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Dr. Robinson joined the University of North Georgia (UNG) in 2013 and serves as associate professor in the doctoral program in Physical Therapy at UNG.

Dr. Robinson is an ABPTS board certified specialist in neurology since 1998 and has a Certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation since 2007. A lifelong learner, she holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy from University of Indianapolis in 2010, a Master of Science in physical therapy from University of Michigan in 1997, a Bachelor of Science in physical therapy from University of Maryland Eastern Shore in 1988, and a Bachelor of Art in biology from Baylor University in 1986.

Dr. Robinson has worked in acute care hospitals, acute rehabilitation, as well as outpatient programs for more than twenty five years. Additionally, she has taught at: University of Michigan, Central Michigan University, the University of Texas at El Paso, Emory University, and Nazareth College in Rochester, NY.

Dr. Robinson is a member of American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), a Member of Vestibular and Stroke SIG, and a member of the Physical Therapy Association of Georgia (PTAG).  She has published research in vestibular treatments, spinal cord analysis, balance disorders in the elderly, and establishing guidelines for working with patients with coagulation disorders in an acute care setting.

Currently, she teaches in the Clinical Physiology Series and Research Series in the Physical Therapy Program, and works per diem at Northside Forsyth Hospital. 

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