Staff Profile

  • ​Dominic joined the University of Northampton in September 2019 as a Senior Lecturer in Sport Rehabilitation and Injury. Dominic achieved his Batchelor of Science (Hons) degree in Sports Therapy in 2011 from Coventry University, and remained there to complete his Master’s degree in Strength and Conditioning. Dominic later went on to complete a PgCert in Higher Education at Coventry University and is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.  

    Prior to working in academia, Dominic worked in professional and semi-professional football, and clinic settings before moving into sport therapy and rehabilitation teaching roles in Higher Education settings.   

    • ​SPO1034: Neuromusculoskeletal Injury, Illness, Disease and Assessment. 
    • SPO1035: Screening and Monitoring for the Injured Athlete.
    • SPO1036: Manual Therapy for Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions.
    • SPO1037: Neuromusculoskeletal Anatomy.
    • SPO2055: Rehabilitative Exercise and Programming.
    • SPO4001: Dissertation. 
  • ​Research interests in sport surround the topics of: 

    • Blood Flow Restriction Training. 
    • Postural sway.
    • Musculoskeletal Conditions.
    • Strength and Conditioning. 
  • For publications, projects, datasets, research interests and activities, view Dominic Langdon’s research profile on Pure, the University of Northampton’s Research Explorer.

    • ​Polidori, G., Cuttell, S., Hammond, L., Langdon, D., Legrand, F., Taiar, R., Boyer, F.C. and Costello, J.T., (2018). Should whole body cryotherapy sessions be differentiated between women and men? A preliminary study on the role of the body thermal resistance. Medical hypotheses, 120, pp.60-64. 
    • Cuttell, S., Hammond, L., Langdon, D. and Costello, J., (2017). Individualising the exposure of− 110 C whole body cryotherapy: the effects of sex and body composition. Journal of Thermal Biology, 65, pp.41-47. 
    • Duncan, M.J., Tallis, J., Wright, S.L., Eyre, E.L., Bryant, E. and Langdon, D., (2014). The effect of acute caffeine ingestion on coincidence anticipation timing in younger and older adults. Nutritional neuroscience, 17(5), pp.234-238. 
    • Tallis, J., Duncan, M.J., Wright, S.L., Eyre, E.L., Bryant, E., Langdon, D. and James, R.S., (2013). Assessment of the ergogenic effect of caffeine supplementation on mood, anticipation timing, and muscular strength in older adults. Physiological reports, 1(3).