Dr. Landis’ research focuses primarily on lower extremity injury risk prediction methods in active female populations, particularly ACL injury. His goal is to determine the most accurate method or combination of methods to identify those at risk of injury. Dr. Landis’ second research area involves the clinical applications of manual therapies.
Dr. Landis teaches courses in Athletic Training and Kinesiology
- Ath_T 263
- Ath_T 370
- Ath_T 450
- Ath_T 464
- Ath_T 531
- Ath_T 535
- Ath_T 565
- Ath_T 598
- KINES 305
Dr. Landis is actively involved in the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) and the regional North West Athletic Trainers’ Association (NWATA).
- Landis, S. E., Baker, R. T., & Seegmiller, J. G. (2018). Non-contact anterior cruciate ligament and lower extremity injury risk prediction using functional movement screen and knee abduction moment: an epidemiological observation of female intercollegiate athletes. International journal of sports physical therapy, 13(6), 973.
- McMurray, J., Landis, S., Lininger, K., Baker, R. T., Nasypany, A., & Seegmiller, J. (2015). A comparison and review of indirect myofascial release therapy, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, and active release techniques to inform clinical decision making. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training, 20(5), 29-34.
- University of Idaho, Moscow, Doctor of Athletic Training, May 2016, Dissertation: “Non-contact anterior cruciate ligament injury risk prediction using functional movement screen™ and knee abduction moment: an epidemiological observation”.
- San Jose State University, San Jose, Master of Arts, Athletic Training, May 2007. Thesis project: “Injury Rate Comparison of High School Volleyball Athletes: Out of Season Participation”.
- Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego, Bachelor of Arts, Athletic Training, May 2002.
- National Holistic Institute, San Jose, Massage Therapy, June 2009.