Sandra Eskew Capps, PT, DPT, MHEd
Sandra Eskew Capps, PT, DPT, MHEd has experience as a clinical generalist as a physical therapist assistant (since 1981) and a physical therapist (since 1989), with a focus in geriatric post-acute rehab and home health care. Roles and experiences have included patient care, program development, management, and leadership positions.
Sandy has been actively involved with physical therapist assistant and physical therapist education in Georgia for over 20 years, including serving as teaching faculty and Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education for physical therapist and physical therapist assistant programs. She is an active member of the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia and has served on the Georgia State Board of Physical Therapy Licensure, including a term as President.
She has been involved with development and presentation of the Ethics and Georgia Jurisprudence program since the inception of the PT Board’s requirement for education in this topic.
Sandy is the co-founder and director of IP Collaborative, a small start-up company to provide interprofessional resources, support for clinical education programs, and customized professional development services.