Pamela Bosch, PT, DPT, PhD
Dr. Bosch is a neurorehabilitation and pediatric physical therapist with over thirty years of experience in the profession. Her research interests are focused on the effectiveness of intensive neurorehabilitation, determining optimal aerobic training intensity and implementing appropriate aerobic training interventions for people with impaired walking from a stroke. Dr. Bosch is interested in the ability of these interventions to reduce comorbidities, improve function, and enhance quality of life for individuals living with the effects of stroke.
Education and certifications Accordion Closed
Doctor of Physical Therapy, AT Still University, 2011
Doctor of Philosophy, Exercise Physiology (Emphasis in Exercise Neuroendocrinology), Arizona State University, 2003
Master of Science, Exercise Physiology, Arizona State University, 1988
Bachelor of Science and Certificate in Physical Therapy, University of Michigan, 1983
Teaching area/courses taught Accordion Closed
PT 545 Human Physiology and Pathology
PT 582 Therapeutic Exercise
PT 603 Life Cycle II
PT 630 Cardiopulmonary Therapeutics
PT 685 Evidence Based Practice
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