SHERRICE BROUSSARD ROSE is the Owner and Clinic director of POTENTIA THERAPEUTICS, a physical therapist directed practice based on orthopaedic, spine and sports assessment, treatment and wellness. Sherrice is a graduate of Emory University, where she earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, and Louisiana State Univeristy, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology. She practices evidence based physical therapy, emphasizing movement assessment, manual therapy, wellness, optimal performance, and injury prevention. She has sports training specialities in dance medicine, golf, pilates, and others.
A Louisiana native, Sherrice worked for University of Texas Medical School-Houston Texas prior to graduate work, researching genetic data pertaining to orthopaedics, contributing to published articles in Clinical Genetics, Journal of Medical Genetics and Genomics. She is certified in Dance Rehabilitation Training through Westside Dance Physical Therapy in New York City and has adopted this skills within the dance community of Tampa Bay. In 2012, Sherrice joined the Patel Conservatory as a Mat Pilates instructor and is currently an Adjunct Faculty Member within the Dance department at the PATEL CONSERVATORY where she conducts the BODY AWARENESS Lecture Series and teaches Pilates classes. She enhances the conditioning and performance of dancers through therapeutic movement instruction and body awareness/injury prevention workshops. She is involved in the academic communities of NOVA and in the Dance department at University of South Florida where she assists in Dance Medicine education through injury prevention seminars and research.
Sherrice attained her Certified Golf Fitness Instructor designation through the Titleist Performance Institute in 2012 & utilizes the latest research in golf fitness, health and swing biomechanics to assess a golfer’s physical and movement limitations, golf swing and correct any specific deficits that may affect his/her golf game.
Sherrice is Active Release Technique (ART) certified, an evidence based soft tissue treatment for sports injuries. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), APTA Orthopaedic Section, APTA Performing Arts Special Interest Group, serves as Co-President of the EMORY UNIVERSITY Alumni Chapter of Tampa Bay and is involved with The First Tee of Tampa Bay as a Champions Member. She serves on the Health Care Committee of USF's Performing Arts Medical Association.