“I really appreciate that Carlow University has a very robust campus community which is focused on interdisciplinary teamwork, both in the classroom as well as the local, national, and world community as a whole, to ensure that each and everyone’s individual needs are met. I aim to help doctor of physical therapy students evolve in their foundational knowledge (habits of the head), clinical skills (habits of the hand), and providing care with compassion and empathy (habits of the heart) to empower them to help in the ongoing creation of a more just and merciful world.” – Katie Shroyer
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Chatham University, Pittsburgh, Pa. 2004. Life Span Track with emphasis on geriatrics and pediatrics.
Master’s Degree of Physical Therapy, Chatham University, Pittsburgh, Pa. 2003.
Bachelor of Arts, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pa. 2001. Major: Psychology, Minor: Biology and Sociology
- Shroyer, K., Sarneso, A., Families First: Implementation of a Care Coordination Program to Enhance the Outcomes of Children with Special Needs. Platform presentation at National SOPAC Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2015.
- Shroyer, K., Neltner C., Ochadlik C., and Fisher, M., Implementation of a Pediatric Locomotor Training Program: Lessons Learned. Poster presentation at Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Conference, Harrisburg, PA, October 2014.
- Fisher, M., Shroyer, K., Neltner C., and Ochadlik C., Translating Knowledge into Practice: A Pediatric Locomotor Training Case Study. Platform Presentation at Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Conference, Harrisburg, PA, October 2014.
- Perry S., Woollard J., Little, S., Shroyer, K., Relationships Among Measures of Balance, Gait, and Community Integration in People with Brain Injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. 2014 March 29 (2): 117-124. DOI:10.1097/HTR.0b013e3182864f2f
Awards & recognition
- 2014 Clinician-Educator Award, Chatham University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
- 2003 Potential for Professional Excellence Award, Chatham University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
- 2003 Peer Recognition Award, Chatham University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
- American Physical Therapy Association, Pediatric Section Member and Education Section Member, September 2001-present
- Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association, September 2001-present
- Co-Chair of Publications Committee, January 2006-December 2010
- Member of the Publications Committee, September 2005-January 2006
- Member of the Membership Committee, January 2005-January 2006
- Zero to Three Association, June 2020-June 2021
- Pennsylvania Infant Mental Health Association, January 2020-June 2021
- Pennsylvania BrainSTEPS Association, January 2008-December 2019
- APTA Advanced Clinical Instructor Certification, August 2011
- Brain Injury Specialist Certification, June 2008
- APTA Clinical Instructor Certification, September 2006