Dr David Wilson is a Lecturer in Physiotherapy. He joined the Department of Health and Care Professions in September 2019.
David attained his PhD at the University of Southampton. David also has a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from the University of Plymouth, a MSc in Sports Nutrition from the University of Aberdeen and a BSc (Hons) in Sports Science from the University of Brighton. David worked as a research fellow at the University of Southampton (2018-2019).
Areas of expertise
Promoting Physical Activity
Exercise and Osteoarthritis
WILSON, D. A., BOOYSEN, N., DAINESE, P., HELLER, M. O., STOKES, M. & WARNER, M. B. (2018) Accuracy of movement quality screening to document effects of neuromuscular control retraining exercises in a young ex-footballer with hip and groin symptoms: A proof of concept case study. Med Hypotheses, 120, 116-120
WHITTAKER, J. L., BOOYSEN, N., DE LA MOTTE, S., DENNETT, L., LEWIS, C. L., WILSON, D., MCKAY, C., WARNER, M., PADUA, D., EMERY, C. A. & STOKES, M. (2017) Predicting sport and occupational lower extremity injury risk through movement quality screening: a systematic review. Br J Sports Med, 51, 580-585.
WARNER, M. B., WILSON, D. A., HERRINGTON, L., DIXON, S., POWER, C., JONES, R., HELLER, M. O., CARDEN, P. & LEWIS, C. L. (2019) A systematic review of the discriminating biomechanical parameters during the single leg squat. Phys Ther Sport, 36, 78-91Staff Directory