A case report, “Physical Therapy Management in Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections: A Case Report” written by Associate Director of Clinical Education, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy & Director of the Pre-Health Program Kate Divine, DPT, and Associate Professor of Physical Therapy Lisa McVey, DPT, was published recently in the Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy.
The School of Health Professions Student Diversity Advisory Group hosted a virtual event on April 12, called “Reflecting Outside of Ourselves: A discussion on allyship in the health professions.”
Division of Physical Therapy Class of 2021 students Jenny Fritts, Vidhi Patel, and Samantha Sova, and faculty advisors Associate Director of Clinical Education, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy & Director of the Pre-Health Program Kate Divine, DPT, and Associate Professor of Physical Therapy Jill Boissonnault, Ph.D., presented at the World Physiotherapy Congress in April on “Access to Postpartum Medical and Physical Therapy Services: Results from an International Survey.”
Division of Physical Therapy Class of 2021 students Jordan Considine, Jessica Drury-Carerro, and Roxanna Luster, and faculty advisors Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy Cameron Bolton, DPT, and Associate Professor of Physical Therapy Jill Boissonnault, Ph.D., presented at Experimental Biology 2021 – the conference of the American Association for Anatomy, with “Assessing Higher Education Policy for Pregnant and Lactating Women in Traditional Cadaveric Laboratories.”
Associate Professor of Physical Therapy Aaron Hartstein, DPT, has successfully defended his dissertation for his Ph.D. Dr. Hartstein has worked so hard to balance his great work at Shenandoah, his Ph.D. studies and life at home.
Assistant Professor of Athletic Training Denise Massie, DPT, was contracted with the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) for the Miami Open from March 22 through April 4. Dr. Massie worked alongside the WTA’s staff of primary health care providers, massage therapists, dietitians and mental health support staff. The Miami Open and WTA did an excellent job of keeping the athletes and staff within a contained environment (aka “bubble”) the entire time. The Miami Open was held at Hard Rock Stadium, the home of the Miami Dolphins.