Dr. Rick Loutsch Director of Clinical Education; Associate Professor of Physician Assistant Studies


DAT, University of Idaho
M.S., B.S., University of Iowa

VPH 310

KIN234L - Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries Lab

A fee is associated with this course.

Loutsch RA, Baker RT, May JM, & Nasypany AM. (2015). Reactive neuromuscular training results in immediate and long-term improvements of measures of hamstring flexibility: a case report. International Journal of Sport Physical Therapy, 10(3):371-377.

Baker RT, Warren L, Nasypany A, Bonser B, Hancock C, Hansberger B, Loutsch R, Stanford E, & Zeigel A. (June 2015). Apparent hamstring tightness: Removing stretching from your daily practice. Accepted Learning Lab at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association 66th Clinical Symposia, St. Louis, MO.

Bonser, R. J., Hancock, C. L., Hansberger, B. L., Loutsch, R. A., Stanford, E. K., Zeigel, A. K., ... & Cheatham, S. (2016). Changes in Hamstring Range of Motion Following Neurodynamic Sciatic Sliders: A Critically Appraised Topic. Journal of sport rehabilitation, 1-16.

Hancock, C., Hansberger, B., Loutsch, R., Stanford, E., Zeigel, A., Bonser, R., ... & Nasypany, A. M. (2016). Changes in Hamstring Range of Motion Following Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation Stretching Compared With Static Stretching: A Critically Appraised Topic. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training, 21(5), 1-7.

National Association of Athletic Trainers (NATA)

Mid-America Athletic Trainers'Association

Iowa Athletic Trainers' Society