Alison Baily Hallam
Associated Faculty (CV)
Alison Baily Hallam, MS, PT, MCSP, is responsible for teaching content related to adult neuromuscular disease processes across the physical therapy curriculum. Alison has been teaching at Arcadia University since 2005. She received her bachelor’s degree and a certificate in physical therapy from the University of Delaware and a master’s degree in research methods from Kings College, London.
She was a full-time Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy at University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK and Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy at Brunei University, Uxbridge, UK. Alison’s clinical experience spans the entire episode of care for persons with neuromuscular diagnoses. This extensive clinical experience in management of patients with neuromuscular diagnoses began in the United States and continued at West Middlesex University Hospital Middlesex, UK, and in the Neurological Rehabilitation Unit, Guy’s Hospital, London, UK. She retains her clinical expertise through her work at Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital.
Alison is a teacher scholar with peer-reviewed articles and invited lectures. She continues to review manuscripts/articles for three relevant journals.
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