Faculty Development Resident
Office: Box 104002 DUMC
Dr. Ballengee has a passion for educating and learning, specifically in the area of pain management. She has spent the last few years of her clinical practice in the area of self-care management for patients with chronic pain before becoming the newest Duke DPT Faculty Development Resident. Dr. Ballengee is involved with a variety of teaching and learning activities throughout the DPT curriculum and is excited about becoming an educator for future generations of physical therapists.
DPT, Duke University, 2011
BA, Political Science, The Ohio State University, 2005
- PT 616: Foundational Physical Therapy Examination
- PT 617: Foundational Physical Therapy Interventions
- PT 716: Physical Therapy Interventions III
Outpatient orthopedics with a focus on self-care management strategies for patients with chronic pain conditions. Dr. Ballengee uses therapeutic neuroscience education, neuromuscular reeducation, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness-based interventions to support patients in their value-driven goals.
Awards and honors
- RYT-200 Registered yoga teacher, 2015
- APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor, 2013
- STAR Certification for oncology rehabilitation, 2011