Research at the Division of Physiotherapy
The research at the Division of Physiotherapy is internationally leading and highly relevant to increase knowledge and improve functioning and health in the population.
The research includes epidemiological, experimental and translational studies as well as the study of intervention and implementation outcome. New research findings are continuously integrated in the physiotherapy education. Eight research groups include the majority of the researchers at our division, and several also belong to research groups at other divisions, departments and universities.
Function and health in respiratory and cardiovascular conditions
Research group leader: Malin Nygren-Bonnier
Musculoskeletal Disorders from a Biopsychosocial Perspective
Research group leader: Wim Grooten
Neuroepidemiology and Health Services Research
Research group leader: Charlotte Ytterberg
Lifestyle, health and pain in musculoskeletal disorders
Research group leader: Nina Brodin
Physical Activity and Sports Medicine with Focus on Prevention
Research group leader: Maria Hagströmer
Rehabilitation, collaboration and aging
Research group leader: Elisabeth Rydwik