Kim Rutherford, PT, DSc, COMT
Dr. Rutherford obtained her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy (MPT) from the University of Missouri and her Doctorate of Science (DSc) in Physical Therapy from Texas Tech University. Her post-graduate doctoral work included an emphasis in education, with a specialization in orthopedic rehabilitation and a certification in orthopedic manipulative therapy (COMT). Dr. Rutherford has worked in a variety of clinical settings managing sports medicine, orthopedic, and neurological patients, in addition to administrative and academic roles.
Dr. Rutherford joins us as the Vice President of Education and Professional Services. Her role includes the evaluation, development, and management of AIB education programs. Dr. Rutherford collaborates with private, corporate, and academic organizations to deliver the most current and scientifically robust clinical information through workshops, online education, and corporate training programs.
In addition to her role in education, Dr. Rutherford plays an integral part in the Partner in Balance Program. She is involved in strategic planning and practice development for clinics/businesses looking to build or expand vestibular and balance services.