Pamela Scarborough PT, DPT, MS, CWS, FAAWC

Director of Clinical Education & Fellowship Program

Pamela has been drawn to healthcare since her teenage years. Her journey in physical therapy has been fulfilling, providing opportunities in Orthopedics, including Sports Medicine, Total Joint and Spine care, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Geriatric physical therapy, and Wound Management. Pamela specialized in Wound Management with her Certified Wound Specialist (CWS) designation 24 years ago and has had an incredibly rewarding career providing wound care to patients, as well as teaching and mentoring clinicians in the specialty of wound management. She has supported all healthcare professionals in acquiring their Board Certifications as wound specialists.

In addition, Pamela was credentialed for 20 years as a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE), having a deep interest in diabetes prevention and management, understanding its connection to multiple health issues, including hard-to-heal wounds.

Outside of work, Pamela enjoys music, dance, yoga, Pilates, reading, and spending time with animals and people. When not traveling, she relishes a quiet life in the Texas Hill Country with her husband, Gregory Dean, and her beloved feline companions, Blackfeet and Mister Kitty.



Texas Woman’s University, Bachelor of Science (BS) – Physical Therapy

University of North Texas, Master of Science (MS) Exercise Physiology/Prevention and Wellness

University of Montana, Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)