Wayne Woodzell, PT, MPT, MBA, SCS
Partner, Director of Dover Clinic and Physical Therapist
Wayne Woodzell PT, MPT, MBA, SCS earned a Bachelor's degree in Biology in 1997 followed by a Master's degree in Physical Therapy in 2000, both from the University of Delaware. He then completed a one-year sports physical therapy residency in 2001 at the University of Delaware. During the residency Wayne worked with local orthopedic surgeons, the football and lacrosse teams and with the University of Delaware Physical Therapy clinic as a clinical instructor. Wayne's education and sports residency experience enabled him to complete the requirements and examination to become a board certified clinical specialist in sports physical therapy (SCS). Wayne is now recognized by the American Physical Therapy Association as a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy.
Wayne also earned a Master's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Administration from Wilmington College in 2007. He became a site director of an outpatient physical therapy clinic for Christiana Care in 2003 at the Healthcare Center at Christiana and then went on to design, open, and direct a new and successful clinic for Christiana Care Physical Therapy Plus in Dover, DE.
He was nominated by the Governor of Delaware to serve on the State Board of Examiners of Physical Therapists and Athletic trainers in 2008. He was chosen as the only Delegate from Delaware to represent our state in the national meeting of the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy in 2010 and will be representing again in September 2011. He is currently serving as the elected vice chairperson of the Delaware physical therapy licensing board.
Wayne joined the Colonial Rotary in 2008 to become more involved with the community. He has begun a program to help the less fortunate by running a food drive for the Food Bank of Delaware and is currently working with the Dover Interfaith Mission to provide meals to the homeless men of Dover.
Wayne, his wife Rebecca, and their two children, Ryan and Rachel, have lived in the Dover area since 2000.
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