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Aimee Perron


Assistant Clinical Professor

Physical Therapy, Human Movement, and Rehabilitation Sciences


Aimee E. Perron is currently an Assistant Professor and Associate Director of Clinical Education at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. She earned her MS in Physical Therapy from Boston University, and DPT from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions. As a physical therapist with 27 years of experience in the post-acute environment, Dr. Perron has been a leader and advocate for students in this clinical setting. Dr. Perron is passionate and committed to clinical excellence using evidence-based and client-centered practices. She serves as a clinical leader and academic instructor and strives to inspire colleagues and students to be strong advocates to ensure patients have access to care they need and are able to achieve meaningful outcomes. Dr. Perron is dedicated to life-long learning and through this commitment; she has achieved American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) board certification Specialist in Neurological PT and is a Certified Expert for the Aging Adult. . Dr. Perron has presented nationally, internationally and at previous APTA CSM conferences on a variety of clinical topics related to the post-acute care arena, and geriatric and neurological PT practice. Dr. Perron is actively engaged in the Academies of Neurologic Physical Therapy (ANPT) as member of ANPT Practice Committee, and co-chair of ANPT Telehealth Taskforce. Additionally, Dr. Perron currently is the APTA of MA Southeastern District Chief Assembly Representative and represents the State of Massachusetts at the national level as a Delegate for APTA’s House of Delegates.