We went to Thomas Jefferson University in the city of brotherly love with students and professors from TJ, Temple, University of the Sciences, Widener and Drexel for a live show and then a few beers.

David Logerstedt, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy at University of the Sciences. Current candidate for President of the Sports Section. A researcher with over 30 publications on knee and shoulder injuries. Coordinator of the Musculoskeletal Track at USciences. He holds 2 Master’s degrees in physical therapy and exercises physiology and a doctoral degree in biomechanics. He is board certified clinical specialist in sports physical therapy.

Rebecca Vernon
Rebecca is an assistant professor at Temple University and continues clinical practice in the acute care and inpatient rehab settings at Temple University Hospital and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. She earned her NCS through the ABPTS in 2015. If she is not teaching or planning health care service opportunities for her students, she is enjoying the outdoors (either road cycling or running).

Sara Tomaszewski
-Faculty in Drexel University’s Dept of PT and Rehabilitation Sciences, where I teach in the DPT program and treat patients in all 3 of our faculty run practice locations in the city
-Board certified in Orthopaedic PT
-BA from Temple University and DPT from Duke University

Lisa Hoglund an Associate Professor at Thomas Jefferson University. She is an ABPTS certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist and is Certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy.a physical therapist who loves treating patients with knee and spine pain almost as much as she loves her alma mater, the University of Michigan. Dr. Hoglund’s research interests include investigation of conservative interventions for and factors related to painful conditions of the knee joints, with a focus on knee osteoarthritis and patellofemoral pain. Current research projects include studies investigating a supervised exercise program for persons with patellofemoral osteoarthritis and development of novel physical performance measures for persons with knee osteoarthritis. Dr. Hoglund’s clinical interests include conservative interventions for knee osteoarthritis, patellofemoral pain, and painful conditions of the low back and neck.

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