Kate Devalerio
IHL Role:
Dr. Devalerio currently serves as a clinical mentor for the Brooks IHL Pediatric Residency program, and is a Pediatric physical therapist in our outpatient division at Brooks Rehabilitation.
Education & Training:

Bachelor’s: Bachelor of Science degree – University of Florida, 2006
Doctorate: Doctor of Physical Therapy degree – University of North Florida, 2010
Residency: Graduate of the Brooks IHL Neurologic Residency, 2011
Certification: Board Certified Pediatric Specialist, 2016

Areas of Interest:
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Teaching Activities:

Dr. DeValerio has presented CEU level course work for the Brooks IHL as well as at the FPTA Spring conference. Additionally, she teaches in the Pediatric Residency Program.

Educational Material:

Sulikowski J, Irvine S, DeValerio K, Carlson J. (2007). Age, growth and maturity of the roundel skate, Raja texana, from the Gulf of Mexico, USA. Marine and Freshwater Research – MAR FRESHWATER RES. 58. 10.1071/MF06048.