Linda Denney, PT, PhD, MAppSc (Manip)
Dr. Denney is an Assistant Professor at NAU-Phoenix Biomedical Campus. She obtained her manual training from the University of South Australia. Dr. Denney teaches primarily in the area of orthopaedics and has over 16 years of clinic practice. Her research interests are Parkinson’s Disease, knee instability, and injury prevention in athletics.
Education and certifications Accordion Closed
Doctor of Philosophy, Rehabilitation Science, University of Kansas Med Center, 2014.
Manual Certificate, Curtain University, Western Australia, 2001
Master of Applied Science (Manipulative Physiotherapy), University of South Australia, 1997.
Bachelor of Science, Physical Therapy, Rockhurst College, 1989.
Teaching areas/courses Accordion Closed
PT 536 Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics of Normal and Pathological Motion
PT 582 Therapeutic Exercise
PT 586 Clinical Communication
PT 621 Musculoskeletal Therapeutics II
PT 670 Health Care Systems I (Physical Therapy Documentation)
Select publications/professional presentations Accordion Closed
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