Ebert, Jeffrey G.
Jeffrey G. Ebert
Clinical Assistant Professor
Dr. Jeffrey Ebert is a clinical assistant professor of physical therapy for the Department of Physical Therapy in the College of Health Professions. He joined the faculty in 2013. He received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Creighton University after completing his Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Augustana University.
Dr. Ebert is a board-certified specialist in orthopaedic physical therapy with nearly 15 years of clinical experience treating patients with musculoskeletal conditions, including several years managing a busy, multi-disciplinary rehabilitation department in a level I trauma center. He continues to see patients in the department's on-site physical therapy clinic.
Dr. Ebert’s current teaching responsibilities include leading the musculoskeletal course series and teaching physical therapy examination principles, biomechanics, movement analysis, and gait.
His current research area of interest lies in facilitating advancement of student psychomotor performance through self- and peer-reflection, which he has presented at the state and national levels.
He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia and is currently serving his second term as a delegate to the House of Delegates of the APTA.