Dominique Tull
IHL Role:
Dr. Dominique Tull currently serves as an Orthopaedic Residency Mentor for the Brooks Institute of Higher Learning.

Dr. Tull is a Physical Therapist currently working for the Brooks Outpatient division at the Health Care Plaza. He was born in Nashville, TN and began his educational career at the University of Alabama at Birmingham where he attained his Bachelors in Psychology. Dominique decided to pursue a career in Physical Therapy following his time interning under Dr. Edward Taub, PhD and Dr. David Morris PT, DPT where he assisted in treatment of stroke patients utilizing Constraint Induced Therapy. Dominique then attended Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University to complete his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2018. He transitioned on to Brooks Rehabilitation where he first completed their Orthopaedic Residency program and continued on to the Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship Program. Dominique has a passion for education and hopes to one day use his residency and fellowship training to impact the quality of education at HBCU DPT programs.

Education & Training:

Bachelors in Psychology, University of Alabama at Birmingham (2014)
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (2018)
Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (2019)
Fellow, American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (2021)

Areas of Interest:

Dr. Tull specializes in Craniofacial/Cervical Pain, Foot and Ankle, and Chronic Pain/Psychologically Informed Physical Therapy.

Academic & Professional Activities:

Brooks Rehabilitation Equity and Diversity Council Member

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