Degree: PhD at Florida State University (1994)
Major: Program Development and International Education
Degree: MS at University of Wisconsin, Madison (1978)
Major: Behavioral Disabilities and Rehabilitation
Degree: Physical Therapy at Physical Therapy School, Wingate Institute Israel (now part of Tel-Aviv University) (1973)
Major: Physical Therapy
Neuro Developmental Treatment (C/NDT) certified (1983 – present)
Credentialed Clinical Instructor (2008)
APTA Exercise Expert for Aging Adults certification (CEEAA) (2011)
Dr. Nof teaches in the Neuromuscular Systems (I and II), Clinical Skills (I and II), Gender (Pelvic floor), and P&O courses, as well as Bioethics course to PhD PT students.
Scholarly Activities and Research Interests
Dr. Nof’s primary research interests are neuromuscular treatments (including gait and balance for patients with stroke or MS), and learning effect as demonstrated by transfer of knowledge from classroom to clinic and employment.
The following activities included students’ supervision and are repeated each year:
Areas of Practice
Dr. Nof runs a Boot Camp at the end of Neuromuscular II class, where every 2-3 students are assigned a volunteer patient for a 5 days evaluation and treatment, under faculty supervision.
Volunteer patients are invited to Neuromuscular II classes for students to practice evaluation and treatment.
Dr. Nof is on the Editorial Board of the Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice (IJAHSP) (2018 - present), and a reviewer for the Physiotherapy Theory and Practice journal, (2017 – present), and the Research in Sports Medicine Journal. (2011 – Present).
Dr. Nof was an Item Writer for Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (2015).