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Megan J. Mackey, DPT

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor (Adjunct Faculty I)

Primary Appointment:

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science

Education and Training


1998        Bachelor's Degree, Biology, University of Delaware

2001        Masters in Physical Therapy, University of Maryland School of Medicine

2003        Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Maryland School of Medicine



Summer 1997     Central Intelligence Agency, Washington D.C., Clerical Assistant in health Administration

Summer 1999     University of Maryland, Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, Human Anatomy Teaching Assistant

2001 - 2003        Baltimore Sports Rehab and Physical Therapy, Bel Air, MD, Physical Therapist, Outpatient Orthopedics

2003 - 2007        Michael Supler and Associates, South Euclid, OH, Physical Therapist, Outpatient Sports Medicine, Clinical Instructor for Cleveland State University Student



2001-present       Active - Physical Therapy, State of Maryland

Research/Clinical Keywords

Physical Therapy

Clinical Specialty Details


1999      Frederick Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Frederick, MD, Outpatient Orthopedic Facility, Inservice: Vestibular Rehabilitation

2000      University of Maryland Medical System-Shock Trauma Center, Inpatient Acute Care Facility, Baltimore, MD, Inservice: Pelvic Fractures

2001      Maryland General Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Center, Baltimore, MD, Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility: Neurologic and TBI Focus, Senior Project: Guide for nurse technicians dealing with PT implications for patient care, In-service: Case-study on non-ambulatory patient status post Bilateral heel cord contracture release

Professional Activity


2001-2003   McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, Parts A,B,C

2003            BSR&PT Aquatic Therapy Seminar

2003            When the Feet Hit the Ground Everything Changes

2003            How to Treat the Shoulder

2004            Yoga for the Physical Therapist

2005            How to Treat the Young Athlete

2007            Reimbursement Issues and Assuring Compliance in Outpatient PT

2008            Principles of Strength Training for Older Adults

2008            Clinical Anatomy of the Upper Extremity

2008            The Aging Knee

2009            Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

2010            Acquired Brain Injury and it's impact on the Visual System

2010            Communication, The Key to Successful Patient & Practice Management

2010            NDT: Effective Approaches for Predictable Treatment Outcomes