Jamie Greco, PT, DPT
Director of Clinical Education
Dr. Greco began her physical therapy career in 1993 after graduating with a BS in Physical Therapy from Ithaca College. Her early clinical practice primarily encompassed treatment of the adult neurological population while working first as a staff and, later, a Senior Physical Therapist at Helen Hayes Hospital. She also gained diverse experiences through clinical rotations in aquatics, traumatic brain injury, burns and orthopedic trauma, practicing in both inpatient and outpatient settings in New York and North Carolina. In 1996, she joined the staff at Duke University Medical Center, Lenox Baker Children's Hospital focusing her clinical practice on inpatient pediatric rehabilitation. She returned to Long Island in 1999 where she continued her pediatric practice in early intervention, preschool and school-based settings. Currently, she maintains an active caseload working with infants and toddlers through the Suffolk County Department of Health Early Intervention Program.
Dr. Greco joined the Physical Therapy Program at Stony Brook University in 2010 as an adjunct instructor for several courses in the entry-level DPT curriculum. She completed her t-DPT degree at Stony Brook University in June 2012, earning the Award for General Excellence. Currently, Dr. Greco is a Clinical Assistant Professor and the primary instructor of Biophysical Agents Physical Therapy, and Growth and Development across the Lifespan. She also assists in pediatric courses and serves as a faculty mentor in Case Study courses. In 2013, Dr. Greco became one of the Directors of Clinical Education. In this role she is s responsible for the administration and coordination of the four clinical practice courses in the DPT curriculum. Dr. Greco is currently pursuing her EdD in Health Sciences Education at the University of St. Augustine.
Dr. Greco is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and has served as the New York State representative for the Academy of Pediatrics. In this role, she advocated for pediatric physical therapy and served as a liaison between pediatric academy members and the NYPTA. Dr. Greco is also the recording secretary for the Long Island District of the NYPTA and has attended Lobby Day and Delegate Assembly. Dr. Greco is an active member of the NY/NJ Clinical Education Consortium. Her scholarly interests are in clinical education, biophysical agents and pediatrics.
Greco J, Lamberg EM, McKenna RF & Muratori LM. (2018). Trends in availability and usage of biophysical agents among physical therapists in the United States. Phys Ther Rev. 1-8.
Greco J, Lamberg E. (2018, Feb) Trends in biophysical agents: Curriculum In entry level Doctor of Physical Therapy programs across the United States. Poster presentation, APTA Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Greco J, Conroy C, Cesiro J, Selkowitz D. (2017, Feb) Biophysical agents: Linking the clinic, classroom and current evidence. Education session at APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Antonio TX.
Greco J, Sniffen JM, Lamberg EM, Martino S, McKenna R, Zou C, Muratori LM. (2016, Feb) Cognitive-motor interference in typically developing children: how much is too much? Poster session at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, Pediatrics Section, Anaheim, CA.
Greco J, Muratori L. (2016, Oct). Current trends in modality usage and clinicians’ perceptions of importance in physical therapy clinical practice and DPT curriculum. Poster session at the American Physical Therapy Association Educational Leadership Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
Greco J. (2016, Feb). Current trends in modality usage and clinicians’ perceptions of importance in physical therapy clinical practice and DPT curriculum. Platform session at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, The Academy for Clinical Electrophysiology and Wound Management, Anaheim, CA.
Greco J & Cesiro J. (2016, Nov). An ebook for a biophysical agents course for DPT students: An alternative to the powerpoint presentation and a window to more active learning. Grant awarded by Teaching and Learning Enhancements with New Technology (TALENT) Project at Stony Brook University. Award: $3000.