Tiffany King Joins Department of Physical Therapy Faculty
Baylor University’s Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences is pleased to announce the appointment of Tiffany King, PT, DPT, CCS, as Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy.
“The Department of Physical Therapy is thrilled that Dr. King has chosen Baylor as her academic home,” said Brian A. Young, PT, DSc, Interim Chair for the Department of Physical Therapy. “She brings her expertise in cardiovascular and pulmonary care, as well as an immense dedication to supporting students. We look forward to Dr. King’s impact on our program, the department, and the Baylor community.”
An ABPTS Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in cardiovascular and pulmonary physical therapy, King is also a published author in the Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. She previously served as a voting Delegate and Board Director for the American Physical Therapy Association-Oregon. King’s research interests focus on increasing the confidence and competency of licensed physical therapists when screening the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems with a secondary focus on therapeutic guidelines to implement in clinical decision-making when determining patient appropriateness across all clinical practice settings.
King received her Bachelor of Science degree at Oakwood University in Huntsville and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. She has been in clinical practice for 12 years, primarily in critical care, neuro IPR, post-acute rehab, lymphedema, and wound care settings. King has provided formal presentations to several multi-disciplinary providers in inpatient and outpatient settings on therapeutic guidelines to consider for optimal patient management. She previously served as an Instructor for the Department of Physical Therapy Education Program at Western University of Health Sciences – Oregon.
A native Texan, King is looking forward to spending more time with her family and friends and enjoying southern cuisine. She enjoys connecting with God daily through her morning devotionals and nature and is very engaged with her church family.
“I am excited to join the hybrid DPT program at Baylor University, where commitment to Christianity and to the profession are unequivocally valued,” King said. “I look forward to investing in the next generation of physical therapists as they prepare for service to humanity.”