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Exercise Science students present research in Texas

Exercise Science students present research in Texas


Exercise Science students present research in Texas

Current and former Lakeland University exercise science research students presented studies at the American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting in San Antonio, Texas, on February 4.

Senior Madison Blankenship presented the study titled, “Job responsibilities and satisfaction of American physical therapists.” Co-authors included Lakeland exercise science research student Alicia Thone and Associate Professor of Exercise Science William Ebben.

Senior Alicia Thone presented the study titled, “Impacts of productivity standards and documentation requirements on American physical therapists.” Blankenship and Ebben were co-authors.

LU exercise science graduate Dylan Lange presented the study titled, “A comparative study of occupational and physical therapists.” Lakeland University exercise science graduate Garrett Duffin, as well as Thone and Ebben, were co-authors.

Lange and Duffin are each in Doctor of Physical Therapy programs. Thone has been accepted into seven Doctor of Physical Therapy programs, and Blankenship is pursuing a career as a physician’s assistant.

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