BRINGING SCIENCE TO TREATMENT

Nonhlanhla Mkumbuzi

Nonhlanhla Mkumbuzi is a sports physiotherapist and has a Ph.D. in exercise science. In her clinical career, she has served Zimbabwe's national men's, women's, and youth rugby, netball, football, and Olympic teams. Currently, she splits her time between research and consultancy work. Her research work is on African female athletes. It includes the biology and socio-cultural aspects of the menstrual cycle and injury epidemiology in African women football players. Additionally, she is the founder and Executive Director at Ntombi Sport, where she consults on African women and girls in sport on how race, gender, culture, economics, and environment intersect in athletic performance and injury rehabilitation



Articles by Nonhlanhla Mkumbuzi

Context is queen: filling the gaping hole in Sports...

in Diagnose & Treat, Female Athletes, Improve, Other, Sports psychology

Sports and Exercise Medicine research largely excludes women cohorts. However, women’s biology influences the outcome of training programs and medical interventions. Still, the evidence pool is mainly void of specific data to design appropriate interventions. Nonhlanhla Mkumbuzi explores the gaps in research and discusses the inclusion of context as a critical determining factor when designing... MORE

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