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Konstantinos Papadopoulos

Konstantinos Papadopoulos
Konstantinos Papadopoulos
Department of Science and Technology
London Sport Institute
Middlesex University


Dr Konstantinos Papadopoulos is a Senior Lecturer in Sport Physiotherapy of the School of Science and Technology, London Sports Institute and is currently the programme leader of the MSc Sport Rehabilitation programme. His background is Physiotherapy whilst he holds an MSc degree in Exercise Rehabilitation and a PhD degree in Healthcare Sciences with expertise in Patellofermoal Pain and biomechanical factors

Research Interest

• Research focus on Musculoskeletal conditions of upper and lower limb
• Great interest in patellofemoral pain syndrome assessment and treatment
• Previous research focused on the validation and cultural adaption of outcome measures i.e. questionnaires and scales for lower limb assessment and clinical tests
• Significant interest in physiotherapy modalities in musculoskeletal conditions such as tennis elbow and knee pain
• Keen on motional analysis research, Dynamometers, kinesio taping
• Area of expertise: Kinesiology and Kinesiotherapy
• Interest in qualitative, quantitative and mixed-method studies.




A Model of Applied Physiotherapy in Patellofemoral Pain

Konstantinos Papadopoulos
Short Communication: Primary Health Care 2018, 8: 291
DOI: 10.4172/2167-1079.1000291