As part of our research into rehabilitation exercise science, we explore ways to enhance athletic performance, while discovering innovative approaches to restore athletes' full potential after injury.
We also investigate subjects such as dyslexia in children, e-learning, medical fitness screenings and sports massage.
Our research spans the areas of strength, conditioning and rehabilitation, with a specific focus on rehabilitation techniques for improved athletic performance and injury prevention.
We're currently examining medical fitness screening as well as injury and sports physiotherapy.
Our research also includes analysing the potential correlation between fine and gross motor skills and proprioception (including balance) for children with developmental dyslexia.
We're looking into the effects of e-learning and m-learning in anatomy teaching on student engagement and achievement.
We're interested in assessing the efficacy of sports massage for chronic lower-back pain (LBP) treatment – and the body as a whole.