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Michelle Cameron M.D., P.T., M.C.R.

    • Associate Professor of Neurology School of Medicine

Michelle H. Cameron, M.D., P.T., a neurologist and physical therapist, is an associate professor in the Department of Neurology at Oregon Health & Science University and at the VA Portland Health Care System.

Dr. Cameron provides clinical neurology care to people with MS and related disorders and participates in various other clinical trials of MS treatments. Her research focuses on imbalance and falls in people with multiple sclerosis. Dr. Cameron teaches continuing education courses on balance and falls and courses on the use of physical agents in rehabilitation to providers around the world.

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Education

  • P.T., University of California 1989
  • M.D., University of California, San Francisco California 0 2003
  • M.C.R., Oregon Health & Science University 2009
  • Residency:

    • Internal Medicine — Kaiser Medical Center, Oakland, California, 2003
  • Fellowship:

    • Multiple Sclerosis — Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon, 2010

Publications

  • "On “The American Physical Therapy Association’s top five Choosing Wisely recommendations.â€� White NT, Delitto A, Manal TJ, Miller S. Phys Ther. doi" Physical Therapy January 1 2015
  • "Evidence-Based Practice"   2007
  • "Measurement and treatment of imbalance and fall risk in multiple sclerosis using the international classification of functioning, disability and health model" Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America May 2013
  • "Introduction" Indian Journal of Rheumatology  2007
  • "Falls in people with MS - An individual data meta-analysis from studies from Australia, Sweden, United Kingdom and the United States" Multiple Sclerosis January 14 2015
  • "Placebo effect in TENS study? (I)" Physical Therapy  1989
  • "Falls requiring medical attention among veterans with multiple sclerosis" Journal of rehabilitation R&D  2011
  • "New treatments for multiple sclerosis" The Lancet Neurology March 2014
  • "People with multiple sclerosis use many fall prevention strategies but still fall frequently" Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation August 2013
  • "Fear of falling is associated with recurrent falls in people with multiple sclerosis" International Journal of MS Care  2015
  • "Associations between proprioceptive neural pathway structural connectivity and balance in people with multiple sclerosis " Frontiers in Human Neuroscience October 20 2014
  • "Relative transmission of ultrasound by media customarily used for phonophoresis" Physical Therapy  1992
  • "Medications are associated with falls in people with multiple sclerosis" International Journal of MS Care  2015
  • "American ginseng does not improve fatigue in multiple sclerosis" Multiple Sclerosis  2011
  • "Summary of evidence-based guideline" Neurology March 25 2014
  • "Whom to target for falls-prevention trials" International Journal of MS Care  2014
  • "Dalfampridine improves walking speed, walking endurance, and community participation in veterans with multiple sclerosis" Multiple Sclerosis  2014
  • "Applying the RE-AIM framework to inform the development of a multiple sclerosis falls-prevention intervention" International Journal of MS Care  2014
  • "Does interferon beta-1a impact pure-tone hearing sensitivity among individuals with multiple sclerosis?" Journal of Neuroscience Nursing December 1 2014
  • "Mini Balance Evaluation Systems Test in people with multiple sclerosis" Gait and Posture January 2014
  • "Reliable ultrasound transmission [4]" Physical Therapy  1992
  • "Botulinum toxin for symptomatic therapy in multiple sclerosis" Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports  2014
  • "Falls in people with multiple sclerosis compared with falls in healthy controls" PLoS One September 25 2014
  • "2nd International Symposium on Gait and Balance in Multiple Sclerosis" Disability and Rehabilitation  2014
  • "Neuropsychological, balance, and mobility risk factors for falls in people with multiple sclerosis" Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation March 2014
  • "Objective and subjective measures reflect different aspects of balance in multiple sclerosis" Journal of rehabilitation R&D  2013
  • "Cognition-based interventions for healthy older people and people with mild cognitive impairment." The Cochrane database of systematic reviews  2011
  • "Effect of phonophoresis on serum salicylate levels." Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise October 1991
  • "Postural control in multiple sclerosis" Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports September 2010
  • "Comments" Neuromodulation January 2014

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