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About Philip Fabrizio

Dr. Fabrizio is an associate professor in the Department of Physical Therapy. He joined the faculty at PCOM Georgia in April 2018.

Dr. Fabrizio has a diverse background in healthcare and education spanning 30 years. He has clinical experience in wellness, orthopedics, ergonomics and dry needling. He has teaching experience in gross, clinical, and applied anatomy.

His research interests include anatomic studies to examine anatomic structure, function, innervation patterns and variations, as well as the scholarship of teaching and learning in anatomy education and student experiences. Research projects often stem from student driven inquiries and he promotes and encourages students to take the lead in answering their own questions through the research process.

Dr. Fabrizio is a Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist (CEAS) and Certified in Integrative Dry Needling (CIDN).


2018 - Present Associate Professor of Physical Therapy, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Department of Physical Therapy


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Professional Service and Affiliations

Member, American Association of Anatomists
Member, American Association of Clinical Anatomists
Member, American Physical Therapy Association
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Honors and Awards

  • American Association of Anatomists-Anatomy Laboratory Collaboration Visiting Scholarship Program, 2012
  • Research Award, Physical Therapy Association of Georgia, 2011
  • Excellence in Scholarship Award, University of St. Augustine for the Health Sciences, 2019
  • PCOM Georgia Innovative Teacher of the Year, 2019


  • Clinical Neuroscience I
  • Clinical Exercise Science and Wellness
  • Clinical Anatomy for Physical Therapists


2019 EdD, University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences
2008 DPT, Marymount University ‐ Physical Therapy
1994 MPT, Duquesne University ‐ Physical Therapy
1987 MS, University of Pittsburgh ‐ Exercise Physiology

Contact Information

P: 770-682-2307


Scholarly Articles (13)

Conferences and Presentations (11)