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Keith Hallbourg

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
  • CollegeCollege of Health Sciences
  • DepartmentPhysical Therapy
  • Phone(978) 934-4402
  • Fax(978) 934-1069
  • OfficeWeed Hall - 220
  • Emailkeith_hallbourg@uml.edu

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.

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

Contracts, Fellowships, Grants and Sponsored Research

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