Maryclaire Capetta, DPT
Assistant Professor in Residence, Kinesiology, College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources (Affiliate)
As a physical therapist clinician, my primary focus is on musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation. I understand that prevention of injury including chronic stress injury as well as promotion of healthy behaviors will substantially reduce the substantial burden on the health care system. As an experienced clinician but a novice researcher, my research interests are founded on promoting musculoskeletal health through physical activity and reducing sedentary behavior and reducing the need for musculoskeletal rehabilitation from injury.
BS – 2003, Pre-Physical Therapy, UConn
MS – 2004, Physical Therapy, UConn
DPT – 2013, Physical Therapy, University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences
“Inclinometric measurement of dorsal kyphosis: description and clinimetric properties.” Submitted for review. Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabiltiation
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