Deborah C. Clarke
Credentials: PT, MPT, CIDN

The University of St. Augustine Health Sciences

Doctor of Physical Therapy and Craniomandibular Certification; expected graduation 2020

The University of Cincinnati

Master of Science in Physical Therapy, 2001

The University of Cincinnati

Bachelor of Business Administration, Marketing and Management, 1997

2017- Certified in Integrative Dry Needling, Integrative Dry Needling Institute

2017- Certified in Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Functional Movement Systems (FMS)

2002- Licensed Physical Therapist in the State of Ohio, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Athletic Trainers Board

10400 Reading Rd. Suite 105
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241

Deborah Clarke, PT, MPT, CIDN is a Physical Therapist at Premier Physical Therapy Services. Deborah (Debbie) earned her Master of Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Cincinnati.  Debbie is working toward a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and a Certification in Craniomandibular from the University of St. Augustine Health Sciences.  Debbie has worked in outpatient, orthopedics for over 15 years in a variety of settings and has been with Premier Physical Therapy Services for over 7 years.  This experience has allowed her to gain extensive knowledge in treating a wide variety of orthopedic and neuromuscular diagnoses.  While Debbie enjoys treating a variety of pathologies in the outpatient setting, she has a special interest in headaches, TMJ dysfunction, spine pathologies, and chronic pain syndromes.

Debbie gained her certification in Integrative Dry Needling in 2017 and utilizes this approach along with extensive manual therapy skills to treat patients with a global perspective.  She also has a specialty in Myofascial Release and Mulligan Techniques along with a certification in Selective Functional Movement Assessment.  Utilizing a comprehensive approach with many forms of manual and evaluative techniques, Debbie develops a treatment plan for the whole person understanding the connection along the entire chain.  Debbie feels the best approach to patient care is a collaboration between patient and therapist working together to reach optimal results.