Dawn T. Gulick, PhD, PT, AT, CSCS, is a Professor of Physical Therapy at Widener University in Chester Pennsylvania. She has been teaching for > 20 years. Her areas of expertise are orthopedics, sports medicine, modalities, and medical screening.
As a clinician, she has owned a private orthopedic/sports medicine practice. She also provides athletic training services from the middle school to elite Olympic/Paralympic level. As a member of the Olympic Sports Medicine Society, Dr. Gulick has provided medical coverage at numerous national and international events. As a scholar, Dr. Gulick is the author of 4 books (Ortho Notes, Screening Notes, Sport Notes, Mobilization Notes), 4 book chapters, > 50 peer-reviewed publications, and > 100 professional and civic presentations. She is the developer of a mobile app, iOrtho+ (Apple, Android, & PC versions). Her app has been downloaded over 160k times. She currently has a utility patent pending for an orthopedic medical device that has been FDA classified. She is the recipient of a National Science Foundation Phase 1 and Phase 2 SBIR to develop the Mobil-AiderTM device.
Dr. Gulick earned a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Lock Haven University (Lock Haven, PA), a Master of Physical Therapy from Emory University (Atlanta, GA), and a Doctorate in Exercise Physiology from Temple University (Philadelphia, PA). She is an AMBUCS scholar and a Chapter Officer of Phi Kappa Phi and a member of Kappa Delta Pi Honor Societies. As a licensed physical therapist, she has direct access authorization. She also is a certified strength and conditioning specialist.