Wil Kolb

Interprofessional Conference on Complex Pain

Dr. Kolb earned the Masters of Physical Therapy from Old Dominion University in 1996 and practiced in a variety of settings (Acute, Outpatient Ortho-Neuro, Pain Management, Wound Care) before returning to school and completing the Clinical Doctorate (DPT) in 2012 from Regis University, followed by board certification in Orthopedics in 2013 and the Fellowship in Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (FAAOMPT) in 2014.

Currently Dr. Kolb teaches as full time faculty for the Radford University Doctor of Physical Therapy program as an associate professor including content areas of orthopedics, complex case management & health policy. His research interests include Knowledge Translation, Clinical Decision Making, Spinal Manipulation and Lower Extremity Joint Replacement. He has received grant funding for Implementation of Evidence-Based Physical Therapy Practice Guidelines for Low Back Pain from Carilion Clinic of Roanoke, Virginia. Dr. Kolb has presented nationally for the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections meeting and regionally for the Virginia Chapter of APTA (VPTA).