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Connor Nyberg

Lecturer in Physiotherapy

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About

I am currently a lecturer in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, dissertation advisor, placement link tutor and head of the physiotherapy dance clinic.

Professional

Education:

  • 2021, Doctor of Physiotherapy, Glasgow Caledonian University
  • 2016, Bachelors of Science in Physiology and Sports Science, University of Glasgow
  • 2012, Associates Degree in Sport and Leadership, Hjälmared Folkhögskola

Teaching:

  • Principles of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
  • Functional Anatomy of the Upper Quadrant
  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy 1 (Lower Quadrant)
  • Functional Anatomy of the Lower Quadrant
  • Applied Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
  • Questioning Sport, Exercise And Health

University Committees/ Responsibilities:

  • Committees and University roles: N/A

Professional activities, roles and memberships:

  • Member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
  • Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)

 

Publications

Research and scholarly output:

Nyberg & Morris (2023) Letter to the editor: “Revolutionizing clinical education: opportunities and challenges of AI integration”, European Journal of Physiotherapy, 25:3, 127-128, DOI: 10.1080/21679169.2023.2198571

Nyberg, C. (2017a) The mental database: The link between chess, sport and expertise. The GIST. Available at: https://the-gist.org/2017/06/mental-database-link-chess-sport-expertise/

Nyberg, C. (2017) Wait and see: A new approach for making a Champion. The GIST. Available at: https://the-gist.org/2016/09/wait-and-see-a-new-approach-for-making-a-champion/

Nyberg, C. & Penpraze, V. (2016). Determination of anthropometric and physiological performance measures in elite Scottish female rugby union players. International Journal of Research in Exercise Physiology, 12(1), pp.10-16.

Research

Research Interests:

I have a strong passion for sports, having worked extensively in football, swimming, rugby, and basketball. Recently, I’ve shifted my focus to explore the impact of aging on physiological changes, with the goal of optimizing physiotherapy for the elderly. Despite this, I enjoy staying updated on various research topics, casually delving into areas like dance, artificial intelligence and expertise acquisition.

Consultancy:

  • Sink or Swim (Television Programme), Physiotherapy Services
  • Hamilton Academicals Football Club, Physiotherapy Services
  • Aberdeen Football Club, Physiotherapy Services
  • Basketball Scotland, Physiotherapy Services

Public engagement:

  • European Championship 2016, Physiotherapy Services
  • Glasgow International Swim Meet 2016, Physiotherapy Services

Other department members

Adrian Penrose
Coach Development Officer (Women & Girl's)
Amber Hartigan
Lecturer in Sports Therapy
Bea Pine
Lecturer in Physiotherapy

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