Quinnipiac University
Salvador L Bondoc

Professor of Occupational Therapy

Chair of Occupational Therapy

Program Director of Masters of Occupational Therapy

Salvador Bondoc is a tenured professor of occupational therapy and has been a faculty member of Quinnipiac University since 2006. He has a strong record of progressive and effective leadership in higher education, clinical practice, and volunteer professional organizations nationally and internationally. He has received recognition for his work as a clinical scholar, educator, and a master clinician at the state and national levels. In 2012, he earned the distinction of Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association for excellence in evidence-based physical rehabilitation.
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Education

  • BS, University of the Phillipines
  • OTD, Creighton University

Areas of Expertise

  • Neurorehabilitation/Neurosurgery
  • Neurology/Neuroscience
  • Geriatrics/Gerontology/Ageing
  • Education/Teaching and Learning
  • Hand Therapy/Upper Limb Rehabilitation

Organization

  • Occupational Therapy

Office Location

  • Medicine, Nursing, Health Sci 362G

Mail Drop

  • NH-HSC

Experience

Quinnipiac University

Professor

Hamden, CT

2014 - 2017

Apple Rehabilitation (AllStar Therapy)

Occupational Therapist, per diem

Various locations in CT

2013 - Present

Quinnipiac University

Associate Professor

Hamden, CT

2010 - 2013

Griffin Hospital

Occupational/Hand Therapist, per diem

Derby, CT

2008 - Present

Quinnipiac University

Assistant Professor

Hamden, CT

2006 - 2009

Eastern Rehab Network/Hartford Hospital

Hand Therapist, per diem

Various locations in CT

2006 - 2011

Touro College

Adjunct/Part-time Faculty

New York, NY

2003 - 2006

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital – Weill Cornell

Assistant Chief Occupational Therapist

New York, NY

2003 - 2006

Dominican College

Adjunct/Part-time Faculty

Orangeburg, NY

2001 - 2006

Lincoln Medical Center

Senior Occupational Therapist/Unit Supervisor

Bronx, NY

2000 - 2003

Integrated Health Systems

Lead Occupational Therapist

Ocala, FL

1998 - 2000

Sunbelt Therapy Services

Traveling Occupational Therapist

Palm Harbor, FL

1996 - 1998

University of the Philippines

Instructor/Community Practice Supervisor

Manila, Philippines

1995 - 1996

QC Child Development and Therapy Center

Occupational Therapist

Quezon City, Philippines

1995 - 1996

Selected Publications

Building a Collaborative Model of Running an OT Clinic in Rural Philippines

Bondoc, S., Ching, P., Cooney, L., Steele, L., Omelanczuk, C., Freedman, G.,...

AOTA Conference and Expo 2019, New Orleans, LA (2019)

Developing a New Mobile Arm Support (MAS), OT+Me, Through an Interprofessional Collaboration: Prototype Stage

Bondoc, S., Byers, L., O'Connor, M., Johnson, E., & Cohen, J.

AOTA Conference and Expo, New Orleans, LA (2019)

Mind Your Movement: A Yoga Program for Persons With Parkinson's Disease

Bondoc, S., Talalai, A., Flammini, K., Healy, M., & Petillo, C.

AOTA Conference and Expo, New Orleans, LA (2019)

Common Shoulder Conditions: Back to Basics

Bondoc, S. & Arabit, L.

AOTA Conference and Expo, New Orleans, LA (2019)

Flip to Learn, Learn to Flip: Scoping Review of Flipped Classroom Methodology

Chakraborty, S., Dermody, D., Bondoc, S.

2019 AOTA Education Summit, Las Vegas, NV (2019)

AOTA Position Paper: Physical Agents and Mechanical Modalities.

Bondoc, S. & Feretti, AM

72 American Journal of Occupational Therapy 7212410055p1-7212410055p6 (2018)

Mirror therapy and task-oriented training to improve UE function after stroke

Bondoc, S., Booth, J., Budde, G. Caruso, K. DeSousa, M., Earl, B., Hammerton, K. & Humphreys, J.,

72 (2) American Journal of Occupational Therapy 1-8 (2018)

Shoulder dysfunctions and rehabilitation. In Ward and Mahle (Eds) Adult Physical Conditions: Intervention Strategies for the Occupational Therapy Assistant.

Bondoc, S. & Arabit, L.

(F.A. Davis 2018)

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