The Tennessee Physical Therapy Association has awarded physical therapist Carol Maupin-Wheelock its 2011 Outstanding Service Award. The award honors and distinguishes TPTA physical therapists for dedication, hard work and service to the TPTA through attendance and participation in continuing education and state meetings, contributions in the fields of teaching, research and publishing, and contributions to their community and other health related organizations.
Maupin-Wheelock has served as a guest lecturer for Walters State Community College Physical Therapy Assistant School and as adjunct faculty member at East Tennessee State University and Tennessee State University’s Physical Therapy School. She served as chair of the Tennessee Physical Therapy Board of Examiners from 1997 to 2003, as a Tennessee Delegate for American Physical Therapy Association for three years, and as the Tennessee Delegate for the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy for six years. She has also been a national speaker and national workshop facilitator for FSBPT.
Maupin-Wheelock practices outpatient physical therapy with a concentration in orthopedic conditions. She carries a certification in McKenzie spinal evaluation and treatment.