Marjorie A. King, PhD, ATC, PT

Director of Graduate Athletic Training Education
Office: Draper and Maynard Rm 436
Phone: 603 535 3108
Fax: 603 535 2395
Email: making1@plymoth.edu
http://www.plymouth.edu/gradat/
Department of Health and Human Performance
Plymouth State University
17 High Street; MSC #22
Plymouth, NH 03264

Education

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. Ph.D. Sports Medicine, 2003
Simmons College, Boston, MA. B.S. Physical Therapy, Cum Laude, 1986
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. M.S. Exercise Science, 1982
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH. B.S. Medical Technology, Cum Laude, 1978
University of Madrid, Spain – minor in Spanish, Summer 1976

Professional Experience

Certifications

Athletic Training, NATA
Physical Therapy, APTA
Personal Training, NSCA

Professional Service

National Academy of Sports Medicine: Research Committee Chair, 2004 to present

National Athletic Trainers’ Association: Research and Education Committee Member – May 2004

National Athletic Trainers’ Association: Women in Athletic Training Committee Chair 2000 to present; Member 1995 -1996

Journal of Athletic Training: Editorial Review Board 1998 – 2003; Guest Reviewer 1995 – 1997

Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association, Research Committee Chair, 1999 – present; First Woman President 1995-1996; 1996 Cramer Award for leadership and excellence in athletic training

New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute for Research, Founding Member; Board of Directors 1994 – 1997; reinstated September 2003 to present; Research Steering Committee, 2003 to present

American College of Sports Medicine: Strategic Health Initiative for Women, Sport and Physical Activity- reappointed May 2004; 1997 – 1999: Subcommittee for Education 1998 to 1999; Subcommittee for ACL Injuries in Women 1997-1998

New Hampshire Athletic Trainers’ Association, Founding Member 1989

Sports Medicine Experience

1996 Summer Olympics
International travel with Team Handball: 1991 European Tour; 1991 Pan Am Tournament, Brazil
United States Sports Festivals, 1990 & 1987
1987 Team Handball Jr. World Game Qualifying Tournament
Boston Marathon, 1986 – 1990, 1992 – 1996
Bay State Games, 1982 – 1988 & 1991
Harvard University
Smith College
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Fitchburg State College
Therafit, Lowell, MA
Marsh Brook Rehabilitation, Somersworth, NH
Wasserman and Associates, Concord, NH
Orthopedic and Sports Therapy, Portsmouth, NH
Center for Sports and Preventive Medicine, Portsmouth, NH

Publications

King, M., “An Overview of Motor Learning in Rehabilitation,” Athletic Therapy Today, 8(4): 6-13, 2003.

King, M., “Core Stability: Creating a Foundation for Functional Rehabilitation,” Athletic Therapy Today, 5(2): 6-13, March 2000.

King, M., “Functional Stability for the Upper Quarter,” Athletic Therapy Today, 5(2): 17-21. March 2000

Anderson, M.K. and Martin, M., Quick Reference Guide for Sports Injury Management. Contributing author. Williams & Wilkins Publishing Co., 1998.

Anderson, M. and Hall, Susan. Athletic Training. Contributing author for chapters 3 & 4. Williams & Wilkins Publishing Co., 1995.

Boucher, J.P., King, M.A., Lefebvre, R., Pepin, A., “Quadriceps Femoris Muscle Activity in Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome,” American Journal of Sports Medicine, 20(5): 527 – 532, 1992.

King, M. and Katch, F., “Changes in Body Density, Fat Folds and Girths at 2.3 Kg. Increments of Weight Loss,” Human Biology, 58(5): 709 – 718, October 1986.

King, M.A., Boucher, J.P. “Effect of pelvic inclination on neuromuscular activation of selected muscles during a jump down task.” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. Volume 36, Number 5, May 2004 Supplement.

King, M.A., Boucher, J.P., Perrin, D.H. “The effect of pelvic inclination on neuromuscular activation of selected trunk, hip and lower extremity muscles.” Journal of Orthopeadic and Sports Physical Therapy. Supplement, 2004.

King, M.A., Boucher, J.P. “Effect of Pelvic Inclination on Dynamic Equilibrium”. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 35(5) Supplement, 2003.

Basinger, S.Q., King, M.A., Arnold, B.A., Gansneder, B.M. “Core Stability and Functional Performance Assessments are Moderately Related. ” Journal of Athletic Training, 37(2): S13, 2002.

King, M.A., Arnold, B.L., Boucher, J.P.”Reliability of Measuring Pelvic Inclination the Sagittal Plane by Digital Still Photography.” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 33(5): S195, 2001.

Teprovich, JM, King, M.A., Perrin, DH, Gansneder, BM, Shultz, SJ. Functional Playing Position Does Not Effect Quadriceps and Hamstring Average Torque and Muscle Group Ratios in Division-I Female Field Hockey and Lacrosse Players. Journal of Athletic Training. Supplement, 36(2), 2001.

Padua, D.A., King, M.A., Houglum, P, Rossner, K. “A single subject clinical study: The effects of core-stability training using a foam-roller on pelvic inclination, abdominal muscle strength and center of balance.” Journal of Athletic Training. Supplement, 35(2), 2000.

Coutu, M., King, M. A., Leroux, A., Lefebvre, R., Boucher, J.P., “Effects of Open and Closed Chain Exercise on Quadriceps Function.” Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. Supplement 26 (5): S106, May 1995.

King, M.A., Coutu, M., Lefebvre, R., Boucher, J.P., “Effects of Hip External Rotation on Quadriceps Function.” Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. Supplement 26(5): S12, May 1994.

Lefebvre, R., Boucher, J.P., King, M.A., Cyr, A., “Patellofemoral Dysfunction and the Vastus Medialis: Activation and Reactivation Considerations.” Proceeding of the 1993 International Conference of Spinal Manipulation. April/May 1993.

Boucher, J.P., King, M.A., Lefebvre, R., “Isometric Training Effects Overflow: Determination of a Nonspecificity Window.” Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. Supplement 25(5): S134, 1993.

King, M.A., Boucher, J.P., Cyr, A., Lefebvre, R., “Evaluation of VMO/VL Ratio with Alteration of Patellofemoral Mechanics and Hip Adduction in Patellofemoral Syndrome.” Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. Supplement 24(5) : S148, 1992.

Boucher, J.P., Cyr, A., Lefebvre, R., King, M.A., “The Vastus Medialis Oblicuus (VMO) is More Active at 90 Degrees of Knee Flexion.” Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, Supplement 24(5): S147, 1992.

King, M.A., Boucher, J.P., Lefebvre, R., “Quadriceps Femoris Muscle Activity Through Knee Extension Range of Motion.” Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. Supplement 21(2): S91, 1989.

Lefebvre, R., Pepin, A., King, M.A., Boucher, J.P., “Quadriceps Femoris Muscle Activity in Patellofemoral Syndrome.” Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. Supplement 21(2): S91, 1989.

King, M.A., and Katch, F.I., “Regional Changes in Relative Fat Patterning with Weight Loss in Middle- Aged Women.” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 15(2): 106, 1983.

King, M.A., and Katch, F.I., “Anthropometric & Body Composition Changes with Incremental Weight Loss in Middle Aged Women“. American Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, May 1983.

Presentations

Core Stability, New Hampshire Physical Therapy Association Evening Lecture Series, Concord, NH, September, 2005.

What is Core Stability?, The 56nd National Athletic Trainers’ Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, June 2005

Dynamic Stabilization of the Cervical Spine, The 56nd National Athletic Trainers’ Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, June 2005

Low Back’s Role in Core Stabilization, Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Conference, Boston, MA, January 2005

Student Program: Shoulder Rehabilitation Techniques: Science to Practice, Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Conference, Boston, MA, January 2005

Special Topics Speaker: Core Stability: Scientific Support for Clinical Practice, New England ACSM, November 2003.

Clinical Approaches to Core Stabilization, Scientific Support to Clinical Practice, Rehab 3 Continuing Education Program, Somersworth, NH, December 2003.

Advance Track One Day Program: Core Stability: The Foundation for Successful Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Rehabilitation, The 54th National Athletic Trainers’ Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, June 2003

Workshop: Core Stability: The Foundation for Successful Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Rehabilitation, Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Conference, Boston, Ma, January 2003 and Health South, Portland Maine, May 2003.

The Role of Motor Learning in Orthopeadic Rehabilitation, The 53rd National Athletic Trainers’ Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, June 2002

Core Stability: A conceptual framework and Core stability: Clinical application, New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute, Manchester, NH, September 2002

The Throwing Shoulder from the ground up: Problems and Treatment, The 52nd National Athletic Trainers’ Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, June 2001

Workshop: Clinical Evaluation of Posture, The 52nd National Athletic Trainers’ Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, June 2001

Assessment and Therapeutic Intervention for Core Stabilization, Japan Athletic Trainers` Association, Tokyo, Japan, March 24-25, 2001.

Rehabilitation Techniques for Patellofemoral Dysfunction, Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Conference, Providence, RI, January 2001

The Role of Motor Learning in Core Stability, National Athletic Trainers District Seven Meeting, Colorado Springs, Colorado, March 2000

Core Stability: The Missing Link to Upper and Lower Extremity Rehabilitation

A theoretical lecture accompanied by a clinical workshop
Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA, January 2000
The Valley Hospital Sports Institute Annual Sports Medicine Symposium, March 2000
Tri-State Athletic Trainers Meeting, Portland, Maine, May 2000
The Art and Science of Sports Medicine 2000, Charlottesville, VA, June 2000

New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute, September 1999

  • Patellofemoral Rehabilitation �..through the Hip
  • Rehabilitating the Problem Post-operative Patient

The Evaluation and Treatment of Hip Injuries
National Athletic Trainers Association District Lecture Series, day long continuing education program, Williamsburg, Va, May 1999

Workshop: Core Stability: The Missing Link to Upper and Lower Extremity Rehabilitation
50th Annual National Athletic Trainers’ Meeting & Clinical Symposia, June 1999

Patellofemoral Dysfunction: Should We Look Beyond the Knee?
Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Conference, Buffalo, NY, January 1998

Patellofemoral Dysfunction: The Big Picture. A two day conference, Sponsored by the NH Chapter of Physical Therapy & Wasserman and Associates. September, 1997

Workshop: Introduction to Concepts of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
47th Annual National Athletic Trainers’ Meeting & Clinical Symposia, June 1996

Shoulder Dysfunction
Orthopedic Case Management – A Team Approach, Liberty Mutual, November 1996

The Knee Bone is Connected to the Back Bone
Orthopedic Case Management – A Team Approach, Liberty Mutual, May 1996

Integration of Fundamental and Applied Research to the Evaluation and Treatment of Patellofemoral Dysfunction
NeuroMuscular Research Center, Boston University, May 1996

SUNY Health Science Center 1996 Spring Sports Medicine Symposium, April 1996

  • Neuromuscular Aspects of Patellofemoral Rehabilitation
  • Workshop: Application of Electrical Stimulation &Therapeutic Exercise for Patellofemoral Dysfunction

8th Annual Sports Medicine Symposium, Medical College of Wisconsin, March 1996

  • Biomechanical Evaluation & Retraining of the High School Runner
  • The Pieces of the Puzzle: Evaluation & Non-Surgical Treatment of Patellofemoral Dysfunction in the Adolescent
  • Workshop: Patellofemoral Dysfunction Intervention

The Valley Hospital Sports Institute 10th Annual Sports Medicine Symposium, March 1996

  • Integration of Fundamental and Applied Research to the Clinician’s Evaluation and Treatment of Patellofemoral Dysfunction
  • Workshop: Clinical Application of Therapeutic Exercise for Patellofemoral Dysfunction

Patellofemoral Dysfunction …..No Longer an Enigma. A two day conference sponsored by Therafit, November 1995

Neuromuscular Aspects of Patellofemoral Dysfunction
46th Annual National Athletic Trainers’ Meeting & Clinical Symposia, June 1995

Patellofemoral Dysfunction: Research Application to Clinical Techniques
Harmeling Physical Therapy Clinic, December 1995

Closed Kinetic Chain Lower Quadrant Rehabilitation, June 1995

Patellofemoral Dysfunction: A New Look
North Carolina State University Sports Medicine Staff and Hand & Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Associates, May 1995

Patellofemoral Dysfunction: Research and Clinical Approach
Colorado College & United States Olympic Training Staff, April 1995

Introduction to Knee Rehabilitation
Liberty Mutual Insurance Company – Utilization Review Staff Education, April 1995

Rehabilitation of the Neuromuscular Component of Patellofemoral Dysfunction
Sports Rehabilitation Conference, March 1994

Integrated Approach to Patellofemoral Dysfunction
New England Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine Symposium, November 1994

A Mechanical and Neuromuscular Model of Patellofemoral Dysfunction: Clinical Application of Basic Science Research
New Hampshire Musculoskeletal Institute, September 1994

Evaluation and Treatment of Patellofemoral Dysfunction: A New Look
New Hampshire Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, September 1994

Braintree Hospital, April 1994

  • Functional Evaluation for Return to Play: The Role of Rehabilitation in Adolescent Athletic Injuries
  • Clinical Congress: Sideline Decision Making: Game Day and the Day After

Preseason Screening of Athletes
New Hampshire Chapter, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, November 1993
Injury Prevention through Prescreening and Pretesting of Athletes
An Athletics and Sports Science Symposium, Colby Sawyer College, April 1993

Closed Chain Concepts Applied to Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
Tri-State Athletic Trainers’ Conference, May 1992

Principles and Clinical Application of Closed Kinetic Chain Rehabilitation
Athletic Trainers’ of Massachusetts Annual Conference, June 1991

Extremity Mobilization
Tri-State Athletic Trainers’ Conference, May 1990

ACL Rehabilitation: A Round Table Discussion
Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting, January 1990

Sports Medicine I – Shoulder Injuries
EMT Training Associates, September 1989

Center for Sports and Preventive Medicine, Portsmouth NH

  • Runners Prevention, June 1988 & 1989
  • Dancers Injuries, September 1988 & January 1989
  • Coaches Symposium/Parents Symposium: Fall Sports Injuries – Sanborn High School, September 1988
  • Flexibility & Nutrition for Wrestling, December 1988
  • Winter Sports: Injury Prevention, January 1988

Sports Medicine for Women
Portsmouth Regional Hospital, April 1989

Sports Injury Symposium
New England Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine, November 1987

Sports Medicine in the 80′s
Schenectady Community College, November 1987

Adolescents’ Sports Injuries
Northampton Recreation Department, Spring 1985

Sports Medicine, Inc.

  • Performance Enhancement for Tennis Players, Spring 1984
  • Prevention of Youth Sports Injuries, Fall 1983
  • Women’s Softball Conditioning, Spring 1983
  • Preseason Conditioning Programs for Winter and Spring High School Athletic Teams, Winter 1983
  • Running Flexibility & Conditioning, Fall 1982

Courses Taught

PE 3720 Motor Learning
AT 4250 Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries
AT 5600 Research Design in Health Science (graduate)
AT 5250 Therapeutic Exercise (graduate)
AT 5610 Statistics in Health Science (graduate)
AT 5790 Advanced Practicum in Health Sciences (graduate)
AT 5850 Performance Enhancement Specialization (graduate)
AT 5900 Directed Research (graduate)
AT 5950 Graduate Thesis (graduate)
Clinical supervision of student-athlete rehabilitation (undergraduate and graduate)

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Department of Health and Human Performance

Draper & Maynard, 4th floor
8 a.m.–4:30 p.m., M–F

Phone: 603-535-2293
Email: jvstalnaker@plymouth.edu
(Jamie Stalnaker, Administrative Assistant)
Fax: 603-535-2395

Mailing Address
17 High Street
MSC #22
Plymouth, NH 03264