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Janice Sallitt, PT, DPT

Academic Title:

Instructor (Adjunct Faculty I)

Primary Appointment:

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science


Allied Health Research Building

Phone (Primary):

(410) 598-4958

Education and Training


1981                   B.S., Physical Therapy, Russell Sage College, Troy, NY

2013                   DPT/Doctorate, Physical Therapy, University of St. Augustine


Post-Graduate Education/Training/Certifications

2007                  NCS/Neurological Certified Specialist, Board Certification in Neurology, APTA

2012                  PWR! Clinician Training, Parkinson Wellness Recovery

2016                  Cervicogenic Dizziness: An Evidence-Based Competency Course, Emory University and APTA



Inactive            New York

Active              Maryland

Research/Clinical Keywords

physical therapy, Parkinson's, neurological

Clinical Specialty Details

Clinical Expertise

2011-   Instructor and developer of continuing education class on Parkinson’s disease, certified/approved thru the Maryland state licensing boards for physical, occupational, & speech therapists.

2010-   Instructor and developer of continuing education class on Multiple sclerosis, also certified/approved thru the state of Maryland.

2008-   Instructor/Consultant for Georgetown Hospital’s outpatient rehabilitation department.

2006-  Pilot Study on Treadmill training for Gait in Parkinson’s.

2005-  The physical therapy presenter for the Parkinson’s symposium in Howard County, MD.   

2005-present - Yearly/quarterly speaker, in various regional locations, for the Howard County Parkinson’s Education & Support Group/affiliation of Johns Hopkins Parkinson’s Disease Center.  

2005-present- Sole physical therapist attending member of the Maryland-Washington Regional Movement Disorders group’s quarterly research meetings.

Professional Activity

Board Memberships

2005-2006       Maryland Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society

2014-2015       MAPS/Maryland Association of Parkinson’s Support Groups