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Keith Hallbourg, Clinical Associate Professor, Director of Clinical Education and DPT Graduate Admissions Coordinator
Dr. Keith W. HallbourgClinical Associate Professor, Director of Clinical Education and DPT Graduate Admissions Coordinator
  • College
    Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences
  • Department
    Physical Therapy
  • Phone
    (978) 934-4402
  • Fax
    (978) 934-1069
  • Office
    Weed Hall - 220
  • Email

Research Interests

Current research projects: Use of Standardized Patients in DPT curriculum and association with clinical education performance, Patella-femoral pain syndrome.

Education

  • Ph D: Physical Therapy, (2006), University of Massachusetts Lowell - Lowell, MA
  • MS: Physical Therapy, (1998), University of Massachusetts Lowell - Lowell, MA
  • BS: Exercise Physiology, (1996), University of Massachusetts Lowell - Lowell, MA
    Supporting Area: Psychology

Biography

Dr. Hallbourg joined the Department of Physical Therapy in 2004 to primarily serve as the Director o Clinical Education (DCE). Currently, in addition to his role as DCE, he teaches multiple courses within the entry-level DPT program, serves as the department's Graduate Admissions Coordinator, and is involved with various on-going research projects.

Selected Publications

  • Wu, Y., Hallbourg, K.W., Collins, S.M. (2015) "Changes of general fitness and muscle properties following police cadet training," J Phys Ther Sci 27:9 pp. 2783-6
  • YI-NING, W.U., Hallbourg, K.W., Collins, S.M. (2015) "Changes of general fitness and muscle properties following police cadet training," Journal of Physical Therapy Science 27:9 pp. 2783
  • Hallbourg, K.W. (1998) "," The effects of cold on grip strength

Selected Contracts, Fellowships, Grants and Sponsored Research

  • Clinical Consultant Pressure Redistribution Medical Mattress (2013), Fellowship - Theratorr Medical, Inc.
  • Posterior Lower Extremity Length Tension Curves -- Establishing Normative (2013), Fellowship -
    Hallbourg, K.W. (Principal)