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Department of Movement Sciences

Mailing Address:
College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2401
Moscow, Idaho 83844-2401

Phone: 208-885-7921

Fax: 208-885-5929

Email: movementsciences@uidaho.edu

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Russell Baker, D.A.T., ATC

Russell Baker, Ph.D., D.A.T., LAT, ATC

Clinical Associate Professor, MSAT Program Director, Athletic Training

Office

PEB 208

Phone

208-885-2065

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Education, University of Idaho (2017) Program of Study: Movement Sciences – Sport & Exercise Psychology

  • Doctor of Athletic Training, University of Idaho (2013)

  • Master of Science in Physical Education, Florida State University (2009) Program of Study: Sport Management — Athletics Administration

  • Master of Science in Kinesiology, California State University-Fullerton (2007) Program of Study: Special Studies — Athletic Training Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Human Sciences, Florida State University (2003) Major: Athletic Training/Sports Medicine

  • Instrument Development and Validation
  • Manual Therapy Interventions for Musculoskeletal Pathology
  • Musculoskeletal Injury and Examination

  • Gamma S, Baker RT, Nasypany A, May J, Seegmiller JG, Iorio S. Comparing the immediate effects of a Total Motion Release warm-up and a dynamic warm-up protocol on the dominant shoulder in baseball athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28930881

  • Hudson R, Baker RT, May J, Reordan D, & Nasypany A. (2017). Novel treatment of lateral ankle sprains using the Mulligan concept: an exploratory case series analysis. Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/C9HMCgybNyQad8Q2ruBu/full

  • Cheatham SW, Lee MD, Cain M, & Baker R. (2016). The effects of instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization: a systematic review. Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association, 60(3):200-211. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5039777/

  • Hudson R, Richmond A, Sanchez B, Stevenson V, Baker RT, May J, Nasypany A, & Reordan D. (2016). An alternative approach to the treatment of meniscal pathologies: a case series analysis of the mulligan concept “squeeze” technique. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 11(4):564-574. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4970847/

  • Gamma S, Baker RT, Iorio S, Nasypnay A, & Seegmiller JG. (2014). A total motion release warm-up improves dominant arm shoulder internal and external rotation in baseball players. International Journal of Sport Physical Therapy, 9(4):509-517. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4127513/

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

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

  • Baker RT, Nasypany A, Seegmiller JG, & Baker JG. (2013). Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization treatment for tissue extensibility dysfunction. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training. 18(5), 16-21.

  • Baker RT, Johnston K & Baker JG. (2013). Use of auscultation and percussion to evaluate a suspected fracture. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training. 18(3), 1-6.

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

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

  • Baker RT, Sanchez BJ, Cady AC, & Zinder SM. (2012). Repetitive nonunion fracture of the tibia and fibula in a soccer player. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training. 17(1), 29-35.

Contact

Department of Movement Sciences

Mailing Address:
College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2401
Moscow, Idaho 83844-2401

Phone: 208-885-7921

Fax: 208-885-5929

Email: movementsciences@uidaho.edu

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