Ken Randall, PT PhD
Department of Family Medicine, Physical Therapy Clinic
1111 S. St. Louis Ave
Tulsa, OK 74120
Musculoskeletal dysfunction of the spine and extremities, manual therapy, trigger point dry needling, movement analysis and exercise prescription; rehabilitation of runners, dancers, elite athletes, and the general population.
BS Physical Therapy, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, OK
Masters in Human Relations (MHR), University of Oklahoma, Norman OK
PhD (Educational Psychology) Oklahoma State University, Stillwater OK
Advanced manual therapy; trigger point dry needling; master educator American Physical Therapy Association
Ken Randall, PT, PhD, MHR is Assistant Dean in the University of Oklahoma’s College of Allied Health and is Associate Professor in its Department of Rehabilitation Sciences. Ken has taught in the academic environment for twenty years, and has been in physical therapy practice for twenty five. He is the director of the OU Physical Therapy clinic and regularly sees patients there. He served as the chief physical therapist for the Tulsa Ballet Theatre for a decade and toured with the company to New York and Washington, DC. Ken has published numerous articles in international journals as well as in both Allied Health Education and Physical Therapy, the flagship journals of his profession. He is an avid runner and world traveler: To date he has completed marathons in France, Italy, Greece, and the United States.