Job Title: Lecturer in Podiatry
Room No: C1.02
Telephone No: + 44 (0) 29 2041 7036
Email Address: email@example.com
Aside from my role as a lecturer, I am a qualified Podiatrist with membership to the College of Podiatry and registration with the HCPC. My clinical duties include undertaking MSK clinics as well as acting as a clinical supervisor both within the Wales Centre for Podiatric Studies, and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board with whom I have an honorary contract. My other roles include admissions tutor for the BSc Podiatry programme and level 4 year tutor.
I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and my teaching mainly involves delivering lectures, clinical tutorials and skills labs within the undergraduate and postgraduate Podiatry programmes.
- POD4001 Podiatric Medicine 1
- POD4002 Musculoskeletal Studies 1
- POD4004 Research and Governance 1
- POD4005 Clinical Practice 1
- POD5002 Musculoskeletal Studies 2
- POD5005 Clinical Practice 2
- POD6005 Clinical Practice 3
- POD6003 Professional Development 3
MSc Advanced Practitioner (Musculoskeletal Studies)
- Gait Analysis
- Sports Biomechanics and Injury
I completed my PhD, "Investigation of proximal and distal factors associated with patellofemoral pain and the effect of tailored intervention strategies" in 2018. My research interests include lower limb injury mechanics, specialising in patellofemoral pain.
Gwynne, C. R. and Curran, S. A. (2018). Two-dimensional frontal plane projection angle can identify subgroups of patellofemoral pain patients who demonstrate dynamic knee valgus. Clin Biomech. 58 (1): 44-48.
Gwynne, C. R. (2019). Alterations in center of pressure during single limb loading in individuals with patellofemoral pain. Journal of the American Podiatric Medicine Association. In Press.
Gwynne, C. R. and Curran, S. A. (2014). Quantifying frontal plane knee motion during single limb squats: Reliability and validity of 2-dimensional measures. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 9 (7): 898-906.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy