Nicole Viverito, PT, DPT graduated from Midwestern University with a Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2013. After graduation, she was a physical therapist in outpatient orthopedics at Accelerated Rehabilitation Centers for 1.5 years, where she worked with people of all ages with a variety of orthopedic conditions. Nicole has worked at Shriners Hospitals for Children – Chicago since 2013. At Shriners, she has provided physical therapy treatment to the pediatric population with a variety of orthopedic, neurological, and genetic conditions on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Additionally, she earned the beginner and advanced levels for the BSPTS 3-D Treatment of Scoliosis based on principles from C.L. Schroth; and co-developed and implemented an outpatient program at Shriners. Since then, she has participated in research data collection on scoliosis-specific exercises for AIS and presented case studies and in-services on the effects of this method. Since 2016, Nicole has worked in education as an instructor in Triton College’s College of Continuing Education teaching the course, “The Physical Therapy Aide.” Since 2017, she has assisted with the pediatric courses at Midwestern University’s Physical Therapy program as adjunct faculty.