Dr Paul Sindall

Senior Lecturer in Exercise Science

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Biography

Paul Sindall is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Salford, UK. Paul has completed PhD and Masters studies in Exercise Physiology, working in the field of disability sports testing and training. Paul has extensive practise-based and managerial experience in the health and fitness industry, and in the provision of sports science support services to athletes from a range of disability and able-bodied sports. He is interested in the role of exercise and physical activity in the prevention and treatment of disease. 

Teaching

BSc (Hons) Exercise, Physical Activity and Health

BSc (Hons) Sport Science

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Research Interests

The physiological demands of disability sport

The physiological demands and movement patterns of wheelchair court-sports for optimisation of health outcomes and performance 

Qualifications and Memberships

PhD Exercise Physiology

MSc Sports and Exercise Science (Exercise Physiology)

BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science

FHEA

NSCA CSCS

Member of the Peter Harrison Centre for Disability Sport

Member of the European Research Group in Disability Sport (ERGiDs)

North West Health and Physical Activity Forum Honorary Member

Publications

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