About Konstantinos Papadopoulos
Konstantinos Papadopoulos holds a BSc degree in physiotherapy from the Alexadrio Technological Educational University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and an MSc degree in exercise rehabilitation from the School of Sports, Health and Exercise Sciences of University of Wales, Bangor. Being interested in Musculoskeletal disorders he started a PhD in March 2009 in the school of Healthcare Sciences of Bangor University. The PhD investigates the best way of assessing, treating and measuring outcomes in people with knee pain. The viva is expected to take place on the 28th September, 2012. From 2007-2012 he has conducted research in North Wales as a honorary clinical researcher in NHS, UK in the field of physiotherapy.
In the past 4 years he has worked as a clinical researcher with musculoskeletal disorder patients in the frame of his PhD (clinical research on knee pain and other lower limb disability rehabilitation) and MSc degrees [clinical research, supervised experience and independent study on an athlete’s rehabilitation] and he has been an excellent user of various machines which assess and monitor muscle strength). Therefore, he has experience of how to design, conduct and analyse research according to the best rehabilitation research methods and frameworks. Furthermore, he has been teaching and supervising undergraduate and postgraduate student in the School of Sport Health and Exercise Sciences, Bangor and is very keen on delivering presentations to different research groups.
Additionally, his dual affiliation with the School of Sport Health and Exercise Sciences and with the Department of Healthcare Sciences, Bangor University, UK has granted him the privilege to collaborate with renowned experts from different fields and develop an interdisciplinary view in sports therapy and rehabilitation.
Konstantinos Papadopoulos is currently a member of the European University of Cyprus community and teaches kinisiology, kinisiotherapy and sports physiotherapy.