Name: Dr. James G. Rauh
Title: Clinical Associate Professor
Office Location: Science and Allied Health 209
Extension: (845) 575-4714
Email: james.rauh@marist.edu
Degrees Held:

Doctor of Science in Orthopedic Physical Therapy, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Provo, Utah

Certificate of Physical Therapy, Hunter College, New York, NY

Master of Arts in Athletic Training, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN

Bachelors of Science in Physical Education and Athletic Training, Springfield College, Springfield, MA

Certifications:

Licensed Physical Therapist, NY, CA, TX

Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialist, ABPTS, APTA

Certified Athletic Trainer, NATA

Bio:

Dr. Rauh is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Marist Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.  Jim is a licensed Physical Therapist and Athletic Trainer.  He is a Board Certified Specialist in the area of Sports Physical Therapy.  Jim served on the faculty at The Sage Colleges and RMU Physical Therapy programs.  In addition he has served on the NYS Board of Physical Therapy and currently remains active as a Judiciary Board member.  Just Prior to joining Marist he most recently served as a Hospital Administrator.  Dr. Rauh received his B.S. in Physical Education/Athletic Training from Springfield College and his M.A. also in Athletic Training from Indiana State University.  His Physical Therapy certificate is from Hunter College.  Dr. Rauh earned a DSc in Orthopedic Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University.  Jim’s clinical and administrative expertise forages his research interests dealing with Health Informatics in healthcare and the practice of physical therapy.

Publications:

Books

Rauh JG, Gambino J, Kolman T, et.el. Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Standardized Examination and Reporting Guidelines Manual, 2nd edition, Managed Physical Network, Inc., 1997

Rauh JG, Gambino J, Rothwell R, et.el. Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Standardized Examination and Reporting Guidelines Manual, 1st edition, Managed Physical Network, Inc., 1995

Rauh JR, The Foot and Ankle, A Compendium of Abstracts 2nd edition, Sports Section of the American Physical Therapy Association., 1994

Research Interests:

Healthcare Informatics

Outcomes, Cost and Utilization in Healthcare

Affiliations:

New York State Board for Physical Therapy, Judiciary Memeber

American Physical Therapy Association

Presentations:

2014, August 28, Healthcare; The Evolution of Chaos, Factors affecting the Macro and Micro Economics and PT, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse NY.

2013, February, Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of the Shoulder Complex. NYHTC, New York NY

2009, October 23-24, Conference Committee Member for TACCC. Panel on the assessment of evidence and clinical effectiveness of Acupuncture.

2009, May 1-2, Conference Committee Member for TACCC. Panel on the assessment of evidence and clinical effectiveness of Radiology, Spinal Manipulation and Therapeutic Interventions for spinal care.

2008, September 23, Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of the Shoulder Complex. Southern California University of Health Sciences, San Diego, CA.

2007, October 16, Reliability and Validity of Functional Outcomes Measures in the Orthopedic Conditions. Southern California University of Health Sciences, San Diego, CA.

2006, November 14, Utilizing Functional Outcomes Measures in the treatment of neuron-muscular and somatic-pain disorders, San Diego, CA.

July, 1995 - February, 2006, Lectures throughout New York, New England and Eastern States on the role of Managed Care, Physical Therapy Practice, Reimbursement, Outcomes and Practice Benchmarks. Various sponsors including Insurance Industry, Professional Associations, Provider Organizations and Private Practice Groups.

2004, October 27, NYS APTA Open Forum on Reimbursement and Health Care Insurances in NY, annual state meeting, Long Island, NY.

2002, September 17, Evidence Based Assessment of the Shoulder Girdle for Physical Therapists. The Bone and Joint Center, Albany, NY.

2002, March 20, Lateral Epicondylitis, an Evidence Based Approach for Physical Therapy. The Bone and Joint Center, Albany, NY.

2001, October 20, Seminar on Joint Mobilization of the Upper Quarter, NYS AOTA Regional Seminar, Kingston, NY.

2001, September 29, Evidence Based Medicine Approach to Shoulder Pathology, Assessment and Treatment, NYS APTA, Regional Seminar Poughkeepsie, NY.

2000, December 2, Seminar on Shoulder Pathology, Assessment and Treatment, What does the Evidence Say. RehabCare Group, Kingston, NY.

2000, May 9-10, Seminar on Spinal Assessment and Treatment. RehabCare Group, Kingston, NY.

1997, November 14-15, Case Management in the Managed Care Environment, Orlando, FL.

1995, ACN Conference on Critical Pathways and Treatment Tracks, Panel representative for Physical Therapy intervention with specific correlation of modalities and treatment parameters. Scottsdale, AZ.

1994, SI Evaluation and treatment. Cambridge Hospital, Cambridge, NY.

1994, Cryotherapy and Ankle Sprains: Theory and Application. Glens Falls Hospital NYSAPTA eastern chapter meeting.

1994, Modalities in Medicine. Kingston Family Practice Medical Residents Program, Division of NY Medical College

1993, Physical Therapy Modalities: Indications and Application. Kingston Family Practice Medical Residents, Division of NY Medical College.

1993, Ankle Injury and Rehabilitation, SUNY New Paltz Day Workshop on the Care of Athlete. NY Medical College.

1992, Physical Therapy Indications and Application. Kingston Family Practice Medical Residents, Division of NY Medical College.

1992, The Pre-Season and Screening Exam. Kingston Family Practice Medical Residents, Division of NY Medical College.

1991, Introduction to Physical Therapy for Physicians. Kingston Family Practice Medical Residents, Division of NY Medical College.

1991, Ergonomics: A Safe Place to Work. OSHA NYS Sullivan Highway Product.

1991, Injuries in the Athletic Population. Kingston Family Practice Medical Residents, Division of NY Medical College.

1990, Weight Training and the Long Distance Runner, Runners Workshop, Kingston Classic & CSRC

1989, December, Cryotherapy and Ankle Sprains, Cybex Isokinetic Workshop, Cybex Inc., Ronkonkoma, LI

1989, Prevention and Care of Injuries to the High School Athlete , November, Teachers Workshop, Saugerties, NY

1989, Running Shoes and the Runners Build, Runners Workshop, Kingston Classic and CSRC

1989 & 1990, March, Back Injuries in the Industrial Setting,OSHA, Sullivan Highway Products

1988, November, Conditioning for Competitive Skiing-A Pre-Season Event. Cortina Valley Ski Patrol

1988, August, Head and Neck Injuries in Sports, Recognition and Management. New York Empire State Games Sportsmedicine Symposium

1982, Muscular force production as a result of voluntary contraction and three electrical stimulators. National Athletic Trainers Association, Annual Symposium Research Presentation