Research Interests: balance and falls, clinical education performance, Alzheimer's disease, and medical ethics.
Teaching Responsibilities: Entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy Program; physical therapy interventions I lab, Kinesiology, and clinical education seminars I & II.
BS, Exercise Physiology, University of Massachusetts Lowell, 1996 M.S., Physical Therapy, University of Massachusetts Lowell, 1998, DPT, University of Massachusetts Lowell, 2006
Keith Hallbourg, Ph.D., completed his undergraduate, as well as his master of science in physical therapy, degree at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. His clinical work has predominantly focused in the area of in-patient rehabilitation and geriatric medicine. Following several years as a clinician, clinical instructor, and center coordinator of clinical education with the Department of Veterans Affairs, Hallbourg joined the department of physical therapy in July of 2004 to primarily serve as the Director of Clinical Education. Additionally, Hallbourg functions as the Graduate Admission Coordinator for the department.