Paul is the course leader for Sports Therapy BSc (Hons), and also is a lecturer in sports science and therapy.
Paul Starrs is the course leader of BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy and a lecturer in sports science and therapy. He holds a MSc Sports Medicine, Exercise and Health; University College London and a BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy; University of Central Lancashire.
Paul graduated from his BSc Sports Therapy with a First Class Honours. Following this, his commitments were split between working academically within the Allied Health Research Cluster at University of Central Lancashire and clinically in National 1 Rugby Union at Fylde RFC. In 2012, he began a full-time MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine at University College London which is ranked 7th in World QS University Rankings. Most recently, he has spent 2 and a half years working clinically in the NHS in the musculoskeletal outpatients department of an internationally renowned teaching hospital in London.
Paul is an avid follower of Liverpool FC and enjoys rugby union, tennis and cricket.
- Sports Therapy MSc
- Personal Training with Strength and Conditioning (Top-up) BSc (Hons)
- Physical Education and Coaching (Top-up) BSc (Hons)
- Physical Education and Football Coaching with Arsenal in the Community FdSc
- Sport and Exercise Science BSc (Hons)
- Sport Psychology, Coaching and Physical Education BSc (Hons)
- Sports and Dance Therapy BSc (Hons)
- Sports Science Extended Degree BSc (Hons)
- Sports Therapy Extended Degree BSc (Hons)
- Sports Therapy BSc (Hons)
- ACL injuries—prevention and rehabilitation
- athletic shoulder
- athletic hip and groin
- hamstring injuries
- Starrs P., Chohan A., Fewtrell D., Richards J. & Selfe J. (2012) ‘Biomechanical Differences Between Experienced and Inexperienced Wheelchair Users During Sport’, Prosthetics and Orthotics International, 36(3), pp. 324331.
- Mias E. & Starrs P. (2014) ‘The Effect of a Six Week Eccentric Hamstring Strengthening Protocol on Anterior TibioFemoral Translation’, British Journal Sports Medicine, 48, pp. 638 639.
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