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Author

Sue Barlow

Sue Barlow, DPT, PhD, NCS
Assistant Professor
Physical Therapy

423-425-4024
425-425-2215
Mapp Building

Education

B.S. in Biology, Villanova University
Ph.D. in Biochemistry, University of Kentucky
D.P.T., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Certifications

Neurologic Clinical Specialist
Neuro-developmental Treatment Certification
APTA Clinical Instructor Certification

Specialty Teaching Areas

Physical therapy for patients with neurological injury and patients in the acute care and inpatient rehabilitation settings.

Academic, Clinical, and Professional Experience

Currently employed PRN at Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation
Inpatient Rehabilitation Physical Therapist at Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation
Adjunct Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga 2011-2013
Adjunct Professor Bethel College 2008
Research Instructor, Department of Cellular Biology, Vanderbilt University 2003-2005
Research Instructor, Department of Biochemistry, Vanderbilt University 1995-2002

Research and Clinical Interests

Spasticity following stroke
Inpatient rehabilitation of patients with neurological injury
Wheelchair seating and positioning evaluations

Community Service

2013 Chattanooga Track Club VP of Communications
2012 Chattanooga Track Club Board Member

 

https://www.utc.edu/physical-therapy/profiles/wjq466.php

Non-surgical intervention for TFCC tears: a case study 13 Dec 2016 Wrist

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