Jenna Sawdon-Bea

Contact Information:

Jenna Sawdon-Bea, P.T., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor

Department of Physical Therapy

California State University, Fresno

2345 E San Ramon Ave
M/S MH29
Fresno, Ca
93740-8031

jsbea@csufresno.edu

Phone: (559) 278-6376
Fax: (559) 278-3635

 

Jenna Sawdon-Bea

Educational Background

Doctorate Doctoral Candidate in Physical Therapy, Texas Woman's University - Dallas,

M.P.T., Physical Therapy, California State University, Fresno 1998

B.S., Physical Therapy, California State University, Fresno 1996


Professional Employment

Fall 2008 - Present California State University, Fresno
Department of Physical Therapy
Assistant Professor

December 2004 - July 2008 Personal Edge Physical Therapy, Inc., Dublin, CA
Clinical Director / Physical Therapist

January 2003 - November 2004 Sportfit Physical Therapy, San Ramon, CA
Physical Therapist

September 2000 - December 2002 Dallas Presbyterian Hospital
Per Diem Physical Therapist

August 2000 - December 2002 Texas Woman's University, Dallas; Health Promotion & Research Center
Graduate Research Associate

June 2001 - May 2002 Texas Woman's University, Dallas (Research, Spinal Manual Therapy, Quantitative Evaluation)
Graduate Teaching Assistant

September 1998 - July 2000 Sportfit Physical Therapy, San Ramon, CA
Physical Therapist


Courses Taught

PH TH 208 - Foundations of Clinical Management in PT
PH TH 219 - Advanced Therapeutic Technology
PH TH 209 - Clinical Pathokinesiology
PH TH 236 - Physical Therapy Management of Body Systems
PH TH 240 - Advanced Orthopedics Physical Therapy I


Scholarly Activities

Sadowsky HS, Sawdon JM, Scheiner ME, Sticklin AM. Eight-Week Moderate Intensity Exercise Intervention Elicits Body Composition Change in Adolescents. Cardiopulmonary Physical
Therapy Journal,
1999;2: 38-44 [Journal]

Sawdon JM. Documentation Requirements In: Curtis KA (Ed.). The Physical Therapist's Guide to Health Care. Thorofare, NJ. Slack, Inc. 1999. 187-208 [Book Chapter]

Sadowsky HS, Sawdon JM, Scheiner ME, Sticklin AM. The Effect of Moderate Intensity Exercise on Adolescent Body Composition. Physical Therapy 1999;79(5): S60 [Abstract]

Sawdon-Bea, J. Pulmonary Function and Thoracic Kyphosis in Women
with Osteopenia and Women with Osteoporosis. Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association Tampa,
Florida February 14, 2003 Platform [Presentation]

Sawdon-Bea, J. Relationship Between Pulmonary Function and
Thoracic Kyphosis in Women with Osteoporosis. Texas Physical Therapy Conference, Austin, TX October 12, 2002 [Poster Presentation]

Sawdon, JM. The Effect of Moderate Intensity Exercise on
Adolescent Body Composition. Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association. Seattle,WA February 5, 1999 [Platform Presentation]


Grant Activities

2008: California State University, Fresno New Faculty Support Grant


2003: Effects of a 10-week Exercise Intervention on Thoracic Kyphosis, Pulmonary Function, Endurance, and Quality of Life in Women with Osteoporosis. APTA Women's Health Section Research Grant ($5000)

1998: Sadowsky HS, Sawdon JM, Scheiner ME, Sticklin AM. The effect of Moderate Intensity Exercise on Adolescent Body Composition. APTA Cardiopulmonary Section Research Grant ($1000)


Creative Activities

Title/Position

Organization

Year

Nominating Committee

San Joaquin Valley District
California Physical Therapy Association

2008

University, Community, and Professional Service

Physical Therapy Department Services

Title/Position

Member

Dates

Chairperson

Curriculum Committee
Department of Physical Therapy

2008

Awards or other Forms of Recognition

2003

Best Platform Presentation, APTA The Section on Women's Health, Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association

1998

Honorable Mention Best Platform Presentation, APTA Cardiopulmonary Section Platform Presenter Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Seattle