Dr. Uhl has been practicing physical therapy and athletic training since 1985 in various sport medicine settings. Tim received his bachelors in health science from the University of Kentucky in physical therapy. After three years of clinical practice at the Lexington Sports Medicine Center he went on to receive his masters’ degree in Kinesiology from the University of Michigan. At Michigan he worked with the athletic programs and at MedSport their sports medicine outpatient center. He served both on the staff and as the director of outpatient physical therapy at the Human Performance and Rehabilitation Centers in Columbus, GA. He completed his doctorate in sports medicine from the University of Virginia in 1998 where he studied shoulder proprioception and is presently a Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, at the University of Kentucky. Dr. Uhl is an active member of the APTA, NATA, American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapist (ASSET) and American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES), and American Baseball Biomechanics Society (ABBS)
- Effectiveness of clinical interventions in rehabilitation of upper extremity musculoskeletal injuries.
- Assessment of readiness to return to sport or normal functional activity
- Assessment of arm usage in overhead sports and daily activities
- Biomechanical and Neuromuscular assessment of upper extremity demands in sport and daily activities
Musculoskeletal Evaluation and intervention of the upper extremity and spine; Kinesiological Electromyographical Analysis and Applications; Teaching evidence based approach and critical appraisal of rehabilitation research.
Tim enjoys his spending his free time with his wife Christine. They enjoy playing golf and spending time with their friends and cat.