Making Work Rehabilitation Work

Reuben Escorpizo prepares students to provide job-specific physical therapy
Person climbing a ladder while holding a long object over their shoulder, and three other people watching.

New clinical practice guidelines, developed by Rehabilitation and Movement Science Professor Reuben Escorpizo with national collaborators, offer tools and guidance to clinicians who provide physical rehabilitation for people returning to work following injury or illness.

The authors will formally present the...

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Image from video with icons on white background. A pink circle with text that reads, "physical symptoms" and a blue square with text that reads, "Increased fall risk" followed by arrows pointing to icons depicting a person helping another person to exercise, followed by arrows pointing to green icon of a happy person with arms up and a white heart in the face area. Three circles beneath contain icons. One is a red barbell, one is a green person running, one is a blue mechanical balance scale.

Physical Therapy Video Takes First Place in National Contest

Class of 2021 Doctor of Physical Therapy students John Basa, Kira Kamrud, Sierra Martin and Maggie Smith earned top honors in a video contest hosted by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Geriatrics Academy in February.

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Professor Escorpizo working with students in physical therapy lab.

Reuben Escorpizo named to Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences Editorial Board

The newly launched publication, Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences, selected Reuben Escorpizo, a clinical associate professor and Interim Physical Therapy Program Director in the Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Science, to serve on the journal's editori

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