Logan Faculty Research Presentations

March 04, 2014

Hear Logan faculty research presentations which will be presented at the National Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference later this month. 

Faculty presenting on March 7th in Room G134 at 11:05am:
Dr. Battaglia - Reliability of the Goutallier classification in quantifying lumbar multifidus fat using MRI

Dr. Mattox - Sonography of occult rib and costal cartilage fractures: A case series
Dr. Yochum - A diagnosis of post traumatic myositis ossificans using ultrasonography and radiography
Dr. Tepe - The relationship between test anxiety and grade point average in chiropractic college students
Dr. Kaeser - Didactic versus problem-based learning: is there a difference in student knowledge retention?

Faculty presenting on March 14th in Room G134 at 11:05am:
Dr. Snyder - Effectiveness of electro-acupuncture on ganglion cysts: a case study
Dr. Woolsey - The combined use of alcohol and energy drinks as a predictor of increased risk for drinking and driving
Dr. Kettner - Tactile discrimination and adaptation reflect reorganization of primary somatosensory cortex in carpal tunnel syndrome
Dr. Welk - Ultrasound imaging of full-thickness rotator cuff tears: a report of two cases
Dr. Haun - Longitudinal excursion of the sciatic nerve in the thigh during passive ankle motion measured with ultrasonography in asymptomatic subjects

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