Dr. Kolawole graduated from New York University physical therapy school with bachelor of science. He further received an advance master of science in musculoskeletal from Long Island University. In addition, he received a doctor of philosophy in movements science from Seton Hall University. He has worked in different clinical settings over the last 20 years that include outpatient physical therapy clinics, inpatient rehab, home health as well as pediatrics orthopedic.
He was a former an adjunct faculty at Seton Hall University, NJ, Hunter College, NY and Dominica College, NY. He has taught courses in gross anatomy with dissection, kinesiology and therapeutic exercise.
Currently, he is the owner of an orthopedic outpatient clinic in Fayetteville North Carolina.
BS New York University 1996
MS Long Island University 2001
PhD Seton Hall University 2014
EFFECT OF DUAL TASKING ON WALKING OVER EVEN AND UNEVEN SURFACES IN FUNCTIONALLY INDEPENDENT COMMUNITY OLDER ADULTS
Poster Presentations at Professional Meetings
American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana February 4-7, 2015. Kolawole, O.L., Pinto Zipp, G., Parasher, R.K., Cahill, T.
Effects of dual tasking on walking over even and uneven surfaces in community living elderly.
Certified Functional Capacity Evaluator (CFCE)
Certified Workers Comp Health Professional (CWcHP)