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Dr. Rundquist has extensive orthopedic physical therapy experience. He specializes in evaluation and treatment of patients with spinal dysfunction. Dr. Rundquist’s research interest is evaluating shoulder three-dimensional kinematics.
Dr. Lojovich has extensive clinical practice in physical therapy with an emphasis in Neurology. Her primary area of clinical practice and research has been in the area of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) at the Minneapolis Veteran’s Administration Medical Center.
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Dr. Vandenberg has practiced at Mayo Clinic in a variety of settings including inpatient rehabilitation, acute care, outpatient, Emergency Department and women’s health. She has been an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2005.
Dr. Dowdal-Osborn is deeply committed to creating a positive, engaging classroom with a variety of teaching and learning tools. She is passionate about meeting the students’ learning needs while simultaneously sharing her excitement about neurologic rehabilitation.
Dr. Johnson has practiced in a variety of settings including subacute, skilled nursing, transitional, outpatient and women’s health. She has spoken at the state level and has provided instruction to licensed physical and occupational therapists nationally.
Dr. Sarkar’s primary research interests are in the effects of aging, injury, disease, and therapeutic interventions on the structure and function of the musculoskeletal tissues in the shoulder joint using 3-dimensional electromagnetic motion capture techniques.
Ms. Simunds has written curriculum and conducted research for a successful social inclusion program called “Yes I Can” that assists adolescents with disabilities in increasing social competence and gaining lasting friendships.
Jennifer Menke is the Administrative Assistant for the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program and also provides support for the Bachelor of Science Nursing Program. Her responsibilities encompass many aspects, including serving as the first point of contact for faculty, guests and students, office operations, and program management.
Leah Martin serves as the Admissions Counselor and Academic Advisor for the Doctor of Physical Therapy program.