Bradley KE, Cook C, Reinke EK, et al. Comparison of the accuracy of telehealth examination versus clinical examination in the detection of shoulder pathology [published online ahead of print, 2020 Aug 29]. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2020;S1058-2746(20)30689-3. doi:10.1016/j.jse.2020.08.016
Zhang C, Zhang H, Zhao M, Li Z, Cook C, Buysse D, Zhao Y, Yao Y. Reliability, Validity, and Factor Structure of Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index in Community-Based Centenarians. Frontiers Psych. 2020;11:886. DOI=10.3389/fpsyt.2020.573530
Rethorn ZD, Davenport TE, Maxwell JL, Bezner JR, Ingman MS, Magnusson DM. What are DPT program practices and attitudes related to health promotion and wellness? Results of a national survey. Phys Ther.
Pietrosimone LS, Blackburn JT, Wikstrom E, Berkoff DJ, Docking SI, Cook J, Padua DA. Landing biomechanics are not immediately altered by a single-dose patellar tendon isometric exercise protocol in male athletes with patellar tendinopathy: a single-blinded randomized cross-over trial. Physical Therapy in Sport, In Press.
Wischmeyer PE, Suman OE, Kozar R, Wolf SE, Molinger J, Pastva AM. Role of anabolic testosterone agents and structured exercise to promote recovery in ICU survivors. Curr Opin Crit Care. 2020 Aug 6.
Bastian LA, Cohen SP, Katsovich L, Becker WC, Brummett BR, Burgess DJ, Ilfeld B, Kanzler KE, LaChappelle K, Martino S, Mattocks K, McGeary CA, Rhon DI, Salsbury SA, Seal KH, Shin MH, Simon CB, Taylor SL, Teyhen DS, Kerns R, on behalf of the NIH-DoD-VA Pain Management Collaboratory. Stakeholder Engagement in Pragmatic Clinical Trials: Emphasizing Relationships to Improve Pain Management Delivery and Outcomes. Pain Medicine. In Press.
Rachel Meyers, SPT (Class 2021), Dennis Caine Ph.D., Aaron Provance MD “The association of finger growth plate injury history and speed climbing in youth competition climbers” Wilderness & Environmental Medicine
Rachel Meyers, SPT (Class 2021), Dennis Caine Ph.D., Aaron Provance MD “Returning to climb after epiphyseal finger stress fracture." Current Sports Medicine Reports
Rachel Meyers, SPT (Class 2021), Dennis Caine Ph.D., Aaron Provance MD “Primary Physeal Injuries in Youth Athletics” Current Sports Medicine Reports
Stephen C. Glass, Sabrina Ahmad, SPT (Class of 2022), Taylor Gabler "Effectiveness of a 2-Week Strength Training Learning Intervention on Self-selected Weight-Training Intensity"
The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.
Pastva, AM, Hudak N, Leiman E, Molloy MA, Heflin MT. Educational Platform Presentation, Lightning Talk - Bending with the wind to ground new IPE initiatives Nexus Summit 2020 Virtual, August 20, 2020.
Clendaniel RA. "Use of Vestibular Rehabilitation in the Treatment of Benign paroxysmal Positional Vertigo." Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups. August 2020 5:917-939
Park C, Garcia A, Cook C, Shaffrey C, Gottfried O. "Long-term impact of obesity on patient-reported outcomes and patient satisfaction after lumbar spine surgery: an observational study" Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine. 2020.
Rhon D, Cook C, Cleland J, Snodgrass S. "The influence of prior opioid use on healthcare utilization and recurrence rates for non-surgical patients seeking initial care for patellofemoral pain." Clinical Rheumatology. 2020
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