Meredith Wampler-Kuhn

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Meredith Wampler-Kuhn

Assistant Professor (Clinical), Doctor of Physical Therapy

Edward J. Ray Hall 309E
1500 SW Chandler Avenue
Bend, OR 97702
United States


Dr. Meredith Wampler-Kuhn is a clinical assistant professor in the DPT program. She joins OSU-Cascades from St. Charles Health System, where she co-leads the ASCENT Cancer Survivorship Program as part of her role as Lead Physical Therapist.  Wampler-Kuhn previously taught within DPT programs at UCSF/San Francisco State University and University of Puget Sound and will be teaching across the patient management and neurology curriculum at OSU-Cascades.

Wampler-Kuhn earned a B.A. in Biology from Westminster College, a B.H.S. in Physical Therapy from University of Missouri, and a D.P.T. Sc. from University of California, San Francisco and San Francisco State University. Wampler-Kuhn’s clinical background includes acute care, neurologic physical therapy, and over 18 years of experience in treating patients with cancer.

Research interests lie in management of the patient with cancer and in cancer survivorship. She has published several peer reviewed manuscripts on her clinical research, chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy and balance impairments and presented at the APTA’s Combined Sections Meeting (CSM). She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association Oncology Section, and is a board-certified Oncology Clinical Specialist.