Dr. Ed Schrank
Dr. Schrank joined the faculty in 2002 after practicing Physical Therapy in the U.S. Navy. He is a 1992 graduate of the Army-Baylor program of Physical Therapy. He has degrees in Mechanical Engineering (Texas A&M University) and Controls and System Engineering (University of West Florida). He is a board certified specialist in Electrophsyiology and has interests in motion analysis and exercise physiology. He recently finished a semester sabbatical during which he rebuilt the SU 3d motion analysis lab, which has 8 Vicon high speed motion cameras, 3 forceplates and wireless surface EMG. He can usually be found in the lab tinkering with all of the cool toys. Email: [email protected] Office phone: 540-665-5533
Telemeco TA, Schrank EC. The Effect of Light Therapy on Superficial Radial Nerve Conduction Using a Clustered Array of Infrared Super luminous Diodes and Red Light Emitting Diodes. Journal of Lasers in Medical Sciences. 2012;4(1):17–24.
Schrank E, Abraham K, King M, Wilson M. The Reliability of Rehabilitative Ultrasound Imaging Measurements of the Lumbar Multifidi Recorded by Physical Therapy Students with Minimal Training. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2010;10(5):1000–1005.