Instructor (Adjunct Faculty I)
Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
Education and Training
9/79 - 6/81 Loyola College, Baltimore, Maryland
7/81 - 7/83 University of Maryland at Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, B.S. in Physical Therapy, High Honors
2/98 - 12/02 Loyola College/ Maryland State Department of Education, Masters' Equivalency
1/04 - 12/07 University of Maryland at Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, DScPT (Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy), Final Project: "An Investigation of the Feasibility ofIntegrating a Motor Component into an Existing Early Communication and Learning Support Program for Preschoolers with Autism", Advisor: Toby Long, PT, PhD
2002 Credentialed Clinical Instructor
Maryland Physical Therapy License, DHMH, active 1983-present
Physical Therapy, Gait, Pediatric
1. Campbell, K., Hagood, S., Greeley, K., Thompson, J., and Crawford, T. (1991). Gait Analysis in StickMan
Syndrome: A Case Study. Seventh Annual East Coast Clinical Gait Laboratory Conference.
2. Greeley, K. (2008). Investigation of the feasibility of integrating a motor component into an existing early
communication and learning support program for preschoolers with autism. Poster Presentation, Annual
Conference and Exposition of the American Physical Therapy Association. San Antonio, Texas.
Honors and Awards
1983 Phi Kappa Phi Award for Best Independent Research Project (Lab based)
2008 Glickman/Brass Family DScPT Academic Award
Professional Society Memberships
• American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine
• American Physical Therapy Association, Pediatric Section Member, Maryland representative
• Maryland Chapter of the A.P.T.A.
• Maryland State Steering Committee for Occupational and Physical Therapy School Based Programs, Treasurer