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Marist College

3399 North Road, Science and Allied Health Building #231, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
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Overview

The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program aims to contribute in three areas: teaching, research and service to the society. Sessions in the laboratory enable us to analyze movements and, thus, improving sport injuries’ prevention and enhancing the quality of life of people with neuromuscular disorders.

Achievement of the DPT program is accomplished by educating students who will become autonomous movement specialists prepared in the examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis, and intervention of impairments, functional limitations, and disorders of the musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiovascular, pulmonary and integumentary systems. Graduates will integrate critical thinking with ethical and professional judgment in all aspects of practice, teaching, research, collaboration, and consultation. They will be service-oriented professionals dedicated to achieving optimal participation of their patients/clients by using health promotion, evidence-based and innovative strategies.

Team

Claudia B. Fenderson, PT, EdD, PCS
Program Director

Julie Fineman, PT, EdM
Director of Clinical Education

Yvonne Egitto, PT, DPT
Clinical Assistant Professor

Carl W. Embola, PhD, MBA, MPA
Clinical Associate Professor

Christina L. Fojas, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor

John C. McGee, PT, PhD, MBA, OCS, ATC
Assistant Professor

James G. Rauh, PT, DSc, SCS, ATC
Clinical Associate Professor

Francine M. Sage-King, PT, DPT, ATC
Clinical Assistant Professor

Chiffawn White, BS
Business Manager

Tina Cornell, BS
Clinical Administrative Assistant

Activities

Simulation Lab
The Simulation suite incorporates the use of both standardized patients and high tech manikins including trauma man, sim mom, infant, baby and infant.

Students use the lab for basic instruction and patient interaction, history taking and physical exam skills, diagnosis and documentation, clinical skills, and objective structured clinical examinations.

Technology supports student learning by digitally capturing data, both voice and video. Students have access to this data when appropriate for self-evaluation.

Physical Therapy Lab
The Physical Therapy Laboratory is 2060 sq. ft. and is the primary teaching lab for the Program.

It is fully outfitted with the latest in physical therapy and instructional equipment including state-of-the-art hi-low manual mobilization tables and modalities commonly used in PT practice including hot and cold packs, ultrasound, diathermy, laser, traction, mechanical compression and electrical stimulators (AC and DC) that include interferential, pre-modulated, medium frequency, biphasic, hi-volt and micro-current options. Additional equipment includes parallel bars, low mats, pulley systems, free-weights, wheelchairs, mats, etc.

Motion Analysis Lab
The Motion Analysis Laboratory is a teaching and research facility, mainly used for instruction of the biomechanics of normal and pathological movement patterns.

One of the primary research goals is to assess the gait of children and adults with neuromuscular, musculoskeletal disorders and limb loss in order to facilitate clinical decision-making and assess treatment efficacy.  In addition, the collaboration between the physical therapy department and athletics will facilitate analysis of sports biomechanics for injury prevention and performance rehabilitation.

Gross Anatomy Lab
The Gross Anatomy Laboratory is a teaching facility. It includes 11 down-draft tables for whole body cadaveric dissection (with a student:donor ratio of approximately 5:1), surgical lights, video cameras, and all-in-one computers at each work station, for students to access online lab dissectors and course material, a prep room with additional storage and space for up to 25 donor cadavers.

Why BTS?

The presence of the specialized BTS Movement Lab will facilitate program development with hospitals, schools and community organizations for research, service and wellness projects.

The use of BTS technologies helps to clarify medical decision making and the outcome of interventions.

Indeed, the integration of SMART DX, P-6000 in-ground force plates and wireless EMG simultaneous allows full kinematic, kinetic and muscle activation gait and functional analyses. Such relevant information can be used in rehabilitation fields, for example to establish an optimized plan of care in a rehabilitation program, plan interventions, and monitor the treatment programs.

The BTS systems are also used for training our DPT students during their doctoral studies.

Address: 3399 North Road, Science and Allied Health Building #231, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
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Country: United States
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