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  • ד"ר גליה דר

    ד"ר גליה דר

    חוג לפיזיותרפיה
    04-8288394
    GALIDAR@YAHOO.COM
    קורות חיים
    http://lecturers.haifa.ac.il/CV/internet_cv_Jan_2015_Gali.doc, https://lecturers.haifa.ac.il/CV/internet_cv_Jan_2015_Gali.doc
Dr. Dar Gali
 
Department of Physical Therapy
Tel: 972-4-8288089
Fax: 972-4-8288140
Room 914
 
Research Areas:
·         Anatomy and pathology of the musculoskeletal system
·         Orthopaedic injuries, sports injuries
·         Manual therapy 
·         Evolutionary medicine
 
Education
B.PT. - 1993-1997: Tel-Aviv University, Departments of Physical Therapy, Sackler Faculty of Medicine.
M.Sc. - 2000-2003:Tel-Aviv University. Department of Anatomy and Anthropology, Sackler Faculty of Medicine. Master Thesis: Sacroiliac Joint Bridging Phenomena
Ph.D. - 2003-2008: Tel-Aviv University. Department of Anatomy and Anthropology, Sackler Faculty of Medicine. Ph.D. Dissertation: The epiphyseal ring – anatomical aspects.
Post-Doctoral2010: University of Delaware, U.S.A, Department of Physical Therapy.
 
Academic rank
 Lecturer, University of Haifa.
 
Publications
 
1.    Masharawi Y., Rothschild BM, Dar G, Peleg S, Been E, Robinson D, Hershkovitz I. (2004). Facet orientation in the thoraco-lumbar spine: Three-dimensional anatomical and biomechanical analysis. Spine; 29(16):1755-1763.
  1. Masharawi Y, Rothschild BM, Salame K, Dar G, Peleg S, Hershkovitz I. (2005). Facet tropism and interfacet shape in the thoraco-lumbar spine: Characterization and biomechanical interpretation. Spine; 30(11):E281-292.
  2. Dar G, Peleg S, Masharawi Y, Steinberg N, Rothschild BM, Peled N, Hershkovitz I. (2005).  Sacroiliac joint bridging: Demographical and anatomical aspects. Spine; 30(15): E429-432.
  3. Steinberg N, Hershkovitz I, Peleg S, Dar G, Masharawi Y, Heim M, Siev-Ner I. (2006). Range of joint movement in female dancers and nondancers aged 8 to 16 years: Anatomical and clinical implications. American Journal of Sports Medicine; 34(5):814-23.
5.    Dar G, Hershkovitz I. (2006). Sacroiliac joint bridging: simple and reliable criteria for sexing the skeleton. Journal of Forensic Sciences; 51(3): 480-483.
6.    Masharawi Y, Dar G,  Peleg S, Steinberg N, Alperovitxh-Najenson D, Salame K, and Hershkovitz I. (2007). Lumbar facet anatomy changes in spondylolysis: a comparative skeletal study European Spine Journal; 16(7):993-9. 
  1. Dar G, Peleg S, Masharawi Y, Steinberg N, Rothschild BM, Hershkovitz I. (2007). The association of sacroiliac joint bridging with other enthesopathies in the human body. Spine; 32(10):E303-8.
  2. Peleg S, Dar G, Steinberg N, Peled N, Hershkovitz I, Masharawi Y.(2007). Sacral orientation revisited. Spine; 32(15):E397-404.
  3. Masharawi YM, Alperovitch-Najenson D, Steinberg N, Dar G, Peleg S, Rothschild B, Salame K, Hershkovitz I. (2007). Lumbar facet orientation in spondylolysis: a skeletal study. Spine; 32(6):E176-80.
10. Peleg S, Dar G, Medlej B, Steinberg N, Masharawi Y, Latimer B, Jellema L, Peled N, Arensburg B, Hershkovitz I. (2007). Orientation of the human sacrum: Anthropological perspectives and methodological approaches. American Journal of Physical Anthropology; 133(3):967-77.
11. Dar G, Khamis S, Peleg S, Masharawi Y, Steinberg N, Peled N, Latimer B, Hershkovitz I. (2008). Sacroiliac joint fusion and the implications for manual therapy diagnosis and treatment. Manual Therapy;13(2):155-8.
12. Masharawi Y, Salame K, Mirovsky Y, Peleg S, Dar G, Steinberg N, Hershkovitz I. (2008). Vertebral body shape variation in the thoracic and lumbar spine: Characterization of its asymmetry and wedging. Clinical Anatomy; 21(1):46-54.  
13. Steinberg N, Siev-Ner I, Peleg S, Dar G, Masharawi Y, Hershkovitz I. (2008). Growth and development of female dancers aged 8-16 years. American Journal of Human Biology; 20(3):299-307.
  1. Masharawi Y, Peleg S, Albert HB, Dar G, Steingberg N, Medlej B, Abbas J, Salame K, Mirovski Y, Peled N, Hershkovitz I. (2008). Facet asymmetry in normal vertebral growth: characterization and etiology theory of scoliosis. Spine; 33(8):898-902.
  2. Dar G, Hershkovitz I. (2008) Mobilization of the sacroiliac joint as a treatment technique to low back pain – risks vs. benefits (research study). The Journal of the Israel Physiotherapy Society. 10(2): 2-6. (Paper in Hebrew).
  3. Dar G, Peleg S, Masharawi Y, Steinberg N, May H, Hershkovitz I. (2009) Demographical aspects of Schmorl's nodes – a skeletal study. Spine; 34(9):E312-E315.
  4. Peleg S, Dar G, Steinberg N, Masharawi Y, Been E, Abbas J, Hershkovitz I. (2009). Sacral orientation and spondylolysis. Spine; 34(25):E906-10.
  5. Dar G, Masharawi Y, Peleg S, Steinberg S, May H, Medlej B, Peled N, Hershkovitz I. (2010). Schmorl's nodes distribution in the human spine and its possible etiology. European Spine Journal; 19(4):670-5.
  6. Masharawi Y, Dar G, Peleg S, Steinberg S, Medlej B, May H, Abbas J, Hershkovitz I. (2010). A morphological Adaptation of the thoracic and lumbar vertebrae to Lumbar hyperlordosis in young and adult females. European Spine Journal; 19(5):768-73.
  7. May H, Peled N, Dar G, Abbas J, Medlej B, Masharawi Y, Hershkovitz I. (2010). Hyperostosis frontalis interna and androgen suppression. Anatomical Record; 293(8):1333-6.
  8. Dar G. (2010). The use of diagnostic ultrasound in physical therapy (review). The Journal of the Israel Physiotherapy Society. 12(2): 2-5. (Paper in Hebrew).
  9. May H, Peled N, Dar G, Hay O, Abbas J, Masharawi Y, Hershkovitz I. (2010). Identifying and classifying hyperostosis frontalis interna via computerized tomography. Anatomical Record; 293(12):2007-11.
  10. May H, Peled N, Dar G, Cohen H, Abbas J, Medlej B, Hershkovitz I. (2011). Hyperostosis frontalis interna: criteria for sexing and aging a skeleton. International Journal of Legal Medicine;125(5):669-73.
  11. Steinberg N, Siev-Ner I, Peleg S, Dar G, Masharawi Y, Zeev A, Hershkovitz I. (2011). Injury patterns in young, non-professional dancers. Journal of Sports Sciences. 29(1):47-54.
  12. Dar G, Masharawi Y, Peleg S, Steinberg S, May H, Medlej B, Hershkovitz I. (2011). The Epiphyseal Ring: A Long Forgotten Anatomical Structure with Significant Physiological Function. Spine. 36(11):850-6.
  13. May H, Peled N, Dar G, Abbas J, Hershkovitz I. (2011). Hyperostosis frontalis interna: What does it tell us about our health? American Journal of Human Biology. 23(3):392-7.
  14. Dar G. Maya Cale-Benzoor. (2011). Sacral Stress Fracture in a Triathlete: A Single Case Study. The Journal of the Israel Physiotherapy Society. 13(3): 9-12. (Paper in Hebrew).
  15. Steinberg N, Hershkovitz I, Peleg S, Dar G, Masharawi Y, Siev-Ner I. (2011). Paratenonitis of the foot and ankle in young female dancers. Foot and Ankle International. 32(12):1115-21.
  16. Kodesh E, Kafri M, Dar G, Dickstein R. (2012). Walking speed, unilateral leg loading, and step symmetry in young adults. Gait and Posture. 35(1):66-9.
  17. Laufer Y, Dar G. (2012). Effectiveness of thermal and athermal short-wave diathermy for the management of knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Osteoarthritis Cartilage. 20(9):957-66.
  18. Steinberg N, Siev-Ner I, Peleg S, Dar G, Masharawi Y, Zeev A, Hershkovitz I. (2012). Joint range of motion and patellofemoral pain in dancers. International Journal of sports medicine. 33(7):561-6.
  19. Steinberg N, Siev-Ner I, Peleg S, Dar G, Masharawi Y, Zeev A, Hershkovitz I. (2012). Extrinsic and intrinsic risk factors associated with injuries in young dancers aged 8-16 years. Journal of Sports Sciences. 30(5):485-95.
  20. Steinberg N, Hershkovitz I, Peleg S, Dar G, Masharawi Y, Zeev A, Siev-Ner I. (2013). Morphological characteristics of the young scoliotic dancer. Physical Therapy in Sport. 14(4):213-20.
34. May H, Mali Y, Dar G, Abbas J, Hershkovitz I, Peled N. (2012). Intracranial volume, cranial thickness, and hyperostosis frontalis interna in the elderly. American Journal of Human Biology. 24(6):812-9.
35. Rabin A, Shashua A, Pizam K, Dickstein R, Dar G. (2013). The interrater reliability of physical examination tests that may predict the outcome or suggest the need for lumbar stabilization exercises. Journal of orthopaedic & sports physical therapy. 43(2):83-90.
36. Steinberg N, Finestone A, Noff M, Zeev A, Dar G.(2013). The relationship between lower extremity alignment and hallux valgus. Foot and ankle international. 34(6):824-31.
37. Steinberg N, Siev-Ner I, Peleg S, Dar G, Masharawi Y, Zeev A,. Hershkovitz I. (2013). Injuries in female dancers aged 8 to 16 years. Journal of Athletic Training. 48(1):118-123.
38. Dar G, Dolev E, Kots E, Cale-Benzoor M. (2013). Rehabilitation of Plantaris Tendon Rupture in an Elite Triathlete: A Case Report. Journal of Athletic Enhancement. 2:2. [doi: 10.4172/2324-9080.1000108].
  1. Rabin A, Shashua A, Pizam K, Dickstein R, Dar G. (2014). A Clinical Prediction Rule to Identify Patients with Low Back Pain Who Are Likely to Experience Short-Term Success Following Lumbar Stabilization Exercises – A Validation Study. Journal of orthopaedic & sports physical therapy. 44(1):6-B13.
  2. Laufer Y, Dar G. (2014). Response to Letter to the Editor: Comment on Laufer et al. entitled "Effectiveness of thermal and athermal short-wave diathermy for the management of knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage. 22(4):607-8.
  3. Dar G, Peled N. (2013). The association between sacralization and spondylolisthesis. Anatomical Science International. 89(3):156-60.
  4. Dar G, Marx Y, Loffe A, Kodesh E. (2014). The effectiveness of a multimedia messaging service reminder system in the management of knee osteoarthritis: A pilot study. International Journal of Clinical Medicine. 5(9);483-489.
  5. Steinberg N, Siev-Ner I, Zeev A, Dar G. (2014). The association between hallux valgus and proximal joint alignment in young female dancers. International Journal of sports medicine. (Epub ahead of print, PMID: 25144433).
  6. Laufer Y, Dar G, Kodesh E. Does a Wii-based exercise program enhance balance control of independently functioning older adults: A systematic review. Clinical Interventions in Aging.