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WILLIAMS, CAMERON

Site Coordinator, MTU Campus

FIXED-TERM FACULTY

More About CAMERON WILLIAMS

Publications

  • Kilgas MA, Denherder AE, Lytle LLM, Williams CT, Elmer SJ, Home-Based Exercise With Blood Flow Restriction to Improve Quadriceps Muscle and Physical Function After Total Knee Arthroplasty: A Case Report. Phys Ther. 2019 Aug 8. pii: pzz110.

Presentations

  • BFR: MWASCM Meeting, Grand Rapids MI, November 9, 2018.  Title: Exercise with blood flow restriction to improve muscular and physical function after total knee arthroplasty: A case series
  • BFR: MWACSM Annual Meeting, Oak Brook IL, November 8, 2019.  Title: Exercise with blood flow restriction to improve muscular and physical function after total knee arthroplasty: A case series
  • MPTA Service Award (Chief Delegate), 2017
  • MPTA Service Award (Director 2), 2012
  • Finlandia University Service Award, 2006
  • Finlandia University Service Award, 2001
  • Member Alpha Eta Society, awarded, 1990
  • IPTA Illinois State Student Representative Award, 1989
  • DPT, Simmons College, 2005
  • MS, Community Health Administration, California College for Health Sciences, 2002
  • BS, Physical Therapy, Northern Illinois University, 1990
  • AS, Rock Valley Community College, 1987
  • Digital media physical therapy resource development
  • Blood flow restriction exercise
  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
  • Orthopedic Section of APTA 
  • Education Section of APTA
  • Geriatric Section of APTA
  • APTA Michigan (APTA MI)
  • Health Policy & Administration 
  • PTASIG Member
  • Academic Administrators SIG 
  • Professional Association of Diving Instructors 
  • Alpha Eta Society (Northern Illinois University Chapter)
  • Michigan Licensed Physical Therapist (#5501004266)

Courses Taught

  • PTH 635:  Examination and Diagnosis I
  • PTH 636:  Examination and Diagnosis II
  • PTH 645:  Foundations of Patient Care
  • PTH 665:  Physical Therapy Seminar I
  • PTH 672:  Clinical Anatomy and Kinesiology of Joints
  • PTH 766:  Physical Therapy Seminar IV