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ISSN: 2165-7025

Journal of Novel Physiotherapies
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Ksenia I. Ustinova

Ksenia I. Ustinova
Ksenia I. Ustinova
Associate Professor
Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy
Central Michigan University
Central Michigan University


Dr. Ustinova received her BS in Physiotherapy from Russian State University of Sport in Moscow in 1990. Then she worked as a physiotherapist at the Institute of Neurology of Russian Academy of Medical Science for almost 10 years. She obtained a PhD degree in Physiotherapy in 2000 and continued working at the same Institute as a researcher, specializing at the area of neurological rehabilitation. She completed an additional three years of post-doctoral training in neurological rehabilitation in the School of Physiotherapy at the University of Montreal in Canada. She joined the Physical Therapy Program in the Central Michigan University in 2006. Dr. Ustinova is generally interested in understanding the mechanisms underlying coordinated and complex movements in humans. Her specific research interests also include disruption of motor control and learning in adults with various neurological deficits, development and testing of new rehabilitation techniques for sensorimotor recovery after neurological injury or disease.

Research Interest

Dr. Ustinova research interests includes: The mechanisms of motor control and learning; disruption of these mechanism in patients with different neurological diseases; the recovery and compensation of sensorimotor deficits after neurological injury; the use of new rehabilitation techniques, including virtual reality and robotics for neurorehabilitation; virtual reality game development and testing in individuals with neurological abnormalities.




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