Shantia Warren, DPT | Department of Physical Therapy
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Adjunct Professor

Dr. Shantia Warren earned a bachelor of science in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology in 2002 from Emory University. She continued to pursue her goals earning a doctorate in Physical Therapy from North Georgia University (in consortium with Medical College of Georgia) in 2009. Dr. Warren offers a diversity of knowledge due to her experience in various healthcare settings across the United States including Georgia, Florida, California, and D.C. During her fourteen years of service to physical therapy clients, she has specialized in outpatient therapy, aquatic therapy, acute care/ICU, inpatient rehab, and skilled nursing facilities. She also recently earned her certification in the Casley-Smith method of Complex Lymphatic Therapy.

In 2021, she accepted a position as adjunct professor at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Warren currently educates second-year physical therapy students on therapeutic interventions they will apply during their clinical rotations and as future physical therapists.


  • Doctor of Physical Therapy


  • PT 714AG (Clinical Interventions II)
  • PT 714BG (Clinical Interventions III)