Dr. Spratley is a biomedical engineer with more than 15 years of experience in foot and ankle biomechanics. He has extensive experimental and computational experience in lower limb injury mechanisms, tolerance, and repair related to sports, military, automotive, and orthopaedic applications. Dr. Spratley has authored or coauthored dozens of refereed articles and conference proceedings in the areas of athletic injury mechanisms, sport equipment and surfaces evaluation, military blast biomechanics, flatfoot deformity, syndesmotic injury repair, ankle total joint replacement, and Lisfranc injury tolerance. He currently sits on the NFL Engineering Committee directing cutting edge research to reduce the incidence and burden of lower extremity injury in the NFL. Dr. Spratley earned his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2013.
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