Sheri R. KiamiAssistant Clinical Professor
- Department of Physical Therapy, Movement & Rehabilitation Science
Office: 301 F Robinson Hall
Education/Degrees: Doctorate of Physical Therapy, 2008; Master of Science in Physical Therapy, 1998; Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences, 1989
Neurologic Certified Specialist, 2009 American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Fall Prevention
Chair of Neurology SIG for the APTA of Massachusetts; Massachusetts Falls Prevention Coalition & Speaker’s Bureau Member
PT 5210, 6221, 6222, 5151: Neurological Rehabilitation 1& 2; Motor Control and Learning
Kiami S, Wong N & Beguerie J. (2017) Barriers to Participating in Fall Prevention Programs Among Community Dwelling Elders. J of Neuro Phys Ther; on-line at www.JNPT.org.
Sky R and Kiami S. Awareness, Attitudes and Beliefs around Falls Risk and Falls Prevention Programs (2016) Issue Brief; Foundation for Healthy Communities and the New Hampshire Falls Risk Reduction Task Force.
Iversen M, Kiami S, Singh K, Masiello I, & von Heideken J. (2016) Prospective, randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effect of smart glasses on vestibular examination skills. BMJ Innovations, 2(2), 99-105.
Goodgold,S, Kiami,S, Ule,D, Schoenberg,A and Forman,G. (2001) Applicability of the Functional Reach and Timed Up and Go Tests for Elderly Individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease: Pilot Investigation. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 19(1).21-36.
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