Kenda Fuller, PT, NCS is a co-owner since 2002. ABPTS certified as a Neurological Specialist since 1990; she began her practice in 1979 after graduation from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Her first introduction to physical therapy was in the rehabilitation setting, and she has followed that interest through work in a community setting at Lutheran Hospital, Harvard University Affiliated: Brigham and Woman’s Hospital in Boston and University of Colorado Hospital. She has been active with the APTA over the span of years, leading through work on legislative committees, as president of APTA/Colorado and involvement with policy making as Colorado’s chief delegate.
She was instrumental in establishment of the Stroke Special Interest Group and was chosen as the first chairman. Teaching has been a strong component of Kenda’s practice, with affiliations at University of Colorado, Regis University and Rocky Mountain University. Teaching has taken her around the world as a consultant to NeuroCom International. But her favorite place for teaching is face to face with the patient. In return, she has learned so much from her patients. Kenda is also co-editor of the textbook, Pathology: Implications for the Physical Therapist.