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Paul D. Howard, PT, DPT, PhD

Contact Dr. Howard

130 South Ninth Street
Edison, Suite 830
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-5011
(215) 503-3944 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Benzodiazepines
  2. A comparison of conservative interventions and their effectiveness for coccydynia: A systematic review
  3. Cannabinoids.
  4. Antidepressant drugs
  5. Management of chronic cough in patients receiving palliative care: Review of evidence and recommendations by a task group of the Association for Palliative Medicine of Great Britain and Ireland
  6. Anti-epileptic Drugs
  7. Antipsychotics
  8. Reforming the reforms: why the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will require substantial reform.
  9. Psychostimulants
  10. The cost-effectiveness of an extended course (12 + 12 Weeks) of varenicline compared with other available smoking cessation strategies in the United States: An extension and update to the BENESCO model
  11. Functional and physiological effects of yoga in women with rheumatoid arthritis: a pilot study.
  12. The Prevalence of Nocturnal Hypoxemia in Advanced Cancer
  13. Randomised, placebo controlled trial of nebulised furosemide for breathlessness in patients with cancer
  14. Cost-utility analysis of varenicline versus existing smoking cessation strategies using the BENESCO simulation model: Application to a population of US adult smokers
  15. Use of a Cybex NORM dynamometer to assess muscle function in patients with thoracic cancer
  16. Manual therapy intervention for a patient with a total hip arthroplasty revision
  17. A clinical- and cost-effectiveness comparison of venlafaxine and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) in the management 0603 of patients with major depressive disorder from the perspective of an Austrian sickness fund
  18. Investigation into the reasons for preventable drug related admissions to a medical admissions unit: Observational study
  19. Postures and repetitive movements during use of a long cane by individuals with visual impairment
  20. Differential diagnosis of calf pain and weakness: Flexor hallucis longus strain