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.

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