exercise physiology and health promotion.  She directs “Active Steps for Diabetes” a community-campus program that is part of the Service Learning course series.  Her current scholarship interest is physical therapy management of patients with diabetes and functional mobility limitations.

Chantal Prewitt, PhD (email)
Assistant Professor

Dr. Prewitt currently teaches Anatomy and Neuroscience and participates in the Service Learning courses.  Her research interests include refining pedagogy of anatomy and neuroscience, developing continuing education courses for DPTs, and use of technology in education.



Nancy Urbscheit, PT, PhD (email)
Professor

Dr. Urbscheit teaches pharmacology, neurology, neuroscience, modalities and research.  She directs the “Let’s Dance” class for adults with Parkinson’s Disease as part of the Service Learning courses. Her clinical focus is on care of the adult with brain damage.

Mark R. Wiegand, PT, PhD (email)
Dean and Professor

Dr. Mark Wiegand is the dean of the Lansing School of Nursing and Health Sciences and a professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Bellarmine University. He has taught in anatomy and neuroscience.  His professional interests include the role of service learning and professional development in physical therapy education. Dr. Wiegand is married to Dr. Judy Wiegand, PT, is the father of five adult children, and has four grandchildren.

Administrative Staff

Michele Thomas (email)
Secretary
502.272.8356

 

 

 


Stacey Lacy (email)
Secretary
502.272.8357

 

 

Anita Spoelker (email)
Secretary
502.272.7425

 

 

Gloria Edwards (email)
Part Time Secretary 
502.272.7425







Adjunct Faculty

Erin Abell, PT, DPT, PCS (email
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Katherine Biederman Johnson, PhD (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Michelle Broers, PT, DPT, CWS (email)
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Jessica Brown (Sizemore), PT, DPT (email
Adjunct Faculty


 

Dalie Camic, PT, DPT (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Lisa Campbell, PT, DPT (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Mary T Cecil, PT, CHT (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Janelle Ciolek, PT, DPT, OCS (email)
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Laura Marie Donnick, PT, DPT (email)
Adjunct Faculty

 

 

 

Karen Edwards, PT (email)
Adjunct Faculty

 



Brandon Fowler, PT, DPT, OCS (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Rebecca Gronotte, PT, DPT (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Carrie Hawkins, PT, DPT, OCS (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Maria Hornung, PT, DPT (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Jill Hornung, PT (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Gus Jacobs, PT, DPT (email)
Adjunct Faculty

 

 

Christopher Juneau, PT, DPT (email)
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Carrie Kiefer, PT, DPT (email)
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Zorre Kimura, PT (email)
Adjunct Faculty

 

 

Barbara Lee, RN, MSN, CWOS (email)
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Dennis Lesch, PT, GCS (email)
Adjunct Faculty


 

Kristen M Luttrell, PT, DPT, GCS, CEEAA (email)
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Amy Martin

Amy Martin (Fischer), PT, DPT (email)
Adjunct Faculty

 

 

 

Katie McBeeKatie P. McBee, PT, DPT, OCS, MS, CEAS (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Shannon Milliner, PT, MPT (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Nate Nevin, PT, DPT (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Kevin Owens, PT, DPT (email)
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Tammy Roe, PT (email)
Adjunct Faculty






Kara Sims, PT, DPT (email)
Adjunct Faculty




Elizabeth Ulanowski, PT, DPT, NCS (email)
Adjunct Faculty

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