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News Alert: Physical Therapy Faculty Collaborate to Establish Low Back Pain Research Center with $16.8 Million Grant from NIH

Mobility and movement are fundamental to a life free of barriers. That's why mobility and activity infiltrate research and teaching in every SHRS department and program in one way or another. Our moblity and activity research focuses on:

  • Performance optimization
  • Movement science Injury, illness, and disability prevention
  • Movement and activity-based rehabilitation for disability
  • Biobehavioral rehabilitation to promote health
  • Pain management

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SHRS Snapshots Video:

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is a rare condition typically affecting young males and their families. Learn how SHRS Occupational Therapy Researcher Roxanna Bendixen is working to help these families through a series of collaborative research studies in this SHRS Snapshots video.