Dr. Ehrmann is a Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adults. She coordinates lectures in pathology and medical management, advanced diagnostics, and assists in human gross anatomy.
Her clinical experiences include inpatient care, outpatient care, industrial medicine, home health, and skilled care. She serves as Associate Editor for the Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy.
Read Dr. Ehrmann's CV (pdf)
Education and Training
- DPT, St. Ambrose University, Physical Therapy
- Certified Exercise Expert for the Aging Adult (CEEAA)
- Graduate Certificate in Clinical Pathology, University of Massachusetts
- MPT, St. Ambrose University, Physical Therapy
- MBA, BBA, University of Iowa, Finance
Areas of Professional Interest
- Rehabilitation of patients with cancer
Honors and Awards
Iowa Physical Therapy Foundation Scholarship, 2002
Recent or Noteworthy Publications
Ehrmann BJ. Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms: A Review of Transmission and Control. Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy. 2018; 9(1):3-10.
Ehrmann BJ. Diabetes. In: Kauffman TL, Scott RW, Barr JO, Moran ML(eds). Geriatric Rehabilitation Manual (3rd ed), Churchill Livingstone / Elsevier, Edinburgh, 2013.
Ehrmann, BJ. The impact of physical therapist centralized application service on admission demographics: one program's 5-year experience. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, 2015 (Poster Presentation).
Ehrmann BJ, Puthoff ML. The impact of physical therapist centralized application service on admission demographics: one program's experience. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego, CA, 2010 (Platform Presentation).
MRSA: It's Not Just for Inpatients Anymore, Iowa Physical Therapy Association Southeast District Meeting, Davenport, IA, 2008
More About Dr. Ehrmann
DPT 500 Gross Anatomy, assist, Fall Semester
DPT 810 Advanced Diagnostics, Fall Semester
DPT 520 Pathology and Medical Management I, Spring Semester
DPT 525 Pathology and Medical Management II, Summer Session
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