Clinical Associate Professor
Director of Clinical Education
Ann Wilson, a board certified clinical specialist in geriatrics, teaches courses in geriatrics and clinical education, and is responsible for the operation of Puget Sound’s physical therapy clinic. She also has taught in the areas of basic physical therapy procedures, cardiopulmonary physical therapy, physical agents and electrotherapy, and tissue dynamics, including wound care. She has clinical experience in acute care hospitals and home health centers, covering all areas of physical therapy. She has a special interest in falls prevention in older adults. Wilson has published work in the Journal of Burn Care and Rehabilitation, Journal of Physical Therapy Education, Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, American Journal of Occupational Therapy, Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy, and Acute Care Perspectives. Book chapters include the co-written “Physical Therapy Agents,” in Bonica’s Management of Pain (4th edition, 2010).
B.S., University of Puget Sound, 1989; M.Ed., University of Washington, 1994