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Nancy Scullion, PT, MPT, PCS

Nancy Scullion, PT, MPT, PCS

Nancy Scullion is a board certified senior physical therapist in the motion analysis center and rehabilitation services department at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Chicago. Scullion is also an adjunct professor of physical therapy at Midwestern University, College of Health Sciences.

She has conducted research at the Chicago Shriners Hospital with the motion analysis center on orthotic intervention strategies for children with mobility limitations resulting from orthopaedic disabilities including cerebral palsy. Scullion also serves on the steering committee for the Shriners Hospitals Motion Analysis Center Network (SMAC-net), a new effort to share research data between Shriners Hospitals for Children nationwide.

Scullion is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association – Section on Pediatrics, and The Gait and Clinical Motion Analysis Society. She previously worked as a school-based physical therapist in the special education program of a suburban Chicago school district as well as outpatient pediatrics. She is a fluent Spanish speaker.

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Credentials:

  • Undergraduate, University of Wisconsin-Madison, BA, Psychology, Spanish
  • Graduate, Washington University in St. Louis, MS, Master of Science in Physical Therapy
  • Board-Certified Pediatric Specialist, American Physical Therapy Association