Members of the Physical Therapy Class of 1988 gathered during the 2013 Alumni Weekend to celebrate their 25th Reunion.
Other Alumni Weekend Photos
Sixth year DPT students defended their research on Monday, April 8 and Tuesday, April 9, 2013 in the University Auditorium.
The Relationship Between Hip and Tibial Rotation Range of Motion, Static Tibial Alignment, and Foot Progression Angle Using Goniometric Measurements and GAITRite in Non-Pathological Lower Extremities. Blake McAfee, SPT; Teri Kampwerth, SPT; Tara Roeckenhaus, SPT; Lisa Payne, SPT; Kyle Winters, SPT
Establishment of a Normal Range of Leg Length Discrepancy Among a Healthy Population Using a Tape Measure Method: A Pilot Study. Kristen Knoblauch, SPT; Mallory Fahnestock, SPT; Amanda Geile, SPT; Kelsey Bock, SPT; Rachel Fox, SPT
The Quality of Life and Performance of Children with Cerebral Palsy ages 6-18 years participating in Intensive Sports Programs: A Pilot Study. John Gill, SPT; Jenny Watts, SPT; Alecia DeCosty, SPT; Anna Hindelang, SPT; Kayci Neuhaus, SPT
The Immediate Effect of Three Unique Treadmill Training Programs on Overground Gait Velocity, Stride Length, and Swing Time in Healthy Adults: A Pilot Study. Sara Townsend, SPT; Alysha Rasch, SPT; Megan McCormick, SPT; Rachel Meideth, SPT; Sarah McDaniel, SPT
Establishing the Concurrent Validity of the Dynamic Gait Index Through Comparison to the Berg Balance Scale Among Patients Who Have a Diagnosis of Cancer: A Pilot Study. Ryan Knuckles, SPT; Tracey Winter, SPT; Elizabeth Benckendorf, SPT; Amber Bueter, SPT; Sarah Skrabacz, SPT
Physical Therapy Functional Measures in Relation to Patients’ Hospital Discharge Outcomes After Acute Status-post Abdominal Surgery: A Pilot Study. Sarah Dill, SPT; Emily Parrish, SPT; Cassandra Hoffman, SPT
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.
The Eastern District of the MPTA is launching a website and held a student-only contest. All Eastern District MPTA student members were eligible to submit a logo to be used on the website. There were cash prizes for the top three finalists. The top three were chosen by members of the Board of Directors, then all Eastern District members (students included) voted to choose the winner at the Eastern District MPTA Gala held on October 16 at Washington University. Congratulations to Emily Parrish (6th year DPT student at Maryville University) who won First Place!