I have a passion for helping patients with SCI. It is challenging, learn how to do it correctly.
I have been treating patients with spinal cord injury since 1986. My focus is evidence-based therapy with a family-centered approach. I have a wealth of experience to draw from in helping therapists provide accurate evaluations and treatment while avoiding the pitfalls that come from managing a large caseload of spinal cord injury patients and from navigating insurance company challenges. Most of all, I have been surrounded by great mentors over the years and have gained much from the expertise of many medical professionals in facilities throughout the country where I have taught courses. I am committed to teaching and contributing to the professions of Physical and Occupational Therapy. -Selina Morgan, PT, DPT, NCS
Selina Morgan, PT, DPT, graduated from Texas A&M University with a B.S. in health education in 1984, and the University of Texas Health Science Center in Dallas, School of Physical Therapy in 1986. She is actively involved in the physical rehabilitation of neurologically compromised patients with special interest in spinal cord injury and assistive technology. She has held offices in: The National Spinal Cord Injury Association-South Texas Chapter, the adhoc committee to improve handicap accessibility in San Antonio and the access planning committee of the Alamo Dome. Selina first gained teaching experience through her faculty position at the Texas Tech School of Physical Therapy in 1995. She continues to teach in areas of spinal cord injury, seating/mobility and assistive technology at the University of Texas Health and Science Center (schools of PT and OT) and the Army/Navy Baylor School of Physical Therapy at Fort Sam Houston. Selina has received credentials through RESNA as an assistive technology practitioner since 2003.