Lynda Ross, PT, DPT, DHS, PCS, MS
Dr. Ross joined the AIB faculty in 2019 and is one of the primary instructors in the Pediatric Vestibular Rehabilitation Certification Workshop.
Dr. Ross has over 34 years of clinical experience working with diverse patient populations across the life span in a variety of health care settings including acute care, private practice, and home health. She is a board-certified clinical specialist in pediatric physical therapy and continues to practice in pediatrics in community and outpatient settings.
Dr. Ross received a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy and Master of Science in Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy from Northwestern University, a Doctor of Health Science in Health Professions Education from Midwestern University, and a postprofessional Doctor of Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. Her doctoral research focused on reliability of the video head impulse test in the pediatric population and was published in Otology & Neurotology in 2016. She is currently an assistant professor in the Nova Southeastern University Doctor of Physical Therapy program where she teaches pediatrics, practice management, and applied clinical decision making of complex patients. Her research interests include pediatric vestibular rehabilitation, teaching and learning strategies to develop DPT students’ clinical reasoning skills and designing and implementing models for interprofessional education in distance learning healthcare professional programs.