James Collins, PT, CSCS

James Collins, PT, CSCS

I enjoy learning, perfecting my skills and applying new information to my practice every day. That’s why I constantly strive to expand my knowledge through continuing education. This added training, when coupled with my solid education, has become the foundation of my patient-centered care.

An education that never stops
BS: Physical Therapy, Cum Laude, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1998
BS: Exercise Physiology, Magna Cum Laude, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1996

Continuing Education
Vestibular Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine, Diabetic Neuropathy, Childhood Obesity, Pre- and Postsurgical Rehabilitation, Orthopedic Injuries, Neurologic Problems, Work Conditioning, Strength Training, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Functional Capacity Evaluations, TMJ, CPR

Licensure
State of Virginia

Member
American Physical Therapy Association
Vestibular Disorders Association

Publications
Advance for Physical Therapists, “Spinning into Control,” March 2002
Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation, on-line publication, “Managing on the Run”
Advance for Physical Therapists, Manager Series, monthly on-line articles relating to various topics of leadership and problem-solving, April 2002 through August 2002

Noteworthy
Taught course on Vestibular Rehabilitation at Norfolk’s DePaul Medical Center, 2002; Developed the Total Joint Replacement Rehabilitation Protocol for both pre- and post-surgical patients also at DePaul Medical Center; founded Dizzy Doers, a vestibular support group in Hampton Roads, VA, 1999

My role in professional associations allows me to grow from all the experience of my colleagues. We can discuss solutions for difficult cases, share new research, stay innovative, exchange effective techniques and build our base of knowledge in order to provide improved care for you.James Collins, PT, CSCS