David Arnall, Ph.D., P.T.,F.A.C.S.M., E.S.


Hi ! My name is David Arnall. I am an Associate Professor in the Physical Therapy Department of the College of Health Professions at Northern Arizona University located in Flagstaff, Arizona, U.S.A. My teaching areas of interest are: cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, exercise testing and prescription for special populations, fitness/wellness, pharmacology, and wound care. My research areas of interest are: carbohydrate and fat metabolism in skeletal muscle, issues in wound care specific to the survivability of bacterial strains commonly seen in infected wounds, and creating pulmonary function nomograms for specific ethnic populations. For more information about my research interests, please click on the link called My Resume.

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