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Christine E. Danielson, PT, DPT

Academic Title:

Instructor (Adjunct Faculty I)

Primary Appointment:

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science

Education and Training

Education:

2011:                   B.S., Health and Exercise Science, Syracuse University (Magna Cum Laude)

2014:                   DPT, University of Maryland School of Medicine PTRS (Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society)

 

Post Graduate Education and Training:

2014:                   Lumbar Instability: Segmental Stabilization Progression into Functional Mobility

2014:                   Diagnostic Imaging for Physical Therapy

2014:                   Orthopedic Therapy of the Shoulder

2015:                   Functional Capacity Evaluation and Work Conditioning

2015:                   Concussion Management

2015:                   Normal and Variant Anatomy of the Upper Extremity

2015 – 2016:        Virginia Orthopaedic and Manual Therapy Institute,  Orthopedic Manual Therapy Series

2016:                   Evidence Based Active Care for Today’s Therapist

 

Certifications:

2015:                   Maryland Certification for Rehabilitation Service Provider

 

Physical Therapy Licensures:

Active:                 Maryland

Research/Clinical Keywords

Physical Therapy/Orthopedic/Sports Medicine

Clinical Specialty Details

Scope of Clinical Practice:

2014 – present:   

Physiotherapy Associates (Outpatient Orthopedic Clinic), ~ 230 patient visits per month, Staff Physical Therapist, Clinic Director in Training, Member of Physio Sports Medicine and Concussion Program, 100% FTE

Awards and Affiliations

Honors and Awards:

2008-2011:     Big East All-Academic Team, NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association), awarded to athletes that maintain a GPA of 3.5 or higher

2011:              Academic All-American- Division I Lacrosse, NCAA/ILWCA, awarded to athletes that maintain a stellar academic record while playing a Division I sport

2014:              Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, University of Maryland School of Medicine PTRS, awarded to the top 5% of the graduating class

2014:              Research Day Award, University of Maryland School of Medicine PTRS, awarded to students selected to present a case study at Research Day, case study went on to be selected to be presented at the APTA Maryland Chapter Meeting

 

Professional Activity

Professional Society Memberships:

2011- present:       General Member, American Physical Therapy Association - Orthopedic Section Member

Teaching Service

Teaching Service:

 

Teaching Assistant:

2012 – 2014:                    Anatomy, University of Maryland School of Medicine, PTRS

 

Clinical Instructor:

2016:                                 Full-Time Student (10 weeks), Sacred Heart University