Andrew Strubhar

Associate Professor

Olin Hall 348
(309) 677-2856
ajs@bradley.edu

Ph.D., Higher Education Administration from Illinois State University
MA Bradley University
B.S., Physical Therapy from Northwestern University
B.S., from Wheaton College

Biography

Dr. Stubhar and his wife have eight children whose various activities keep them very busy most of the time.  His family is also involved in their church. 

Teaching

Dr. Strubhar teaches a variety of courses in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, including Gross Anatomy, Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology, Neuroexamination and Differential Diagnosis, Motor Control and Motor Learning, and Neurological Rehabilitation

Scholarship

Dr. Strubhar’s research interests are in reactive balance ability in normal adults, older adults and the neurologically involved.

Service

Dr. Strubhar is an advanced item writer for the National Physical Therapy Examination. He serves on the Bradley University Committee on the Use of Human Subjects in Research.  Additionally, he serves on the Board of Education for a local grade school. Dr. Strubhar practices physical therapy in a skilled nursing care and long term care center and performs pre-publication reviews for major publishers of physical therapy textbooks.