Elon DPT alumni, faculty, and students present at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting

Dr. Randall Lazicki, an Elon DPT alum currently employed at the Duke University Sports Medicine Center, was part of a panel who presented an educational session, Knee changes from the sports injury to the total knee arthoplasty, at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting in New Orleans last week.

Lazicki also presented a research platform, Utilization of ultrasound imaging in the conservative management of a partial achilles tendon tear. Research posters were also presented by Elon DPT faculty, students and alumni.  The national conference was attended by more than 10,000 physical therapists.

  • Body weight supported treadmill walking as exercise for a young adult with cerebral palsy who was non-ambulatory. Paula DiBiasio PT, DPT, MS, Cynthia Lewis PT, PhD, Alyssa Bajdas SPT, Renee Delamarter SPT, Jenna Valaer SPT
  • Exercise Readiness in Female Survivors of Domestic Violence. Brittany Holcomb PT, DPT, Lindsey Sharpe, PT, DPT Lorraine Snyder, PT, DPT Cynthia Lewis, PT, PhD, Stephen Bailey PT, PHD
  • Locomotor Training in a Person with Multiple Sclerosis. Jane Freund, PT, DPT, NCS, Rachel Dirito, PT, DPT, Ashley Melvin, PT, DPT
  • The treatment of low back pain with myofascial release therapy for a patient following breast reconstruction. Danielle Gilbert, SPT, Aaron LeBauer, PT, DPT, LMBT

Lorraine Snyder, PT, DPT and poster presentation
Danielle Gilbert, SPT and poster presentation
Alyssa Bajdas, SPT and poster presentation