• Faculty
    • IHL Role: Continuing Education Course Instructor, Neurologic Residency Program Faculty
    • Employer: Brooks Rehabilitation
    • Email: Geoff.Willard@Brooksrehab.org

    Dr. Geoff Willard currently serves as a mentor and course instructor for the Neurologic PT Residency Program at Brooks Rehabilitation, as well as practicing as an outpatient therapist at the Mandarin clinic. His responsibilities include providing mentorship in both clinical and didactic environments, while teaching continuing education courses in Stroke and Vestibular Rehabilitation.  After completing his training in the Brooks Neurologic PT Residency in 2013, he obtained his board-certification as a Neurologic Clinical Specialist in 2014.  He is an LSVT BIG certified clinician, an APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor, and has completed the Vestibular Rehabilitation Competency Course at Emory University. He has also served as adjunct faculty with the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences since 2013. 

    Neurologic Residency
    Brooks Rehabilitation

    Doctor of Physical Therapy
    University of Saint Augustine for Health Sciences

    Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
    Loyola University New Orleans

    Dr. Willard’s obtained his board-certification as a Neurologic Clinical Specialist in 2014.  His clinical specialization is in Neurologic Physical Therapy with a particular interest in the Vestibular, Stroke, and Spinal Cord Injury populations.

    Dr. Willard has instructed case-based learning classes in the Neurologic PT Residency on Vestibular Rehabilitation.  He has been adjunct faculty with the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences since 2013, where he has led didactic and psychomotor coursework on Neurologic Examination & Intervention, as well as Spinal Cord Injury rehabilitation.  He has also been a guest lecturer at the University of North Florida DPT curriculum on Vestibular Rehabilitation examination and intervention.

    Dr. Willard has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2008 and the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy since 2011.  He is a member of the Vestibular, Stroke, and Spinal Cord Injury Special Interest Groups.  He has presented a poster presentation at the Combined Sections Meeting for the APTA.