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Cameron Bassett, PT, DPT, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Cameron Bassett is an Assistant Professor for the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. Dr. Bassett has experience teaching cadaveric anatomy, functional anatomy, history and system screening, Therapeutic exercise, and General practice patterns. His background includes 5 years of teaching in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Lubbock Texas. Dr. Bassett was on the Wellness Committee at University Medical Center in Lubbock Texas.

Dr. Bassett completed a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology and minored in Spanish and Psychology at Brigham Young University - Idaho in Rexburg Idaho. He concurrently enrolled in the Doctor of Physical therapy program and Doctor of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Sciences at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. He completed and received his Doctor of Physical Therapy 2016. He now has successfully defended his dissertation and will graduate with his PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in December 2021.

Since 2016 he has worked as a physical therapist in: Acute care, post-acute care, Inpatient rehabilitation, Outpatient Physical therapy, Aquatic Therapy, and Wound care. Dr. Bassett has a passion for teaching anatomy and believes if you understand your anatomy you can treat any patient. His research interests include neurodynamics and ultrasonography of tissue in situ. He cherishes his wife and 5 kids and is excited for the new adventure Pennsylvania has to offer.