Kayla Black, PT, DPT, CSCS

Dr. Kayla Black

Faculty Development Resident

Phone: 919-684-8938 

Office: Box 104002 DUMC

Email: kayla.holz@duke.edu

 

Dr. Black is a physical therapist with a clinical focus in the management of patients with disorders of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems. She is passionate about the physical therapy management of multisystem dysfunction related to aging in patients with chronic health conditions. Dr. Black is interested in the development of cognitive and psychomotor skills in physical therapy students through team based learning activities and simulations. She is involved with various teaching and learning activities within the DPT curriculum and is excited for the educational, research, and service opportunities of the Faculty Development Residency.

Education

DPT, Duke University, 2014
BS, Kinesiology, Arizona State University, 2010

Teaching

PT 617: Foundational Physical Therapy Interventions
PT 623: Cardiopulmonary Patient Management
PT 716: Physical Therapy Interventions III 

Practice

Acute care with specific focus in critical care, cardiovascular and pulmonary physical therapy 

Awards and honors

Outstanding Representative of Community Involvement, Arizona State University, 2010
Magna Cum Laude, Arizona State University, 2010