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About Kaitlin Nuthall, DPT

Katie Nuthall, DPT, is a licensed physical therapist who specializes in neurological conditions, vestibular dysfunction, and inpatient critical care rehabilitation for stroke survivors. Dr. Nuthall is also a part of the Acoustic Neuroma Program at UC San Diego Health and works with people before and after surgery, and throughout their recovery process.

Prior to joining UC San Diego Health, she was a physical therapist at Palomar Medical Center. Dr. Nuthall earned a doctoral degree in physical therapy from University of Illinois at Chicago and a bachelor's degree in Spanish from Centre College in Danville, Ky.

Outside of work, Dr. Nuthall enjoys hiking, yoga, cycling, and scuba diving. She also enjoys traveling and spending time with her dog, Kai. She speaks fluent Spanish.

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Insurance Information
UC San Diego Health accepts most major health insurance plans, but you should verify that your plan covers this provider and all services and locations. The information in the link below does not apply to affiliate providers, who are not employed by UC San Diego Health.
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Degree

  • Centre College, Danville, KY

Doctoral Degree

  • University of Illinois, Chicago, IL

Gender

  • Female

Languages

  • Spanish

Date Joined Staff

  • 2017-12-01

Conditions and Treatments

  • Acoustic Neuroma
  • Rehabilitation for Stroke
  • Vestibular Dysfunction
  • Rehabilitation for Neurological Conditions
Insurance Information
UC San Diego Health accepts most major health insurance plans, but you should verify that your plan covers this provider and all services and locations. The information in the link below does not apply to affiliate providers, who are not employed by UC San Diego Health.
Health Insurance Plans Accepted

News

  • Donna's Story: Acoustic Neuroma Treatment at UC San Diego Health

    Donna's Story: Acoustic Neuroma Treatment

    When Donna was diagnosed with a rare, non-cancerous brain tumor, called an acoustic neuroma, she decided to take action and become involved in her health. She learned about her condition and searched, far and wide, for a care team that would be a good fit for her. In this video, she discusses her decision to come to UC San Diego Health for treatment and her road to recovery after a successful surgery to remove the tumor. Her story is empowering and gives us all strength to face into whatever comes our way honestly and with grace.