Teaches neuromuscular therapeutics. Her clinical practice focuses on neurological disorders including stroke, brain injury, balance and dizziness disorders, multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injury.
Dr. Riley is board certified in neurologic PT, has a certificate of competency in evaluation and treatment of vestibular disorders, and is certified in neurodevelopmental treatment for adults with hemiplegia.
PhD, University of Iowa
MA, University of Iowa
BA, St. Louis University
Riley, NA. Introduction to Vestibular Rehabilitation - Examination and Intervention of Balance and Dizziness disorders. Great River Medical Center, Burlington, IA. November 2011.
Speaker, Introduction to Vestibular Rehabilitation, Examination and Intervention of Balance and Dizziness Disorders, Iowa Chapter APTA, Fall Conference, Council Bluffs, IA, 10/2008
Frank LM, Riley NA, Swanson C, Trapkus J. Pilot Study: Are Visual Markers in the Home Environment Effective in Improving Parkinsonian Gait? APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee, 02/2004
Riley, NA, Bilodeau, M., Changes in upper limb joint torque patterns and EMG signals with fatigue following a stroke. Disability & Rehabilitation, 2002, 24(18): 961-969
Bilodeau, M., Houck, J., Cuddeford, T., Sharma, S., Riley, NA, Variations in the relationship between the frequency content of EMG signals and the rate of torque development in voluntary and elicited contractions. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 2002, 12:147-155