Cathy A. Larson PT, PhD is an associate professor and the associate director for the Ph.D. in physical therapy program at University of Michigan – Flint.
Dr. Bowens teaches basic evaluation skills, therapeutic interventions, and musculoskeletal diagnosis and treatment, including post-operative rehabilitation.
Dr. Merians researches technology-assisted rehabilitation to re-train people with neurological diseases like stroke or cerebral palsy.
Dr. Sun researches and teaches neuro-motor development, neuroanatomy, neurophysiology and principles of physical therapy interventions.
Dr. Apke's research interests include clinical education models, impact of student clinicals on clinician productivity and leadership development.
Dr. Halle's is a professor at Belmont University, whose interests are in anatomy, electrophysiological evaluation, orthopaedics and sports medicine.
Dr. Figuers' current areas of research focus on pelvic floor dysfunction in female athletes as well as physical activity in postpartum women.
Dr. Liang-Ching Tsairesearches biomechanical injury mechanisms and developing effective interventions to prevent and treat lower extremity injuries.
Dr. Skinner is the leading expert in PoNS Treatment™ and co-author of Cranial Nerve Noninvasive Neuromodulation: New Approach to Neurorehabilitation.
Dr. Hepple researches the mechanisms of neuromuscular impairment in aging and age-related diseases such as chronic obstructive lung disease.