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Physical therapy student-faculty research team presents scholarly work in Paris
Posted 11/27/2018 10:46AM

A team of Misericordia University student researchers in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program recently presented their scholarly work, "The Effects of Stabilization Exercise on Low Back Pain and Pelvic Girdle Pain in Pregnant Women: A Systematic Review,'' at local, state and international conferences.

Graduate students Julie Bogaert, Bangor; Julia Marceca, Kinnelon, N.J.; Samantha Partington, Fogelsville, Meghan Stack, Douglassville, collaborated with faculty advisor Amy Tremback-Ball, Ph.D., P.T., associate professor. The student researchers presented their findings at the 12th International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine World Congress in Paris, France, the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association MovePA Conference in King of Prussia, and at Misericordia University's Fifth Annual Student Research Symposium: Current Research in Physical Therapy on campus.

For more information about the doctor of physical therapy program at Misericordia University, please call (570) 674-6400 or visit www.misericordia.edu/pt.

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Misericordia University student-faculty researchers in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, from left, Amy Tremback-Ball, Ph.D., P.T., associate professor, faculty advisor; Julia Marceca, Kinnelon, N.J.; Julie Bogaert, Bangor, Pa.; Samantha Partington, Fogelsville, Pa., and Meghan Stack, Douglassville, Pa., presented their scholarly work, 'The Effects of Stabilization Exercise on Low Back Pain and Pelvic Girdle Pain in Pregnant Women: A Systematic Review,' at the 12th International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine World Congress in Paris, France, the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association MovePA Conference in King of Prussia, and at Misericordia University's Fifth Annual Student Research Symposium: Current Research in Physical Therapy on campus.

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