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Jason M. Shipley, PT, DPT

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor (Adjunct Faculty I)

Primary Appointment:

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science

Education and Training

Education

2003                   B.S. Biology, Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD

 

2006                   DPT, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science,          Baltimore, MD

 

Licensure

2006 – Present             Maryland

 

Certification

2009                   Orthopaedic Certified Specialist, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties

Research/Clinical Keywords

Physical Therapy, Orthopeadic, Sports Medicine

Highlighted Publications

Non Peer-Reviewed Presentations

  1. Shipley, J.  Biomechanical considerations in the baseball pitcher.  Presented at the 6th Annual Primary Care Approach to Treating the Injured Athlete continuing education course sponsored by Towson Sports Medicine and Towson Orthopaedic Associates.  Towson, MD.  May, 2009.
  2. Shipley, J.  Shoulder rehabilitation with emphasis on the scapula.  Presented at the 9th Annual Primary Care Approach to Treating the Injured Athlete continuing education course sponsored by Towson Sports Medicine and Towson Orthopaedic Associates.  Towson, MD.  May, 2012.

Proffered Communications

  1. Shipley, J.  Swimmer’s shoulder: Impingement as it relates to the swimming athlete.  Presented at Towson Sports Medicine Informational Seminar for Triathletes.  Towson, MD.  January, 2010.
  2. Shipley, J.  Rehabilitation of the throwing athlete.  Presented at Towson Sports Medicine Biannual Continuing Education Course for Athletic Trainers.  Towson, MD.  March, 2010.
  3. Shipley, J.  Overview of pelvic assessment and treatment.  Presented at Towson Sports Medicine Biannual Continuing Education Course for Athletic Trainers.  Towson, MD.  December, 2011.
  4. Shipley, J.  Perez, B.  Flexibility and strength for the overhead athlete.  Presented at Towson Sports Medicine Informational Seminar for Baseball Coaches and Players.  Towson, MD.  January, 2013.

Awards and Affiliations

Honors and Awards

2003                   Summa Cum Laude – B.S. Biology, Salisbury University

2003                   Selected to Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Salisbury University 

2006                   Outstanding Graduate Award DPT Class of 2006, University of Maryland School of Medicine,                      Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science

2006                   Dr. Frank H.J. Figge Memorial Award for Excellence in Anatomy, University of Maryland School of Medicine,            Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science

2006                   Selected to Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science

Professional Activity

Professional Society Memberships

2004 – Present             American Physical Therapy Association, Maryland and National Chapters, Orthopaedic Section (2006 – Present)

Teaching Activities

Teaching Service

University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science

2008                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 522 - Musculoskeletal Block I, 40 contact hours

2009                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 525 - Musculoskeletal Block II, 29 contact hours

2009                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 511 - Basic Sciences Block I, 46 contact hours

2009                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 522 - Musculoskeletal Block I, 30.5 contact hours

2010                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 525 - Musculoskeletal Block II, 25 contact hours

2010                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 511 - Basic Sciences Block I, 36 contact hours

2010                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 522 - Musculoskeletal Block I, 43 contact hours

2011                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 525 - Musculoskeletal Block II, 32.5 contact hours

2011                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 511 - Basic Sciences Block I, 43 contact hours

2011                   Lab Assistant, Lecturer, DPTE 522 - Musculoskeletal Block I, 28 contact hours (27 lab, 1 lecture)

2012                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 525 - Musculoskeletal Block II, 36.5 contact hours

2012                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 511 - Basic Sciences Block I, 41.5 contact hours

2012                   Lab Assistant, Lecturer, DPTE 522 - Musculoskeletal Block I, 47.5 contact hours (46.5 lab, 1 lecture)

2013                   Lab Assistant, DPTE 525 - Musculoskeletal Block II, 39.5 contact hours

Clinical Instructor, Towson Sports Medicine

2009                   Clinical Instructor, 2nd Year DPT Student –Part Time Affiliation

2010                   Clinical Instructor, 3rd Year DPT Student – Full Time Affiliation

2011                   Clinical Instructor, 2nd Year DPT Student – Part Time Affiliation

2012                   Clinical Instructor, 2nd Year DPT Student – Part Time Affiliation

2013                   Clinical Instructor, 3rd Year DPT Student – Full Time Affiliation