Mrs Jo Long
|Member of the Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences|
Jo is a funded PhD student in the Department of Sport and Exercise Science at Durham University. Jo has previously undergone an undergraduate degree in Sports Science and Injury Management degree at York St John and then went on to complete a Sports Therapy and Physiotherapy Masters both at Teesside University. Jo is a practising physiotherapist for The Pressure Point as well as studying for her PhD.
Jo is a Member of the HCPC professional body.
Follow Jo on Twitter: @JoAnnK3
Jo’s PhD is looking at menopause through movement, Jo has an interest in women’s health especially in the menopause as well as the psychological impact of injuries on individuals.
Jo’s doctoral research primarily explores menopausal women’s embodied experiences of movement practices.
Jo has worked as a postgraduate teaching assistant on the following modules from 2020-present
- Sport Health and the Environment.
- Kaye, Jo Ann, Spence, Dan & Alexanders, Jenny (2021). USING A BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL APPROACH WITHIN ACL REHABILITATION: AN EXPLORATION OF STUDENT PHYSIOTHERAPISTS` PERCEPTIONS AND EXPERIENCES. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 1.
- Kaye, Jo Ann, Alexanders, Jenny & Smith, Lois (2021). A Physiotherapy Perspective of CrossFit: Guiding You Safely. Athletic Training & Sports Health Care 13(2): 53.
- Kaye, Jo Ann & Alexanders, Jenny (2019). Rehabbing the Mind Within Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rehabilitation: Are We Addressing Patients' Expectations? Athletic Training & Sports Health Care 11(3): 99.
- Alexanders, Jenny, Kaye, Jo Ann & Perry, John (2019). Setting Higher Goals May Make Athletes Feel Worse: The Goal Setting Paradox and Potential Solutions. Athletic Training & Sports Health Care 11(2): 51.