Maryville University was well represented at a national conference by students and faculty at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting in San Diego, California, January 21-24, 2013.
Laura Oetjen, PT, OCS (Class of 2008) recently earned her orthopedic clinical specialist certification.
Michelle Unterberg, PT, DHS, presented a poster presentation on Student Self-assessment Accuracy during Physical Therapy Clinical Affiliations at the Nova Southeastern University health Professions Educational Research Symposium held on January 26, 2013.
Dr. Michael Cibulka and Dr. Sandy Ross, along with 2011 DPT graduates Dr. Patrick Cuppy, Dr. Megan Donham, Dr. Hayley Rammacher and Dr. Dana Weisenborn, recently had a research manuscript accepted for publication in The Journal of Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, titled, “A New Manual Muscle Test for Assessing the Entire Trapezius Muscle”. The article will likely appear this winter.
Dr. Sandy Ross recently had an article published in the Journal of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine: An Interdisciplinary Approach 5 (2012) 75-88 titled, “Randomized controlled trial assessing participation and quality of life in a supported speed treadmill training exercise program vs. a strengthening program for children with cerebral palsy”.
According to the July 2012 edition of The Clocktower, The Maryville University Department of Athletics has announced its 2012 inductees to the Saints Athletics Hall of Fame. Congratulations to Amanda Nuyt, PT Class of 2007! It was also announced that Kelly Polkinghorne Behlmann, PT Class of 1988 is to receive the School of Health Professions Dean’s Award. Please check out the The Clocktower for more information on events planned for the upcoming Alumni Weekend, Thursday, September 27 through Sunday, September 30.
Dr. Charles Gulas, PT, Phd, GCS, was presented with the Lucy Blair Service Award at the APTA Annual Conference & Expo, which was held in Tampa, Florida from June 6-9, 2012. To read more about Dr. Gulas’ exceptional service, visit the APTA’s website.
Dr. Michael Cibulka, Dr. Charles Gulas and Dr. Michelle Unterberg at the APTA Annual Conference & Expo
Maryville University was well represented at a national conference by students and faculty at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting in Chicago, Illinois, February 8-11, 2012.
Patti Naylor, PT, MS, chair of the Illinois Chapter’s Direct Access Steering Committee was highlighted on page 3 in the CMS 2012 Daily News.
Dr. Pradip Ghosh presented an educational session,
“Using Yoga and meditation in physical therapy for
the management of patients with cardiovascular disease”
|Ryan Duncan, PT, MPT, a graduate from Maryville
University, presented an oral platform, “Four Square
Step Test Performance in People with Parkinson
|Students, graduates and faculty of Maryville University|