Patricia Manns, PhD

Professor, Faculty of Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy

Contact

Professor, Faculty of Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy
Email
trish.manns@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-7274
Address
3-48R Corbett (E.A.) Hall
8205 - 114 St NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 2G4

Overview

About

Credentials

  • PhD - Health and Human Performance - Oregon State University, United States
  • MSc - Kinesiology University of Saskatchewan
  • BSc - Physical Therapy – University of Saskatchewan

Background

  • Graduated from the physical therapy program at the University of Saskatchewan, and did most of her clinical physical therapy work in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
  • Doctoral degree from Oregon State University was completed in the College of Health and Human Performance.
  • Joined the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta in 2003.  




Research

Professional Interests

Dr. Manns’ research program focuses on strategies to maintain or improve health and function in individuals with stroke. She is particularly interested in exploring the effect of interventions to reduce and break up sedentary behaviour on cardio-metabolic risk factors and function.

Current Research

Sedentary Behaviour and Mobility Disability

Use of telerehabilitation



Teaching

Trish Manns, PhD, is a graduate supervisor at the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine. 

Announcements

Dr. Manns is not accepting applications from thesis graduate students until the January 2021 intake.

Publications

Perspectives of people with spinal cord injury learning to walk using a powered exoskeleton.
Author(s): Manns, P. J., Hurd, C., Yang, J. F.
Publication Date: 2019
Publication: J Neuroeng Rehabil, 16(1)
Volume: 16(1),
External Link: doi:10.1186/s12984-019-0565-1
Management of multiple sclerosis symptoms through reductions in sedentary behaviour: protocol for a feasibility study.
Author(s): Aminian, S., Motl, R. W., Rowley, J., & Manns, P. J.
Publication Date: 2019
Publication: BMJ Open
External Link: doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-026622
Ezeugwu, V. E., & Manns, P. J. (2018). The Feasibility and Longitudinal Effects of a Home-Based Sedentary Behavior Change Intervention After Stroke.
Author(s): Ezeugwu VE, Manns PJ
Publication Date: 2019
Publication: Arch Phys Med Rehabil,
Volume: 99
Issue: 12
Page Numbers: 2540-2547
External Link: doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2018.06.014
Addressing the Non-exercise part of the activity continuum: A more realistic and achievable approach to activity programming for adults with mobility disability?
Author(s): Manns PJ, Dunstan D, Owen N, Healy GN
Publication: Physical Therapy
Volume: 92
Page Numbers: 614-25