Susan Lowe, PT,DPT, MS, GCS
Director, transitional DPT program
Department: Department of Physical Therapy
Office: 6 Robinson Hall
 
Résumé/CV

Phone: 617-304-9253
Email: s.lowe@neu.edu

 
 

Education/degrees
BS in PT CSULB
MS in Clinical Exercise Physiology, NU
DPT,  NU

Certification
CEEAA (certified exercise expert for Aging Adults)

Specializations
Geriatrics (GCS)

Research Interests
Service Learning
Geriatrics

Publications
Canavan, PK, Cahalin, LP, Lowe, S, Fitzpatrick, D Harris M & Plummer-D’Amato, P.  Managing gait disorders in older persons residing in nursing homes:  A review of literature.  J Am Med Dir Assoc.  2009; 10:230-237.
 
Harris, M, Holden, M, Cahalin, L, Fitzpatrick, D, Lowe, S, Canavan, P. Gait in older adults: A review of the literature with an emphasis toward achieving favorable clinical outcomes, Part I.  Clinical Geriatrics  July 2008;33-42.
 
Harris, M, Holden, M, Cahalin, L, Fitzpatrick, D, Lowe, S, Canavan, P.  Gait in older adults: A review of the literature with an emphasis toward achieving favorable clinical outcomes, Part I.  Clinical Geriatrics  August 2008;37-45
 
Howard, E. Naninni, A. Harvery, R., Rickles, N,. Oneil-Pirozzi, T. Lowe, S. Kirwin, J.  “Establishing an interdisciplinary geriatric education center”.  Journal of Allied Health.  Submitted 8/6/07, Accepted with revisions 2/8/09.
 
Fitzpatrick, D. Golub-Victor, A. & Lowe, S.  “Partnership perspectives:  Changing the image of physical therapy in urban neighborhoods through community service learning.” Journal of Physical Therapy Education.  2007. 20:3; 33-39.
 
Schiller, J., Schubert, S., & Lowe, S.   “The effect of a twelve-week progressive resistive program on strength and timed up and go measures in community dwelling dlders”.  Gerinotes  Nov. 2001; 8: Issue 4.


 
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