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Evie Burnet

Teaching Professor

Allied Health Professions Advisor: PT and OT
Office: Adair Hall 115B
Phone: 757-221-2776
Email: [[enburnet]]
Research Web Page: {{, The Center for Balance and Aging Studies}}

Areas of Specialization

Physical Therapy and Gait Analysis

Evie Burnet earned both her Doctor of Physical Therapy and Ph.D. in Rehabilitation and Movement Science with a concentration in Neuromusculoskeletal Dynamics from Virginia Commonwealth University.  Her doctoral thesis entitled “Frontal Plane Pelvic Drop:  Cause and Clinical Implications” investigated pelvic motion and muscle activity while running.  She is a Virginia licensed physical therapist and member of the American Physical Therapy Association.  Dr. Burnet serves as a Pre-Health advisor to Pre-Physical Therapy and Pre-Occupational Therapy students at William & Mary.  Her research interest is in gait analysis, and she currently serves as the Director for the Center for Balance and Aging Studies (CBAS), which includes a collaborative fall prevention program with the Williamsburg Landing Retirement Community.
  • Ph.D. Virginia Commonwealth University
  • DPT Virginia Commonwealth University
  • B.S. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Courses Taught
  • Health-Related Exercise Rx (KINE 295)
  • Human Anatomy (KINE 303)
  • Biomechanics Human Movement (KINE 308)
  • Biomechanics Laboratory (KINE 308L)
  • Human Anatomy Laboratory (KINE 315)
  • Exercise Physiology Laboratory (KINE 442L)