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Megan L. Freeland

Assistant Professor, Physical TherapyDirector of Clinical Education

DPT - New York UniversityBS in Exercise and Health Science – Alma CollegeBA in Theater and Dance/Classical Ballet Performance – Alma College

Specialties

Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Pediatric Physical Therapy

Specialties:  Pediatric Physical Therapy, Rehab Oncology, Clinical Education

Publications

Freeland ML, Mislavsky SV.  Posterior fossa syndrome following surgical resection of Meduloblastoma in a 6 year-old male.  Publication pending.

Freeland ML (2015) Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.  In: Pelletier ES, Jobst EE, Physical Therapy Case Files: Pediatrics. New York: McGraw Hill Education.

Ruppert LM, Freeland ML, Stubblefield MD. Segmental zoster paresis of the left upper limb in a pediatric patient.  Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2010 Dec; 89(12):1024-9.

Bartels MN, Freeland ML (2009) Pulmonary Complications of Cancer. In: Stubblefield MD, O’Dell MW, Cancer Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice (pp 331-348).  New York: Demos Medical Publishing

Lectures and Presentations

PHYSICAL THERAPY IN ONCOLOGY Alma College Integrated Physiology and Health Sciences Pre-Physical Therapy Club, Alma, MI.  October 2016

INTER-PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS PANEL Haitian American Nurses Association Leadership Convention, Brooklyn, NY.  June 2016

INTER-PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION TASK FORCE FACILITATED SESSIONS Long Island University School of Health Sciences, Brooklyn NY.  Twice yearly, 2014 - Present

REHABILITATION IN THE ONCOLOGY POPULATION Invited lecture for the rehabilitation staff at Harlem Hospital Center, New York, NY. October, 2015

POSTERIOR FOSSA SYNDROME Invited lecture for rehabilitation staff at Bellevue Hospital Center, New York, NY. September 2015

INTRODUCTION TO PEDIATRIC PHYSICAL THERAPY Invited lecture for rehabilitation staff at Bellevue Hospital Center, New York, NY. September 2015

ESTABLISHING A PEDIATRIC REHAB ONCOLOGY PROGRAM Invited lecture for attending physicians, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, rehabilitation staff, and administrators at Advocate Lutheran Children’s Hospital, Chicago, IL, June 2014