Runners and athletes of all ages are invited to attend a free event on the importance of dynamic core stability and implications for injury prevention and recovery, on Tuesday, May 28, [...]Read more ›
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Associate Professor of Physical Therapy Dr. Scott Stackhouse and DPT students Laura Krisa and Kelly L. Frederick published “Amphetamine-enhanced motor training after cervical contusion injury” in the Journal of Neurotrauma.Read more ›
Dr. Scott Stackhouse, Associate Professor of Physical Therapy, presented a poster, “Task practice with or without cellular transplantation promotes recovery of reach-to-grasp function after cervical spinal cord injury,” at the [...]Read more ›
Dr. Scott Stackhouse, Associate Professor of Physical Therapy, led a continuing education course for the American Physical Therapy Association, Evidence into Practice: Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation of the Quadriceps Post Knee [...]Read more ›
Several students presented research with Drs. Phil McClure and Scott Stackhouse at the recent Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association (PPTA) meeting as represented below. The first group included entry-level students who worked with McClure [...]Read more ›
Dr. Scott Stackhouse, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy, has been awarded a $40,000 research grant supported by the Foundation for Physical Therapy Inc. for a two-year study on “Combination of High-Intensity [...]Read more ›