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John Carzoli

John Carzoli

Assistant Professor, Associate Department Head

College of Health and Human Sciences

Physical Therapy

Contact Information

Email: jacarzoli@wcu.edu
Phone: 828.227.2268
Office: 103A Biltmore Park Building
Pronouns: he, his, him

Biography

Dr. Carzoli joined the Department of Physical Therapy at WCU in 2012, and currently serves as the associate department head. He chairs the departmental curriculum committee and plays an active role in teaching and learning initiatives in the College of Health and Human Sciences as a founding member of the Health Educators Academy. His practice expertise is in musculoskeletal health, prevention, and health promotion.<br><br><b>What do you love the most about being a Catamount?</b> <br> Western Carolina University is a special place in that our first and most important priority is to facilitate learner success throughout their academic preparation and well beyond. We are also very fortunate to be located in a great community that has an abundance of natural environmental wonders to explore.

Education

  • DPT, Washington University
  • DIP, Other Foreign Institution, Higher Education
  • MPT, Medical College of Georgia
  • BS, Auburn University Main Campus, Zoology

Teaching Interests

Dr. Carzoli's teaching responsibilities including serving as the primary instructor for PT 930 - Health Promotion and Wellness; PT 817 and PT 818 - Movement System Examination I & II; PT 815 - Health Screening and Diagnostics; PT 899 Doctoral Projects; PT 920 Capstone Course. He also serves as the course coordinator for PT 932 - Applied Pharmacology and PT 814 - Care of Select Populations.

Research Interests

Dr. Carzoli’s areas of scholarship include investigating musculoskeletal health issues and community health promotion in migrant and seasonal agricultural workers, the scholarship of teaching and learning in the health sciences including the development of clinical reasoning abilities in physical therapy learners, and hybridizing the delivery of health education in client care.

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