Reader In Physiotherapy
Stephen May worked for many years as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist in the NHS, and in 2002 became a Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. He has authored numerous books, book chapters, and scientific articles. He was awarded a Fellowship from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (UK) in 2006, and attained a PhD, 'Development of Aspects of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy', in 2008. He became a Reader in Physiotherapy in 2013.
Accredited Kinetic Control Tutor
Jacqueline's Manage Movement Centre in South Africa allows her to employ her expertise in treating patients with various musculoskeletal disorders in addition to sports injuries, preventing injuries/recurrence of injuries and improving overall Movement Health. She firmly believes that managing movement should be the basis of each physiotherapist's practice. Also qualified as a Pilates instructor she gets the most out of her studio equipment as part of her specific movement retraining with her wide client base. Her expertise is has allowed Jacqueline to attend several World Athletic championships as a South African team physiotherapist
His PhD thesis (2015) entitled “Effectiveness of a self-management program for employees with complaints of the arm, neck, and/or shoulder” consisted of seven peer-reviewed publications. Nathan is currently working as a physical therapist and manual therapist in a private practice and as a researcher at the HAN University of Applied Sciences, research group Occupation & Health. He is also a board member of the Dutch Association for Manual Therapy (NVMT), a member of IFOMPT.