Wednesday, 12 December 2018


'Patellofemoral pain: The ‘cold knees’ phenomenon'

Brooks Building

Join us for a new series of evening physiotherapy CPD seminars from highly trained professionals, covering topics from back pain and blood flow to knee pain and more.

Wednesday 12th December 6:30pm - 9:00pm

'Patellofemoral pain: The ‘cold knees’ phenomenon'

James Selfe, DSc, PhD, MA, GDPhys, FCSP is Professor of Physiotherapy, Manchester Metropolitan University and has been visiting academic Physiotherapist at Satakunta Applied University, Pori, Finland since 1995. James graduated with a distinction in his Diploma of Physiotherapy from Salford in 1984, was awarded a Masters Degree in Health Research from Lancaster University in 1995, gained his PhD in 2000 from the University of Bradford and was awarded a DSc from the University of Central Lancashire in 2015.

In 2008 James was honoured by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy by being awarded a fellowship for his outstanding contribution to musculoskeletal physiotherapy, particularly in the field of patellofemoral pain dysfunction.

James is recognized as a world-leading researcher he appears in the top 5 researcher list with the highest number of publications in 2 domains when searched on Scopus February 2018, Patellofemoral Pain and Red Flags.