Linda Schultheiss
April 03, 2017

Ms. Schultheiss graduated Cum Laude from Georgia State University in 1982 with a degree in physical therapy. She did graduate work at New York University and Old Dominion University as well. Ms. Schultheiss has 21 years experience treating the pediatric population and is certified in Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT). She has done extensive continuing education in the area of pediatrics including advanced courses in NDT. Ms. Schultheiss has treated children in a variety of setting ranging from a Children’s Hospital (including the neonatal intensive care unit) to outpatient clinics, early intervention and the school system. She has lectured throughout the United States on the Management of the Pediatric Foot and Ankle and the Treatment of Children with Cerebral Palsy. Ms. Schultheiss is the author of several articles on Normal Development and has written a home study course on Therapeutic Management of the Lower Extremity in the Neurologically Involved Child. Ms. Schultheiss has been treating children with Special Needs Pediatric Physical Therapy for the last eight years providing superior quality of care to the children in the practice.