DSc (Orthopedic Tract), Rocky Mountain University
MS (Physical Therapy), University of Kentucky
BS (Physical Therapy), East Carolina University
Dr. Robinson's clinical experience is in orthopedics and sports medicine, and he has worked in outpatient clinics with both high school and college athletes. He teaches courses in orthopedics and kinesiology. Prior to joining Belmont, Dr. Robinson was a faculty member at Tennessee State University and at East Carolina University, and was an adjunct faculty with the University of Kentucky.
Dr. Robinson is also an adjunct Clinical Faculty member at University of Tennessee (Chattanooga). His research interests include motion analysis, orthopedic assessment and orthopedic intervention. He is the director of the School of Physical Therapy's motion analysis lab.
In collaboration with Vanderbilt University, Dr. Robinson has received a National Institute of Health grant on "Robotic Prothesis for Biomimetic Locomotion in Transfemoral Amputees".