Dr. Enriquez's research interests are in orthopedic physical therapy, quantitative sensory tests, chronic pain, and pain management.
Dr. Keefer Hutchinson's research is focused on the use of diagnostic ultrasound to explore foot and ankle morphology and pathology.
Dr. Roush joined the URI’s Physical Therapy faculty in 1991 where her focus has been on Professional Issues and disability-related topics.
Dr. Bareiss’ research focuses on understanding the development and treatment of pain and neurodegenerative disease and injury.
Dr. Boggs researches retrograde axonal atrophy in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome as well as using compression bandaging on wounds.
Dr. Ogston researches community clinical outcomes and recently has delved into foot and ankle biomechanics in the Health Science Sensorimotor lab.
Todd Hargrove is a Feldenkrais Practitioner and Rolfer living and practicing in Seattle. He writes a blog at BetterMovement.org.
Tom recently published a narrative review paper on Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy.
Katie is a travel physical therapist who has a passion for working in pediatrics. She has been traveling as a new grad since December 2018.
Breanna Spain is a second-year physical therapy student at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia. She authors the blog Breanna Spain.