SPT&RS Community Members Selected to present at APTA CSM



The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) recently announced which presentations and posters were selected for the Annual Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) Conference this January 2019.  The APTA is one of the largest national organizations for physical therapy with over 100,000 members, and CSM will welcome over 12,000+ members to Washington D.C. early next year. The USF School of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Sciences had several faculty, staff, students, and alumni selected to either present or show their poster during the conference January 23-26, 2019.

**Those underlined are also SPT&RS Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alumni.


Jamie Holloway, PT, DPT, PhD – “The association of motor development and participation in children with autism.” Along with co-authors Toby Long and Fred Biasini.

Gregory Gutierrez, PhD – “Optimizing Basic Science Content In Physical Therapy Education: A Systematic Process.” Along with co-authors Douglas Haladay, Aimee Klein, Danielle Gamboni, Laura Lee “Dolly” Swisher, and Patricia Teran Wodzinski.

Jeannie Stephenson, PT, PhD, NCS

  1. “Improved Post Test Scores in Motor Control and Motor Learning Content Areas following the use of a Learning Management System.” Along with co-authors Patti Berg-Poppe, Morris Beato, Jason Hardage, Mary Parker, and Suzanne Trojanowski.
  2. “Relationship between Gait and Balance in People with Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type.” Along with co-authors Agostina-Casamento-Moran, Basma Yacoubi Keyhani, S Subramony, David Vaillancourt, and Evangelos Christou.

Douglas Haladay, PT, DPT, PhD, CSCS – “Shared Decision Making in Physical Therapy for Patients with Low Back Pain: A Systematic Review and Thematic Synthesis of Qualitative Studies.” Along with co-authors Kristen Smith, Amy Shehadeh, Brittany Wert, and Jewel Piece.

Dustin Hardwick, PT, DPT, PhD – “A New Herbal-Based topical ointment for treatment of exercise induced delayed onset muscle soreness of the Elbow Flexor Muscles.” Along with co-authors Aimee Klein, and John Mayer.

Seok Hun Kim, PT, PhD

  1. Gait Symmetry Following Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation in Individuals with Stroke: A Systematic Review.” Along with co-authors Brian Bernel, Sarah Besaly, Sarah Woody, and Kelsey Ulliman.
  2. Steering Errors during Simulated Driving in People with Chronic Stroke. Along with co-authors Hwa-Kyung Shin, and Han-Seong Choe.

Patricia Teran Wodzinski, PT, PhD – Treadmill Gait Retraining Improves Knee Joint Position Sense in Women with Knee Hyperextension Gait Pattern.” Along with co-author H. John Yack

Aimee Klein, DPT, DSC – Striving to Enhance the DPT Students’ Knowledge and Preparation for Acute Care PT’s and the University of South Florida School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences. Along with co-authors Kelly Tucker, Christopher Wagner, Claire Millman, Jackie Johnson, Jamie Rogers, Jessica Webster, Kelly Collins, Nicole Lynch, Okkyung Kim, Sharmila Gupte, Viviane Chahinem, Yvonne Steffens, Matt Lazinski, and Douglas Haladay.

Brittney Barrie, PT, DPT

Welcome to the Resistance: Prescriptive Resistance Training for Runners. Along with co-authors Josh Barabas and Derek Miles.