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ISSN: 2165-7025

Journal of Novel Physiotherapies
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S. Christopher Owens

S. Christopher Owens S. Christopher Owens
Assistant Professor
Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
Hampton University School of Science

Dr. Owens graduated from the University of Connecticut receiving a BS in Allied Health Sciences Program in Physical Therapy in 1993. He received his Doctorate of Science from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in 2008. Dr. Owens joined the faculty at the Hampton University Department of Physical Therapy August 2009. As part of his scholarly duties, he coordinates and teaches the Musculoskeletal Management, Research, Differential Diagnosis, and Special Topics curriculum.

Research Interest

Musculoskeletal Management, Spine, Spinal Canal, Spinal arteriovenous malformations


Inter-tester and Intra-tester Reliability of a Clinically Based Spinal Height Measurement Protocol

Patricia L. Pennell, S. Christopher Owens, Jean-Michel Brismée, Gregory Dedrick, C. Roger James  and Phillip S. Sizer

Research Article: J Spine 2012, 1:109

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