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About Paul Ullucci

Paul A. Ullucci, Jr, PT, PhD, DPT, ATC, SCS, CSCS, EMR is Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy at Sacred Heart University. Paul comes to SHU having worked for two years as an assistant professor and Director of their Musculoskeletal Care Clinic at California State University, Fresno. As director of the Musculoskeletal Care Clinic he was instrumental in developing an interdisciplinary Sports Medicine Clinic in which athletic training and physical therapy students worked side by side to evaluate and treat emergent sports injuries in non-varsity athletes on campus. Previously, Paul owned his one private practice in Rhode Island providing physical therapy, athletic training and massage therapy services in East Providence, RI. Paul and his staff have worked directly with the numerous professional athletes including the Providence Bruins hockey club, Providence Anchors ABA team as well as the student athletes of Brown University, Providence College and a number of local high schools, club sports teams and youth organizations.

Positions

September 2016 - Present Assistant Professor Physical Therapy, Sacred Heart University Physical Therapy
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2013 - Present Committee Member, Athletic Trainers’ Osteoarthritis Consortium
2013 - Present Various Committees, United States Bone and Joint Initiative
1996 - Present Various Committees & Offices, National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA)
1986 - Present Sports, Education, & Private Practice Sections, American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
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Courses

  • PT 611 Structure and Function: Tutorial
  • PT 621 Examination and Documentation I: Lab Assistant
  • PT 631 Evaluation – Intervention I: Lab Assistant

Education

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2014 Ph.D. Orthopedics and Sports Science, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
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2009 tDPT, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
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1991 B.S. Physical Therapy, Northeastern University ‐ Boston-Bouve College of Human Development Professions
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Contact Information

Physical Therapy 
Healthcare Education N178 
College of Health Professions 
203-396-6891

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