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Kristin DeMarsKristin DeMars, PT, DPT, NCS
Lecturer, CSULB Department of Physical Therapy

Education
B.S., Kinesiology, University of California at Los Angeles, 1991
M.P.T., University of California at San Francisco/San Francisco State University, 1994
D.P.T., Chapman University, 2012

Certifications
Certificate of Competency in Vestibular Rehabilitation, Emory University School of Medicine, 2003
Certificate of Competency in Cervicogenic Dizziness, 2005
Certificate of Competency in Balance Function Testing, 2006
Board Certified Specialist in Neurologic Physical Therapy, 2007-present
LSVT© Certified Therapist, 2009
Certified FallProof© Instructor, 2004-2010

Dr. Kristin DeMars  has  19 years of clinical experience in practicing physical therapy.  Her expertise includes neurologic physical therapy and vestibular rehabilitation; specializing in assessment and treatment of individuals with neurologic disorders including PD, MS, CVA, TBI and individuals with balance and vestibular disorders.  In addition to clinical practice, Dr. DeMars is a full-time lecturer in the  CSULB Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy.  Her teaching responsibilities include: neuroanatomy, motor control and learning, examination and intervention for individuals with neurological disorders, postural control and vestibular rehabilitation and neurological clinical decision making.  Additionally, she is responsible for supervising the CSULB Pro Bono Neurologic Physical Therapy Clinic.

Dr. DeMars has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 1991 and is a member of two APTA specialty sections: neurology and education.  She has been involved in the development of a pre-conference course (ABCs of Vestibular Rehabilitation) for the 2014 APTA Combined Sections Meeting.  Dr. DeMars is a member of the Movement Disorders Society and the National Parkinson Foundation.