Physical Therapy Students Present at PPTA with McClure and Stackhouse
Several students presented research with Drs. Phil McClure and Scott Stackhouse at the recent Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association (PPTA) meeting as represented below. The first group included entry-level students who worked with McClure and Stackhouse. The students in the second and third groups worked with Stephanie Muth, one of McClure’s Ph.D. advisees (degree from Temple) and collaborators.
McClure, P; Frederick, K; John, T; Leemann,E; Schieber, A; Serino, M; Sweitzer, B; Stackhouse, S; Taylor, H The Effect Of Experimental Shoulder Pain On Muscle Activation At Remote Sites. PPTA Annual Meeting October, 2011
Muth S, McClure P, Barbe M, Lauer R. The Clinical Effects Of Thoracic Spine Mobilization In Subjects With Signs Of Shoulder Impingement. PPTA Annual Meeting October, 2011
Muth S, McClure P, Barbe M, Lauer R.Biomechanical And Neuromotor Effects Of Thoracic Spine Manipulation In Subjects With Signs Of Shoulder Impingement. PPTA Annual Meeting October, 2011
Stackhouse also had a second group of students:
Stackhouse S, Tate A, Carlin M, Fitzsimmons, Meisenhelter A, Shaw H, Stuck E. Do physical therapy interventions affect mechanical and thermal pain processing around the healthy Achilles tendon? PPTA Annual Meeting, Oct 2011.