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Emmanuel Babatunde John, PT, DPT, PhD, MBA, is currently an Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of Physical Therapy at Chapman University's Rinker Health Sciences Center, Irvine, California. Dr. John is providing visonary leadership to the oldest physical therapists education program in the United States. The Chapman Physical Therapy program founded in 1910, at the Children Hospital, Los Angeles, was first accredited in 1928, and has maintained continued accreditation till the present.

In an announcement to the Chapman University Community, Dr. Janeen Hill, the Dean of the Crean College of Health & Behavioral Sciences at Chapman University, said, "...Dr. John brings to Chapman a rich history as a clinician and academic, an international perspective on healthcare, and an extensive record of national and international professional service. Dr. John’s research spans three areas: effects of age, gender, and neurological lesions on the sense of motor effort; effects of discharge destinations and socioeconomic factors on motor function recovery after stroke; and, the impact of brain-drain on physical therapy education in developing countries."

Chapman University
Located in Orange, California, Chapman University founded in 1861, is a private university with undergraduate and graduate enrollment of over 8,000 students. Just steps away from the restaurants and shops in Orange’s Old Towne Plaza, Chapman’s stately, palm-treed campus is a centerpiece of this comfortable mid-sized city. Ideally situated within an hour’s drive of Los Angeles, our southern California location provides easy access to LA and Hollywood internships, beautiful beaches, Disneyland, mountains and desert. Chapman University's whole personal education strategy attracts students from different backgrounds and countries from all over the world: with students from 49 states, the U.S. territories and more than 60 different countries.

Before his appointment at Chapman University, Dr. John was most recently an Associate Professor and Director of Research at the School of Physical Therapy (SOPT), Touro University Nevada (TUN), Henderson, Nevada, USA July 2014 - August 2015. Prior, Dr. John was an Associate Professor of Physical Therapy and Director, Motor Control and Neuromuscular Performance Laboratory at Radford University (RU), Roanoke, VA, USA between August 2011 to May 2014. While at RU, and apart from his teaching responsibilities, Dr. John conducted motor control and neuro-rehabilitation studies on the effects of gender, age-related changes and neurological lesions on sense of motor effort using a feed-forward model of human voluntary motor tasks performance.

Prior to his appointment at Radford University, Dr. John was Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy and Director, Motor Control & Neuromuscular Performance Laboratory (MCNPL) at Howard University, Washington DC, USA since October 2006 - May 2011. Dr. John was a doctoral student, Graduate Research and Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) from June 2002-August 2006 where he graduated with a PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences. The title of his Doctoral Dissertation is "Effects of Aging, Gender and Dominance on the Sense of Motor Effort and its Potential Application in Stroke". Before departing the shores of Nigeria for the United States in 2002, Dr. John was Associate Lecturer at the Federal School of Physiotherapy, Bayero University, Kano (1996-2002) and Physiotherapist 1 at the National Orthopaedic Hospital, Dala-Kano (1997-2002). Dr. John served as NYSC Physiotherapist at the Specialist Hospital Birnin-Kebbi, Kebbi State (1995-1996) and Physiotherapist Intern at the Murtala Muhammed Specialist Hospital, Kano (1994-1995). As a committed lifelong learner, most recently, Dr. John went back to school, and earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (2015) from the Alabama State University, Birmingham, AL, and a Master of Business Admininistration, MBA (2016) degree from Lousiana State University, Shreveport, Louisiana.

Dr. John is a graduate of the B.Sc. Physiotherapy program of the College of Medicine, University of Lagos where he graduated with a B.Sc. (Hon), and 2nd class upper division in March of 1994. The title of his BSc Dissertation was "Effects of Isometric Exercise on Resting Blood Pressure of Normotensive Subjects". Prior to his undergraduate studies, he attended Ansar-ud-Deen College, Isolo-Lagos for his Advanced levels studies (1985-87) and New State High School, Palm-Avenue, Mushin-Lagos (1979-1985) for his secondary school education. He also attended Mayflower Junior School, Ikenne, Ogun State (1974-1976) and St. Jude’s Anglican Primary School, Ilasamaja-Lagos (1976-1979) for his primary school education.

Dr. John in his student days demonstrated exemplary leadership qualities. He was President of the Nigerian Association of Physiotherapy Students (NAPS) (1992-1994), Sports Secretary of NAPS (1991-1992), Acting Editor PhysioBud, Journal of NAPS (1991-1992), President of Rotaract Club of the CMUL (1992-1993), Club Service Director of Rotaract Club of the CMUL (1991-1992) and President of Science Club of Ansar-ud-Deen College (1986-1987). Dr. John was the Class President of the 1994 BSc Physiotherapy graduating class at the CMUL from 1991-1994. He was also the Socials Prefect at New State High School (1984-1985). He was awarded a Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) by Rotary International for his exemplary Youth Leadership skills in 1993. Dr. John was also the first NAPS President to participate in a program of the International Physiotherapy Students Association (IPSA) in Marburg, Germany, August 1992. His report ‘On to Marburg’ remains at the Departmental Library of the Physiotherapy Department, CMUL.

Upon graduation as a physical therapist in 1994, Dr. John continued to demonstrate professional leadership potentials. He was the General Secretary of the Kano State Chapter of the Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy from 1999-2002, pioneer editor of National PhysioNews (official Newsletter of the Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy) from 2000-2002, past-Assistant Secretary General of the Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy from 2000-2002 and the Executive Editor of the Nigeria Physiotherapy Network, 2003-present.

Dr. John is multi-talented. In his spare time he design websites and is committed to putting Nigeria Physiotherapy on the worldwide web. He designed the first website to advertise and promote Nigeria Physiotherapy online in 1999 (http://www.nigeriaphysionet.8m.com), and in 2003, he designed and launched the present Nigeria Physiotherapy Network website (http://www.nigeriaphysio.net). He also designed the website for the Nigerian Association of Physiotherapy Students (http://www.nigaps.org), University Of Lagos Association Of Physiotherapy Students (http://www.ulaps.org), Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy (http://www.nigeriaphysio.org) and the World Congress for Physical Therapy - Africa Region (http://www.wcptafrica.org). He also completed a website design and development project for his former employer, the National Orthopaedic Hospital, Dala-Kano, Nigeria (http://www.orthopaedicdala.org) and the New York Institute of Technology's School of Health Professions, Behavioral & Life Sciences (http://iris.nyit.edu/hpbls).

Dr. John is also a born-again Christian, a preacher and an insightful teacher of God’s word. He oversaw Membership and Discipleship classes at his church family when he was in Kansas City at the Praise Chapel Christian Fellowship as well as designed and maintained the church’s websites (http://www.praisechapelkc.com, http://www.praisechapeltv.org) from 2002-2007. Dr. John is also the United States Coordinator of the Fountain of Wisdom Ministries (http://www.fowm.org) and had oversight over the entire Ministries’ websites (designs and maintenance) and its North American operations.

According to Dr. John’s mentor, Dr. Chukuka Enwemeka, Provost and Senior Vice President at San Diego State University, who was instrumental in recruiting him into the PhD program at KUMC while there as the Chair of the Physical Therapy program, “Emmanuel has an impressive background, clear academic vision, maturity and admirable level of motivation to develop himself into a university faculty. Emmanuel is a clear thinker and a hard worker with the type of self-drive, independent thinking, intellectual curiosity and emotional stability sought in young faculty persons. As an individual, he is a team player—always amicable, helpful and considerate of others. Moreover, having assisted me in one of my courses and in some of my previous research activities, I know that he is a well-organized teacher with the ability to handle independent research.” Dr. John had adopted Professor Enwemeka as his mentor in 2001. Dr. John has some published research abstracts, conference presentations at national and international meetings. He also has about five manuscripts in preparation for publication in peer-reviewed Journals. Dr. John is an International Editorial Consultant, manuscript reviewer and webmaster for Journal of Medicine and Rehabilitation (http://www.jmedrehab.org), Nigerian Journal of Medical Rehabilitation (http://www.mrtbjournal.org), Journal of Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy (http://www.jnsp.org). He is also a manuscript reviewer African Journal of Health Sciences (http://www.ajol.info/journal_index.php?jid=205).

Dr. John is married to Oluwatoyin, a BA English Arts graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria, and a Mary Kay Beauty Consultant and Sales Director. Their marriage is blessed with two daughters and a son, Oluwatamilore (12 years old), Oluwatoni (10 years old) and Oluwadamilola (7 years old).

Below are some of Dr. John's Conference presentations and published works.

PROCEEDINGS AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  1. John EB, Gajewski B, Gobert D, Bouckhout V, Billinger SA, Cho JK. CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSE OF CHRONIC STROKE SURVIVORS TO AN AEROBIC EXERCISE TRAINING PROGRAM. Oral Presentation at the 50th Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. June 5-8, 2003. San Francisco, CA.
  2. John EB, Santos M, Larson J, Bouckhout V, Jernigan S, Kapros I, Gobert D. Cardiovascular Response of Chronic Stroke Survivors to a Resistance Exercise Training Program. Poster Presentation at the 29th International Stroke Conference, San Diego, CA, February 4-7, 2004.
  3. Bouckhout V, Gobert DV, Jernigan S, Kapros I, Santos M, John E, Guillory A. DOES TOTAL BODY RECIPROCAL TRAINING IMPROVE FUNCTIONAL BODY SYMMETRY IN PERSONS WITH HEMIPARESIS? Award Winning Oral Presentation at the Central States ACSM Meeting, October 12th-13, Kansas City, MO.
  4. Gobert DV, Bouckhout V, Jernigan S, Kapros, I, Santos M, John E. Guillory A. Effects of Total Body Reciprocal Training on Ambulation Skills in Persons with Hemiparesis. Oral Presentation at the Central States ACSM Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 12th-13th, 2003.
  5. Gobert D, Santos M, Bouckhout V, Jernigan S, Kapos I, John E. AN 8-WEEK EXERCISE PROGRAM LEADS TO DECREASED RISK FACTORS FOR SECONDARY STROKE IN CHRONIC STROKE SURVIVORS. Oral Presentation at 6th World Congress on Aging and Physical Activity, Ontario, Canada , August 3-7th 2004.
  6. John EB, Santos M, Larson J, Bouckhout V, Jernigan S, Kapros I, Gobert D. Effect of Resistance Exercise Training on Resting Blood Pressure of Chronic Stroke Survivors. Journal of Stroke. Poster Presentation at the 30th International Stroke Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 2-4, 2005.
  7. John EB, Liu W, Gregory RW. Age-Related Changes in Muscular Effort. Abstract presented at the 30th American Society of Biomechanics Conference, Sep. 6-9, 2006 in Blacksburg, VA.
  8. Gregory RW, John EB, Liu W. Gender-Related Differences in Muscular Effort. Platform Presentation at the 2007 Northeast American Society of Biomechanics conference, University of Maryland ( College Park, MD), March 30-31, 2007.
  9. Gregory RW, John EB, Liu W. Biomechanical Measures of Muscular Effort: Validity and Reliability. Poster Presentation at the 54th Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 31st- June 2nd 2007
  10. John EB. Injection Palsy: A true 25-years (1968-1993) endemic rate of a usually misdiagnosed acute flaccid paralytic condition in a Lagos University Teaching Hospital. Special Interest Group platform presentation at the 15th World Congress of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada, June 2nd-7th 2007.
  11. John EB, Mukherjee M, Kim SH, Liu W, Gregory RW, (2008). A Quantitative Method for Assessing Stroke-impaired Sense of Motor Effort: A Preliminary Study. Poster presentation at the 55th Annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Indianapolis, IN. May 28-31, 2008.
  12. Brown JN, Asongwed ET, Chesbro SB, John EB. Inter-rater and intra-rater reliability of ankle-brachial index measurements using stethoscope and Doppler. Poster presentation at annual meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, June 11-14, 2008, San Antonio, TX.
  13. John EB, Mukherjee M, Kim SH, Liu W, Gregory RW. A Quantitative Method for Assessing Stroke-impaired Sense of Motor Effort: A Preliminary Study. Poster presentation at the 7th Biannual meeting of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy – Africa Region, International Conference Center, Abuja, Nigeria, August 18-22, 2008.
  14. Sanusi M, Green RA, Tavakol K, John E. A Comparison of the Rate of Utilization of Physical Therapy Among Nigerians and African America in Washington, DC. Poster presentation at annual meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, June 10-13, 2009, Baltimore, MD.
  15. Haile N, Asongwe E, Chesbro S, John EB. Reliability of ABI Measurements: A Comparison of Vascular and Standard Blood Pressure Cuffs. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, June 10-13, 2009, Baltimore, MD.
  16. John EB, Liu W, Gregory RW. Effects of Age and Joint Kinematics on Perception of Effort. Oral presentation at the 56th Annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Seattle, WA. May 27-30, 2009.
  17. Ling X, Reicherter A, John E (2010). The Translation and Use of The Profile of Chronic Pain (PCP:S) to Assess the Impact of Pain on the Lives of Chinese Older Adults Residing in the United States: A Pilot Study. Poster presentation at the Combined Section Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, San Diego, CA, February 17-20, 2010.
  18. John EB (2010). Moving Physiotherapy Forward in Africa: International Long-Distance Education Collaborations Using Latest Information Technologies. A Plenary session presentation during the 8th Biannual Conference of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Africa Region, Accra, Ghana, July 21-23, 2010.
  19. John EB (2010). Formation of African Association of Academic Physiotherapists. A Plenary session presentation during the 8th Biannual Conference of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Africa Region, Accra, Ghana, July 21-23, 2010.
  20. John EB (2010). A Clinical Differential Diagnosis Algorithm for Poliomyelitis and Injection Palsy. A platform presentation during the 8th Biannual Conference of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Africa Region, Accra, Ghana, July 21-23, 2010.
  21. John EB, Okafor UAC (2010). Clinical Residency Program versus Transitional DPT: Immediate Preference of Nigerian Physiotherapists for a Pathway to Post-Graduate Physiotherapy Clinical Training. A platform presentation during the 50th Annual Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting of the Nigeria Society of Physiotherapy, Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria, October 27-30th, 2010.
  22. Bond V, Blakely R, John EB (2011). Restricted Blood Flow Exercise on Vascular Function in African Americans With and Without Parental Hypertension. Slide/Platform presentation scheduled for the 58th Annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Denver, CO. May 31-June 4, 2011.
  23. Asongwed E, Chesbro S, John EB (2011). The Saving Leg Project (TSLP): Web-based instruction on Peripheral Arterial Disease and use of the Ankle Brachial Index. A Technology Poster Presentation scheduled for 2011 Annual General Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, National Habor, MD, June 8-11, 2011.
  24. Okafor UAC, John EB (2011). Clinical Residency Program versus Transitional DPT: Immediate Preference of Nigerian Physiotherapists for a Pathway to Post-Graduate Physiotherapy Clinical Training. A Poster Presentation scheduled for 16th World Congress of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 20-23, 2011.
  25. John EB (2011).Concurrent Validation of a Clinical Differential Diagnosis Algorithm for Poliomyelitis and Injection Palsy using Referring Physician´s Medical Diagnosis. A Poster Presentation scheduled for 16th World Congress of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 20-23, 2011.
  26. Julia C, Harper B, Huth R, Jagger K, John E, Siyufy A, Swanson E (2012). An Integrated Doctor of Physical Therapy Curriculum: Fulfilling a Growing Community Need. Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, February 8-10, 2012.
  27. John EB (2012). Establishing and Upgrading African Physiotherapy Education through Collaborative Partnerships with Resource Rich Countries. Plenary Session presentation during the 9th Biennial Conference of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Africa Region, Nairobi, Kenya, June 6-9, 2012.
  28. Asongwed E, Chesbro S, John EB (2012). Effect of an online education program on clinicians’ knowledge about peripheral arterial disease and the ankle-brachial index: Considerations for health disparity reduction in Washington, DC. Paper accepted for Poster Presentation during the National Institutes of Health's 2012 Science of Eliminating Health Disparities Summit, October 31-November 3, 2012.
  29. Chesbro S, Polk C, Stephens J, Thomas P, John E (2013). Effect of Time and Use of Pictographs on Exercise Performance in Adults Aged 50 Years and Older. Paper accepted for Poster presentation during the Combined Sections Meeting 2013 of the American Physical Therapy Association, San Diego, CA, January 21 - 24, 2013.
  30. Harper B, Jagger J, Castleberry J, Siyufy A, Aron A, Huth R, Swanson E, John E (2013). Developing an Autonomous Entry-Level Doctor of Physical Therapy Practitioner: The Science and Art of a Clinical Education Program. Paper presented at the Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, February 6-8, 2013.
  31. John EB, Gaskell DJ, Herbertson RK (2013). Effects of time to Physical Therapy Order on Length of Stay and Discharge NIH Stroke Scale Scores in an Acute Stroke Unit. Paper accepted for Poster presentation at the Quality of Care and Outcomes Research in Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke 2013 Scientific Sessions, American Heart/Stroke Association, Washington, DC, May 15, 2013.
  32. John EB. From Advocacy to Action against Non Communicable Diseases Through Physiotherapist Education. An Invited Key Note Address presented to the 10th WCPT Africa Region Congress held in Lusaka, Zambia, May 19-24, 2014.

PEER-REVIEW PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS

  1. John EB, Gajewski B, Gobert D, Bouckhout V, Billinger SA, Cho JK. Cardiovascular Response of Chronic Stroke Survivors to an Aerobic Exercise Training Program. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2003; 35(Supplement):S195
  2. Gobert D, Santos M, Bouckhout V, Jernigan S, Kapos I, John E. AN 8-week exercise program leads to decreased risk factors for secondary stroke in chronic stroke survivors. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity; 12(3) October 2004.
  3. John EB, Santos M, Larson J, Bouckhout V, Jernigan S, Kapros I, Gobert D. Effect of Resistance Exercise Training on Resting Blood Pressure of Chronic Stroke Survivors. Stroke 2005; 36 (2): A519.
  4. John EB, Liu W, Gregory RW. Effects of Age and Joint Kinematics on Perception of Effort.  American Society of Biomechanics Conference Proceedings 2006. Blacksburg, VA
  5. Gregory RW, John EB, Liu W. Biomechanical Measures of Muscular Effort: Validity and Reliability. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2007; 39:5 (Supplement), S256.
  6. John EB. Injection Palsy: A true 25-years (1968-1993) endemic rate of a usually misdiagnosed acute flaccid paralytic condition in a Lagos University Teaching Hospital. Physiotherapy 2007; 93 (Suppl 1):S773.
  7. John EB, Popoola AO, Allen AA. Eight-Days Isometric Exercise Training Lowers Blood Pressure in Normotensive Subjects. Journal of Clinical Hypertension 2008, 10:5 (Supplement A);A59.
  8. Brown JN, Asongwed ET, Chesbro SB, John EB. Inter-rater and intra-rater reliability of ankle-brachial index measurements using stethoscope and Doppler. Physical Therapy 2008. Available online at: http://apps.apta.org/Custom/abstracts/pt2008/abstractsPt.cfm?m_id=17314
  9. John EB, Mukherjee M, Kim SH, Liu W, Gregory RW. A Quantitative Method for Assessing Stroke-impaired Sense of Motor Effort: A Preliminary Study. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2008, 40:5 (Supplement);S318.
  10. John EB, Liu W, Gregory RW. Effects of Age and Joint Kinematics on Perception of Effort. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2009, 41:5 (Supplement);S168.
  11. Haile N, Asongwe E, Chesbro S, John EB (2009). Reliability of ABI Measurements: A Comparison of Vascular and Standard Blood Pressure Cuffs. Physical Therapy. Accessible online at: PT2009a Abstract Link  
  12. Sanusi M, Green RA, John EB, Tavakol K (2009). A Comparison of the Rate of Utilization of Physical Therapy among Nigerians and African Americans in Washington, DC. Physical Therapy Abstracts. Accessible Online at: PT2009b Abstract Link
  13. Ling X, Reicherter A, John E (2010). The Translation and Use of The Profile of Chronic Pain (PCP:S) to Assess the Impact of Pain on the Lives of Chinese Older Adults Residing in the United States: A Pilot Study. Physical Therapy. PT2010 Abstract Link
  14. Bond V, Blakely R, John EB (2011). Restricted Blood Flow Exercise on Vascular Function in African Americans With and Without Parental Hypertension. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2011, 43:5; 647.
  15. Asongwed E, Chesbro S, John EB (2011). The Saving Leg Project (TSLP): Web-based instruction on Peripheral Arterial Disease and use of the Ankle Brachial Index. Physical Therapy. Accessible online at: PT2011 Abstract Link
  16. Okafor UAC, John EB (2011). Clinical Residency Program versus Transitional DPT: Immediate Preference of Nigerian Physiotherapists for a Pathway to Post-Graduate Physiotherapy Clinical Training. Available online at: WCPT2011a Abstracts Archives.
  17. John EB (2011).Concurrent Validation of a Clinical Differential Diagnosis Algorithm for Poliomyelitis and Injection Palsy using Referring Physician´s Medical Diagnosis. Available online at: WCPT2011b Abstracts Archives.
  18. John EB, Gaskell DJ, Herbertson RK (2013). Effects of time to Physical Therapy Order on Length of Stay and Discharge NIH Stroke Scale Scores in an Acute Stroke Unit. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. 6: A100.
  19. John EB, Frames C, Soangra R, Gregory RW (2014). Perceptions Of Motor Effort Is Not Dependent On Muscle Mass Or Extremity. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2014, 46:5 (Supplement 1);s688.
  20. Lee J, LaPorte C, Chesbro SB, John EB (2014). Use of a measurement-based formula to determine desired tension in therapeutic taping: Developing a reliable process. Physical Therapy. Retrieved on June 13, 2014 from: http://apps.apta.org/custom/abstracts/next2014/1078.html.
  21. Newsome LJ, Barfield JP, Sallee DN, John EB, Malone LA (2016). Accelerometry and Muscle Fatigue in Elite Paralympic Athletes. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2016 May;48(5 Supplement 1):847. doi: 10.1249/01.mss.0000487537.98556.07.

PEER-REVIEW PUBLICATIONS 

  1. John EB, Liu W, Gregory RW. Biomechanics of muscular effort: age-related changes. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2009; 41(2):418-25
  2. Chesbro SB, Asongwed E, Brown J, John EB. Reliability of Doppler and stethoscope methods of determining systolic blood pressures: Considerations for calculating an ankle-brachial index. Journal of the National Medical Association 2011; 103:863-869.
  3. John EB, Pfalzer CA, Fry D, Glickman L, Masaaki S, Sabus C, Okafor UAC, Al-Jarrah M. Establishing and Upgrading Physical Therapist Education in Developing Countries: Four case examples of service by Japan and United States PT Programs to Nigeria, Suriname, Mongolia, and Jordan. Journal of Physical Therapy Education 2012; 26(1):29-39.
  4. Chesbro SB, Asongwed E, Haile N, John EB. Reliability of Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) Measurements: A Comparison of Standard and Vascular Blood Pressure Cuffs'. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation 2013; 29(4):195-202.
  5. Barfield JP, Newsome L, John EB, Sallee D, Frames C, Soangra R, Malone LA: A case report of shoulder fatigue imbalance in wheelchair rugby: implications to pain and injury. Spinal Cord Series And Cases 2016, 2:16002.

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