M. Terry Loghmani, PT, PhD
Education & Training
- 2010: Ph.D. Anatomy & Cell Biology, School of Medicine, Indiana University
- 1993: Master of Science in Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis
- 1993: Certified Manual Therapist
- 1992: National Certification in Massage Therapy and Bodywork
- 1983: Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, Indiana University
Honors & Awards
- 2013: Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award
- 2013: Golden Goniometry Award
- 2012: Feitelberg Journal Founders’ Award
- 2012: Fascia Research Society Founding Member
- 2010: Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biologies Fellow
- 2007: Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award
- 2003: Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award
- P515 Physical Therapy Examination/Interventions I
- P526 Physical Therapy Examination/Interventions II
- P661 Introduction to Prosthetics & Orthotics
- P685 Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
Applied Regenerative Medicine, Regenerative Rehabilitation, Manual Therapy, Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, Orthopedics, Best Teaching Practices
- Loghmani MT, Warden SJ. Instrument-assisted cross fiber massage increases tissue perfusion and alters microvascular morphology in the vicinity of healing knee ligaments. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine.2013, 13(240)1–9. DOI:10.1186/10.1186/1472-6882-13-24
- Loghmani MT, Bayliss A, Strunk V, Altenburger P. An Integrative Longitudinal Case-Based Learning Model as a Curriculum Strategy to Enhance Teaching and Learning. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 25(2) 2011.
- Bayliss AJ, Klene F, Gundeck E, Loghmani MT. Treatment of a patient with post-natal chronic calf pain utilizing instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization. Journa of Manual & Manipulative Therapy. 19(3) 2011.
- Loghmani MT, Warden SJ. Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Accelerates Knee Ligament Healing. JOSPT. 39(7):506-14, July 2009.
- Successful treatment of a guitarist with a finger joint injury using instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization: a case report. M. Terry Loghmani, Amy J. Bayliss, Greg Clayton, Evelina Gundeck. Published online: 13/08/2014.