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Division of Kinesiology & Health|College of Health Sciences

Gretchen Sewczak-Claude, PT, DPT 

Assistant Lecturer
Physical Therapy, Exercise Science


DPT Regis University (2007)

B.S. Regis University (2003)


Educating students in areas of strength and conditioning, functional mobility and functional training; Development of skills to improve fitness and quality of life across various levels; Emphasis on strong knowledge and understanding of fundamental movements; Concentration in developing professionalism skills, with emphasis on communication skills, to become successful in professional school and career.


KIN 1005 - Kinesiology, Health, and Teaching Physical Activity

KIN 4029 - Methods of Training & Conditioning

KIN 4900 - Functional Movement Analysis


American Physical Therapy Association 

Section on Women's Health



Delay, ER, Sewczak, GM, Stapleton, JR, & Roper, SD. (2004). Glutamate taste: Discrimination between the tastes of glutamate agonists and monosodium glutamate in rats, Chemical Senses, 29(4), 291-299.

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