Ken Randall, PT, PhD, MHR

Ken Randall

Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Community Engagement 

Associate Professor

E-mail: Ken Randall

(918) 660-3276


Member, Alpha Eta Honor Society

Ph.D., Educational Psychology, Oklahoma State University School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology, Tulsa, OK, 2009.

M.H.R., Human Relations, Department of Human Relations, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 1996.

B.S., Physical Therapy, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Department of Physical Therapy, Oklahoma City, OK.

Professional Program
OCTH/PHTH 7213 Introduction to Orthopedic Management
OCTH/PHTH 7313 Evaluation and Intervention II
PHTH 7411 Behavioral Dynamics
OCTH/PHTH 7712 Seminar: Clinical Reasoning I
OCTH/PHTH 7812 Seminar: Clinical Reasoning II
OCTH/PHTH 7990 Directed Studies, various topics
RS 7990 Advanced Manual Therapy for Physical Therapists
RS 7990 Manual Therapy for Occupational Therapists
PHTH 7990 Apprenticeship in Outpatient Physical Therapy 

 

Randall, KE.., Hoppes, S., and Bender, D.G.. (2007). Developing an Honor Code for Rehabilitation Sciences Students. Journal of Allied Health Education.37(2), 117-120.

Randall, K. Bender, D.G., & Montgomery, D. (2007) Determining the opinions of health sciences students and faculty regarding academic integrity.  International Journal for Educational Integrity, 3(2), 27-40. 

Bender, D.G. & Randall, K.E. (2005). Service-Learning risk management considerations: The Community Visitor project. Education for Health: Change in Learning & Practice, 18(1), 85-88.

Randall, K.E., & McEwen, I.R. (2000) Writing patient-centered functional goals. Physical Therapy, (80), 1197-1203.

Randall, K. (1998). Fostering student independence. In Deusinger, S. (Ed.), Clinical instructors' handbook. St. Louis: Washington University.

Randall, K. & Roberts, C. (1998). Expectations for clinical education. In Deusinger, S. (Ed.), Clinical instructors' handbook. St. Louis: Washington University.

The influence of personality type on academic and clinical success in the rehabilitation sciences.

Understanding how to promote and enhance the development of discrete psychomotor skills in novice physical and occupational therapists.

The use of intuition by physical therapy novices and practitioners in clinical decision making. 

Rehabilitation of people with musculoskeletal problems of the spine and peripheral joints

Balance and falls intervention in older adults

Manual therapy for hard and soft tissue dysfunction

Rehabilitation in the performing arts

Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation

Behavioral elements of rehabilitation


Clinical Practice


Director and Physical Therapist, OU Physical Therapy at Family Medicine Clinic, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences and OU Family Medicine, University of Oklahoma Tulsa, 1111 South St. Louis Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Chief Physical Therapist, Tulsa Ballet Theatre, 110 E. 2nd Street; Tulsa, Oklahoma

University of Oklahoma Schusterman Center Strategic Plan Task Force, Community Engagement Work Group

University of Oklahoma Schusterman Center Community Medicine Academy.

College of Allied Health Diversity Task Force Chair

Company Physical Therapist, Tulsa Ballet

Department of Family Medicine – Rehabilitation Sciences Falls Risk Screening and Prevention Program

Department of Rehabilitation Sciences - Tulsa Run Finish Line Manual Therapy Tent

Department of Family Medicine - Route 66 Marathon Aid Station Service