Benjamin M. RogozinskiPT, DPT, PhD
Dr. Rogozinski’s background is in biomechanics as it relates to normal and pathological gait in the pediatric population. Following graduation from the University of South Carolina’s Physical Therapy program in 2004, he spent five years in the motion analysis laboratory at the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Greenville, South Carolina. Dr. Rogozinski comes to Emory University from Bon’s Secours St. Francis Hospital in Greenville, South Carolina where he designed and developed their current motion analysis laboratory.
Dr. Rogozinski’s primary teaching responsibilities within the DPT program are Course Director for Pediatric Rehabilitation (DPT 815) and Kinesiology and Biomechanics (DPT 715). His research interests are in the use of quantitative gait analysis in the development and assessment of intervention strategies to improve function and quality of movement in people with cerebral palsy.