Body Performance and Injury Expert
Dr. Rami is the Founder of the National Biomechanics Institute and the Chief Technological Officer of pareIT. He has been retained as an expert witness on more than 1,000 occasions, examining injuries in sports, the workplace, motor vehicle, and aviation accidents. Dr. Rami has consulted for various organizations and agencies, including the U.S. Airforce, the National Brain Injury Association, as well as teams and agents affiliated with the NBA and NFL. He has been featured prominently in national media discussing everything injury related, from a murder case on the Discovery Channel, to the Tiger Woods accident in USA Today, and injuries stemming from the Travis Scott concert on Dr. Phil.
Dr. Rami also unpacks serious – and not so serious – body performance and injury issues on his TikTok, like “Can those shoes really make your butt bigger?” to “How is Tom Brady still crushing it on the football field at age 44?”
What is Biomechanics?
Biomechanics is the study of how and why the body moves and reacts the way it does. As a biomechanics expert, I use science to analyze how humans move, and how we produce force and react to forces applied to our body. In doing so, I can determine how injuries are caused, how they can be prevented, and how we can optimize our physical health and performance.
Engage Dr. Rami
Engage Dr. Rami to provide expert commentary opinions on sports injury and performance, forensic injuries, motor vehicle accidents, and more.
Engage Dr. Rami to speak at a conference. Dr. Rami is regularly engaged to speak at national and international medical, legal, athletic, and government conferences on the subject of injury causation, mitigation, and performance optimization.
Retain Dr. Rami to conduct biomechanics analyses and provide expert testimony in your legal case.
Engage Dr. Rami to consult directly with your business or organization. Dr. Rami is available to serve as an accident, health and medical consultant for media and film. He has also consulted for the U.S. Airforce, as well as sports teams and agents associated with the NBA and NFL.
About Dr. Rami Hashish
Prior to founding the National Biomechanics Institute, Dr. Rami achieved two doctorate degrees: a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Washington School of Medicine and a PhD in Biomechanics from the University of Southern California. His unique education and skill-set allows Dr. Rami to examine human injury and performance from both medical and mechanical perspectives. In doing so, Dr. Rami has published more than 50 peer-reviewed publications and conference presentations, holds multiple patents, serves on the review board for various national and international medical and engineering journals, and a global committee for spine and brain injury.