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HSCI undertakes cutting-edge research relevant to today's health problems.
We focus on novel work on disabling and painful conditions and research the uses of exercise and physical activity in improving health outcomes
We aim to develop and evaluate upstream interventions to improve the health of the population
We have developed the first ever evidence-based physiotherapy guidelines for the diagnosis, assessment and physiotherapy management of contracted frozen shoulder (CFS)—a condition which painfully restricts movement, affects up to 10% of working-age adults in a general UK population, and costs the NHS at least £13.5 million annually.
Teesside's online research repository gives you access to the collection of peer-reviewed research and e-theses produced by members
of the Health and Social Care Institute.
The Centre for Translational Research in Public Health - a UKCRC Public Health Research Centre of Excellence.
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UK’s first nationwide clinical trial on shoulder fractures reveals no significant difference between surgery and non-surgery
The Health and Social Care Institute hosts a number of seminars and training events to which all are welcome.
We have honorary members of the institute and students who are studying their PhDs with us who all contribute to research.