Clinical Assistant Professor
Indiana University, Ph.D, 2017
University of Northern Iowa, M.S., 2013
Luther College, B.A., 2008
- Indiana University Grant-in-Aid of Doctoral Research Award 2017
- Indiana University School of Public Health Student Research Grant 2016
- Indiana University, School of Public Health, Graduate Student Fellowship
- Associate Instructor at Indiana University - 2014-2017
- Adjunct Instructor at University of Northern Iowa - Fall 2013-Spring 2014
Courses Currently/Recently Taught
- A588—Anatomical Basis of Athletic Injury
- A540 & A 550—Orthopedic Principles of Musculoskeletal Injuries I and II
- A590—Athletic Training Principles for the Lower Extremity
Dr. Madsen's research aims to assist practicing clinicians in measuring functional and neurological deficits that may contribute to long-term sequelae associated with recurrent ankle sprains. Key words: CAI, Cutaneous Reflexes, Functional Performance
Madsen L.P., Kitano K., Koceja D.M., Zehr E.P., Docherty C.L. (2019). Effects of chronic ankle instability on cutaneous reflex modulation during walking. Experimental Brain Research, 237(8), 1959-1971.
Madsen L.P., Hall E.A., Docherty C.L. (2018). Assessing Outcomes in People having Chronic Ankle Instability: The Ability of Functional Performance Tests to Measure Deficits in Physical Function and Perceived Instability. Journal of Orthopaedic Sports Physical Therapy, 48(5), 372-380.
Madsen L.P., Evans T., Snyder K.,& Docherty C.L. (2016). PROMIS Physical Function Item Bank v.1.0: Physical Function Assessment for Athletic Patient Populations. Journal of Athletic Training, 51(9), 727-732.
Madsen L.P., Hall E.A., Docherty C.L. (2015). Assessment of bilateral limb differences in unipedal functional performance tests. British Journal of Sports Medicine. October: 49 (1 Suppl), A19-A20.