Stacey Maguire

Associate Professor of Practice
  • Physical Therapy


  • Candidate for PhD, Health Professions Education, Simmons University
  • Doctor of Physical Therapy, Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions
  • Master of Science, Physical Therapy, Boston University
  • Bachelor of Science, Health Science, Boston University


  • PT
  • DPT
  • NCS

About Me

I began as full time faculty at Simmons University in 2018 after over 15 years of adjunct teaching at Boston University and Simmons. My clinical work has been primarily at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) where I started as a Physical Therapist in 2000 and eventually became the Inpatient PT Team Leader. My practice focus areas include the neurological and cardiopulmonary systems. Clinically, my passion lies in performing hypothesis-driven exams and maximizing patient-centered care. I have been active in the PT department mentoring program, as well as the lead mentor for the Boston University PT Neurological Residency Program.

I am privileged to also be a student of Simmons University, pursuing my PhD in Health Professions Education. My research interest is around creating an inclusive classroom where all learners can thrive.

Outside of my time at the university and medical center, I practice yoga, play football, and spend as much time as possible in the woods. I am lucky to share my life with my wife, three spectacular kids, and an incredibly gentle pup.

What I Teach

  • DPT 735 Complex Conditions
  • PT 750: Health Promotion, Wellness, and Service Learning
  • DPT 783 - Frameworks for Physical Therapy: Neuromuscular 


Peer Reviewed Scientific and Professional Presentations

Trauma in Elders: Applying Evidence to Acute Care Practice 
Laura Driscoll, Stacey Maguire, and Shannon Stillwell 
American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, February 2018

Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: From Medical Management to Physical Therapy Treatment 
Mary Beth Holmes, Stacey Maguire, and Jon Robinson 
American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, February 2018