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Bill Stodart PT, DPT, OCS

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    Position: Associate Professor of Physical Therapy

    Department: Physical Therapy

    Office: Stokes Athletic Center 229

    Email Dr. Bill Stodart

    814.471.1131

    About Dr. Bill Stodart

    Additional Contact Information: fax: 814-472-3140

    Education

    • BS Physical Therapy, University of Pittsburgh
    • DPT Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Chatham University
    • OCS Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy

    Biography

    • Clinical & Research Interests
    • Professional Activities and Memberships
    • Publications & Presentations
    Clinical & Research Interests

    Research Interests

    • The Difference in Single-leg Triple Jump Performance and Electromyographic Activity of the Quadriceps When Using Facilitatory Versus Inhibitory Kinesio®Taping in a Regional Population. Byers R, Davis R, James B, Forshey T, Sidorik D, Smith A, Stodart W

    • Relationship Between Surface Electromyographical Activity and Force Production of the Infraspinatus Muscle in Shoulder Rehabilitation. DeMedal, J, Hastry M, Klebon J, Leach N, Pollino D, Stodart W 

    • Is There a Relationship Between Medial Longitudinal Arch Height and Selected Foot Muscle Strength? Brennan J, Nicholson J, Shaffer R, Sharr A, Slifko A, Stodart W 

    • Relationship Between Measurements of Medial Longitudinal Arch Height and Selected Foot Muscle Strength in Vibram Five Finger and Shod Runners Gurtizen G, Lee J, Penska M, Schuh, M, Staily, C, Stodart W


    Teaching Activities

    • PT 404: Surface Anatomy/Palpation
    • PT 405: Exercise Prescription
    • PT 520: Physical Therapy Procedures
    • PT 523: Patient Management 2- Musculoskeletal 1
    • PT 622: Patient Management 5- Musculoskeletal 2

      Professional Activities and Memberships
      • American Physical Therapy Association
      • Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association
      • Orthopedic Section, APTA
      Publications & Presentations
      • The Difference in Single-leg Triple Jump Performance and Electromyographic Activity of the Quadriceps When Using Facilitatory Versus Inhibitory Kinesio®Taping in a Regional Population. Byers R, Davis R, James B, Forshey T, Sidorik D, Smith A, Stodart W 
        v  This study was accepted for platform presentation at the 2016 PPTA State Conference
        •   Clinical Update on Shoulder Special Tests and Therapeutic Exercise
          West Central District Meeting, PPTA 
          •   Relationship Between Surface Electromyographical Activity and Force Production of the Infraspinatus Muscle in Shoulder Rehabilitation. DeMedal, J, Hastry M, Klebon J, Leach N, Pollino D, Stodart W
            v  This study was accepted for platform presentation at the 2015 PPTA State Conference
            v  This study was voted “Best Research 2015” at the 2015 PPTA State Conference.

          • DiSepio Symposium Series 
            Keynote Speaker 
            Current Concepts in the Management of the Lumbar Spine May 22, 2015

          • The Ten Laws of Injury Prevention  
            Ebensburg Area Runners Club