Dr Lee Herrington PhD MSc MCSP
Physiotherapist, Senior Lecturer in Sports Rehabilitation, University of Salford; programme leader for the MSc Sports Injury Rehabilitation course. Has a clinical role as technical lead physiotherapist with the English Institute of Sport, leading on issues related to lower limb injury rehabilitation across all the Olympic sports, also acts a consultant physiotherapist to a number of premiership & championship football and rugby union clubs. Worked as part of the Team GB medical team at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Has previously worked with British Swimming, Great Britain Women’s Basketball team, Wigan Warriors and Great Britain Rugby League teams along with England Table Tennis and Netball. Consultant Physiotherapist, “Football knee injury screen”, Manchester Institute of Health & Performance. Is a researcher in the Knee Biomechanics and Injury research programme at the University of Salford. Research interests are the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries, specifically: anterior knee pain; hamstring muscle injuries and rehabilitation following knee surgery (principally ACL reconstruction), with over 150 peer reviewed papers published, along with numerous book chapters. Lee is also the editor in chief of the Physical Therapy in Sport journal and on the editorial board of The Knee journal and Journal of Athletic Training.