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The primary research interests of Darren Q. Calley, P.T., DScPT, OCS, include the study of psychosocial factors, clinical education, and musculoskeletal examination and interventions.
Dr. Calley's research will help therapists understand the importance of identifying fear in patients with low back pain, which will improve patient outcomes through matched targeted interventions.
His research interests will help improve clinical education provided by physical therapy students and residents.
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