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Movement Sciences

Email: Movement Sciences
College of Education
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2401
Moscow, Idaho 83844-2401
Phone: (208) 885-7921
Fax: (208) 885-5929

Jeff Seegmiller

Jeff Seegmiller, Ed.D., LAT, ATC


Office: PEB 204
Phone: (208) 885-0355
Email: jeffreys@uidaho.edu
Mailing Address: University of Idaho, College of Education
P.O. Box 442401
Moscow, Idaho 83844-2401

College of Education
Department of Movement Sciences
Director of WWAMI Medical Education Program
Associate Professor

Campus Locations: Moscow

  • Research/Focus Areas
    • Musculoskeletal injury mechanisms and injury prevention
    • Landing mechanics
    • Ankle inversion and fibularis latency
    • Ski equipment and its effects on the lower extremity biomechanics
    • Models and quality in professional and post professional education programs
  • Selected Publications

    Thompson, M. A., Gutmann, A., Seegmiller, J., & McGowan, C. P. (2014). The effect of stride length on the dynamics of barefoot and shod running. Journal of Biomechanics.

     

    Baker RT, Nasypany A, Seegmiller JG, & Baker JG. Treatment of bilateral hamstring tissue extensibility dysfunction using instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training. 2013;18(5), 16-21.

     

    Baker RT, Nasypany A, Seegmiller JG, & Baker JG.  Treatment of acute torticollis using positional release therapy: Part 2. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training. 2013;18(2), 38-43.

     

    Baker RT, Nasypany A, Seegmiller JG, & Baker JG.  Treatment of acute torticollis using positional release therapy: Part 1. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training. 2013;18(2), 34-37.

     

    Baker RT, Nasypany A, Seegmiller JG, & Baker JG. The mulligan concept: Mobilizations with movement. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training, 2013;18(1), 34-38.

     

    Dominguese DJ, Seegmiller JG, Krause AB.  Alterations in Peak Ground-Reaction Force During 60-cm Drop Landings Caused by a Single Session of Repeated Wingate Anaerobic Tests.  Journal of Sport Rehabilitation.  2012; 21(4):306-312.

     

    Dicus JR, Seegmiller JG.  Unanticipated Ankle Inversions are Significantly Different From Anticipated Ankle Inversions During Drop Landings: Overcoming Anticipation Bias.  Journal of Applied Biomechanics. 2012;28(2):148-55. Epub 2011 Aug 26. 8-2011