Samuel Jumbo is a geriatric physical therapist and rehabilitation scientist. He has completed his MSc. Rehab Sci. training and is currently a Doctoral student (physical therapy field) at the Faculty of Health Science, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada. Samuel also works as a research trainee at the Roth-McFarlane Hand and Upper Limb Centre (HULC) research lab. His research focuses on geriatric rehabilitation, outcome measurement and the multidimensional nature of pain.
He integrates both quantitative and qualitative methods to explore questions on effectiveness, prognosis, measurement performance, evidence-based practice/implementation and knowledge translation. Among other projects, he is currently piloting different shoulder exercise administrations on rotator cuff pain among older adults.
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