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Corey Simon, DPT, PhD has joined the Duke School of Medicine as an assistant professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Doctor of Physical Therapy Division. Dr. Simon is committed to maintaining physical function and quality of life among older adults suffering from chronic musculoskeletal pain conditions. His current work focuses on improving clinical assessment of geriatric low back pain through the development of real-time movement-evoked pain measures. Dr. Simon is also investigating chronic pain phenotypes among older adults with the goal of streamlining intervention.
DPT, University of Buffalo, 2004
Post-Doctoral Fellowship, University of Florida Pain Research and Intervention Center of Excellence, 2016
Dr. Simon has worked on multiple R01-funded trials including the examination of biopsychosocial influences on shoulder arthroscopy recovery and the investigation of age-related pain modulatory mechanisms. His post-doctoral work centered on investigating age-related mediation models of sensory discrimination, psychological distress and cognitive performance. Dr. Simon’s pre-doctoral and post-doctoral training was through clinical and translational science mechanisms, which has helped facilitate a comprehensive research line directed towards changing clinical care.
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