Lindi Mitsou

Lindi Mitsou headshot

Clinical/Applied Assistant Professor of Prosthetics & Orthotics

Rehabilitation Sciences

College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions
860.768.5571 D 312A

CPO, Certified in Orthotics and Prosthetics, American Board of Certification

MSPO, Prosthetics and Orthotics, University of Hartford

BS Mechanical Engineering, Queen’s University

Teaching Focus: Professor Mitsou is an instructor in both the Upper and Lower Extremity Orthotic portions of the curriculum as well as Materials and Methodologies in O&P. These courses form the clinical foundations related to patient evaluation, fabrication, care/maintenance, and intervention. She also teaches Kinesiology and Scientific Inquiry. Her research focus is related to material science and how custom-fit composite AFOs affect temporospatial gait parameters and joint angles.

Professional Interests: Professor Mitsou serves as Co-Chair of the Fabrication Sciences Society for the American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists and is a Connecticut state lead advocate for the ‘So Everybody Can Move’ campaign. She is passionate about assisting students with professional development and pursuing the residency phase of their education. Her clinical experience includes treatment of patients of all ages with a variety of pathologies as well as work in adult neurologic rehabilitation and long-term management of progressive illnesses.