Through the Lincoln College Endowed Chair at USF
In November 2021, Nathan Schilaty, DC, PhD was appointed as the 2nd Lincoln College Endowed Chair in Biomechanical and Chiropractic Research at the University of South Florida (USF) and as the Director of the Center for Neuromusculoskeletal Research. He came to USF from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN where for the previous 6.5 years he studied neuromotor control, injury prevention (anterior cruciate ligament and concussion), and advanced statistical modelling and machine learning produce innovative methods for diagnosis, prevention, and improved rehabilitation of neuromusculoskeletal disorders. While at Mayo Clinic, he was an Assistant Professor of Physiology, Orthopedics, and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.
- Develop a world-class, multidisciplinary research program for chiropractic care, back pain, and related musculoskeletal disorders at USF Health.
- Establish a model for chiropractic-medical partnerships in public universities.
- Provide much-needed community and societal support for those suffering from back pain and related disorders.
The appointment of Dr. Schilaty continues the establishment of chiropractic research in academia. Currently, USF houses the only chiropractic and biomechanical research center at a state, tax-supported university in the United States.
The Florida Chiropractic Foundation and Florida Chiropractic Association were highly instrumental in raising the $1 million to endow this chair, along with the Lincoln Chiropractic Education and Research Fund. This endowment fund has continued to grow over time! Today, the Florida Chiropractic Foundation continues its annual contribution of $40,000 to the University of South Florida to help underwrite the efforts and research directives of the Lincoln Chair.
The FCF is pleased to bring you this archive of articles by Dr. Schilaty that will give you brief, pointed updates on the latest in chiropractic research and what it can mean for you and your patients.
Click on the links below to discover more of what Dr. Schilaty has published. He is committed to continue publication of chiropractic and biomechanical findings in top international research journals.
- (2021) Biomechanical muscle stiffness measures of extensor digitorum explain potential mechanism of McArdle sign.
- (2020) High school male basketball athletes exhibit greater hamstring muscle stiffness than females as assessed with shear wave elastography
- (2020) Effect of a concussion on anterior cruciate ligament injury risk in a general population
- (2020) Sex Differences in Ultrasound-Based Muscle Size and Mechanical Properties of the Cervical-Flexor and -Extensor Muscles
- (2019) Time of Season and Game Segment Is Not Related to Likelihood of Lower-Limb Injuries: A Meta-Analysis
- (2019) Paradoxical relationship in sensorimotor system: Knee joint position sense absolute error and joint stiffness measures
You can also view a full list of Dr. Schilaty’s publications.
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