Dr. Jeff Barto pUblishes article for SABR
SABR publishes Dr. Barto’s article on Rick Monday’s home run to sink the Expos only postseason appearance.
Dr. Kim Clark, Program Director of our Respiratory Therapy & Respiratory Care Programs has been asked to serve on the Respiratory Care Interest Group for the America College of Chest Physicians. During her 2 year appointment she will be responsible for mentoring and sharing experiences that impact respiratory care. This service appointment is a huge honor and reflects Dr. Clark’s reputation nationally in the field. We are proud that our RT and RC students at Charlotte are getting instruction and career mentoring for the best leaders in the field.
For years, ankle sprains have been thought of as a painful annoyance, something you can recover from quickly with proper treatment. But new research at UNC Charlotte is calling into question the long term effects of the injury. Tricia Hubbard-Turner, an associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology and UNC Charlotte Athletic Training Coordinator, outlines […]
Four recent UNC Charlotte graduates have been invited to present at the American Association for Respiratory Care international convention. The respiratory therapy majors, Sheila Ball (’15), Holly Harron (’15), Jamie Lemmon (’15) and Andrew Miller (’14), were selected based upon their final projects completed as part of a capstone course. Ball’s research entitled “The use […]
Better diagnostic tools and increased attention to concussions at the NFL level have dramatically altered public perception of concussions. UNC Charlotte Athletic Training Clinical Coordinator Bret Wood explains why one of the most dangerous injuries athletes face can also be one of the most complex for trainers to diagnose and manage. by: Wills Citty Rock […]
A new study showing the negative effects of prolonged high heel use confirms expert consensus on the footwear, according to a UNC Charlotte expert. The study, published this month in the International Journal of Clinical Practice (IJCP), found that wearing high heels can strengthen the ankle initially, but leads to weakening and instability over time. […]
It first appeared in the public eye at the 2008 Summer Olympics. We wondered about the black lines stretched at bizarre angles across the bodies of the world’s best athletes. It took a few days for announcers and viewers alike to figure out that the tape twisting across the shoulder of gold medal volleyball player […]
The College of Health and Human Services is proud to announce that Dr. Michael Turner, Associate Professor of Kinesiology, will be taking on the role as Director of the Healthy Aging Research Academy (HARA). Dr. Turner is not only a natural fit for this position because his research focuses on the intersection of cardiovascular functioning, […]
Dr. Scott Gordon, Chair of the Department of Kinesiology, is travelling to Shanghai, China in early November to participate in an editorial board meeting for the Journal of Sport and Health Science. While there, he will also give a seminar at the Shanghai University of Sport (SUS) entitled, “Chronic Disease in the United States: ‘Fitting […]
Scott Gordon, chair of the Department of Kinesiology, will participate in the 2013 Kannapolis Scholar’s Conference on Lifespan and Nutrition for Health and Vitality, scheduled for Friday, July 26, at the Murdock Core Laboratory Building in Kannapolis. Gordon will be part of the roundtable “Midlife Nutritional Intervention: Is it too Late to Benefit from Good […]