Robert Mark Caulkins

Assistant Professor
Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

AB, Chemistry, Dartmouth College
MD, Albany Medical College
DPT, Franklin Pierce University

Courses Taught
DPT Program Concord:
- Anatomy
- Kinesiology
- Advanced Imaging and Diagnostics
- Advanced Differential Diagnosis
Rindge Undergraduate:
- Organic Chemistry
- Biochemistry

Research Interests & Areas of Expertise
Orthopaedic injuries

Honors & Awards
Freeman Foundation Nurse Scholar Award

Publications and Presentations
Inadequate treatment of congenital hip dislocation in infants.  Presented to the Newington Children’s Hospital Residents’ Conference, Newington, Connecticut, June, 1988.

Arthroscopic debridement versus arthrotomy and debridement of septic arthritis in a rabbit knee model.  Presented at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, February, 1989.

Arthroscopic debridement versus arthrotomy and debridement of septic arthritis in a rabbit knee model.  Poster presented at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, February, 1989.

Management of open fractures.  Presented at Orthopedic Grand Rounds, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover, New Hampshire, December, 1989.

Initial management of pelvic fractures.  Presented at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center sponsored course:  Acute Management of the Trauma Patient, Marlboro, Massachusetts, April, 1992.

Management of complications in the multiply-injured patient.  Presented at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center sponsored course:  The Multiply-Injured Patient, Sturbridge, Massachusetts, October, 1992.

Management of pelvic fractures in the multiply-injured patient.  Presented at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center sponsored course:  The Multiply-Injured Patient, Sturbridge, Massachusetts, October, 1992.

Initial management of the spinal cord injured patient.  Presented at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center sponsored course:  Spinal Cord Injuries, Sturbridge, Massachusetts, October, 1993.

Fractures of the acetabulum.  Presented at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center sponsored course:  Lower Extremity Trauma, Sturbridge, Massachusetts, October, 1996.

Pelvic fractures and fixation.  Presented at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center sponsored course:  Winter Update in Orthopedic Trauma, Killington, Vermont, January, 1997.

Pelvic external fixation-Hoffman II.  Presented at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center sponsored course:  Winter Update in Orthopedic Trauma, Killington, Vermont, January, 1997.

Personal Interests:

  • Rugby, Football


Robert Mark Caulkins