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Sport and Exercise Sciences

Dr Henrike Greaves

Dr Henrike Greaves

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Biography

Henrike graduated and worked as a physiotherapist in Germany before completing her MSc in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences at KU Leuven, Belgium. She graduated with a PhD in Biomechanics and Human Movement Sciences from University of Salford in 2018 and continued working there as a Research Associate. Since January 2019 she works as an Advanced Research Physiotherapist at the North West Movement Analysis Centre at Alder Hey Children's Hospital, where she performs gait analysis with children and young adults. She also holds a post as an Honorary Research Fellow at LJMU where she contributes to research, especially in the field of cerebral palsy.

Degrees

2018, University of Salford, United Kingdom, PhD in Biomechanics and Human Movement Sciences
2014, KU Leuven, Belgium, M.Sc. "Rehabilitation Sciences and PhysiotherapyMasters
2012, University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld, Germany, B.A. Teaching in Allied Health Professions
2006, Schule der St. Elisabeth Stiftung, Germany, State examination in Physiotherapy

Academic appointments

Advanced Research Physiotherapist, Alder Hey Children's Hospital, 2019 - present
Honorary Visiting Research Fellow, Liverpool John Moores University, 2019 - present
Research Assistant, Edge Hill University, 2018 - 2018
Research Associate, University of Salford, 2017 - 2019

Publications

Journal article

Greuel H, Herrington L, Liu A, Jones RK. 2019. Influence of the Powers™ strap on pain and lower limb biomechanics in individuals with patellofemoral pain Knee, 26 :1210-1219 DOI Author Url

Relph N, Greaves H, Armstrong R, Gichuru P, Prior TD, Griffiths IB, Spencer S, Dey P, Langley B. 2019. Running shoes for preventing lower limb running injuries in adults Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2019 DOI

Greuel H, Herrington L, Liu A, Jones RK. 2019. How does acute pain influence biomechanics and quadriceps function in individuals with patellofemoral pain? KNEE, 26 :330-338 DOI Author Url

Greuel H, Herrington L, Liu A, Jones RK. 2017. Does the Powers(TM) strap influence the lower limb biomechanics during running? GAIT & POSTURE, 57 :141-146 DOI Author Url

Conference publication

Greuel H, Herrington L, Liu A, Jones RK. 2018. O 092 - Does the Powers™ strap modify lower limb biomechanics during running in individuals with patellofemoral pain? Gait and Posture, 65 :187-188 DOI

Leboeuf F, Sangeux M, Reay J, Greuel H, Jones R, Baker R. 2018. P 120 - CGM2 : Proposal of an evolved conventional gait model Gait and Posture, 65 :436-437 DOI

Greuel H, Herrington L, Liu A, Jones RK. 2018. O 090 - Can an evidence-based six week exercise treatment modify function, pain, quadriceps strength and lower limb biomechanics in running? Gait and Posture, 65 :183-184 DOI

Greuel H, Herrington L, Liu A, Jones RK. 2017. How does the PowersTM strap influence lower limb muscle activation in individuals with patellofemoral pain? Gait and Posture, 57 DOI

Greuel H, Herrington L, Liu A, Jones RK. 2017. How does pain influence running in individuals with patellofemoral pain? Gait and Posture, 57 DOI

Greuel H, Jones RK, Herrington L. 6 Underlying mechanisms of muscular dysfunction in patients with patellofemoral pain (PFP) British Journal of Sports Medicine, 49 :A2.2-A2 DOI