Victoria Pardo

Victoria Pardo


Assistant Professor (Clinical), Physical Therapy

Office Location

EACPHS, Room 2254





Assistant Professor (clinical), Physical Therapy, Department of Health Care Sciences Admissions Chair, Physical Therapy

Victoria Pardo

Degrees and Certifications

Bachelor of Science, Biology, University of Ottawa, 1987
Bachelor of Science, Physiotherapy, University of Ottawa, 1991
Masters of Health Science, Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis, 2003
Doctor of Health Science, Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis, 2010

Recent Publications

Pardo V, Galen S. Treatment interventions for Pusher Syndrome: A case series. Neurorehabilitation 2019;44(1):131-140.

Anderson C, Rajamani K, Pardo V, Adamo DE. Asymmetries in force matching are related to side of stroke in right-handed individuals. Neurosci Lett 2018;683:144-149.

Finkbiner M, Gaina K, McRandall M, Wolf M, Pardo V, Reid K, Adams B and Galen S. Video Movement Analysis Using Smartphones (ViMAS): A Pilot Study. Journal of Visualized Experiments. 2017: Issue 121. doi: 10.3791/54659

Pardo V, Galen S, Gahimer J, Goldberg A. Reply to the Letter to the Editor Regarding our Article: Effects of Custom-Molded and Prefabricated Hinged Ankle-Foot Orthoses on Gait Parameters and Functional Mobility in Adults with Hemiplegia: A Preliminary Report. J Prosthet Orthot 2015;27(4): 120-121.

Galen S, Pardo V, Wyatt D, Diamond A, Brodith V, Pavlov A. Validity of an interactive Functional Reach Test. Games for Health (2015) April 20 Epub ahead of print. doi:10.1089/g4h.2015.0002.

Pardo V, Galen S, Gahimer J, Goldberg A. Effects of custom-molded and prefabricated hinged ankle-foot orthoses on gait parameters and functional mobility in adults with hemiplegia: a preliminary report. J Prosthet Orthot. 2015;27:33-38.

Pardo V, Knuth D, McDermott B, Powell J, Goldberg A. Validity, reliability and minimum detectable change of the maximum step length test in people with stroke. J Neurol Sci. 325:74-78, 2013.

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