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Kelly Pogemiller

Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy; Director of Clinical Education

Department of Rehabilitation Sciences

College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions
860.768.5405 Dana 401D

DPT, Ithaca College

MS, Ithaca College

BS, Ithaca College

Teaching Focus: Pogemiller teaches and assists with coursework on kinesiology, biomechanics, and clinical skills for graduate students in both the Doctor of Physical Therapy and Master of Science in Orthotics and Prosthetics programs. She also orchestrates student placements in local and national clinical sites in the Doctor of Physical Therapy clinical education courses including both part-time and full-time experiences. She emphasizes providing context and relevance for foundational knowledge to allow students to make successful clinical connections in practice. Her expertise is in quantitative gait analysis and interpretation for both pediatric and adult clinical treatment recommendations.

Professional Interests: Pogemiller’s clinical research interests include 3D gait analysis for surgical decision making and long term outcomes in pediatric patients with neuromuscular disorders. She also has research interest in how students can be successful for physical therapy clinical education.