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Clarkson University’s Fulk Receives Robert Salant Award
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Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy George D. Fulk is the recipient of the New York Physical Therapy Association 2010 Robert Salant Award in the area of clinical research.
He was honored for his platform presentation titled "Identifying different functional postures in people with stroke using pressure and acceleration data from a shoe based sensor." The abstract will be published in Empire State Physical Therapy.
Fulk is the 2010 Distinguished Alumnus from Nova Southeastern University College of Allied Health and Nursing. His primary area of expertise is physical therapy management of patients with neurological disorders. He has published research and given many presentations related to physical therapy management of patients with neurological disorders particularly stroke.
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