Seth Kress is an instructor and Co-Director of Clinical Education at Midwestern University’s PT Program, received his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University in 2001 and his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2019 from Rosalind Franklin University. Mr. Kress has over 17 years of experience at Loyola Universtiy Medical Center, an outpatient hospital based setting, treating patients with orthopedic, vestibular, amputation and neurological diagnoses. He was involved with the development of a concussion rehabilitation program at Loyola and has experience in the clinical management of physical therapists and as a SCCE. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, including the Education and Orthopedic Sections and is a credentialed clinical instructor. Mr. Kress is an active member of the IPTA and holds multiple positions within the IPTA including being the Academic Vice Chair of the Clinical Education Special Interest Group. His research interests include clinical education, professionalism of DPT students, concussion rehabilitation, sports physical therapy including rehabilitation of the throwing athletes and golf rehabilitation.