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October is National Physical Therapy Month

 


News:
From the campus of Sacramento State:
Department of Physical Therapy's Adult Neuro Mock Clinic

 

Sacramento State Bulletin 
(April 11, 2011):


Profile: Michael McKeough, Professor of Physical Therapy

KDRV-TV Channel 12 (August 22, 2008):

Patients at the Rogue Valley Medical Center are now using the Nintendo Wii system as part of their physical therapy



The Gridley Herald (July 16, 2008):
The Quyen Ton "Gridley is a gem" 

Sacramento State Bulletin (Nov. 16, 2007):
Physical therapy lab provides 
helping hands to students and patients

From the Office of Public Affairs 

Sacramento State Bulletin (May 14, 2007): 
Physical therapy students work with stroke survivors to minimize paralyzing effects

Sacramento State Bulletin (April 9, 2007):
Sacramento State announces 2006-07 Outstanding Teaching Award recipients

UPDATE (Fall 2006):
Measured Risks

The Sacramento Bee (April 16, 2006):
On the ball

The State Hornet (April 5, 2006):
Students work out kinks with new machine

Events:

May 15, 2009
Faculty & Student Research Symposium
 

> September 28 - 30, 2007

Bryan Coleman-Salgado, PT, DPT, MS, CWS, presented “Evidence in Wound Management", at theCalifornia Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference, in Los Angeles, California.

> August 22 - 25, 2007

Rafael Escamilla, PT, PhD, CSCS, FACSM, will present “Cruciate ligament force between the forward lunge long and short with and without a stride” at American Society of Biomechanics, at Stanford University.

> June 2 - 6, 2007

All professors from the Department of Physical Therapy have had their research accepted for presentation at The World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) Congress, June 2 - 6, 2007, in Vancouver, B.C.:

D. Michael McKeough, PT, EdD, will present “Student attitudes and perceptions about computer-based neuroanatomy learning modules: factors and implications for successful computer based instruction within clinical education.”

Clare Lewis, PT, PsyD, PsyD, MPH, MTC, will present “Motion analysis of e3™ fitness grips [trademark] used when running.”

Brad Stockert, PT, PhD, will present “Concurrent validity of the star excursion balance test in a geriatric population” and “Test-retest reliability of the star excursion balance test in a geriatric population.”

Rafael Escamilla, PT, PhD, CSCS, FACSM, will present “Training and rehabilitation implications for the trunk and extremities while performing Swiss ball and conventional exercises: an electromyographic analysis.”

Susan McGinty, PT, EdD, will present “A study of Limited English Proficiency (LEP) in patients served by physical therapy practices in northern California.”

Edward Barakatt, PT, PhD, will present “An exploration of Maitland’s construct of low back pain irritability.”