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Ashley Conklin, DPT

Department : Rehabilitation And Movement Sciences

Academic Title: RBHS Lecturer


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Email: abc148@rutgers.edu


Education
Degree Degree Source Year Awarded
BS University of Scranton
MPT University of Scranton 2005
DPT University of Scranton 2008
Publications
Title Authors Where and When
Best Practice Interventions to Mitigate Physical Decline in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy; A Systematic Review Conklin, A., Agudelo, M., Bauer-Rowe, C., Garretson,J., Rothenberg, C., Stopyra, C. Poster accepted for presentation at February 2020 American Physical Therapy Association’s Combined Sections Meeting in Denver Colorado
The effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation of the gross motor function of children with Cerebral Palsy Conklin, A., Galema, M., Indrikovic, J., Mercurio, D., McGillen, M., Toomer, A., Winter, J., Cohen, E.T. Poster presented at APTA Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA (Feb 2018) Abstract #2057
Effects of equine-assisted therapy on children with cerebral palsy: a systematic review Conklin, A., Bonitatis, M., Holly, J., Patel, P., Wong, A., Cohen, E.T. Poster presented at APTA NEXT Conference, Boston, MA (June 2017) Abstract # 2045
Case Report: An 8 Week Treadmill Training Program for an 18-month-old Toddler with William’s Syndrome Conklin, A. Poster presented at Section on Pediatrics Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA (Nov 2015) PediatrPhysTher 2015; 27(4):E4
Case Report: The AtaxiTog System as an Adjunct to Traditional Physical Therapy Intervention for a 13 year-old with Postural Instability Post Non-Traumatic Cerebellar Injury; A Five Week Program Conklin, (Nee Sefecka) A. Poster presented at APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV (Feb 2009) PediatrPhysTher 2009; 21(1): 130
Normative Values of the Pediatric Multidirectional Reach in Sitting and Standing in Children 3-8 Years Old Chanin, R., Conklin, (Nee Sefecka) A., Grant-Beuttler, M. Poster presented at APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego, CA Feb, 2006. PediatrPhysTher 2006; 18(1):86
Normative Values of the Pediatric Multidirectional Reach in Sitting and Standing in Children 3-8 Years Old Chanin, R., Conklin, (Nee Sefecka) A., Grant-Beuttler, M. Poster presented at APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego, CA Feb, 2006. PediatrPhysTher 2006; 18(1):86
Awards
Award Year
“New Jersey Best Kids Docs” Awarded by NJ Family Magazine for excellence in pediatric physical therapy 2020
“New Jersey Best Kids Docs” Awarded by NJ Family Magazine for excellence in pediatric physical therapy 2019
"Best in Patient Care 2018" for outstanding contributions and dedication in the field of Pediatric Physical Therapy by the American Health Council 2018
"Unit Team Award" in Pediatric Physical Therapy Department NYU Medical Center, Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine 2010
"Unit Team Award" in Pediatric Physical Therapy Department NYU Medical Center, Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine 2009
Research
Research Interests
My over arching research theme includes investigation of best practice interventions for children with CP and other common pediatric diagnoses, including aquatic therapy. I have investigated the application of previously established treadmill protocols to a child with William's Syndrome, and the use of a therapeutic suit to decrease ataxia in an adolescent girl after brain injury.
BioSketch
Title Details
Ashley Conklin, PT, DPT, PCS   2019 Ashley Conklin, PT, DPT, PCS received a Baccalaureate degree in Science, Master of Physical Therapy, and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Scranton. Ashley has earned her Board Certification as a Pediatric Clinical Specialist from the American Physical Therapy Association’s Board of Specialties having extensive clinical experience working with children of all ages with varied diagnoses across multiple settings. Her clinical career includes employment at New York University’s Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine and Children’s Specialized Hospital. Ashley is a full-time faculty member who teaches the foundations series, applied research, and pediatrics. She is an APTA Academy of Pediatrics member who has conducted and presented various research studies at the national level. Her research interests include best practice interventions for children with neuromuscular disorders including aquatic therapy. Ashley continues to provide clinical services to children at Schafer Sports Center and serves as a coach for the Special Olympics Young Athlete Program in New Jersey.


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