Rebecca Reisch PT, DPT, OCS
Associate Professor, Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education
Phone: (503) 352-7264
A faculty member since 2005
Enrolled in a PhD program in Orthopedic Science, Rocky Mountain University
DPT Pacific University, 2002
MSPT Pacific University, 2001
BS Zoology and Physiology, University of Wyoming, 1998
Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy
DPT 510 Clinical Biomechanics I Laboratory
DPT 511 Clinical Biomechanics II Laboratory
DPT 561 Foundations of the Physical Therapy Profession I
DPT 562 Foundations of the Physical Therapy Profession II
DPT 790 Evidence Based Capstone Project (team taught course)
DPT 570, 640, 641, 720, 721, 722 Clinical Internships I-VI
Areas of Interest
Providing care to underserved populations
Reisch R, Williams K, Nee R, Rutt R. ULNT2- median nerve bias: examiner reliability and sensory response in asymptomatic subjects. J Manual Manipulative Ther. 2005; 13(1): 44-55.
Britton M, Niesent C, Reisch RA. "A Clinical Presentation of the Research on the Effects of Exercise on Bone Mineral Density in Postmenopausal Women with Low Bone Mass" 2008 Combined Sections Meeting in Nashville, TN.
Reisch R, Williams K, Nee R, Rutt R. ULNT2- median nerve bias: examiner reliability and sensory response in asymptomatic subjects. Presented at American Physical Therapy Association's Combined Sections Meeting 2002.
Reisch RA. The use of audio surface electromyography biofeedback in the treatment of vaginismus in a blind woman. Presented at American Physical Therapy Association's Combined Sections Meeting 2005.
Pacific University Faculty Development Grant. 2007, PALS program (with Erin Jobst)
Pacific University Faculty Development Grant, 2010, PALS program (with Erin Jobst)
Pacific University Faith Gabelnick Grant, 2009, CHP Nicaragua project (with Kelli Shaffer)
Oregon Physical Therapy Association Nominating Committee, elected 2008