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Kevin Browne

 
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Kevin L Browne
Clinical Assistant Professor, Physical Therapy

Dr. Browne’s research seeks to advance the understanding of musculoskeletal management from initial health system contact to functionally optimized discharge. He has long sought to impact the clinical pathways of musculoskeletal disease. Because the physician is the initial point of contact, he seeks to facilitate greater understanding of how patients are triaged. The first clinician (whether physician, nurse practitioner or physician assistant) that a patient sees is the most important. This care provider influences patient expectation and sets in motion events that can directly affect outcome.Dr. Browne also has interest in soft tissue pain disorders and pain science, working with colleagues in the College of Health Sciences seeking answers to tendon response to mechanical load and expressed cytokine activity. Finally, Dr. Browne works to advance the DPT program's integration of Clinical Reasoning into the curriculum.

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  1. Rehabilitation Science
  2. Cross-Disciplinary Education
  3. Musculoskeletal Triage
  4. Science of Tendinopathy
  5. Peripheral and Central Sensitization
  6. Relational Coordination
  7. Clinical Reasoning
  8. Tendinopathy

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