Dr. Bryan Coleman Salgado

  • Contact Information

  • Title: Director of Clinical Education, Assistant Professor Physical Therapy Department
  • Office Location: Folsom Hall 1054C
  • Office Hours: For applicant advising: Fall 2014: TBA
  • E-mail: colemanb@csus.edu
  • Office Phone: (916) 278-4871
  • Mailing Address: Sacramento State University 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819-6020
  • Where to find me: Folsom Hall classroom/labs, or my office

Courses that I teach

  • PT 618 Foundations of PT Management
  • PT 622 Evidence-Informed Practice II
  • PT 627: Physical Therapist Educator
  • PT 663 Integumentary Patient Management
  • PT 695A Clinical Practicum/Internship I
  • PT 695B Clinical Practicum/Internship II
  • PT 695C Clinical Practicum/Internship III

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Coleman Salgado B, Jones M, Ilgun S, McCord G, Loper-Powers M, van Houten P. Effect of a 4-month, multicomponent Ananda Yoga program on physical and mental health outcomes for persons with multiple sclerosis. International Journal of Yoga Therapy. (Oct 2013)23(2); 27-35.

Barakatt, E, Coleman Salgado B, McKeough M, Mandeville D, Gong J, Mintz E, Thatch J, Vourakis A.  Mobility and gait outcomes following intensive rehabilitation, OnabotulinumtoxinA and Baclofen treatment chronic post-stroke: A case report. Journal of Allied Health. (Accepted for Publication) Jul 2014.

Boulgarides, L., Barakatt, E, Coleman Salgado B.  The effect of an eight-week adaptive yoga program on physical and psychological status of individuals with Parkinson’s disease.  A pilot study. International Journal of Yoga Therapy. (Accpeted for Publication) Oct 2014.

Abstracts

Boulgarides L., Coleman Salgado B., Barakatt E., Choo D., El-Zahr M., Williams K., et al.(2008)  Effect of an eight-week adaptive yoga program on  mobility, function and outlook in individuals with parkinson’s disease. International Journal of Yoga Therapy, International Journal of Yoga Therapy, 18, 31.

Coleman Salgado B., Jones M., Ilgun S., McCord G., Van Houten P., Campbell K.  Ananda yoga for persons with multiple sclerosis. (2009) International Journal of Yoga Therapy, 19, 40.

Platform Presenter.   Education Leadership Conference of the APTA,  Speaker on “Gender Disparities Among Physical Therapy Students In Attaining Passing VAS Scores During Final Clinical Internships: A Pilot Study” Arlington, VA. 10/06


Poster Presentation.  California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA) Annual Conference, “Gender Disparities Among Physical Therapy Students In Attaining Passing VAS Scores During Final Clinical Internships”  San Jose, CA. 10/06


Poster Presentation.  California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA) Annual Conference, “Effect Of An Eight-Week Adaptive Yoga Program On Mobility, Function, And Outlook In Individuals With Parkinson’s Disease”  San Jose, CA. 10/06


Course Instructor, “Evidence in Wound Management” at the California Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference, 9/07.


Platform Presenter: “Effect of an eight-week adaptive yoga program on mobility, function and outlook in individuals with parkinson’s disease”. Symposium on Yoga Therapy & Research [SYTAR], Los Angeles.  Mar 2008.


Poster Presentation.  Symposium on Yoga Therapy & Research [SYTAR], the International Association of Yoga Teachers Annual Conference, “Effect Of An Eight-Week Adaptive Yoga Program On Mobility, Function, And Outlook In Individuals With Parkinson’s Disease”  Los Angeles, CA. 03/08

Platform Presenter:  “Ananda Yoga for persons with multiple sclerosis”. Symposium on Yoga Therapy & Research [SYTAR], Los Angeles.  Mar 6, 2009.

Poster Presentation. California Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference. "EFFECTS OF 6-MONTHS OF INTENSIVE PHYSICAL THERAPY IN CONJUNCTION WITH PHARMACOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS ON CHRONIC STROKE OUTCOMES:  A CASE STUDY. Barakatt E, Coleman-Salgado B, McKeough M, Mandeville D, Gong J, Mintz E, Thatch J, Vourakis A. 09/12 

Research Projects/Interests

Research Interests include physical therapist clinical education, and how to elevate the general competencies of physical therapist new graduates. I am intersted in yoga, ayurveda and the intergration of these ancient sciences into physical therapy practice. I currently work full time as faculty, and perform some pro bono physical therapy services in orthopedics, neurologic rehab and wound management.

Current research with colleagues is on effects of lower extremity botox A injections on gait in persons poststroke.

Education & Professional Associations

  • BA in Art, Stanford University
  • MS, PT, Duke University
  • DPT, Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Profressions