Dr. Marcey Keefer Hutchison is a clinical associate professor in the DPT program and will be teaching across the musculoskeletal continuum. Her research is focused on the use of diagnostic ultrasound to explore foot and ankle morphology and pathology with publications that include work on barefoot exercise and ankle fractures.
Keefer Hutchison holds a master of science in Physical Therapy from Pacific University, a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Northeastern University, and has been a practicing clinician for more than 29 years. Keefer Hutchison is a founding faculty member of the George Fox University School of Physical Therapy where she was the lead instructor in the DPT musculoskeletal courses since 2012. Her clinical career has included directing a private practice orthopedic and sports medicine clinic in Keizer, Oregon for fourteen years. She also managed the athletic training program for the Salem-Keizer School District. Her experience in sports medicine includes medical coverage for the Cascade Half Marathon, U.S. National Figure Skating Championships, the Women’s Pro-Beach Volleyball Tour and numerous Oregon School Activities Association events.
Keefer Hutchison is a member of The American Physical Therapy Association, American Physical Therapy Association - Oreogn and the Daughters of Hawaii. She serves as co-leader for the Foot and Ankle Special Interest Group task force on the development of fellowship practice for the foot and ankle. Keefer Hutchison has been a board-certified Sports Clinical Specialist since 2015.