Bryan Riemann, PhD, ATC, FNATA currently serves as a professor of sports medicine and director of the Biodynamics and Human Performance Center at Georgia Southern University. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training at West Chester University, a Master’s degree in Sports Medicine at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and a doctoral degree in Sports Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh.
He has conducted research in various areas surrounding functional joint stability, postural control, and the biomechanics of exercise and therapeutic exercise. Additional research interests include providing scientific evidence to support exercise prescription, the efficacy of clinical orthopedic rehabilitation procedures and the role of proprioception in functional joint stability. His work has won several manuscript awards and has appeared in numerous international and national sports medicine journals and textbooks. In April 2010, he was awarded the Kristina C Brockmeier Faculty Award for Teaching and in June 2011 he was named a Fellow of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.
Last updated: 12/8/2020