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Speech-Language/Pathology Students Present at Voice Symposium in Memory of Former Mentor

June 13, 2016

Alyssa Decker, SHS ’16, M.S. and Laurie Giamella, ’16 represented Touro College School of Health Sciences (SHS) at the 45th annual Voice Foundation Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice on June 4, 2016 at the Philadelphia Westin Hotel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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SHS Hosts First Faculty Research Retreat

June 07, 2016

Dedicated to expanding its research footprint and promoting faculty research initiatives, Touro College School of Health Sciences (SHS) held its first annual Faculty Research Retreat on June 2, 2016. The retreat was hosted by SHS Dean Louis Primavera, Associate Dean Frank Gardner, and the SHS Research Support and Development Committee.

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Health Science Undergrads Lend a Helping Hand

June 06, 2016

Students from Touro College School of Health Sciences (SHS) embarked on a service trip to Lima, Peru in January to assist hundreds of community members in need of medical, dental, and obstetrics healthcare, as well as basic community infrastructure.

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School of Health Sciences Honors Physician Assistants, Class of 2016

June 03, 2016

Graduates of the School of Health Sciences Physician Assistant (PA) Program at the Manhattan campus of Touro College were honored recently at an awards ceremony at the New York Academy of Medicine in New York City. Special achievements were recognized, and the ceremonial presentation of monogrammed white coats highlighted the celebration on May 5. 

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Metronomes, WiiFit, and Prosthetics

May 10, 2016

Drs. Frances Corio, P.T., PhD, OCS and Robert Troiano, DPT, CHT started out with a question: Could something as common as a musical metronome, which helps set a balanced pace for musicians, help individuals with limb loss walk more steadily and symmetrically? While they thought it could, they wanted to test this hypothesis scientifically. 

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The 2016 Interprofessional Education Symposium

April 26, 2016

At a recent Inter-Professional Education Symposium (IPE) sponsored by Touro College School of Health Sciences, over 350 students, faculty, and clinicians from the departments of Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Nursing, Speech Language Pathology, and Physician Assistant gathered to work together as an interprofessional team to first treat and later plan for the discharge of a fictitious patient; a 23-year-old adult with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) admitted to the hospital after suffering multiple fractures from a car accident.

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OT Students, Faculty, Alum Attend AOTA Conference

April 12, 2016

From April 7-10, Touro School of Health Sciences (SHS) Occupational Therapy (OT) students, faculty and alumni participated in the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference and Expo—the largest gathering of occupational therapy practitioners and students in the world—at the Hilton Chicago in Illinois.

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Professor Diana Daus’s Groundbreaking Work in Huntington’s Disease

April 04, 2016

For Diana Daus, Assistant Professor in the Occupational Therapy department of Touro’s School of Health Sciences, Huntington’s Disease is more than just a field of interest; it is personal.  Seven years ago, her mother passed away after a long and insidious battle with this hereditary disease, and her brother was diagnosed in 2014. He is currently participating in clinical trials and is under the care of a neurologist specializing in HD.

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Connecting with Seniors at Sirovich

March 21, 2016

Each year, DPT students volunteer at the Educational Alliance’s Sirovich Center, a non-profit organization located in Manhattan that caters to the health and wellness of the senior population,in a unique variety of ways—leading health fairs, helping serve lunch in the cafeteria, teaching origami, or facilitating wellness seminars, where they cover topics important to Sirovich’s clientele, such as ways to maintain healthy bones and posture, proper use and maintenance of assistive devices (e.g. walkers and canes), and balance assessments to understand fall risks.

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Horsing Around

March 21, 2016

 “Horses have a very calm demeanor, which is why they are so therapeutic for kids with disabilities,” explains Amarinder Parmar, a DPT ’17 candidate at Touro’s School of Health Sciences (SHS), when asked about the connection between physical therapy and horses. “It has to do with the movement of the horse, and the effect the pelvic input has on the children, many of whom don’t have proper body mechanics.” 

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