SOSA, Ken Erbvin R.

SOSA, Ken Erbvin R.

Academic Qualifications

Research Highlights

Research Interests

Academic Qualifications

Degrees 

  • Master in Occupational Health, University of the Philippines – Manila, Philippines, 2017 
  • Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 2013

Eligibility 

  • Philippine Regulation Commission Physical Therapy Licensure Examinations, August 2013  
  • National Physical Therapy Examination (Top 8), July 2017 

Research Highlights

Research Interests

  • Sports Rehabilitation
  • Biomechanics
  • Manual / Orthopedic Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Health

Courses Handled

Major Recognitions

Professional Activities

Courses Handled

Undergraduate Level 

  • Therapeutic Exercises 2 (Lab) 
  • Therapeutic Exercises 3 (Lab) 
  • PT Clinical Internship 1 
  • PT Clinical Internship 2 
  • Community Based Rehabilitation (Lab) 
  • Physical Therapy 1 (Lab) 
  • Physical Therapy 2 (Lec/Lab) 
  • Physical Therapy 3 (Lec/Lab) 
  • Physical Therapy 4 (Lec/Lab) 
  • Physical Therapy Seminar 3 
  • Physical Therapy Seminar 4 
  • Anatomy 4 (Lab) 
  • Kinesiology and Biomechanics (Lec/Lab) 
  • Organ System Anatomy (Lab) 
  • Research II (Lab) 
  • Research Methodology I 
  • Introduction to Physical Therapy (Lab) 
  • Healthcare I (Lab) 
  • Healthcare II (Lab) 
  • Physiology 1 (Lab) 
  • Exercise Physiology (Lab) 
  • Orthosis and Prosthesis (Lab) 

Major Recognitions

  • Outstanding Clinical Instructor in Physical Therapy May 2018 
  • Top 8 – Philippine Licensure Examination for Physical and Occupational  Therapist, August 2013 
  • Best Intern – Metropolitan Hospital Rehabilitation Medicine Department November 2012 
  • 1st runner up Physical Therapy Paper Presentation (CRS, University of Santo  Tomas), March 2013 
  • Santo Tomas Scholarship Program June 2008 – October 2009 Salutatorian – St. Mary’s College of Marinduque March 2008 

Professional Activities

Selected Publications

  • Muscle activation pattern of  gluteus medius, tibialis  anterior and peroneus longus  during drop landing on  different surfaces: a cross  sectional study, Comparison of Core Stability  and Hip Muscular Strength in  Selected Collegiate Football Players with and without  Patellofemoral Pain  Syndrome (PFPS), Philippine Journal of  Allied Health Sciences , Philippine Journal of  Allied Health Sciences, 4 1 31 – 38 2020 Local 3 2 18-25

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