Stefany Shaibi earned her doctor of physical therapy degree from the University of Southern California where she was the recipient of the prestigious Golden Cane Award. Dr. Shaibi is double board certified by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in both orthopedics and geriatrics. She is an assistant clinical professor of Physical Therapy at Northern Arizona University where she teaches courses in Musculoskeletal and Orthopedic Evaluation as well as Geriatric Care. Her research is focused on the relationship between knee osteoarthritis and instability in the elderly with a second line of research examining the utility of standardized patients to facilitate physical therapy education. Dr. Shaibi is committed to providing physical therapy services to vulnerable populations and volunteers her time and supervises students at the St. Vincent de Paul Medical and Dental Clinic in Phoenix, AZ.
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