Research Award Winners

AAOMPT 2019 Best Poster Presentations

  • First Place Research
    Presenter: Lynne Hughes

    Effectiveness of a 4-week Physical Therapy Intervention Using Manual Therapy and Therapeutic Exercise to Improve Posture and Functional in Older Adults with Hyperkyphosis: A Preliminary Report

  • First Place Case Report
    Presenter: Shawn Stoute

    Diagnosis of an Intramedullary Thoracic Cavernous Malformation in a Patient Referred for Lower Back Pain

AAOMPT 2019 Best Platform Presentations

  • First Place Overall: Dick Ehrard Platform Presentation Award
    Chris Allen

    Corticosteroid Injection versus A Physical Therapy Approach for the Management of Osteoarthritis: A Randomized Clinical Trial

  • First Place 5x5: Cervicothoracic Spine
    Gary Kearns

    Influence of Clinical Experience on Accuracy and Safety of Dry Needling the Obliquus Capitus Inferior in Unembalmed Cadavers

  • First Place 5x5: Lumbopelvic Spine
    Marc-Olivier St-Pierre

    Assessment of Hip Joint Intra-Capsular Pressure within the Acetabular Cavity and the Lateral Chamber during Hip Testing: A Cadaveric Preliminary Investigation

  • First Place 5x5: Upper Extremity
    Jean-Michel Brismee

    Correlation Between Shear Wave Elastography and Humeral Head Displacement During Sustained Posterior Shoulder Glide Mobilization in A Healthy Cohort

  • First Place 5x5: Clinical Pearls
    Ross Fargnoli

    Avoidance of Planned Cervical Spine Surgery with Cervico-thoracic Spinal Manipulation in A Patient Presenting with Cervical Radiculopathy: A Case Report

  • First Place 5x5: Psychometric Studies in OMPT
    Frank Tudini

    Reliability and Validity of Measurements of Cervical Retraction Strength with A Hand-held Dynamometer

  • First Place 5x5: Hypotheses and Emerging Topics
    Emmanuel Yung

    Blood Pressure-related Hypoalgesia and Sympatho-inhibition Following Mobilization in Neck Pain: Concurrent Analyses From An RCT

  • First Place 5x5: Education
    Evan Petersen

    The Effect of Real-Time Feedback on Learning Lumbar Spine Joint Mobilization by Entry-Level Doctor of Physical Therapy Students: A Randomized, Controlled, Crossover Trial