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Bryan Boyea

 
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Bryan Boyea
Clinical Assistant Professor, Rehabilitation Sciences

Critically analyzing the method upon which health care is implemented is an essential component to advancing a profession. In physical therapy, as with other professions, research is the foundational conduit through which current practice is assessed. My research philosophy is to objectively and systematically assess current practice from a clinically-based perspective for adult, active populations with movement impairments of the neuromusculoskeletal system that may lead to pain, increased risk of injury, decreased functional capacity, and decreased quality of life. Concurrently, this line of research may result in increasing the capacity for movement and increase functional performance.

KEYWORDS

  1. And psychomotor skills required to accurately evaluate and manage clients with MSK disorders across the lifespan.
  2. Chronic and post-surgical musculoskeletal disorders. Injury prevention in athletic and military populations. Professorial focus is on preparation of Doctor of Physical Therapy students to attain the foundational
  3. Critical clinical reasoning
  4. I am a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopeadic Physical Therapy focusing on the evaluation and management of clients with disorders of the movement system and pain due to acute
  5. Knowledge

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