Research

Robert M. Frampton, PT, DHCE, MPT

Areas of research and scholarship include professional autonomy, employment environments, treating the uninsured/underinsured, professional ethics remediation, and conducting ethics consultations. In addition, Ethical issues in rehabilitation, aquatic therapy (PT and non-PT professionals), orthopedic physical therapy, and wound care.

 

Sheryl L. Holt, PT, MS, PhD

Childhood disability, family and school-based care models, neurologic PT, interventions and outcomes, Perceptions of practice and disability

1. Define best practices for patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) from both clinical and patient perspectives.

2. Self-definition in children living with disability and their families.

3. Worldviews regarding living with a disability.

4. The consciousness of movement and movement learning in children with a disability.

 

Megan Salvatore, PT, DPT

Impact of Vestibular Rehabilitation physical therapy interventions as it relates to outcomes in management of Sports-Related Concussion.

1. Establish assessment and treatment protocols for associated vestibular symptoms in Sports-Related Concussion (SRC)

2. Evaluate findings of baseline testing of athletes to investigate the risk factors that correlate with increased risk of injury.

3. Develop an evidence-based protocol for comprehensive management of Sports-Related Concussion (SRC)

 

Matthew Volansky PT, DPT, MBA

Development of new knowledge via the application of Technology.

1. Telemedicine: Discovery of reliable remote visualization of movement with standardization of application and best practice.

2. Biomedical Informatics: Reduction of physical therapy diagnostic and clinical decision-making error through analysis of datasets using specialized computing technologies and techniques.

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