David A. Cameron, PT, PhD, OCS, ATC

David A. Cameron, PT, PHD, OCS, ATC

Clinical Associate Professor

Professional Interest:
  • Orthopedic physical therapy with special emphasis in manual therapy techniques combined with specific therapeutic exercise
  • Examination and treatment of individuals with lumbopelvic and cervical spine dysfunctions, lower extremity and shoulder problems

Primary Professional Service/Affiliation

  • Connecticut Physical Therapy Association
  • American Association of Clinical Anatomists

Degrees and Certifications

    • PHD, Pathokinesiology, 2007, New York University
    • MA, Sport Biomechanics, 1995, University of Connecticut
    • BS, Physical Therapy, 1983, University of Connecticut
    • BS, Physical Education, 1981, Central Connecticut State University

    Specialty or Specialist Certification/Training

    • Certified Specialist in Orthopedics, 1995, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties
    • Certified Athletic Trainer, 1984, National Athletic Trainers Association
    • Member, American Association of Clinical Anatomists, 2011

Teaching Responsibilities

    Fall Semester:

    • PT 611 Structure and Function I (musculoskeletal system), Large Groups Discussion and Labs
    • Semester I Coordinator
    • Director of Human Anatomy Laboratory

    Spring Semester:

    • PT 714 Structure and Function IV
    • Examination and Documentation IV

Research Interests & Grants

    • Doctoral work investigated “Differences in Lower-Limb Stiffness During Jump Landing in Athletes With and Without Unilateral Chronic Ankle Sprain.”
    • Cadaveric dissection of sacroiliac joint and intervertebral discs within the cervical region. 
    • Management of patients with frozen shoulder syndrome.

Publications and Presentations

David A. Cameron

Contact Information

Office Location & Hours

  • Location:
    Physical Therapy
    Healthcare Education N182
    College of Health Professions
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