Stephanie Muth, PT, PhD

Assistant Professor

Stephanie Muth, PT, PhD

Contact

901 Walnut Street
Room 508
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Email Stephanie Muth

215-503-5360
215-503-3499 fax

Stephanie Muth, PT, PhD

Assistant Professor

Education

PhD,  Physical Therapy, Temple University
M.S., Physical Therapy, Thomas Jefferson University
BS, Biology, Elizabethtown College

Research & Clinical Interests

Biomechanics
Neuromotor Control

Select Publications

Muth, S., McClure, P., Barbe, M., Lauer, R.  Effects of Spinal Manipulation in Subjects with Signs of Shoulder Impingement. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy. 42(12), 2012.

Select Presentations

  1. Chen, D., Cohen, E., Muth, S., Ferraro, R., Meyer, L. Multi-Modal Measurement of Fatigue-Induced Gait Changes in a Person with Multiple Sclerosis during a 12-Minute Walk Test. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, New Orleans, LA, June 2017
  2. Cohen, E., Muth, S., Dekerlegand, R., Ferraro, R., Meyer, L., Chen, D. Heart Rate Response and Changes in Walking Velocity during the 12-Minute Walk Test in People with Multiple Sclerosis. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, New Orleans, LA, June 2017
  3. Krencicki, D., Muth, S. Migrant Farm Workers Project: The Evolution from Community Service to Leadership. Presented at the American Physical Therapy Association’s Educational Leadership Conference, Phoenix, AZ. October, 2016
  4. Cohen, E.C., Barone, D.A.,  Parrott, J.S., Muth, S. The Effect of Walking-Related Motor Fatigability during the 6-Minute Walk Test on Temporal-Spatial Parameters of Gait in People with Multiple Sclerosis. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, Washington, DC. June 2016
  5. Muth, S., Aaron, T., Friedman, B., Nieto, M., Nguyen, L., Prasad, D. Gait Biomechanics in People with Multiple Sclerosis. Presented at APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Anaheim, CA. February, 2016
  6. Ryan, J., Cohen, E., Muth, S. How Does Fatiguing Activity Alter Central and Peripheral Neuromotor Physiology in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis? A Systematic Review of the Literature. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers, Indianapolis, IN. May, 2015

Grants & contracts

Primary Investigator: Rutgers University Faculty Research Grant, July 2014
Neuromotor and Biomechanical Changes Associated with Fatigue in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis during a Six-Minute Walk Test
Award amount: $20,000

Primary Investigator: APTA Orthopaedic Section New Investigator Award, July 2013
Neuromotor Effects of Thrust Mobilization in Subjects with Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy
Award amount: $15,000

Select Professional & Community Service

  • Anatomy Educator Special Interest Group of the Academy of Education of the American Physical Therapy Association – recording secretary and website manager
  • Jefferson Pro Bono Physical Therapy clinic – supervising clinician
  • Hearts in Motion service trip to Guatamala, Feb, 2108

Clinical Practice

Jefferson Pro bono Physical Therapy clinic

Awards & Honors

Outstanding Research Poster, APTA Orthopaedic Section, APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Chicago, IL Feb, 2012