301 University Blvd.
Galveston, TX 77555-1136
Teaching Areas of Interest
Functional Skills, Pediatrics
Outcomes of children with cerebral palsy post selective percutaneous myofascial lengthening, Educational Outcomes
Dana Wild, PhD, PT, PCS is an Assistant Dean for Student Affairs in the Office of Academic and Student Affairs in the School of Health Professions (SHP) at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB). Dr. Wild received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy and her Doctorate of Philosophy in Population Health Sciences-Rehabilitation Sciences; both from the University of Texas Medical Branch. She is a board certified clinical specialist in pediatric physical therapy.
Currently, she teaches the pediatric content in the UTMB traditional Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program and the PTA to DPT Bridge program. She has served on the Specialty Academy of Content Experts and the Pediatric Specialty Council for ABPTS.
- Gibbs KA, Rohde RE, Sanders B, Acosta M, Wild DL. Staphylococcus (Including MRSA) in Physical Therapist Laboratory Classrooms: A Multi-Center National Prevalence Study. In press Journal of Physical Therapy Education, Accepted November 2016. In press.
- Welsh RL, Graham JE, Karmarkar AM, Leland NE, Baillargeon JG, Wild DL, Ottenbacher KJ. Effects of Postacute Settings on Readmission Rates and Reasons for Readmission Following Total Knee Arthroplasty. JAMDA 18 367.ei-367 e10. 2017.
- Lephart K, Utsey C, Wild D, Fisher SR. Estimating Energy Expenditure for Different Assistive Devices in the School Setting: A Case Report. Pediatric Physical Therapy 26(3)354-359 Fall 2014.
Note: A complete list of all publications can be found on the abbreviated CV.