Dr. Cody Thompson

Dr Cody Thompson has been a physical therapist since January 2005. He has spent the majority of his clinical career working with complex geriatric patients in Home Health Physical Therapy. He has served as an educator in his field and as a state-level administrator over healthcare education in the State of Alabama. He currently serves as the online PhD in Health Sciences program director with Faulkner University in Montgomery, AL. Dr Thompson has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and is a student with Calvary Chapel University in the Doctor of Education program. He has been married since 2007, and has four daughters and one son. Hobbies are being outdoors, the beach, exercise, reading, and teaching families how to grow healthier into God’s holistic design.

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Give Us This Day: A 31-Day Devotional for Healthcare Providers Paperback –July 10, 2023 by Dr Cody Thompson (Author)

Peer Reviewed Publications:   

(Published, 2022): “Lifetime Considerations of Return on Investment of Careers in Healthcare”, Journal of Rehabilitation Practices and Research, Author: Cody Thompson, PT, DPT, GCS

(Published, Aug 2022): “Comparison of the Validity of the Timed Up and Go Test (TUG) and Activities-specific Balance Confidence Questionnaire (ABC) to the ‘Gold Standard’ Berg Balance Scale (BBS) in Assessing Fall Risk in the Elderly Population”, Journal of Rehabilitation Practices and Research, Authors: Hunter Leger, SPT, Reagan Tittle, SPT, Sankela Dowdell, SPT, Cody Thompson, PT, DPT, GCS

(Published, September 2020): “Rehabilitation Considerations for Post-Surgical Patients During the COVID-19 Crisis”, Annals of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy, Author: Cody Thompson, PT, DPT, GCS

(Published March 2020): “Differential Diagnosis and Clinical Decision Making in Physical Therapy: Case Report of a Complex Cardiac Patient”, Journal of Rehabilitation Practices and Research, Author: Cody Thompson, PT, DPT, GCS

Peer Review and Editorial Board Service:

Journal of Rehabilitation Practices and Research (Editorial Review Board, articles x 3)

“Interprofessional Collaborations: Delivering Quality Home Care Services to Patients Who are Elderly” (reviewed 2021)

Annals of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy (Editoral Review Board)