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CSM 2019 Platform Presentations
Saturday, January 26, 2019

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Block # Time Title Presenting Author

Block VI

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8:00 AM Does Multidimensional Health Assessment Using PROMIS Scales Enhance Clinical Decision Making for Patients with Orthopedic Problems? Case Series. Jeff Houck, PT, PhD
8:15 AM Patient-Defined Outcomes Differ by Age for Individuals with Musculoskeletal Pain Abigail Wilson, PT, DPT
8:30 AM Is There Association between Demographic and Psychosocial Profiles, and Pain Processing Mechanisms among Healthy Adults? Carla Enriquez, PT, DPT
8:45 AM Does Joint Hypermobility Exacerbate Pain, Functional Disability and Gait Changes in Adolescents with Juvenile Fibromyalgia? Tiffany Marulli, PT, DPT
9:00 AM Preoperative and Postoperative Psychologically-Informed Physical Therapy: A Systematic Review of Randomized Trials among Patients with Degenerative Spine, Hip, or Knee Conditions Rogelio Coronado, PT, PhD
9:15 AM The Association between Chronic Non-Arthritic Peripheral Joint Pain and Multiple Sleep Complaints: A Secondary Data Analysis of a National Cross-Sectional Survey Kenneth Taylor, PT, DPT
9:30 AM Development of a Musculoskeletal Imaging Competency Examination for Physical Therapists Troy Burley
9:45 AM Use of Intermountain Health Care's Rehabilitation Outcomes Management Systems (ROMS) to quantify patient outcomes in a private practice setting: A brief look at before and after implementation Lee Marinko, PT, ScD & James Camarions, PT, DPT

Block VII

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11:00 AM The Association Between Change in Physical Activity and Change in Health-Related Quality of Life after Total Knee Replacement Meredith Christiansen, PT, DPT
11:15 AM Center of Pressure and Vertical Ground Reaction Force Predict Knee Extensor Moment Deficits Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Implications for Clinical Assessments. Sara Almansouri, PT, MS
11:30 AM Characterization of Sagittal Plane Joints Demands During A Triple Hop Task: Implications for Clinical Interpretation Nicole Schwery
11:45 AM Physical Activity and Physical Function Before And After Total Knee Arthroplasty Joseph Zeni, PT, PhD
12:00 PM Trajectories of Sport or Recreational Activities over Eight Years and Associated Factors in Persons at Risk for Knee OA Alison Chang, PT, DPT, MS
12:15 PM Periosteal Electrical Dry Needling as an Adjunct to Exercise and Manual Therapy for Knee Osteoarthritis: a Multi-Center Randomized Clinical Trial James Dunning, PT, DPT
12:30 PM Treadmill gait retraining improves knee joint position sense in women with knee hyperextension gait pattern Patricia Teran Wodzinski, PhD
12:45 PM A Specific Protocol of Autologous Bone Marrow Concentrate and Platelet Products versus Exercise Therapy for Symptomatic Knee Osteoarthritis: A Randomized Controlled Trial with a Two Year Follow-Up Mary Langhenry, PT

Block VIII

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3:00 PM Thoracic Spine Manipulation In Patients With Cervical Radiculopathy: A Randomized Controlled Trial Ian Young, PT, DSc
3:15 PM Clinical Interpretation of the Neck Functional Status Computer Adaptive Test Daniel Deutscher, PT, PhD
3:30 PM Cervical muscle volume in individuals with idiopathic neck pain: a magnetic resonance imaging study James Elliott, PT, PhD, FAPTA
3:45 PM Relationship between Occupational Health Outcome of the STarTBack Tool, Oswestry and Return to Work for patients with Low Back Pain Jon Mauszycki, PT, DPT
4:00 PM The use of graded neck strengthening and proprioceptivc exercises within a multi-modal program to improve neck flexor endurance and function in patients with cervicogenic headache: 2 case reports. Scott Siverling, PT, DPT
4:15 PM High Performing Physical Therapists Consistently Use Skilled Interventions for Patients with Low Back Pain Despite Baseline Disability Adam Lutz, PT, DPT
4:30 PM Utilization of Physical Therapy Services for Chronic Low Back Pain in the One Year prior to Spine Surgery Jessica Carrignan, SPT
4:45 PM Is there a difference in utilization and outcomes for patients with low back pain who have been treated by a Physical Therapist versus a Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant Pamela Dibblee, PT, DPT

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