Alpha Eta Society Inductees

The Alpha Eta Society is a national organization, chartered in 1975, with a membership composed of both students and faculty in the health professions. Maryville University’s Chapter was established in 2013.

Congratulations to Physical Therapy faculty members Dr. Michelle Unterberg and Dr. Pradip Ghosh on their induction into the Alpha Eta Society on September 25, along with Physical Therapy students Alena Pruemer, Marie Schaefer and Aryn Weis.

Maryville Reaches Out

DPT Students participated in the Barnes-Jewish Fall prevention screening as their Maryville Reaches Out project on September 22. They assisted in screening and educating at least 130 adults. 


Shown from left to right are: N. Kaltwasser, A. Fick, C. Hermann, R. Flynn, M. Klindt, A. Kell, J. Wedel, M. Lee, A. Wenthe, G. Jones, D. Callier


Congratulations to Sandy Ross and our former students on their recent publication in Physiotherapy Theory and Practice: An International Journal of Physiotherapy titled: Reliability of sagittal plane hip, knee, and ankle joint angles from a single frame of video data using the GAITRite camera system. Publication details, including instructions for authors and subscription information: Sandy A. Ross PT, DPT, MHS, PCS, Clinton Rice DPT, Kristyn Von Behren, April Meyer DPT, Rachel Alexander DPT & Scott Murfin DPT a Program in Physical Therapy, Maryville University, St. Louis, MO, USA Published online: 25 Jul 2015.

Congratulations to Mike Cibulka, Jack Bennett and our former students on their recent publication in the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy titled: The Relationship Between Passive Glenohumeral Total Rotation and the Strength of the Internal and External Rotator Muscles: A Preliminary Study. Cibulka MT, Enders G, Jackson A, Maines S, Von de Haar J, Hall J, Bennett J.