Dr Konstantinos Papadopoulos is Senior Lecturer in Sport Physiotherapy in the School of Science and Technology, London Sports Institute and is currently the programme leader for the MSc Sport Rehabilitation programme. He is a HCPC registered physiotherapist and he hold an MSc degree in Exercise Rehabilitation, a PhD degree in Healthcare Sciences whilst he is also a Higher Education Acedemy (HEA) fellow.
English, Greek, German
Learning & Teaching Interests
Teaching Specialisms and Professional Interests
Anatomy and Pathophysiology
Research Outputs & Interests
Research Output and Interests
Research focus on musculoskeletal conditions of upper and lower limb
Great interst in patellofemoral pain syndrome assessment and treatment
Previous research focused on validation and cultural adaption of outcome measures e.g. questionnaires and scales for lower limb assessment
Keen on motion analysis research, dynamometers
Interest in qualitative, quantitative and mixed method designs
Papadopoulos, Konstantinos and Stasinopoulos, Demetris and Ganchev, Dimitar (2015) A systematic review of reviews on patellofemoral pain syndrome. Exploring the risk factors, diagnostic tests, outcome measurements and exercise treatment. The Open Sports Medicine Journal, 9 (1). pp. 7-17. ISSN 1874-3870
Papadopoulos, Konstantinos (2018) Health literacy in school. In: Optimizing Health Literacy for Improved Clinical Practices. Papalois, Vassilios E. and Theodospoulou, Maria , eds. IGI-global Disseminator of Knowledge. ISBN 9781522540748 (Accepted/In press)
Prasad Joshi, Yadav and Kabir, Russell and Upreti, Parbati and Lee, Whan Eun and Papadopoulos, Konstantinos and Ferdous, Nahida (2016) Potential impact and controversy of stem cells in public health. International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, 2 (5). pp. 9-14. ISSN 2394-4099
Papadopoulos, Konstantinos and Stasinopoulos, Dimitris (2016) Reproducibility of lower strength tests using a new portable dynamometer; measurement comparisons with a non-portable dynamometer. International Journal of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, 2 .