Orthopaedic manual physical therapy; rehabilitation after total knee arthroplasty
Regis University, Denver, CO
DPT in Physical Therapy, 2014
University of Colorado, Aurora, CO
PhD in Clinical Science, 2012
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
MPT in Physical Therapy, 2005
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
BA in Molecular Biology, 1998
American Physical Therapy Association Jack Walker Award 2022APTA Rose Excellence in Research Award from the APTA Orthopaedics Section for the article Home-Health-Care Physical Therapy Improves Early Functional Recovery of Medicare Beneficiaries After Total Knee Arthroplasty, 2020
Rehabilitation Science PhD
Arun Garg (2022-Present) – Dissertation Committee
Lauren Hinrichs (2019 – present) – Secondary
Michelle Rauzi (2019-present) - Secondary
Jeremy Graber (2019-present) – Primary, Dissertation Committee Chair
Stevens-Lapsley JE (PI). Movement Pattern Biofeedback Training after Total Knee Arthroplasty, NIH R01 AG0565850 9/15/17-04/30/23 ($2,452,489) Role: Co-investigator
Stevens-Lapsley (PI). Novel Strategies for Personalized Clinical Decisions in Knee Arthroplasty. AHRQ R01 HS025692; 9/1/18-6/31/23 ($1,922,505). Role: Co-Investigator
Stevens-Lapsley (PI). Improving Rehabilitation for Veterans after Total Knee Arthroplasty Using Individualized Recovery Trajectories. VA RR&D I01RX003770 4/01/22-3/31/26 ($1,198,128). Role: Co-Investigator
Christiansen (PI). Transfemoral Osseointegrated Prosthesis Limb-Load Symmetry Training. DOD 1/28/23-9/30/2026 ($225,041). Role: Co-Investigator
Manago (PI). Feasibility of low-load resistance training using blood flow restriction for people with multiple sclerosis and marked mobility restriction. Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers Pilot Award. 3/1/21-08/31/22 ($40,000). Role: Co-Investigator
Stevens-Lapsley JE (PI). Advancing Rehabilitation after Total Hip Arthroplasty. VA RR&D I01 RX002251 10/1/16-9/30/21 ($1,099,636). Role: Investigator
Bade M (PI). NIH Loan Repayment Program. 07/01/16-06/30/20 ($117,867). Role: Mentored Researcher
Bade M (PI). Responsiveness of Bioelectrical Impedance Spectroscopy after Total Knee Arthroplasty. University of Colorado Denver Internal Award 09/01/2018-03/31/2020 ($28,560) Role: Primary-Investigator
Kittelson A (PI). Decision-Making in Arthroplasty Rehabilitation: Implementation of a Novel Structured Approach, University of Colorado Denver Internal Award 01/01/18-12/31/2019 ($113391). Role: Co-investigator
Stevens-Lapsley JE (PI). VA Geriatric Scholars Rehabilitation Training Program. 10/1/18-9/30/19 ($128,354). Role: Researcher
Stevens-Lapsley JE (PI). Movement Pattern Training after Total Knee Arthroplasty NIH R56-AG048943 09/15/15-08/31/17 ($382,625). Role: Co-investigator
Stevens-Lapsley JE (PI). Progressive Rehabilitation for Total Knee Arthroplasty NIH R01-HD065900 08/15/11-05/31/17 ($2,469,362). Role: Investigator
Bade, MJ (Trainee). Stevens-Lapsley JE (Mentor). Foundation for Physical Therapy Promotion of Doctoral Studies Level II. Pre-doctoral Training Grant 2011 ($15.000).
Christiansen CL (PI). Improving Function after Total Knee Arthroplasty with Weight-Bearing Biofeedback. Foundation for Physical Therapy Research Grant 01/01/11-12/31/12 ($40,000). Role: Research Assistant
Bade, MJ (Trainee), Stevens-Lapsley JE (Mentor), Schwartz RS (PI). Improving Strength and Function after Total Knee Arthroplasty. T32 pre-doctoral training award; Center Aging Training Grant T32-AG000279; 05/01/10-04/31/12 ($15,000).
Bade, MJ (Trainee). Stevens-Lapsley JE (Mentor). Adopt-A-Doc Award from the American Physical Therapy Association Geriatrics Section 2010-2012. ($4000).
Bade, MJ (Trainee). Stevens-Lapsley JE (Mentor). Foundation for Physical Therapy Promotion of Doctoral Studies Level I. Pre-doctoral Training Grant 2010 ($7,500).
Bade, MJ (Trainee), Stevens-Lapsley JE (Mentor). ACR REF/Abbott Health Professional Graduate Student Research Preceptorship 05/01/09-04/31/10 ($3,500 to trainee; $2,500 to mentor).
Bade, MJ (Trainee). Stevens-Lapsley JE (Mentor). Foundation for Physical Therapy Florence Kendall Doctoral Scholarship. 2008 ($5000).
Stevens-Lapsley JE (PI). Early NMES to improve quadriceps muscle function after total knee arthroplasty. NIH K23-AG029978. 10/01/08-09/31/13 ($716,144). Role: Research Assistant
Stevens-Lapsley JE (PI). Functional outcomes following minimally invasive total knee arthroplasty. NIH R03-AR054538. 03/01/08-02/28/12. ($150,000). Role: Research Assistant
The overall goal of my research agenda is to find innovative methods to improve rehabilitation of orthopaedic conditions with a specific focus on osteoarthritis and joint replacement.
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