Alycia Markowski, Northeastern University

Alycia Markowski


Clinical Professor

Physical Therapy, Human Movement, and Rehabilitation Sciences


Dr. Markowski is a certified orthopedic specialist and fellow of the American Academy of Manual Physical Therapists.  She earned her BSPT and tDPT at Northeastern University, Boston, MA and earned a Masters in Manipulative Physiotherapy and University of Queensland, Australia. Recently she earned a certificate in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound. Presently a Clinical Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences at Northeastern University, she is a primary instructor for entry level and advanced musculoskeletal courses and Diagnostic Imaging. Alycia is also on faculty for Northeastern College of Professional Studies. Her research focuses on the role of wellness in PT and the scholarship of teaching and learning to include ultrasound imaging and evidence informed practice resulting in multiple international and national presentations and publications. She is active in the APTA, AAOMPT, IFOMPT serving on committees, attending and presenting at conferences. Alycia is on the board of directors for Heroes in Transition a non-for-profit that supports veterans and families. She encourages students to join her as she coordinates and volunteers medical care for Ruck4HIT Cape Cod and massage for the Pan Mass Challenge.