• Faculty

    Dr. Anita Davis currently serves as the Therapy Coordinator for the Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program at Brooks Rehabilitation. She is responsible for designing, implementing and integrating physical therapy in an interdisciplinary team that is focused on treating patients with chronic pain conditions. She supervises support staff and oversees student therapist in the clinic. She also treats pediatric patients with chronic pain issues. She manages a support group for people with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. In addition, she performs off-site ergonomic assessment for Brooks and local customers.

    • Doctorate: Doctorate of Physical Therapy (Transitional) Marymount University
    • Masters: MS in Management Troy State University
    • Bachelors: B.S. in Physical Therapy Medical College of Georgia
    • Residency: Orthopaedic Residency Brooks Rehabilitation
    • Certification: Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist II Back School of Atlanta

    Dr. Davis is a manually trained physical therapist with emphasis on orthopedics. She has specialized in areas of chronic pain, both adult and pediatric. She is especially interested in treating those with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and other neuropathic pain conditions. Dr Davis has recently added aquatic therapy into the treatment approach for such pain conditions. In addition she is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management.

    Dr. Davis has presented to physical therapy students at the University of North Florida. Training topics include chronic pain management, posture and body mechanics, basic orthopedic skills and assessment. Dr. Davis has also taught several continuing education courses to physical therapists, nurses and case managers. Topics include back rehabilitation and training, fibromyalgia, chronic pain management, and complex regional pain syndrome. She is scheduled to present on chronic pain outcomes to the international Aquatic Therapy and Rehabilitation Institute in 2013.