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Dr Richard Page

SL in Sport & Exercise Biomechanics

Sport & Physical Activity

Department: Sport & Physical Activity

Telephone: 01695 584880

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Research Interests

The primary focus of Richard’s PhD thesis was fixture congestion and mechanisms of knee flexor injuries in soccer and, as such, he now has a number of research articles within this area. Richard also has an interest in isokinetic dynamometry and the assessment of markers of injury risk in sport. Richard has also been involved with the development of a number of sport-specific protocols. Although Richard’s research has primarily focused on athletic populations, some of his current research has been health orientated.

Recently, Richard has begun to apply for research funding, with him successfully securing internal research funding as both a primary and co-investigator. Richard is also in the process of trying to secure external funding to support future research.


Richard is currently module leader for level 5 and 6 biomechanics modules and is currently supervising postgraduate students at both masters and doctoral levels