Kwadwo O. Appiah-Kubi has been appointed assistant professor of physical therapy at Clarkson University.
He received his Ph.D. in neuromotor science from Temple University, his master of science degree in neuromusculoskeletal physical therapy from Cardiff University and his bachelor of science degree in physical therapy from University of Ghana.
Appiah-Kubi’s research interests are in the effects of concurrent vestibular activation and postural training on sensory reweighting of postural control processing in individuals with vestibular-related disorders, and in the validation of a virtual reality-based device for vestibular-postural rehabilitation.
He has co-published in CommonHealth Journal, Gait & Posture, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Disability and Rehabilitation, and International Journal of Sports Medicine, among many other publications and presentations.
Appiah-Kubi is a reviewer for Journal of Physiological Anthropology and former secretary of Ghana Journal of Physiotherapy. He is a member of the Ghana Physiotherapy Association and former assistant secretary of the Pain Association of Ghana.
He was previously an adjunct professor at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, an assistant lecturer at University of Ghana, and a practicing physical therapist.