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Patrick Tino - Bio



Patrick Tino, PT, DPT, has been working in healthcare since 1990. He is the owner of ‘PT Rehabilitation, Consulting, & Education, LLC’ which allows him the privilege of contracting with an array of home health agencies, outpatient clinics, and ALF centers across Tampa Bay, Florida. He is also a Part-Time Faculty at South University’s PTA Program where he is the lead instructor in Pathophysiology, Therapeutic Exercise & Orthopedic Applications, and Habilitation/Rehabilitation. He also assists in lab in Advanced Hab/Rehab, Modalities, and Tests & Measures. Pat is also on staff at Tampa General Hospital (TGH) where he works in the Acute Care setting alongside his many colleagues who are affiliated with the University of South Florida’s Medical School and Residency Programs. One of Pat’s most memorable and rewarding accomplishments was conceiving, establishing, and monitoring the development of a hospital-based outpatient center Vestibular Rehabilitation program early in his career.

Pat holds an AAS in Physical Therapy Assisting from Broome Community College, a BS in Biological Science from Barry University, and an MPT and DPT from Nova Southeastern University. He has also earned his Clinical Competency Certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Susan Herdman’s Program at Emory University. He regularly serves as a student preceptor for surgical observation through Florida Orthopaedic Institute (FOI) at Tampa General Hospital. In addition to his very active and busy clinical practice and teaching duties, Pat also regularly attends clinical education courses across the Nation on topics ranging from orthopedic, neurologic, and cardiovascular in an effort to better teach his patients and students.

When Pat is not working he enjoys spending time with his wife and 3 children in Tampa Bay and also visiting his extended family and friends back up in his hometown in upstate New York.