Susan Ryerson, PT, DSc
National Rehabilitation Hospital
102 Irving Street NW
Washington DC 20010
Post stroke rehabilitation: Understanding the relationship between trunk and extremity function; investigating position sense and musculoskeletal impairments in the trunk; developing new rehabilitation strategies for improving trunk control post stroke
- D.Sc. Neurological Physical Therapy, Rocky Mountain University, 2006
- M.A. Physical Therapy, 1972
- Certificate in Physical Therapy, 1969
- B.A. Biology, Skidmore College, 1968
Honors and Awards
- Award for Excellence in Clinical Practice, Neurology Section, American Physical Therapy Association, 2000
- S. Ryerson, N. Byl, D. Brown, R. Wong, and J. Hidler, "Altered trunk position sense and its relation to balance functions in people post-stroke." Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy, 32: 14-20, 2008
- Ryerson S. "Hemiplegia", in Neurological Rehabilitation, 5th ed., Umphred, D ed, Mosby, St. Louis 2006.
- Ryerson S, Levit, K., The Shoulder in Hemiplegia, in Physical Therapy of the Shoulder, 4ed., Donatelli, R ed., Churchill Livingstone, New York 2004.
- Ryerson S, Levit K, Functional Movement Reeducation: A Contemporary Model for Stroke Rehabilitation, Churchill Livingstone, New York 1997.