Pediatrics Special Care Nursery Early Intervention Infant Positioning, Activity, Obesity, and Plagiocephaly Therapeutic Horseback Riding Measuring infant activity Supervised Tummy Time
Linda Kahn-D’Angelo Ph.D., completed her Doctoral degree at Boston University, Sargent College in the area of Pediatric Therapeutic Studies with a specialization in the early development of motor control. Kahn-D’Angelo also studied neuroanatomy and neurophysiology courses at Dartmouth Medical School in the Physiology Department. She recently completed her Graduate Certificate in Sleep and Sleep Disorders in Health and Diseases at UML. She currently teaches Pediatric Physical Therapy, Lecture and Laboratory and Neuroscience: Neurophysiology and Neurology and Neuroscience Lecture and Neuroscience Laboratory. She has published numerous articles and has served as an abstractor and book reviewer for the APTA. She has published several chapters on pediatric physical therapy including one on Physical Therapy in the Special Care Nursery in Campbell/Palisano’s Physical Therapy for Children. Kahn-D’Angelo is a member of the Editorial Board of Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, a peer-reviewed journal. Her clinical experience includes: In and Out Patient Hospital Clinics, Homecare VNAs, and Early Intervention Programs.