- Areas Of Focus
Evan T. Cohen, PT, MA, PhD, NCS is an Associate Professor of Physical Therapy at Arcadia University. Dr. Cohen received his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Touro College (NY) in 1992 and his PhD in Health Sciences from Trident University International (CA) in 2010. Dr. Cohen has been an ABPTS Neurologic Certified Specialist since 2002. Dr. Cohen’s practice focuses on adults with neurologic pathologies with a particular focus on those with multiple sclerosis and has worked across the neurologic physical therapy spectrum from acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, long-term care, outpatient, and home care.
Dr. Cohen’s scholarship focuses on two main areas: 1. The impact of fatigue and fatigability on gait, walking and balance dysfunction in people with multiple sclerosis, and rehabilitation interventions to ameliorate these problems, and 2. Knowledge translation related to outcomes measurement and physical therapy practice for people with multiple sclerosis.
Dr. Cohen is the proud recipient of several awards for his teaching, scholarship, and service including the Excellence in Neurologic Physical Therapy Education award from the Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy, the Excellence in Research award from the New Jersey Health Foundation, the Labe C. Scheinberg Award for Outstanding Work in Neurorehabilitation, and the Healthcare Leader Award from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Touro College 1992
- Research Interests
- Rehabilitation for people with multiple sclerosis
- Jericho, NY
- Home Country