Scott Raymond Torns
Assistant Professor of Education
D.C., New York Chiropractic College
“I started my teaching career at C.W. Post in Fall 2000. Growing up as the son of a teacher, and surrounded by numerous teachers in my extended families, teaching might well have been a learned response for me. I always had wanted to be a teacher or a doctor, which incidentally means teacher. I consider myself one of the fortunate few.
Enhancing the lives of those around me has always been of great importance to me. More specifically, in the area of clinical biomechanics, the negative impact of aberrant movement on the body has been an area of interest for me for over a decade. Blending 15 years of clinical experience and my pedagogical skills affords me the opportunity to present a more comprehensive curriculum for enhanced understanding of core concepts and movement behavior for the students of this program. To possess appropriate knowledge and have the ability to use that knowledge to positively impact the lives around us should be everybody’s aspiration. Teaching provides me the gift to fulfill one of my life’s aspirations.” - SRT
Lectures and Presentations
Dr. Torns has lectured on a variety of topics including but not limited to dynamic warm-up and range of motion, core strengthening and conditioning, injury prevention, the biomechanics of the lower extremity, stress reduction, and the upper and lower crossed syndrome and resultant injuries through AHPERD and other professional organizations.
Kinesiology, Biomechanics, Motor Development Health Education
- Recipient, Academic Excellence Award, Department of Health, Physical Education and Movement Science (2005)
- Member, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AHPERD)
- Member, New York State AHPERD
- Member, American Chiropractic Association
- Member, Kiwanis International