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Philip A. Anloague

Associate Professor; Associate Provost for Graduate Academic Affairs

Full-Time Faculty

School of Education and Health Sciences: Department of Physical Therapy; Office of the Provost


Email: Philip Anloague
St. Mary's Hall, Room 200


Philip A. Anloague, PT, DHSc, OCS, MTC is the Associate Provost for Graduate Academic Affairs and associate professor in the department of physical therapy.


  • D.H.Sc. in Health Science, University of St. Augustine
  • M.P.T. in Physical Therapy, Andrews University
  • B.A. in Psychology, Cleveland State University

Licensure & Certifications

  • Licensed Ohio Physical Therapist, State of Ohio
  • Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties
  • Certification in Manual Therapy, University of St. Augustine

Courses Taught

  • HSS 465 Physical Therapy Seminar
  • DPT 815 Human Gross Anatomy
  • DPT 841 Clinical Science II: Intro to Medical Diagnostics
  • DPT 975 Clinical Skills Lab: Orthopedics I
  • DPT 976 Clinical Skills Lab: Orthopedics II
  • DPT 985 Clinical Issues Seminar: Orthopedics I
  • DPT 986 Clinical Issues Seminar: Orthopedics II

Professional Activities

  • American Physical Therapy Association: Orthopedic, Sports Medicine and Private Practice Sections and Mentoring Program
  • Archives of Physical Medicine
  • Journal of Athletic Training
  • Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach
  • Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, Special Consultant

Service Activities

  • University of Dayton Baseball Team, Pitching Instructor
  • University of Dayton: Flyers Baseball Camps, Head Baseball Coach
  • Patterson Park Baseball: 16U, 18U

Selected Publications


  • Anloague P.A., V. Spees, J. Smith, M.A. Herbenick, & L.J. Rubino. (2012). Glenohumeral range of motion and lower extremity flexibility in collegiate-level baseball players. Sports Health, 4(1):25-30.
  • Peters, P.G., L.J. Rubino, M.A. Herbenick, P.A. Anloague, R.J. Markert, & L.J. Rubino LJ. (2011). Knee range of motion: The reliability and agreement of three measurement methods. American Journal of Orthopedics, 40(12):E249-E252.
  • Vanderburgh, P.V., N.S. Mickley, P.A. Anloague, & K. Lucius. (2011). Load-carriage distance run and push-ups tests: No body mass bias and occupationally relevant. Military Medicine, 176,9:1032-1035.
  • McGlaughlin, M.C., P.A. Anloague, & B.C. Clark. (2010). External pelvic fixation during lumbar muscle resistance exercise. In Nova Science Publishers, Inc., Biomechanics: Principles, Trends and Applications.
  • Anloague, P.A., & P. Huijbregts. (2009). Anatomical variations of the lumbar plexus: A descriptive anatomy study with proposed clinical implications. Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy,17(4):E107-E114.
  • Rubino, J., M.A. Herbenick, P.A. Anloague, & R. Finnan. (2009). Chronic elbow dislocation treated with open reduction and lateral ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction. American Journal of Orthopedics, 38(6):E98-E100.


  • Jackson, K., P. Anloague, H. Merriman, J. Cropper, & J. Linderman. (2008). Health fitness and activity levels of doctor of physical therapy students. Phys Ther., 88.
  • Jackson, K.J., P. Anloague, H.L. Merriman, J. Cropper, & J.K. Linderman. (2009). Health, fitness and activity levels of doctor of physical therapy students. Healthy People 2009: Lifestyle Strategies for the Prevention and Intervention of Obesity and Type-2 Diabetes.  Annual Meeting of the Loma Linda University School of Public Health, Loma Linda, CA, March 10-11, 2009.
  • Anloague, PA. (2011). Glenohumeral range of motion and lower extremity flexibility in collegiate-level baseball players. Med Sci Sports Exerc., 43(5):S598.
  • Brahler, C.J., & P.A. Anloague. (2011). Influence of three different soccer cleat configurations on knee joint loading and running performance. Med Sci Sports Exerc., 43(5):S215.