Dr. Wiley joined the GA-PCOM faculty in May 2017 as associate professor and associate director of clinical education. Her experience and background in clinical practice and her former faculty positions of academic coordinator of clinical education and assistant professor will assist her in enhancing the development of physical therapy program. Dr. Wiley has clinical experience across the continuum of physical therapy including acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, wound care, hippotherapy, skilled nursing home, travel therapy and outpatient orthopedics, her main area of experience. Dr. Wiley has devoted her career to engagement with students through collaborative research and clinical experiences, mentoring and advising.
Current and primary research is in the area of women's health specifically looking at the effects electrical stimulation has on the reduction of diastasis recti in postpartum women and improved perceived functional level. Other research interests are in the parameters of prosthetic gait in community dwelling individuals with amputations.
Welch, J., Wiley, J. Does Electrical Stimulation Assist in Reduction of Diastasis Recti in Females Postpartum and Improve Perceived Functional Level? Poster Presentation at APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Antonio, TX; February, 2017
Miller, CA, Wiley, J; David, S., Montgomery, M., South L., Sterling, K., White, CB. Parameters of Prosthetic Gait in Community Dwelling individuals with Bilateral Lower Limb Amputation. Poster Presentation at APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Antonio, TX; February, 2017