Mr David Rees

About

After graduating from Sheffield Hallam University with a first class honours I worked for two years in professional football at before joining the NHS. I subsequently worked at several major London hospitals in the areas of musculoskeletal, orthopaedics and hand therapy. Whilst working as a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist at Chelsea and Westminster I completed a NIHR funded Masters of Research in Clinical Practice (MResCP) at St. Georges University of London and was awarded the prize for Outstanding Achievement on graduating. I returned to clinical work and started lecturing at Brunel University before joining St. Georges in 2017. I teach musculoskeletal physiotherapy alongside research methods at undergraduate level.

I have recently been involved in the development of a new postgraduate Advanced Clinical Practice masters programme. As the MSK Pathway Lead I oversee the progression of students through this route and lecture around physical activity promotion in healthcare. 

Academic responsibilities

Senior Lecturer in Rehabilitation Sciences

Qualifications

  • Masters of Research in Clinical Practice (MResCP), St. Georges, University of London
  • BSc(Hons), Physiotherapy, Sheffield Hallam University
  • BSc(Hons), Sports Science, Brighton University

Teaching and learning

I lecture across a variety of topics with the main focus being on musculoskeletal assessment and treatment. I also lecture on the research methods, applying knowledge gained on my Masters of Research in Clinical Practice and practical experience undertaking my own research and supervising he work of others.

Qualifications and expertise

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Authority

Undergraduate courses taught

Postgraduate courses taught

Research

I conducted research as part of my Masters of Research on Clinical Practice and this was published in 2019 in the Clinical Biomechanics. I continue to supervise research at both undergraduate and masters level.

Qualifications and expertise

  • Masters of Research in Clinical Practice

Publications

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Article

Rees, David, Younis, Ahmed and MacRae, Sian (2019) Is there a correlation in frontal plane knee kinematics between running and performing a single leg squat in runners with patellofemoral pain syndrome and asymptomatic runners? Clinical Biomechanics, 61, pp. 227-232. ISSN (print) 0268-0033

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