Trevor Langford has written for Sports Injury Bulletin for 8 years. He has worked with the academy and first teams at Middlesbrough football club over a 6 year period. Since moving away from football, he's worked in a private practice with athletes from backgrounds such as triathlon, tumbling, mixed martial arts and fell running.
In addition, Trevor is a valued lecturer at Teesside University, where he completed his undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
He enjoys open water swimming and walking in the lake district to keep himself physically active and encourages everyone to set challenging personal fitness goals.
Articles by Trevor Langford
in Diagnose & Treat, Elbow and arm injuries, Hand injuries, Musculoskeletal injuries
Trevor Langford takes an in-depth look at ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injury. As well as discussing the typical injury mechanisms, he also explores examination, assessment and treatment options for clinicians seeking a deeper understanding of this injury. Injuries affecting the medial elbow are common in overhead throwing sports such as baseball pitchers, and javelin throwers(1). The... MORE
in Diagnose & Treat, Improve, Neck and back injuries, Overuse injuries
Trevor Langford explores the biomechanical demands of the thoracic spine, provides examination and assessment guidelines and outlines methods for improving thoracic mobility. Thoracic spinal or mid back pain is a common complaint among a wide range of age groups within the general population, with adolescents and the elderly alike reporting pain. Shoulder biomechanics can be affected... MORE
Trevor Langford gives an update into the latest research on the benefits of using the Swiss ball. MORE
in Anatomy, Diagnose & Treat, Joint injuries, Shoulder injuries
Acetabular labral tears of the hip are one of the more challenging injuries for clinicians to diagnose and manage. Trevor Langford looks at what the recent evidence says... MORE
in Anatomy, Diagnose & Treat, Leg injuries, Musculoskeletal injuries, Overuse injuries
Trevor Langford reviews the possible ways to treat these hamstring problems – and the evidence on offer MORE
in Acute injuries, Anatomy, Diagnose & Treat, Knee injuries, Musculoskeletal injuries
Trevor Langford explores the biomechanics of the popliteus muscle and considers its assessment along with effective rehabilitation MORE
in Acute injuries, Diagnose & Treat, Improve, Musculoskeletal injuries, Neck and back injuries, Power development
Trevor Langford looks at the role of deep neck flexors segmental in controlling the cervical spine, and explains why they shouldn’t be overlooked MORE