Hannah Arciaga Tulchinsky, PT, DPT, GCS is a dedicated physical therapist and educator of over 13 years. Since graduating with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Northwestern University, Hannah has had the opportunity to help guide patients towards their functional goals in the acute, inpatient acute, and sub-acute rehabilitation settings with her primary patient care interests being geriatrics, acute care, and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. Throughout her career, continuing education and education of others has been a focus. Hannah successfully became a Board-certified Clinical Specialist in Geriatric Physical Therapy in 2014. She has been an active clinical instructor for 12 years and continued her interest for clinical education as a co-Site Coordinator of Clinical Education. Within the past 5 years, Hannah has developed her passion for education by seeking various teaching opportunities as adjunct instructor at local physical therapist assistant programs, clinical adjunct at a Doctor of Physical Therapy program, and now as full-time faculty and Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education at Malcolm X College Physical Therapist Assistant Program. Her work as a physical therapist and educator is exciting and full of reward and challenge. To balance this, Hannah enjoys time with her husband, Daniel, and daughter, Cecilia.