Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab; Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology; Medical Terminology; Intro to Health Sciences; Neurodisease Course; and Therapeutic Exercise II
Recertification as Certified Geriatric Specialist, 2006
M.S. Health Education, Florida Gulf Coast University, 2005
Certified Geriatric Specialist, American Physical Therapy Association, 1996
B.S. Physical Therapy, Marquette University, 1966
Awards & Recognitions:
- Peak Performance Award, Lee County Business Association, 2007
- Doc Coggins Award for Excellence, Lee Memorial Health System, 2006
- Parkinson Educational Manuals, 2009
- Co-presenter in video: Parkinson’s Disease & Activities of Daily Living with John Argue, 2008
- Article: “Recreational and activity staff play vital role in the care of late-stage Parkinson’s disease,” published in Activity Directors Quarterly: Summer 2007 issue
- Falls Prevention Workbook and video, 2006
A full-time faculty member since 2013, Professor Jeanne Csuy is an assistant professor in the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Hodges University. Csuy is also a physical therapist with multiple years of clinical experience.
With a longstanding career in physical therapy, her professional work experience includes serving as the staff therapist, director of physical therapy and rehabilitation coordinator at Cedar Haven Rehabilitation Center from 1986-1992; district physical therapist for Antigo School District; rehabilitation services manager to Eastview Medical and Rehabilitation Center in Wisconsin; and physical therapist with Lee Health Systems.
As a graduate assistant at Florida Gulf Coast University, she worked in the Center for Positive Aging in Port Charlotte, providing physical therapy programming for dementia patients and their caregivers. From 2003-2009, she served as the outreach coordinator for the Lee Parkinson Program with the National Parkinson Foundation before becoming the program coordinator for Hope Parkinson Program in Fort Myers.
Most recently, she was the physical therapist in an outpatient clinic in Cape Coral.
In her free time, Csuy enjoys golfing, reading, sewing, spending time with her family and participating in community Parkinson programs.