Paige Thomas, PT-MSR, NCS, MHA


Paige Thomas, PT-MSR, NCS, MHA

Outpatient Therapy Manager,
Daniel Drake Center for Post Acute Care









Brief Biography

Paige received her undergraduate degrees in Biology and Exercise Science from the College of Charleston in Charleston SC and received her physical therapy degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2002. She also completed a Master of Health Administration degree from Ohio University in 2012.

She is currently the Manager of Outpatient Therapy, Aquatics-Wellness & Cardiac-Pulmonary Rehab at UC Health-Daniel Drake Center in Cincinnati OH.

Prior to that she was employed as a physical therapist at the Medical University of South Carolina where she received her neurological clinical specialist certification (NCS) and was the center coordinator of clinical education. Paige has a strong passion in working with those who have neurological impairments and is an advocate for those living with ALS disease.

Robotic Exoskeletons and Rehabilitation

As technology continues to evolve, so does therapeutic rehabilitation for persons with neurological impairments. Collaborations between engineers and clinicians are expanding the realm of opportunities for those living with disabilities. Robotic exoskeletons are one example that are now providing individuals with the ability to regain ambulation and provide therapists with enhanced tools to achieve it.