Colleen Coulter




Adjunct Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine
Title 2: 
Team Leader Limb Deficiency Program Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Office Location: 
CHOA 200
Emory University


Dr. Coulter is a Board Certified Pediatric Clinical Specialist through the APTA practicing in the field of pediatrics for 38 years. For the past 28 years, Dr. Coulter has worked alongside orthotists and prosthetists in the Orthotics and Prosthetics Department at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. She is the team leader for the Limb Deficiency Program and has taught and lectured on topics relating to development and limb deficiencies in children. Dr. Coulter also serves as the physical therapist in the Cranial Remolding and Scoliosis Programs at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta The focus of one of her studies is the effect of torticollis on the skull, posture and movement. For the past 8 years, she has joined the Children’s team teaching the MSP&O students at GA Tech and is involved in the clinical rotations of the GA Tech MSO&P students and physical therapy students on clinical affiliations at Children’s. She is an adjunct assistant professor at Emory University Department of Physical Therapy.