Nicole Cosby, PhD, ATC
Nicole Cosby, PhD, ATC
- Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
- Assistant Athletic Trainer
- Email: NicoleCosby@pointloma.edu
- Phone: (619) 849-2779
- PhD Sports Medicine -- University of Virginia, 2011
- MA Kinesiology – San Jose State University, 2004
- BA Athletic Training--Point Loma Nazarene University, 2002
Dr. Cosby has expertise in pathology to the lower extremity and manual therapy techniques that can be used to improve range of motion in restricted joints within the foot and ankle. Dr. Cosby also serves as Clinical Education Education Coordination for the Athletic Training Education Program.
Using manual therapy techniques to improve range of motion at the ankle joint in acute ankle sprain patients. Dr. Cosby's secondary research interests are in the area of evidence based medicine and patient self-reported function following manual therapy intervention.
ATR 102: Risk Management and Emergency Response
ATR 387: Lower Extremity Injury and Evaluation
ATR 390: Clinical Practicum II
ATR 415: Therapeutic Modalities
ATR 493: Clinical Preceptorship
KIN 280: Introduction to Athletic Training
1. Croy T, Cosby NL, Hertel J. Active ankle motion may result in changes to the talofibular interval in individuals with chronic ankle instability and ankle sprain copers: a preliminary study. Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy. 2013; 21(3):127-133.
2. Sims J. Cosby NL, Hertel J, Saliba S. The Effect of Wii Fit® and Traditional Rehabilitation on Static and Dynamic Measures of Postural Control in Patients with Non-acute Lower Extremity Injuries. Journal of Athletic Training. 2013; 48(3):314-325.
3. Cosby NL, Hertel J. Relationships between measures of dorsiflexion range of motion and posterior talar glide in healthy individuals. Athletic Training and Sports Health Care. 2011; 3(2): 76-85.
4. Cosby NL, Hertel J. Clinical Assessment of Ankle Injury Outcomes: Case Scenario Using the Foot and Ankle Ability Measures: Journal of Sport Rehabilitation. 2011; 20(1): 89-99.
5. Cosby NL, Grindstaff TL, Parente W Hertel J. Effects of anterior to posterior talocrural joint mobilizations in individuals with acute lateral ankle sprains. Journal of Manual Manipulation Therapy. 2011; (8):76-83.
6. Ott B, Cosby NL, Grindstaff TL, Hart JM. Hip and knee muscle function following aerobic exercise in individuals with patellofemoral pain syndrome. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 2011; (21):631–637.
7. Cosby NL, Chinn L. Assessment of dorsiflexion range of motion using two clinical weight bearing measures. Athletic Training and Sports Health Care.2011.
8. Cosby NL, Grindstaff TL. Dorsiflexion range of motion self-mobilization. The Strength and Conditioning Journal.