Dr. Webster joins Endicott after 12 years at Boston University. She also worked at Trinity International University as head athletic trainer and instructor. In her over 20 years of experience she has developed expertise in evaluation & treatment, emergency care, and evidence based practice. Her research focuses on lower extremity function related to chronic ankle instability. Her passion lies in collaborative interprofessional thinking centered on returning patients to activities they love.
University of Toledo
Indiana State University
Project areas include investigation into utility of the Lower Extremity Functional Scale in tracking progress of patients with acute and non-acute ankle sprains, and understanding how decreased dorsiflexion impacts lower extremity movement during functional activity.
MSAT 525 Therapeutic Interventions
MSAT 511 Evidence Based Practice
MSAT 508 Clinical Decision Making
MSAT 530 Clinical Education
- Webster KA, Gribble PA. A comparison of electromyography of gluteus medius and maximus in subjects with and without chronic ankle instability. Phys Ther Sport. 2013;14(1):17-22.
- Webster KA, Gribble PA. Functional rehabilitation in those with chronic ankle instability: a systematic review. J Sport Rehabil.2010;19(1):98-114.
- Webster KA, Pietrosimone BG, Gribble PA. Lower extremity muscle activation during a lateral hop before and after fatigue in those with and without chronic ankle instability. J Athl Train. 2016;51(8):629-636.