John Fox, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy
(910) 480-8494
McLean 120A
John Fox, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy

Degrees:

B.S., M.A.Ed., Union University; Ph.D., Auburn University

Bio:

Dr. Fox has research experience relating to various characteristics of gait and joint load, including effects of footwear and cadence. He specializes in the use of motion capture devices and force plates. Prior to joining the DPT faculty, Dr. Fox has taught high school science and was a graduate teaching assistant at Auburn University. He earned a B.S. in Sports Medicine and an M.A.Ed. from Union University, and a Ph.D. in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Biomechanics from Auburn University. Dr. Fox's specific research examines force capacity in multi-articular movements and changes in electromechanical delay associated with preparatory movements.

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