David E Sherwood
Adolescent Specialist | Adolescent Medicine10 Century Hill Dr Latham NY, 12110
Dr. David Sherwood is an adolescent specialist practicing in Latham, NY. Dr. Sherwood works with patients who are in the adolescent age, or generally between the ages of 11 and 19 years old. As an adolescent-specialist, Dr. Sherwood treats many common health issues that pre-teens and teenagers face, from mental, to behavioral, to physical conditions. Some of these issues may include growth and hormone problems, sports injuries, eating disorders, substance abuse and more. Adolescent specialists perform medical exams, histories and diagnostic tests, and develop individualized treatment plans for each patient.
Education and Training
Albany Medical College - Union University 1996
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP
- Using concurrent visual feedback to focus attention in bimanual aiming movements.
- Schema theory: critical review and implications for the role of cognition in a new theory of motor learning.
- Movement time modulates spatial assimilation effects in rapid bimanual movements.
- Intermovement interval and spatial assimilation effects in sequential bimanual and unimanual movements.
- Speed-accuracy tradeoffs in rapid bimanual aiming movements.
- Separate movement planning and spatial assimilation effects in sequential bimanual aiming movements.
- Spatial assimilation effects in sequential movements: effects of parameter value switching and practice organization.
- Generalization of error detection across motor tasks by men and women.
- Electromyographic control of movement time in a rapid aiming movement.
- Spatial error detection in rapid unimanual and bimanual aiming movements.
- How changing the focus of attention affects performance, kinematics, and
- Detecting and correcting errors in rapid aiming movements: effects of movement time, distance, and velocity.
- Parameter value switching in discrete and continuous aiming movements.
- Neuromuscular effects of shifting the focus of attention in a simple force production task.
- Defining the focus of attention: effects of attention on perceived exertion and fatigue.
- Concurrent visual feedback and spatial accuracy in continuous aiming movements.
- Thinking about muscles: the neuromuscular effects of attentional focus on accuracy and fatigue.
- The role of attention in motor control.
- Blocked and alternating variable practice and unintended spatial variations in continuous aiming movements.
- On the advantage of an external focus of attention: a benefit to learning or performance?
- Judging joint angles and movement outcome: Shifting the focus of attention in dart-throwing.
- Aiming accuracy in preferred and non-preferred limbs: implications for programing models of motor control.
- Do the Principles of Motor Program Editing Apply to Longer Sequences of Rapid Aiming Movements? Part I.
- Do the Principles of Motor Program Editing Apply to Longer Sequences of Rapid Aiming Movements? Part II.
- Concurrent Visual Feedback, Practice Organization, and Spatial Aiming Accuracy in Rapid Movement Sequences.
- Ear Infection
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (adhd)
- Albany Med Ctr Hosp, Pediatrics
- Albany Medical Center Program
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