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Research Profile

  • Dr Paulina Kloskowska is a Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy and Specialist Musculo-skeletal Physiotherapist. She completed her BSc and MSc in Physiotherapy in Poland, then she moved to London to do her PhD at QMUL, which she finished in 2015. After her PhD completion she worked at the Sports and Exercise Medicine Department as a Module Leader and Course Assistant, where she gained experience in students project supervision, developing and leading modules, and teaching. She left the Department to pursue her passion in Research, and worked for 2 years as a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in clinical biomechanics.

    Since graduating, Paulina has always worked clinically as Physiotherapists, which led to her landing a job in one of the best London Clinics on Harley Street. She continues her clinical career, working with patients with a wide scope of musculo-skeletal complaints, often athletes on each level – from weekend warriors to Olympic level athletes.

  • Module leader for PHYM003 – Evidence-based Neuromusculoskeletal Practice

  • Dr Paulina’s research interests include:

    • Biomechanics, including kinetic, kinematic and electromyographic components
    • Associations between movement and injury
    • Hip, groin and pelvis
    • Gait and falls
  • Kloskowska, P., Morrissey, D., Small, C., Malliaras, P. & Barton C. 2016. Movement Patterns and Muscular Function Before and After Onset of Sports-Related Groin Pain: A Systematic Review with Meta-analysis. Sports Medicine, 1-21.

    Huber J, Lisinski P, Kloskowska P, Gronek A, Lisiewicz, E. & Trzeciak, T. 2013. Meniscus suture provides better clinical and biomechanical results at 1-year follow-up than meniscectomy. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg, 133, 541-9.