Home Page - Dr. Michael Feltner                   

Professor of Sports Medicine
Associate Dean, Seaver College

Pepperdine University
Thornton Administrative Center

B.S., Biological Science, Miami University, 1981.
M.S., Physical Education, Indiana University, 1984.
Ph.D., Human Performance, Indiana University, 1987

Biomechanics of Human Movement
  Functional Anatomy and Kinesiology 
  Human Anatomy
  Statistics & Research Methods Lab 

  Biomechanics Links 
  IRB Links

 Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine

 Editorial Board, Journal of Applied Biomechanics

 Associate Editor, Medicine and Science in Sports & Exercise, 2002-2004.
 President, Biomechanics Interest Group, ACSM, 1998-2001
  Invited Presenter, IV IOC World Congress on Sport Science
  President, Seaver College Faculty Association, 1999-2000
  Research Fellow AAHPERD
  Golden Key National Honor Society 

  Upper extremity augmentation of lower extremity musculoskeletal dynamics during vertical jumps
  Dynamics of high-speed upper extremity movement

Feltner, M.E., E.J. Bishop*, & C.M. Perez* (2004). Segmental and kinetic contributions in vertical jumps performed with and without an arm swing. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 75(3), 216-230.

  Feltner, M. E., Fraschetti, D.* & Crisp, R.* (1999) Augmentation of lower extremity muscle force generation via arm motions during vertical jumping.   Journal of Sports Science, 17, 449-466.
  Feltner, M. E. & Taylor, G* (1997). Three-dimensional kinetics of the shoulder, elbow and wrist during a penalty throw in water polo. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 13, 347-372.
  Feltner, M.E. (1989).  Three-dimensional interactions in a two-segment kinetic chain:  Part II:  Application to the throwing arm in baseball pitching.  International Journal of Sports Biomechanics,  5(4), 420-450.
  Feltner, M.E. & Dapena, J. (1986).  Dynamics of the shoulder and elbow joints of the throwing arm during a baseball pitch. International Journal of Sports Biomechanics, 2(4), 235-259.
* undergraduate student at Pepperdine University


Mailing Address:
Dr. Michael E. Feltner, Ph.D., FACSM
Associate Dean, Seaver College
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Pepperdine University
Malibu, CA 90263 USA

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