Dr. Robert Gregory
Center for Physical Development ExcellenceContact:Phone:
Dr. Gregory, assistant professor of biomechanics, received his doctoral degree in Kinesiology from The Pennsylvania State University in 2002. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, the American Society of Biomechanics, the International Society of Biomechanics, and the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports. He teaches biomechanics and functional anatomy in the Kinesiology major and is a researcher in the Center for Physical Development Excellence.
- Ph.D. Kinesiology (Biomechanics), The Pennsylvania State University, 2002
- M.S. Special Studies: Biomechanics, St. Cloud (MN) State University, 1994
- B.S. Pre-professional Studies, University of Notre Dame, 1991
- Diebal, A., Gregory, R., Alitz, C., & Gerber, J.P. (in press, 2012). Forefoot running improves pain and disability associated with chronic exertional compartment syndrome. American Journal of Sports Medicine.
- Diebal, A., Gregory, R., Alitz, C., & Gerber, J.P. (2011). Effects of forefoot running on chronic exertional compartment syndrome: a case series. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 6, 312-321.
- Gait and footwear biomechanics with a focus on performance improvement and injury prevention/rehabilitation.