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Tom Holland
Position: Assistant Professor
Campus Affiliation: Hunter College
Phone: 212 481-5053
Degrees/Diplomas: NYU: PhD (1999)
Research Interests: Wound care and prevention / geriatric rehabilitation / prosthetics and orthotics

Primary Teaching Areas:
Kinesiology, Electrotherapy, Wound Prevention and Care, Foundations of Patient Care, Prosthetics and Orthotics

Selected Publications:

  • Holland T. Instructor's Manual for Integrating Physical Agents in Rehabilitation. Upper Saddle River, NJ Prentice Hall, 2006
  • Holland T (2006).  Marked improvement: physical modalities. Advance Rehabilitation 15: 53-58.
  • Holland D, Holland T (2006).  Taking a stand: assisted standing therapy. Rehab Management 19:44-49.
  • Mehreteab TA, Holland T.  Effect of electrical stimulation on nerve and muscle.  In: Hecox B, Mehreteab TA, Weisberg J, eds. Integrating Physical Agents in Rehabilitation. 2nd edition Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2006.
  • Holland T. (2002) Utilizing the ankle brachial index in clinical practice.  Ostomy Wound Management 48:38-49.

Works in Progress:

The effects of posture on ankle brachial pressure The benefits of assisted standing therapy in stroke rehabilitation 

Education:

  • NYU: BS (1981)
  • NYU: MA (1986)
  • NYU: PhD (1999)