Below you’ll find our ever-growing list of authors. Click on a name to read a full bio and find links to their articles on Sports Injury Bulletin.
Eurico Marques is a Physiotherapist and former professional footballer with extensive experience in sports and health care. His background is in injury rehabilitation and adolescent sports medicine. Eurico is the co-presenter of a Strength and Conditioning course for health care practitioners. He is currently the Director of Performance for the Balderstone Sports Institute Football program and owner of a private practice based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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Adam Smith is a APA Sports Physiotherapist. Adam currently works at Queensland Cricket, Queensland Academy of Sport and Optima Sports Medicine. Adam has extensive experience in treating sports injuries and over the past 18 years Adam has supported a number of National teams including Australian Triathlon, Australian Waterpolo and Australian Sailing.
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Born and raised in Madrid (Spain), Alejandro began his professional dance career in 1995 with the Victor Ullate Ballet company. In 1999, Alejandro moved to New York where he danced for the American Ballet Theater until 2008. Alejandro obtained his Doctor in Physical Therapy degree at Long Island University and currently enjoys learning about pain neuroscience and especially reading and disseminating to his patients the work of Luis Gifford.
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ANDREW HAMILTON BSc Hons, MRSC, ACSM is a sports science writer, researcher and editor, specializing in exercise physiology, sports health and sports nutrition.
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Candice is a qualified physiotherapist with a special interest in the prevention and rehabilitation of sports injuries and the conditioning of athletes. She obtained her award-winning MSc(Physiotherapy) degree from the University of the Witwatersrand (Johannesburg, South Africa) and is awaiting the outcome of her Ph.D. thesis.
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Caralyn Baxter is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and serves as a Regional Director for The Sports Neurology Clinic in Park City and Salt Lake City, Utah. She specializes in vestibular and oculomotor disorders, exercise intolerance, cervical pain, and whiplash - symptoms associated with acute concussion, post-concussion syndrome, and other sports-related neurological injuries
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Chris is a highly qualified Physiotherapist and Human Movement Educator with extensive experience in elite level sport. He has worked with elite level State and National level AFL, rugby union and football teams in Australia, UK and France, more recently as High Performance Manager for the Brisbane Roar in the Australian A-League Football Competition.
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David is an internationally recognized leader in elite sporting performance and sports medicine. His background is in both sports medicine and in sports science/strength and conditioning and holds Masters degrees in both Sports Physiotherapy and Exercise Science.
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Dr. Jasmine Marcus, PT, DPT, CSCS, is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, certified strength and conditioning specialist, and writer.
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Jason Tee is a Strength and Conditioning coach and researcher in athletic performance, focusing on injury reduction and training prescription, particularly in rugby union players.
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Jessica is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She is a former division I collegiate soccer player at Kent State University where she also served as a student coach. Her current clinical practice is in outpatient orthopedics working with athletes across the age spectrum.
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Born and raised in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Dr. Joe Cassaro, PT, DPT,
CSCS, is a Doctor of Physical Therapy. He currently practices at Coastal
Orthopedics in St. Petersburg, Florida. Joe received his Bachelor of
Science in Exercise Science from Penn State University in 2016 and his
Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Misericordia University in Dallas,
Pennsylvania, in 2020. Joe has a special interest in working with sport-related injuries in youth athletes and has a passion for evidence-based
physical therapy practice. When not working as a rehab professional, Joe enjoys both coaching and performing functional fitness, cycling, and golf.
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Josephine is a sport and exercise psychologist based in London, UK. She works with a wide range of athletes from those wanting to get back into exercise through to those training at the highest levels aiming for new world records or Olympic qualification.
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Dr. Litzy is currently the owner of Karen Litzy Physical Therapy, PLLC, a concierge physical therapy practice in New York City, where she sees clients in their home, gym or office. Aside from physical therapy clients she also sees clients for wellness training, surgical packages and golf fitness evaluations.
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Currently working in sport and private practice, Kay is passionate about integrating strength and conditioning with hands on physiotherapy to aid injury prevention and optimize performance.
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Lachlan is Head of Athletic Performance at Parramatta Eels National Rugby League Club and co-owner of Athletes Authority, an Athletic Performance facility, bringing professional coaching to those that need it.
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Luke is a titled Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) Sports Physiotherapist who holds a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy, Graduate Entry Masters in Physiotherapy and an Undergraduate Degree in Sports and Exercise Science. Luke has substantial experience in sports physio and the rehab setting over the past 10 years, and currently holds the role as Senior Physiotherapist at the GWS Giants in the Australian Football League (AFL).
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Mike Lancaster is the Head of Medical Services for the Harlequins Rugby Football Club. Former senior physiotherapist within the Athletic Performance Unit of the GWS GIANTS Football Club, he was also previously head of medical services at Worcester Warriors and part of the medical team for the English National Rugby Union team.
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Dr. Nicola Brown is an Associate Professor in Female Health and Performance. She teaches undergraduate and postgraduate health-related programs at St Mary’s University, Twickenham. She is also a member of the research group for Breast Health at the University of Portsmouth and on the Executive Board of the Women in Sport and Exercise Academic Network. Nicola’s research focuses on increasing scientific knowledge of breast health issues to inform effective strategies for optimizing the health and performance of female athletes and exercisers.
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Dr. Keay has extensive clinical and research experience in dance/sport endocrinology with special expertise in RED-S. She is the creator of the BASEM educational website Health4Performance. Additionally, she will be starting the first NHS RED-S dedicated clinic in London.
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Nick is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and certified strength and conditioning specialist. His interests include sports performance and injury risk reduction.
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Patrick Gilliam is a physiotherapist at Pure Sports Medicine in London. He specializes in neuromuscular rehabilitation with an interest in spine pain, lower limb injuries, and sports rehabilitation, especially rugby, cricket, and golf.
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Ryan Frerichs is a medical doctor and former physiotherapist with extensive experience in professional and amateur sports. His knowledge in rehabilitation, performance optimization, and medicine provides a unique perspective into assessing and managing injuries. He has a background in sports coaching and strength and conditioning training and is the co-founder of an online training academy. In addition, he has a passion for motorsports and cycling and enjoys spending time on his bike in the mountains.
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Sandra Hilton is a woman’s health physiotherapist who has contributed to multiple book chapters, papers, and is the co-author of Why Pelvic Pain Hurts. She is an international instructor and speaker on treating pelvic pain and co-host of the Pain Science and Sensibility Podcast.
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Sean Fyfe is the Founder and Director of Performance Physio, Fitness and Sports based in Brisbane, Australia, a Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Strength and Conditioning Centre. Sean consults to many professional athletes and sports organisations through his business.
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Tracy is a Senior Chartered Physiotherapist with an MSc in Physiotherapy. She has a special interest in musculoskeletal and sports rehabilitation. Tracy previously worked as Head Physiotherapist with Scottish Hockey and numerous other elite-level athletes within rugby, rowing, squash, triathlon, and ice skating.
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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.
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