SBUBolivar, Missouri Est. 1878

SBU Physical Therapy Department

Joshua Layman

Joshua Layman, DPT, NCS, ATP
Joshua Layman
Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy
Southwest Baptist University
Work 1600 University Avenue,
Warren B. Davis Family Physical Therapy Center, 112
Bolivar, MO 65613
Work (417) 328-1472 | jlayman@sbuniv.edu
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Current Research Projects

Recent Scholarly Publications and Presentations

  1. Layman J. Evidence in Practice: Application of ATP (Assistive Technology Professional) skills in a South American community with limited resources. Poster Presentation. American Physical Therapy Association – Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego, CA, January 21-24, 2013.
  2. Daily NM, Layman J. Evidence in Practice: Can Vestibular Habituation be Effective in Reducing the Symptoms of Seasickness? Poster Presentation. Missouri Physical Therapy Association Spring Meeting, Lake of the Ozarks, MO, April 27, 2012.
  3. Layman J. Evidence in Practice: Effectiveness of Anodyne therapy in the treatment of Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy. Poster Presentation. Missouri Physical Therapy Association – Spring Meeting, Kansas City, MO, April 20-22, 2007.

Why do you enjoy teaching at SBU?

"SBU gives me a unique opportunity to incorporate both my knowledge and my faith in my teaching.  I am passionate about teaching because I strongly desire to multiply both my knowledge and my passion for helping people by sharing them with my students. I am excited when I have the privilege to see the “light bulb” moment, the moment the student understands. I am challenged by students and continually learn from them even as I teach them and enjoy the growth they stimulate in me. I feel I am successful when my students succeed and I strive to help as many people as I can reach their full potential. I firmly believe that anything is possible if you will focus on the next step, take what God has given you, and build on it." 

Educational and Professional Background:

A.A., Ozarks Technical College; B.S., Missouri State University; M.P.T., D.P.T., SBU. Certified Neurology Clinical Specialist, ABPTS.