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|Presenter Details||Dr Mark Matthews Graduated From The University Of Otago, New Zealand And Has Since Gained Extensive International Clinical Experience Across A Variety Of Public And Private Health Systems. He Has Been Fortunate Enough To Work With A Variety Of Sport Teams And Athletes, Including Work With New Zealand Cycling At World Championships, Commonwealth And Olympic Games, And Currently With A Professional Ice Hockey Team.
Driven By Clinical Curiosity, Mark’s Ongoing Learning Has Included Undertaking A Masters Of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy At The University Of Queensland. This Evolved Into The Undertaking Of Doctoral Research Into Lower Limb Injuries, Particularly Optimising Management For Patellofemoral Pain. Mark’s Research Has Been Presented At International Conferences And He Is Part Of An International Patellofemoral Pain Research Network.
Mark Is A Lecturer, And Course Director, For The Masters Of Sports And Exercise Medicine, At Ulster University, And Leads Collaborative Research Projects On Sports Injuries, Including Concussion In Rugby Union. Mark’s Ongoing Research, Teaching And Areas Of Interest Focus On Clinical Reasoning And Optimising Management For Sports Injuries, From Weekend Warriors To Professional Athletes.
|How to Book||Book Online|
|Contact Person||Nicholas Lalor|
|Date||20 Jan 2021 19:30 -|
|Midland Branch Members||€9.00|
|Non ISCP Members||€17.00|
- Bring together the latest evidence on patellofemoral pain, proposed pathoaetiological mechanisms and contributing factors.
- Provide a clinical interpretation of the scientific data with direction and practical ideas for optimising the management of patellofemoral pain.