Anita Davis serves as a Physical Therapist focused in Orthopedics and Chronic Pain. Among her various responsibilities, she evaluates and treats patients with complex, chronic pain conditions as well as educates and trains therapists in application of Psychologically Informed Physical Therapy skills.
Doctorate of Physical Therapy (Transitional) Marymount University
Masters in Management Troy State University
Bachelors in Physical Therapy Medical College of Georgia
Residency: Orthopaedic Residency Brooks Rehabilitation
Certification: Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist II Back School of Atlanta
Academy of Integrative Pain Management: Credentialed Diplomate 2014
Access to an online telerehabilitatation exercise program post-discharge from a comprehensive pain management program: Patient acceptance and impact on outcome sustainability and return to opioid use.
Several presentations for:
-American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
-Aquatic Therapy Rehabilitation Institute Brooks Rehabilitation IHL
-Florida Physical Therapy Association, Telehealth and Technology Special Interest Group – Secretary since 2018
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Association: Support group leader since 2016
Awarded Florida Physical Therapy Association Linda Crane Grant for Research – 2017