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Stephanie Woelfel, MPT

Title(s)Assistant Professor Of Clinical
AddressUNH 3rd Floor
Health Sciences Campus
Los Angeles CA 90089-9281
Phone+1 323 442 5363
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    Section on Clinical Electrophysiology & Wound Management2012Professional Merit Award

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    Stephanie Woelfel-Dyess, an alumnus of Marquette, completed her Masters in Physical Therapy in 1999. She became a certified wound specialist through the American Board of Wound Management in 2002. Ms. Woelfel-Dyess spent the first 10 years of her career treating patients with wounds in long-term acute care and currently works as a Clinical Specialist for Genesis Rehabilitation Services. From 2004 to 2005, Ms. Woelfel-Dyess was a guest lecturer at Marquette in the Physical Therapy Department and in 2005, she joined the faculty, specializing in integumentary physical therapy.

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    1. Functional ambulatory status as a potential adjunctive decision-making tool following wound, level of ischemia, and severity of foot infection assessment. J Vasc Surg. 2020 Apr 06. Khan T, Plotkin A, Magee GA, Shin L, Woelfel SL, Ziegler KR, Shih CD, Weaver FA, Armstrong DG, Rowe VL. PMID: 32273222.
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    2. Building a scalable diabetic limb preservation program: four steps to success. Diabet Foot Ankle. 2018; 9(1):1452513. Khan T, Shin L, Woelfel S, Rowe V, Wilson BL, Armstrong DG. PMID: 29696071.
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