Dr. John Hunt
B.S. in Physical Education with emphasis in Sports Medicine, Ferrum College 1994
M.S. in Athletic Training, Shenandoah University 2004
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Shenandoah University 2004
Professional Clinical Experience: I began my career with University Physical Therapy in Blacksburg, VA. Although it was a general orthopedic clinic the majority of my patient’s were recovering from sports medicine related injuries. During those 3 years I also provided athletic training coverage for a local high school in the evenings. Following my time with UPT I opened my own Orthopedic PT clinic and continued to provide athletic training coverage for a local high school. Since transitioning to education 5 years ago I’ve remained active in both professions working part-time as a PT and athletic trainer. I also provide industrial consulting services when I have the available time.
I’ve been a full time faculty member at Shenandoah University since 2007 in the Entry Level Master’s of Science in Athletic Training Program. The primary courses that I’ve taught include Upper/Lower Quarter Functional Anatomy, and Upper/Lower Quarter Therex. For the past 3 years I’ve served as the Clinical Education Coordinator. I’ve also been an adjunct in the DPT program for 5 years in the Upper Quarter Musculoskeletal course, and in the Human Anatomy Cadaver Lab.
Injury Prevention Screening Tools for baseball players, hip/core activation patterns in overhead athletes, scapular stabilization in overhead athletes
I’ve been happily married for 18 years and my wife and I have 2 children ages 14 and 9. I enjoy running, circuit training, and playing/coaching athletics. My greatest joy is simply spending time with my family. I also enjoy various volunteer activities and remain active with the local United Way as well as the Recreation Department.