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Researchers use infrared goggles to study how the nervous system processes information, with goals of advancing rehabilitation for neurotrauma and degeneration.
Playing wheelchair basketball gives physical therapy students first-hand experience with how specially designed equipment helps people with disabilities take part in sports.
Sue Ann Sisto, chair and professor in the department of rehabilitation science works with students in the Gait Analysis Lab.
James Kim Doctor of Physical Therapy Student
Camille Crayton Occupational Therapy Student
Susan Weng Occupational Therapy Student
Fei Zhao Rehabilitation Science PhD Student
Lisa Bierdeman Doctor of Physical Therapy Student
Oscar Martinez Occupational Therapy Student
Wei Lin Occupational Therapy Student
Karen Martinez Occupational Therapy Student
Haley Chizuk Rehabilitation Science PhD Student
Christine Abrams Doctor of Physical Therapy Student
John Boyer Doctor of Physical Therapy Student
Raechele Leone DPT/MPH Student
Kirk Personius, PT, PhD Clinical Associate Professor
Machiko Tomita, PhD Clinical Professor
Our faculty members are prominent researchers who are contributing to new knowledge in the field through their funded research efforts.
Paper published in Physical Therapy Journal by senior author Dr. Patricia J. Ohtake discusses evidence-based rehabilitation of people with post-intensive care syndrome.