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Elon students, faculty present at N.C. physical therapy conference

Six current students, two recent graduates, and two faculty members completed research presentations at the North Carolina Physical Therapy Association meeting in Greensboro, N.C., on Oct. 19 and 20. Of the student participants, the presentation by Randall Lazicki and Karen Donawerth received the 3rd Place award in the Student Research Competition. The list of presentations associated with Elon is below.

Student Work
IMPACT OF THE PERFECT RESPONSE ORTHOSIS (PRO) ON GAIT IN A PATIENT TWO YEARS POST STROKE

Joshua B Olinick and Katherine Stephens, Department of Physical Therapy
Education, Elon University, Elon, NC and UNC Hospitals, Chapel Hill, NC
 

APPLICATION OF A CLINICAL PREDICTION RULE FOR THORACIC MANIPULATION ON A PATIENT WITH ACUTE NECK PAIN FOLLOWING A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT


Craig Swisher, Elon University, Elon, NC and Alamance Regional Medical Center, Burlington, NC
 

THE EFFECT OF L-MODIFIED LOW-DYE TAPING ON FOOTPRINT ANALYSIS USING A
PRESSURE SENSING SYSTEM


Randall Lazicki and Karen Donawerth, Elon University, Elon, NC

 
SPINAL MOBILIZATION WITH LEG MOVEMENT FOR THE TREATMENT OF LUMBAR NERVE ROOT COMPRESSION WITH RADICULAR SYMPTOMS: A CASE REPORT


Timothy Miller and Gray Carpenter. Department of Physical Therapy
Education, Elon University, Elon, NC and Alamance Regional Medical
Center, Burlington, NC

 
MYOFASCIAL RELEASE FOR AN ADULT WITH IDIOPATHIC SCOLIOSIS TO HELP
DECREASE PAIN AND INCREASE QUALITY OF LIFE: CASE STUDY


Robert Brtalik, Aaron LeBauer, and Katherine Stowe, Department of
Physical Therapy Education, Elon University, Elon, NC
 

TESTS FREQUENTLY USED BY EXPERT CLINICIANS WHEN EXAMINING PATIENTS
POST-STROKE


Shannon Norbet, Lindsay Clark, A. Williams Andrews, and Stephen E.
Folger, Elon University, Elon, NC
 

Work by Recent Graduates
A CASE REPORT: THE EFFECT OF TAP WATER IONTOPHORESIS (TWI) ON QUALITY OF LIFE IN A PATIENT WITH PALMAR HYPERHIDROSIS

Brad Banker (recent Elon graduate), Stephen Folger, and Stephen Bailey. Center for Fitness and
Human Movement Studies, Elon University, Elon, NC and Alamance Regional
Medical Center, Burlington, NC

 
LENGTH OF STAY & PHYSICAL THERAPY REQUIREMENTS FOR BARIATRIC PATIENTS FOLLOWING A TRAUMATIC LOWER LEG FRACTURE

Stephanie Slayton (recent Elon graduate), DS Blaise Williams, and Glen R. Newman, Pitt County
Memorial Hospital & East Carolina University, Greenville, NC

 
Faculty Work
ULTRASOUND  IMAGING OF THE ABDOMINAL DRAWING-IN MANEUVER IN HEALTHY OLDER ADULTS

Deborah M. Stetts, Jane Freund, Stephen C. Allison, and Gray Carpenter,
Center for Fitness and Human Movement Studies, Elon University, Elon, NC
and Alamance Regional Medical Center, Burlington, NC

 
EXAMINATION OF THE TRANSVERSE ABDOMINIS USING REHABILITATIVE ULTRASOUND IMAGING IN AN INDIVIDUAL POST-STROKE


Jane Freund, Deborah Stetts, Craig Swisher, and Gray Carpenter, Center
for Fitness and Human Movement Studies, Elon University, Elon, NC and
Alamance Regional Medical Center, Burlington, NC

Eric Townsend,
Staff
10/22/2007 2:26 PM