Ph.D., PT

Jerome Danoff is a physical therapist with an MS in engineering and a PhD in Kinesiology. He has been teaching in physical therapy and rehabilitation medicine for over 20 years, has over 30 professional publications, and has presented continuing education programs in anatomy, kinesiology, scientific methods, and statistics. He is a member of the Orthopedic, Clinical Electrophysiology, and Research Sections of the APTA. Dr. Danoff is Chairman and Associate Professor of the Physical Therapy Department at Howard University and a Research Consultant for the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the National Institutes of Health

  • Annual Online Library Subscription
    Course Length: Over 100 hours
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    Course Length: 84 hours
  • Functional Anatomy: A Cadaver Review of the Thigh, Knee, and Leg
    Course Length: 4 hours