Research at the Division of Physiotherapy

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The research at our division 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. Six research groups include the majority of the researchers at our division, but several belong to research groups at other divisions, departments and universities.

Research groups

Research group leader Research areas
Franzén Erika Elderly Parkinson’s disease and spinal cord injury​ 

Hagströmer Maria

Physical activity and Sports medicine with focus on prevention

Opava Christina  Physical Activity and Health in Rheumatic Disease
Ståhle Agneta Physical Activity for Healthy Living and Active Ageing (under construction)
 Ytterberg Charlotte  Neuroepidemiology and Health Services Research
Rasmussen Barr Eva Musculoskeletal disorders from a biopsychosocial perspective
Lundberg Mari Back in Motion Research 
Musculoskeletal disordersPhysical activityPhysiotherapy