Exercise Injury Prevention Programs
Dr Mącznik has received her PhD from the University of Otago (School of Physiotherapy, New Zealand) in 2015. Currently, she holds a research position at the Keio University (Institute for Integrated Sports Medicine, School of Medicine) as a recipient of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research in Japan Standard Program. Her research focuses on injury risk reduction and pain management in athletes, especially females. She has also a strong interest in the use of online and mobile technologies in support of athletes and health professionals.
LecturerDr Mehta is a lecturer at the Graduate School of Health, University of Technology, Sydney. Her doctoral research was in the area of neuropathic pain and was completed in 2015 (School of Physiotherapy, University of Otago, New Zealand). Her research focused on identifying the reliable and valid outcome measures for diabetic neuropathic pain. Her current research interests are in the health and wellbeing of ageing people and through her current roles she is further developing her skills and passion for research in the area of ageing health and wellbeing.
Post-doctoral Research Associate
Dr. Kaur graduated with a PhD from the School of Physiotherapy, University of Otago, New Zealand in 2018. Her PhD research was focused on studying the outcomes of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction from 2 to 20 years post-surgery. Currently, Dr Kaur is working as a Post-doctoral Research associate at Department of Kinesiology on a project aimed to design the video-game based interventions for people with knee osteoarthritis. Her research interests include ACL injury prevention, management and rehabilitation research. She is also interested in working on rehabilitation following ACL reconstruction to improve the outcomes of surgery in short- to long-term.