Stacy Carroll is adjunct professor of biology in Anatomy and Physiology courses with a clinical emphasis.
She is eager for this new opportunity to instruct students on the human body, one of God’s most fascinating creations.
She hopes to mentor future health care professionals who will share in our common service to one another.
Education: Carroll holds a B.S. from Middle Tennessee State University (2007) and received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Belmont University (2010).
Courses Taught: BY 2434, BY 2444
Professional Areas of Interest: In addition to teaching duties, Carroll is a licensed, acute physical therapist at Saint Thomas Midtown, a faith-based hospital committed to care and service to the community. In her work, she focuses on evidence-based rehabilitative therapies. Her aim is to provide patients high quality, compassionate care and to help them maximize their functional potential. She has served as a credentialed clinical instructor to physical therapy students in the last two years.
Scholarly Activities: Professional presentation of “The impact of whole body vibration on the latency and amplitude of the Soleus H-reflex” (2009)
Professional Organizations: Stacy is a proud member of the American Physical Therapy Association (2008-present), Tennessee Physical Therapy Association (2008-present), and acute care (2010-present) and neurology sections (2010-2011).
Church: Stacy is a member of Natchez Trace Church of Christ.
Personal: Born to Richard and Sok Sun Carroll. She currently lives in Nashville. When not working, she enjoys yoga and loves spending time with friends and family.