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Physical Therapy Program Faculty Profile

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Bazett-Jones, David, PhD
Physical Therapy
Assistant Professor
 
Office: Center for Graduate Studies LL04
Office Phone: 262-951-3044
Email: dbazettj@carrollu.edu
 
Education:
Ph.D. in Health Sciences (Primary Emphasis in Biomechanics, Secondary Emphasis in Motor Control)
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
August 2011

MS in Exercise Science (Emphasis in Biomechanics)
Ball State University
May 2006

BS in Athletic Training
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
May 2004
 
Areas of Specialization:
My research interests are generally related to the injury and rehabilitation of the knee. I am specifically interested in the etiology and rehabilitation of chronic knee injuries like patellofemoral pain (PFP) or iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS). My research not only investigates the influence of hip and trunk muscle function on chronic injuries, but also how the chronic pain from these injuries influences muscle function and the mechanics of locomotion. New and innovative rehabilitation, like utilizing whole-body vibration, is also a major component of my research in injured, diseased, or aging populations.
 
Scholarly and Professional Achievements:
Bazett-Jones DM, Cobb SC, O’Connor K, Huddleston W, Armstrong B, Earl-Boehm JE. The effect of patellofemoral pain on strength and lower extremity mechanics following an exhaustive run. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. In Press

Cobb SC, Bazett-Jones DM, Joshi MN, Cashin SE, Earl JE, and James, RE.  The Relationship between Foot Posture, Lower Extremity and Core Muscle Function, and Postural Stability.  Journal of Athletic Training. In Press.

Cobb SC, Joshi MN, Bazett-Jones DM, Earl JE.  The Effect of Boundary Shape and Minima Selection on Single Limb Stance Postural Stability.  Journal of Applied Biomechanics.  2012;28(5):608-15.

Bazett-Jones DM, Joshi MN, Cashin SE, Cobb SC, Earl JE.  Normalizing Hip Muscle Strength: Establishing Body-Size-Independent Measurements.  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.  2011;92(1):76-82.

Davis RW, Sanborn C, Nichols D, Bazett-Jones DM, Dugan EL. The Effects of Whole Body Vibration on Bone Mineral Density for a Person with a Spinal Cord Injury: A Case Study. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly. 2010;27(1):60-72.

Bazett-Jones DM, Finch WH, Dugan EL. Comparing the Effects of Various Whole-Body Vibration Accelerations on Vertical Jump Performance. Journal of Sports Science & Medicine. 2008;7(1):144-150.

Bazett-Jones DM, McBride JM, Gibson M. Sprint and Vertical Jump Performances are not affected by Six Weeks of Static Hamstring Stretching. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2008;22(1):25-31.

Bazett-Jones DM, McBride JM, Winchester J. Effect of Stretching and Potentiation on Maximal Force, Rate of Force Development, and Range of Motion. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2005;19(2):421-426.

For a complete listing of presentations, see my Curriculum Vitae.
 
Service to Carroll University or the Profession:
Chair, Wisconsin Athletic Trainers’ Association Research Committee (2007- Present)

Member, Wisconsin Athletic Trainers’ Association Governmental Affairs Committee (2006-Present)

Chair, Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association Student Senate (2003-2006)
 
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Last updated 5/28/2013

 
 
 
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