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About Deborah Constantine

Dr. Constantine is a transplant from New York by way of Seabrook, Maryland and Miami, Florida. She is married to Edward and they have two adult sons, Adam and Paul. Her chosen profession is also her passion and the fulfillment of a childhood dream in which she fully embraces the APTA vision statement, “Transforming society by optimizing movement to improve the human experience.”

She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2016 and as a Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist, she applies her skill and expertise by conducting presentations, educational sessions and courses on various topics related to older adults. Her newest clinical interests for the elderly of all activity levels include Fall Prevention Awareness and Intervention as well as Posture Awareness. As part of her vision to impact older adults, she started a Geriatric Student Interest Group where physical therapy students have the opportunity to interact with and educate older adults in the community. In an effort to remain current and relevant in the clinical realm, she additionally works part time as a practicing clinician in Home Health and in Outpatient physical therapy.

When not teaching Geriatric content in the Doctoral Program at Campbell University, Dr. Constantine enjoys reading, watching college sports and mentoring young women to accomplish their goals and dreams. She attempts to use every opportunity to minister to others believing in her favorite verse, “Give and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”


Present Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy, Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences


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Professional Service and Affiliations

1981 - Present Member, American Physical Therapy Association
2018 Member, NCPTA Fall Conference Proposal Review Committee
2003 Chair, NC Scholarship and Loan Committee, APTA
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  • DPT 788, Clinical Reasoning 3
  • DPT 786, Special Populations (Course Instructor)
  • DPT 784, Clinical Reasoning II (Lab Instructor)
  • DPT 782, Lifespan Continuum III Geriatrics
  • DPT 780, Lifespan Continuum II Geriatric
  • DPT 778, Lifespan Continuum III Adult
  • DPT 776, Lifespan Continuum II Adult
  • DPT 766, Therapeutic Exercises II (Lab Instructor)
  • DPT 764, Clinical Reasoning I (Lab Instructor)
  • DPT 758, Neurology Practice (Lab Instructor)
  • DPT 752, Tests and Measures (Lab Instructor)
  • DPT 750, Lifespan Continuum I (Course Coordinator)


2016 Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ‐ Physical Therapy
1998 M.S., University of Indianapolis ‐ Physical Therapy
1981 B.S., University of Maryland at Baltimore ‐ Physical Therapy