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Contact Information

Name: Dr. Bryan Coleman Salgado

Title: Director of Clinical Education, Associate Professor, Physical Therapy Department

Office Location: Folsom Hall 1054C

Email: colemanb@csus.edu

Office Phone: (916) 278-4871

Mailing Address: Sacramento State University 6000 J Street Sacramento, CA 95819-6020

Office Hours: Varies by semester - check on course webpage or my office door

Where to find me : Folsom Hall classroom/labs, or my office

Courses that I currently teach

  • PT 618 Foundations of PT Management
  • 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, Barakatt E. Identifying demographic and pre-admission factors predictive of success on the National Physical Therapy Licensure exam for graduates of a public physical therapist education program. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 32(1):8-16, March 2018.

 

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. 43(4):229-234, Winter, 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. 24(2); 31-41 (Oct 2014).

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.

Peer Reviewed Scientific & Professional Presentations

McKeough M, Moore B, Barakatt E, Mattern-Baxter K, Coleman-Salgado B. The effects of an intracurricular clinical experience on students’ perception of their patient management skills. Poster at the University Enterprises Research Symposium, 03/2018

Coleman Salgado B. Course Instructor “California Laws & Regulations in Physical Therapy” 2-hour accredited course, Sutter Valley Hospitals, Sacramento. 06/2017

Coleman Salgado B. Course Instructor “California Law & Ethics in Physical Therapy” 2-hour accredited course, McGinty Continuing Education Seminar, Sacramento. 04/2017

Coleman Salgado B. Course Instructor “California Law & Ethics in Physical Therapy” 2-hour accredited course, CPTA annual conference, Santa Clara, Ca. 10/2016

Coleman Salgado B. Course Instructor “Laws & Ethics in Physical Therapy” 2-hour accredited course, Sutter Valley Hospitals, Sacramento. 06/2016

Coleman Salgado B, Maciel S (presenters). Course Instructor & Workshop Trainer of APTA’s “Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program” 15-hour course, UC Davis Medical Center, 11/2015

Coleman Salgado B, Barakatt E. Use of pre-admission quantitative measures data for a physical therapy program to predict performance on the National Physical Therapy Licensure Exam. Poster presentation at the Educational Leadership Conference, annual conference of the APTA and ACAPT.  Baltimore, MD. 10/3/2015.

Coleman Salgado B, Barakatt E. Determination of physical therapy program pre-admission quantitative and demographic factors that predict success on the National Physical Therapy Licensure Exam. Poster presentation at the California Physical Therapy Association annual conference.  Pasadena, CA.  9/26/2015.

Coleman Salgado B, Vlad G. Handling difficult situations with patients and clinical instructors. 1-hour presentation at the California Physical Therapy Association Student Conclave.  4/11/2015.

Coleman Salgado B, Maciel S (presenters). Course Instructor & Workshop Trainer of APTA’s  “Credentialed Clinical Instructor Program” 15-hour course, UC Davis Medical Center, 10/2014

Barakatt E, Coleman-Salgado B, McKeough M, Mandeville D, Gong J, Mintz E, Thatch J, Vourakis A. 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. 09/12

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.

Coleman Salgado B, B (presenter), Jones M, Ilgun S, McCord G, van Houten P, Campbell K. “Ananda Yoga for persons with multiple sclerosis”. Platform Presentation, Symposium on Yoga Therapy & Research [SYTAR], Los Angeles.  Mar 6, 2009.

Boulgarides L, Coleman Salgado B, (presenter), Barakatt E, Choo D, El-Zahr M, Morales A, Williams K. “Effect of an eight-week adaptive yoga program on mobility, function and outlook in individuals with Parkinson’s disease”. Platform Presentation:  Symposium on Yoga Therapy & Research [SYTAR], Los Angeles. 3/2008.

Coleman Salgado B. Evidence in Wound Management. Course Instructor, 2 hour CE course at the California Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference, Oakland, CA. 9/2007.

Coleman Salgado B. Gender Disparities Among Physical Therapy Students In Attaining Passing VAS Scores During Final Clinical Internships: A Pilot Study. Platform Presentation.   Education Leadership Conference of the APTA, Arlington, VA. 10/2006

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

Research Projects/Interests

Research Interests include holistic admissions in physical therapy education, optimizing physical therapist clinical education through focused clinical internships, and the effects of ICE experiences on student self-efficacy. 

I currently work full time as faculty, and perform some pro bono physical therapy services in neurologic rehab and wound management.

Favortie quote:

"Diversity is a fact, inclusion is a practice, equity is a goal" -- D. Backmon, Director of Diversity and First Genreation Office, Stanford University.

Education & Professional Associations

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