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Hometown: Palm Desert, CaliforniaHobbies: Grappling Education:2005 - BS in Chemistry, University of California Berkeley2009 - Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Colorado Denver
Modifiable risk factors for chronic pain
1. Risk factors for the development of neck pain in healthy office workers2. Effects of psychosocial stress on intrinsic activation of human motor neurons3. Association between postural angle and cervical muscle activity in office workers4. Reliability and discriminant validity of cervicothoracic impairment measures in chronic neck pain
Graduate Research Assistant, Applied Neuromuscular Physiology Laboratory 2011-presentProfessional Research Assistant, Applied Neuromuscular Physiology Laboratory 2009-2011Clinical Instructor, Examination and Evaluation, Therapeutic Interventions, Surface Anatomy, University of Colorado Denver Physical Therapy Program, 2009-present
PODS1 Scholarship - Foundation for Physical Therapy - 20122011, Kendall Scholarship recipients from the Foundation for Physical Therapy
Colorado chapter of the APTA Research Committee, Co-Chair,International Association for the Study of Pain
Peer Reviewed Manuscripts
Shahidi B, Johnson C, Everett D, Maluf KS. Reliability and Discriminant Validity of Cervicothoracic Impairment Measures in Individuals with and without Chronic Neck Pain. In Review
Shahidi B, Stephenson JL, Balter JE, Griffin L, Maluf KS, Sex Differences in the Association between Basal HPA Activity and Responses to Acute Psychosocial Stress Exposure in Individuals with Chronic Neck Pain. (Abstract) Presented at 13th annual World Congress on Pain, Montreal, CA. Aug 2010.
Shahidi B, Johnson C, Maluf KS. Reliability and Discriminant Validity of Cervicothoracic Impairment Measures in Individuals with and without Chronic Neck Pain (Abstract). Submitted to Combined Sections Meeting Section on Orthopaedics, Chicago IL Feb 2012
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