Dr. Tuttle received a research grant from the National Institutes of Health for her project “An Innovative Rehabilitation Approach for Women with Anal Incontinence.” This project, in collaboration with investigators at UCSD, will investigate the use of different muscle contractions and exercises on the sphincter muscles and muscles of the pelvic floor with the goal […]
Congratulations to our recent graduates from the DPT Class of 2017: Katie Mitchell, Madeline Porter, Lauren Anderson, Carter Phillips, Grayson Arceo, and Brian Montz on publishing the findings of their doctoral project entitled “Differences in lumbar spine and lower extremity kinematics in people with and without low back pain during a step-up task: a cross-sectional […]
Our third cohort of the SDSU Doctor of Physical Therapy program graduated on May 13, 2017! We are proud of our new graduates and are excited to see our new colleagues on their way!
Alejandra Hernandez, Class of 2019 SDSU DPT student, is first author on a recent publication in Clinical Biomechanics entitled “Differences in lumbar spine and lower extremity kinematics during a step down functional task in people with and people without low back pain.” This research project was completed during her time as an undergraduate student at […]
Pictured are Mortar Board members Jaime Zinn (right) and Paige Kettenburg (left) – both Kinesiology majors (seniors) currently enrolled in ENS 499 Special Studies. They’ve been working with Dr. Maluf (center) on a study investigating ethnic differences in the association between sedentary behavior and pain sensitivity. Results were presented at the World Congress on Pain […]