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The William Harvey Research Institute - Barts and The London

Paulina Kloskowska

Teaching Fellow and Specialist Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Centre: Sports and Exercise Medicine

Email: p.kloskowska@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: +44(0) 207 882 6073

Profile

ORCID iD: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2975-993X

Dr Kloskowska is a sports and exercise specialist physiotherapist and researcher. She obtained her BSc and Master’s degree in Physiotherapy at Poznan University of Medical Sciences in Poland, where she investigated the strength profiles of patients after meniscal repairs. She then moved to London and completed her PhD at QMUL in 2016.

Research

Her PhD research on the biomechanical signatures of sports-related groin pain in athletes has presented a novel and innovative viewpoint on this complex pathology. Her approach has raised a discussion in clinical research and as a consequence Paulina has been invited to a number of national and international sports medicine conferences to share her ideas (thesis available online).

For 5 years Paulina has also been actively involved in the academic development of the Sports and Exercise Department at QMUL, lecturing Biomechanics, Rehabilitation and Anatomy and leading Sports Injury Treatment and Sports Injury Rehabilitation modules, as well as supervising a number of successful BSc and MSc students’ projects. Along the research and academic route, she continues to work clinically as a private sports physiotherapist. Her clinical interest and expertise are lower limb injuries in professional and amateur athletes, particularly hip and groin pain.

Key Publications

  • Kloskowska P, Morrissey D, Small C, Malliaras P, Barton C. Movement Patterns and Muscular Function Before and After Onset of Sports-Related Groin Pain: A Systematic Review with Meta-analysis. Sports Medicine. 2016:1-21.
  • Huber J, Lisiński P, Kłoskowska P, Gronek A, Lisiewicz E, Trzeciak T. Meniscus suture provides better clinical and biomechanical results at 1-year follow-up than meniscectomy. Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery. 2013;133(4):541-549.