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Jeremy Vigneault PT, MSPT, OCS, Cert. MDT

TitleClinical Instructor and Physical Therapist
InstitutionUniversity of Connecticut
AddressUNIT 1249
Nayden Rehabilitation Clinic, UNIT 1249
843 Bolton Road
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    Jeremy Vigneault received his Associate in Rehabilitation Engineering Technology from Vermont Technical College in 1997. He then earned a Bachelor of Science in Allied Health from the University of Connecticut in 2000, and in 2002 received his Master of Science in Physical Therapy. Currently, he is a faculty member in the Department of Kinesiology and is a Co-Director of the Nayden Rehabilitation Clinic. In addition to his focus in outpatient orthopedics, he has experience in the assistive technology field as well as customization and management of Electronic Health Records; specifically, the clinical utilization of the Allscripts Professional EHR/PM suite and its integration into Physical Therapy evidence based practice. Jeremy is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedics from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. He also holds advanced certification in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy from the McKenzie Institute International. His areas of interest include electronic health records, headaches, low back pain, postural syndromes, and worksite ergonomics. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Orthopedic Section of the APTA, and Connecticut Physical Therapy Association.

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    1. Richard W. Bohannon, Jeremy Vigneault, Jon Rizzo. Isokinetics and Exercise Science. Hip external and internal rotation strength: Consistency over time and between sides. 2008; 16(2):107-111.
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