Research, Presentations, Publications, Book Chapters

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Clark, N. C. (2011) Training the Airborne Tactical Athlete for Enhanced Function and Combat Readiness. Invited Platform Presentation. United Kingdom Sports and Exercise Medicine (UKSEM) Annual Conference. London, England, UK.

Clark, N. C., Herrington, L. (2010) The Knee. In- Sports Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention. (Eds- P. Comfort, E. Abrahamson). Wiley Publishers. Chichester. United Kingdom.

Clark, N. C. (2008) Strength Training Programme Design in Physiotherapy Practice: What You Need to Know. Keynote Presentation. Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Exercise Therapy (ACPET) 3rd Exercise Therapy Symposium. University of Hertfordshire. Hertfordshire. UK.

Clark, N. C. (2007) Defining Skeletal Muscle Performance and Essential Variables in Strength Training Programme Design. Keynote Presentation. Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Exercise Therapy (ACPET) 1st Exercise Therapy Symposium. University College London. London. UK.

Clark, N. C. (2006) Clinical Plyometrics in Knee Injury Rehabilitation: Basic Science and Practical Applications. Keynote Presentation. British Association of Sports Rehabilitators and Trainers (BASRaT) Annual Clinical Symposium. The Centennial Centre. Birmingham. UK.

Clark, N. C. (2006) Clinical Application of Biomechanical Concepts for the Understanding and Treatment of a Unilateral Medial Tibial Stress Fracture. Invited Platform Presentation. Staffordshire University Tissue Stress Conference. Staffordshire University. UK.

Clark, N. C. (2006) Unilateral Post-Traumatic Leg-Length Discrepancy Causing Contralateral Hip Arthropathy – A Case Study. Invited Platform Presentation. Staffordshire University Tissue Stress Conference. Staffordshire University. UK.

Clark, N. C. (2006) Advanced Techniques in Lower Limb Exercise Therapy: Clinical Plyometrics for Enhancing Biomechanics and Neuromuscular Control of the Knee. Keynote Lecture. London Sport Institute. Middlesex University and University College London. London. UK.

Clark N. C. (2005) Relationship Between Active Hamstring Stretch Reflex Latency and Functional Knee Stability. Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) 2005 Research Presentation Award. 2nd International Conference on Movement Dysfunction. Kinetic Control and Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. Edinburgh International Convention Centre. Edinburgh. UK.

Clark N. C. (2005) Sex Differences in Lower Limb Proprioception and Neuromuscular Control: Implications for Female-Specific Physiotherapy Intervention. Keynote Presentation. Organization of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice Cutting Edge Conference. Bristol. UK.

Clark, N. C. (2004) Clinical Concepts in Lower Limb Functional Performance Testing. Keynote Platform Presentation. Ministry of Defence Medical Rehabilitation Services Annual Conference. Headley Court Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre. Surrey. UK.

Clark, N. C. (2004) Principles of Injury Rehabilitation. SportEX Medicine. 19, 6-10.

Clark, N. C. (2004) Current Evidence for Predictors of Functional Knee Stability Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury. Keynote Platform Presentation. 1st Annual International Evidence-Based Physical Therapy Conference. Health Education Seminars. University of London. London. UK.

Clark, N. C. (2003) Functional Rehabilitation of the Lower Limb. Basic Concepts and Clinical Application. SportEX Medicine. 18, 16-21.

Clark, N. C. (2002) Relationship Between Active Vasti and Hamstring Stretch Reflex Latencies and Performance of the Adapted Crossover Hop for Distance. Master of Science Dissertation. MSc School of Human Health and Performance. Royal Free and University College Medical School. University College London. London. UK.

Clark, N. C. (2002) Functional Stability of the Knee. A Review of Literature Emphasising Concepts in Joint Stability and Sensorimotor Control. Master of Science Dissertation. MSc School of Human Health and Performance. Royal Free and University College Medical School. University College London. London. UK.

Hooper, D. M., Morrissey, M. C., Drechsler, W. I., Clark, N. C., Coutts, F. J., McAuliffe, T. B. (2002) Gait Analysis Six and Twelve Months Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research. 403,168-178.

Clark, N. C., Gumbrell, C. J., Rana, S., Traole, C. M., Morrissey, M. C. (2002) Intratester Reliability and Measurement Error of the Adapted Crossover Hop for Distance. Physical Therapy in Sport. 3, 143-151.

Clark, N. C., Gumbrell, C. J., Rana, S., Traole, C. M., Morrissey, M. C. (2001) The Relationship Between Vertical Hop Performance and Isotonic Open and Closed Kinetic Chain Muscle Strength of the Lower Limb. Journal of Sports Sciences. 19, 18-19.

Clark, N. C. (2001) Functional Performance Testing Following Knee Ligament Injury. Physical Therapy in Sport. 2, 91-105.

Clark, N. C. (2000) Strength Training Following Knee Ligament Injury: Open or Closed Kinetic Chain Exercise? Invited Platform Presentation. Football Association Medical Society. Arsenal Football Club. London. UK.

Clark, N. C., Gumbrell, C. J., Rana, S., Traole, C. M., Morrissey, M. C. (2000) The Relationship Between Vertical Hop Performance and Isotonic Open and Closed Kinetic Chain Muscle Strength of the Lower Limb. Original Research Platform Presentation. British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences 2000 Annual Conference. Liverpool John Moores University. Liverpool. UK.

Clark, N. C., Gumbrell, C. J., Rana, S., Traole, C. M. (1999) The Correlation of Short-Term Clinical Measures After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction to Long-Term Outcome. Bachelor of Science Dissertation. Department of Health Sciences. University of East London. London. UK.

Clark, N. C. (1998) The Long-Term Effects of Different Resistance Training Programmes in Rehabilitation After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Nuffield Foundation Research Scholarship. Human Motion and Performance Laboratory. Department of Health Sciences. University of East London. London. UK.

Clark, N. C. (1998) Functional Testing Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Proposal for Two Hop Tests at Twelve Month Follow-Up. Nuffield Foundation Research Scholarship. Human Motion and Performance Laboratory. Department of Health Sciences. University of East London. London. UK.

Clark, N. C. (1996) The Effects of Exercise Induced Fluid Loss on the Agility of Invasion Games Players. Bachelor of Education Dissertation. Avery Hill College of Physical Education. University of Greenwich. London. UK.

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Critchley, D., Ratcliffe, J., Noonan, S., Jones, R., Hurley, M. (2007) Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of Three Types of Physiotherapy Used to Reduce Chronic Low Back Pain Disability: A Pragmatic Randomized Trial With Economic Evaluation. Spine. 32, 1474-1481.

Hooper, D., Morrissey, M., Drechsler, W., McDermott, M., McAuliffe, T. (2001) Validation of the Hughston Clinic Subjective Knee Questionnaire Using Gait Analysis. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 33, 1456-1462.

Hooper, D., Morrissey, M., Drechsler, W., Morrissey, D., King, J. (2001) Open and Closed Kinetic Chain Exercises in the Early Period after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Improvements in Level Walking, Stair Ascent, and Stair Descent. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 29, 167-174.

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