Student Assembly President Megan Roos, SPT ‘17, speaks at the Student Assembly General Membership Meeting at CSM
As part of her responsibilities as the Student Assembly President, 3rd year student Megan Roos (class of 2017) addressed students at CSM in San Antonio during the Student Assembly General Membership Meeting on Feb. 17, 2017.
Dr. Becca Reisch, DPT, PhD, OCS named Associate Editor for the Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy
Becca Reisch, DPT, PhD, OCS, was recently named to an Associate Editor position for the Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy, the official journal for the APTA Section on Women’s Health which has a membership of approximately 3,000.
Dr. Kevin Chui, PT, PhD is a member of GeriEDGE, a sub-committee of the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy’s Practice Committee, which consists of a group of researchers, educators, and clinicians from around the country.
Robert Nee, PT, PhD co-authored with Boyd BS, Smoot B on the Safety of lower extremity neurodynamic exercises in adults with diabetes mellitus: a feasibility study.
On January 28, 2017, School of Physical Therapy faculty member Katie Farrell PT, DSc, was part of an interprofessional presentation at Pacific University’s Island Eyes Conference in Kaua’i.
John Medeiros, PT, PhD, Distinguished University Professor, Pacific University, School of Physical Therapy and Tony Rocklin, PT, DPT, COMT, Partner at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy team-up to investigate new methods to improve patient care
Please join us in congratulating third year DPT student Megan Roos (class of 2017). Megan attended the National Student Conclave in Miami from October 27-29, 2016. She was one of the three candidates for Student Assembly President and was elected by students from across the country to serve in this role.
Bob Nee co-authored a systematic review on predictors of outcome in patients who have patellofemoral pain.
Pacific's health professions students gain real-world experience by serving the community through projects such as Go Baby Go.
Dr. Johnson plans study in Cerebral Palsy with Shriners Hospital for Children.