José Pedro Correia
José Pedro graduated from Porto Polytechnic Institute's Higher School of Health Technologies (BSc Physiotherapy) in 2010 and obtained an MSc in Physiotherapy Sciences (Sports Physiotherapy option) from the University of Lisbon's Faculty of Human Kinetics in 2013.
Since then, he has worked as Tournament Physiotherapist in ITF (Juniors, Pro Circuit and Seniors) and ATP Challenger Tour events between 2011 and 2015. He was Team Physiotherapist for the Kazakhstan Tennis Federation at the Fed Cup 2015 in Guangzhou, China. Currently he is working as an Orthopedic Physiotherapist at Zayed Military Hospital, Abu Dhabi.
Moreover, he is a published author and reviewer in various journals and former contributor to MatchPoint Portugal magazine.
Published on 15 July 2019
Conservative treatment in patellar tendinopathyRead more Conservative treatment in patellar tendinopathy
Published on 02 July 2019
Kinesiophobia in chronic musculoskeletal painRead more Kinesiophobia in chronic musculoskeletal pain
Published on 26 April 2019
Validity of return-to-sport tests after ACL reconstructionRead more Validity of return-to-sport tests after ACL reconstruction
Published on 08 May 2019
Femur movement on the tibial plateau during kneelingRead more Femur movement on the tibial plateau during kneeling
Published on 08 April 2019
Mechanical knee symptoms: indicators for meniscal tears?Read more Mechanical knee symptoms: indicators for meniscal tears?
- EMG activity in various hamstring exercises
- Physical qualities and workload–injury relationship
- Upper limb symptoms in hand-intensive healthcare occupations
- Strength training for the prevention of sports injuries
- Accuracy of self-reported home exercise adherence
- Alternative pathways in care for patients with low back pain
- Association of knee crepitus with patellofemoral pain
- Role of inflammation in tendinopathy
- Return to play, performance and career post ACL tear
- Injuries related to running intensity and volume
- Do schoolbags cause back pain in children and adolescents?
- Recurrence after an acute episode of low back pain
- Movement variability in injured and uninjured populations
- How to manage patellofemoral pain (PFP)
- The McKenzie method for treating low back pain
- Chronic stretching and muscle-tendon mechanical properties
- Physiotherapists’ self-reported competence to manage CLBP
- Shoulder muscle activity in open and closed-chain abduction
- Core stability and lower extremity injury risk in athletes
- Exercise and musculoskeletal pain in healthcare workers
- High-speed running, sprinting, and injury risk in soccer
- Workplace interventions for neck pain in office workers
- Hamstring injury prevention: before or after training?
- Scapular dyskinesis and risk of future shoulder pain
- Return to sport rates after ACL reconstruction
- Effectiveness of foot exercises and orthoses in PFP
- Risk factors for first-episode neck pain
- CNS reorganization in chronic musculoskeletal disorders
- Framework for the etiology of running-related injuries
- Neural mobilization for neuromusculoskeletal conditions
- Isokinetic rotator cuff strength ratios in overhead athletes
- Factors associated with Achilles tendinopathy and MTSS
- Conservative interventions in shoulder impingement
- Effects of joint stabilizers on proprioception and stability
- Motor control exercise for non-specific low back pain
- Should exercise for chronic musculoskeletal pain be painful?
- Analgesia due to isometric exercise in patellar tendon pain
- Running exercise strengthens the intervertebral disc
- Natural history of frozen shoulder: fact or fiction?
- Eccentric strength increase using the Copenhagen exercise
- Manual therapy vs. surgery in carpal tunnel syndrome
- Stabilization vs. exercises or manual therapy for LBP
- Effects of quadriceps strengthening for patellofemoral pain