Movement Observation To Impact Optimal Neuromuscular Status
We are a group of clinician-scientists with a common interest in the systematic measurement of human movement and rehabilitation of movement dysfunction.
Trisha Kesar, PhD, PT (Lab Director)
Dr. Kesar earned her physical therapy degree from Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) in Chandigarh, India. In 2009, she earned a PhD degree from the Biomechanics and Movement Science Graduate Program at the University of Delaware. After completion of post-doctoral training at Delaware and at the University of Maryland at Baltimore, Dr. Kesar joined the Division of Physical Therapy as an Assistant Professor in May 2012. Dr. Kesar is the Director of the Motions Lab at Emory. Read more…
Room RG44, Center for Rehabilitation Medicine
1441 Clifton Rd NE
Atlanta, GA 30322
The lab is a 775 square feet space and includes a seven camera Motion Capture System (Vicon MX ), an AMTI force plate, a 16-channel Noraxon Zerowire EMG system (Noraxon USA), 2 digital video cameras, and Grass electrical stimulators.
Benjamin M. Rogozinski, DPT
Dr. Rogozinski is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Physical Therapy, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. His background is in biomechanics as it relates to normal and pathological gait in the pediatric population. Following graduation from the University of South Carolina in 2004 he accepted a position in the motion analysis laboratory at the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Greenville, South Carolina. There he was part of collaborative team that utilized clinical gait analysis to develop surgical treatment plans for children with neuromuscular disorders. In addition to the clinical testing and gait interpretation occurring in the lab, he was actively involved in the education of gait analysis interpretation at a regional and national level. Dr. Rogozinski’s primary teaching responsibilities within the DPT program are Course Director for Kinesiology and Biomechanics (DPT 715), Pediatric Rehabilitation (DPT 815) and Strength and Conditioning (DPT 982).