Dr. Rebecca Crouch has practiced cardiovascular and pulmonary physical therapy in the acute care and outpatient rehabilitation settings, and was a founding member and director of the Duke University pulmonary rehabilitation outpatient program for 30 years. She is now an assistant professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Campbell University, and her clinical practice is in acute care at Duke.
She has written numerous publications and given presentations in the areas of pulmonary rehabilitation, oxygen management for physical therapists, evaluation and exercise for the cardiopulmonary transplant and medical pulmonary populations, and outcomes measurement. Dr. Crouch has been involved in several professional organizations, including the American Physical Therapy Association (Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Section), American Thoracic Society (state and national), and the American Association of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention.
Dr. Crouch is a business partner in PT Cardiopulmonary Educators, a webinar-based educational service, and is CEO of Cardiopulmonary Therapy Resources, a cardiopulmonary consulting business.
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