George Washington University
Washington, District of Columbia
Dr. Keith Cole has been a faculty member of George Washington University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program since November of 2017 with the title of Assistant Professor. His primary teaching responsibilities include Clinical Conference II, Movement Science I, and Foundations of Examinations. He serves on the Admissions Committee and the Awards and Graduation Committee. Prior to joining GW, Dr. Cole practiced in the outpatient setting for nearly a decade, earning a board-certified orthopedic specialty (OCS).
Dr. Cole’s research overall research goal is to improve movement dysfunction and community participation for those with falls risk and following neuromuscular compromise. He does this through investigating different afferent systems’ contributions to movement accuracy and through development of novel software and interfaces to deliver and measure therpeutic interventions. His current research looks at movement during a cognitive load (Dual-Tasking), and measurement of exercise dosage for optimal recovery in those with vestibular dysfunction.