Allied Health Sciences Nets Five Presentations at State Conference
Published September 2007
The College of Allied Health Sciences will claim five of the 14 abstracts selected for presentation at the Ohio Physical Therapy Association conference to be held Sept. 27–28 in Aurora, Ohio.
Abstract selection is highly competitive—all presentations are evaluated and chosen by leaders in rehabilitative sciences. The presentations and authors include:
• “Effects of EMG-Triggered Electrical Stimulation on Gait and Balance in Chronic Stroke: A Case Study”—Eric Barth, Valerie Hermann, Peter Levine and Stephen Page, PhD
• “Upper Extremity Nerve Compression Due to the Presence of Anomalous Ligaments”—Jamie Dieringer, Lizanne Mulligan, PhD, Anthony Partlow and Dexter Witt
• “Using Hand-Held Dynamo-metry to Establish Normative Value for the Upper Extremity Strength and Peak Torque to Body Weight Ratios in Individuals Who Participate in Overhead Track Activities”—Laura Bantel, Allison Bonham, Tim Elser, Danielle Erwin, Mekenzie King, Shaunic Napier, Rose Smith and Witt
• “Modified Constraint-Induced Therapy in Stroke: Results of a Four-Year Trial”—Levine and Page
• “Bilateral, Reciprocal, Locomotor Training in Chronic Stroke: A Randomized, Controlled, Crossover Study”—Jennah Teepen, Levine and Page.