PictureAs a clinician and researcher, I am lucky enough to interact with multiple students who positively impact the profession of physical therapy by engaging in research.  This past week was the combined section meeting in Anaheim.  A student was able to present some of our research and I wanted to give him a post because this is a great accomplishment. 
Nice job Philipp Hogg!!!
Functional Hop Tests and Tuck Jump Assessment Scores Between Female Division I
Collegiate Athletes Participating in High vs. Low ACL Injury Risk Sports . Philipp Hoog, Meghan Warren, Craig Smith, Nicole Chimera.  Combined Sections Meeting, 2016.

Share this post

Related Post

MARCH 19, 2020

What is Telehealth? A new...

The Technical Definition The official definition of telehealth is as follows:...


AUGUST 6, 2019

Why are physical therapy...

What is a Trigger? We use the term trigger as a catch all term for the activities and...


SEPTEMBER 30, 2018

Imaging & Pain

In clinic, we get a lot of questions about pain because it is the main reason people walk...


JUNE 23, 2018

Why Do Athletes Cramp?

Occasionally we have conversations at Smith Performance Center about different, common...


APRIL 4, 2018

How to put on a SERF Strap

The best brace that is the most difficult to put on At SPC, we use the SERF strap a...


NOVEMBER 9, 2017

Friday Fundamentals: Plank...

Today we are going over the basics of the plank that we use in our strength training...