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Arcadia PT Professors Hold Free Event to Educate Runners on Injury Prevention

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, […]

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0 commentsMay 23, 2013 at 11:23 amAnnouncements

Stackhouse and DPT Students Publish in ‘Journal of Neurotrauma’

Stackhouse and DPT Students Publish in ‘Journal of Neurotrauma’

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.

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0 commentsDecember 3, 2012 at 1:08 pmScholarly & Creative

Stackhouse Presents Poster at Regenerative Rehab Retreat

Stackhouse Presents Poster at Regenerative Rehab Retreat

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 […]

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0 commentsAugust 3, 2012 at 1:43 pmScholarly & Creative

Stackhouse Leads APTA Course on Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation

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 […]

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2 commentsMay 3, 2012 at 12:35 pmScholarly & Creative

Physical Therapy Students Present at PPTA with McClure and Stackhouse

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 […]

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0 commentsDecember 16, 2011 at 5:06 pmScholarly & Creative

Stackhouse Research to Explore Adolescent Cerebral Palsy

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 […]

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0 commentsJanuary 29, 2010 at 8:30 amScholarly & Creative