2015 AAOMPT Conference
Past and present UPS students presented platforms and received awards at this year’s annual AAOMPT conference in Louisville, KY.
Anysley Muller, currently a 3rd year student, presented her group’s research:
Effectiveness of Spinal Manipulation in the Treatment of Non-musculoskeletal Disorders: A Systematic Review. Muller A, Murphy E, Brownstein S, Boyles RE.
Recent 2015 graduate, Dr Rebecca Fowler, presented her group’s research:
Effectiveness of Trigger Point Dry Needling for Multiple Body Regions: A Systematic Review. Fowler R, Ramsey D, Burrows E, Boyles RE.
This study has also been accepted for publication in the Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy.
Additionally, 2009 graduate, Dr Brett Neilson and Dr Bob Boyles received the Dick Ehrard award for outstanding platform presentation for the study entitled:
The Effects of Spinal Manipulation Prohibition on Physical Therapists’ Decision to Practice in Washington State.
Overall, great representation from the UPS DPT program on the national stage. Go Loggers!