Janice Loudon

Professor of Physical Therapy
College of Health and Human Services
Van Ackeren 110

Degrees 

Ph.D. Movement Science, Washington University
M.S.E. Exercise Physiology, University of Kansas
B.S. Physical Therapy, University of Kansas

Professional Licensures and Certifications 

Conditioning and Sports Certified Specialist, NSCA - 2000
Sports Certified Specialist, American Physical Therapy Association - 1990
Athletic Trainer, National Athletic Trainers Association - 1985
Physical Therapist, American Physical Therapy Association - 1982

Biography 

Janice Loudon, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Physical Therapy Education. She received her physical therapy degree from the University of Kansas Medical Center, a Master of Education in exercise physiology from the University of Kansas, and a Ph.D. in movement science from Washington University in St. Louis.

Additionally, Loudon has completed advanced training in manual therapy. She is a credentialed sports clinical specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association. Her research interest is investigating lower extremity pathomechanics in active individuals. Clinically, she works in a local outpatient orthopedic clinic.