April 4, 2013
The Biodynamics and Human Performance Center will host the second anual Interactive Showcase in April of 2013 from 5:30 to 8:00PM that is free and open to the public. The event will involve light hors d’oeuvres, refreshments and opportunities to interact with the faculty and students of the Biodynamics and Human Performance Center. Showcase activities will include golf swing analyses, balance testing, strength testing, eye-hand coordination testing, movement analyses and demonstrations of trendy exercise and rehabilitation techniques and movement assessments. The event is being presented by Spine and Sport with Dr. Spencer Wheeler and Frank "The Big Guy" Sulkowski as Honorary Co-Chairs. To participate, please contact Beth Ann Walker at email@example.com.
January 21-23, 2013
Four papers from the Biodynamics and Human Performance Center were accepted at APTA-CSM, a national Physical Therapy Conference in San Deigo, CA held on January 21-24, 2013. Two of the papers, King, E, et. al and Arnsdorff, K, et. al, were nominated as one of the best orthopedic section posterboards.
- Davies, GJ, King, E, Cunningham, TC. Intratester reliability for quantification of forces with accessory and physiological movements stratified between first, second and third year SPTs using computerized instrumented shoulder models.
- Ewin, WC, King, JE, Kirksey, AM, Davies, GJ, Bringman, D, Wilcox, A, Riemann, BL. A Randomized Prospective Training Study of Open Kinetic Chain and Closed Kinetic Chain Perturbation Training in Clients with Shoulder Pain.
- Arnsdorff, K, Anderson, S, Burton, K, Voight, D, Riemann, BL, Davies, GJ. The effectiveness of low volume versus high volume upper extremity plyometric exercises on the kinematics and kinetics of the shoulder.
- King, E, Davies, GJ, Cunningham, TC. Intratester reliability for quantification of forces with accessory and physiological movements using computerized instrumented shoulder models.