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Sarah Catlow

Senior Lecturer

School of Sport, Health and Wellbeing

01752 636700 Ext:5601

scatlow@marjon.ac.uk


Sarah Catlow

Qualifications

 Masters Sport Injury Management and Therapy

 FA Diploma in the Treatment and Management of Injuries  

 PGCE in HE and FE

 City and Guilds 7307 Stage 1 and Stage 2

 BSc (Hons) -Applied Physiology,


Teaching

  • Sports Therapy
  • Rehabiliation in Sport and Exercise
  • First aid and Emergency Trauma 
  • Diagnostic and Injury Mangement
  • Prevention of Injuries 


Research

  • Material Properties of Kinesiology Tape
  • Tensile force and stretch characteristics of Kinesiology tape
  • Injury treatment and rehabilitation
  • Injury prevention
  • Use of Kinesiology Tape within pain mangement of patients


Publications

  • Catlow, S. and Doggart, L. (2019) Tennis Trauma. International Therapist (Journal of the Federation of Holistic Therapists), issue 129, Summer, p12-15.

  • Doggart, L., Pearce, C. and Catlow, S. (2019) The acute effects of kinesiology tape application on performance markers in male amateur golfers. Communication to the British Association of Sport & Exercise Science conference, Leicester, UK, 19-20 Nov (accepted June 2019).

  • Catlow, S and Doggart L. (2018). Kinesiology tape: a comparison of mechanical properties of twelve brands and application considerations in the management of athletic injury. Oral Presentation at the 23rd  Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science (ECSS), Dublin, 4th to 7th July 2018.

  • Catlow, S and Doggart L. (2018) Trials and Tribulations – Triathlon Injuries. International Therapist (Journal of the Federation of Holistic Therapists), issue 123, Winter, p28--31.

  • Catlow, S., Wallace-Sims, T. and Doggart, L.  (2017) Acute effects of kinesiology tape application on skin blood flow: considerations in the management of athletic performance. Journal of Sports Sciences, Vol 35, supplement 1, s43-44.

  • Doggart, L., Thomas, R., Elford, P. and Catlow, S. (2017) A review of the BASES Position Stand on Curriculum-based Work Placements in Sport and Exercise Sciences. The Sport & Exercise Scientist, issue 53, Autumn, pp20. BASES: Leeds, UK.

  • Catlow, S and Doggart L. (2017) Running Smoothly. International Therapist (Journal of the Federation of Holistic Therapists), issue 119, Winter.pp 18-21

  • Doggart, L., Anniss, B. and Catlow, S. (2016) The anti-gravity treadmill: its application and considerations in sports performance, injury rehabilitation and health. The Sport & Exercise Scientist, issue 49, Autumn, pp23-24. BASES: Leeds, UK.

  •  Doggart, L. Burdon, A. Catlow S. (2016) Understand how radial shock wave therapy can help in the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal disorders. Manual Therapy, Issue 4 April.

  • Catlow, S and Doggart L. (2016) Bringing Golf injury prevention to the fore. International Therapist (Journal of the Federation of Holistic Therapists), issue 116, Spring 2016.

  • Doggart,L., Burden, A and Catlow S (2015). A Preliminary Investigation into the effects of radial shockwave on lower limb functional mobility. SportEx Dynamics.

  • Doggart, L and Catlow S. (2015) Tensile force and elasticity of kinesiology tape: application considerations in the mangement of athletic injury. Communcation to Annual BASES Conference, St. George's Pak, 1-2 December.

  • Doggart, L., Anniss, B and Catlow, S. (2015). Integrating a multidisciplinary approach to curricula delivery through a commerical work based learning environment. The Sport and Exercise Scientist, issue 46, BASES:Leeds, UK.

  • Catlow, S and Doggart L. (2015) Tape Update: K tape and Pain. International Therapist (Journal of the Federation of Holistic Therapists), issue 114, Autumn, p28-29.

  • Catlow, S & Doggart L. (2015) Stretch Characteristics of Kinesiology Tape (K tape); a practical application. SportEx Dynamics, issue 45, July, p13-17.

  • Catlow, S & Doggart L. (2015) A Review of the Research on the Relationship between Kinesiology Tape, Fascial Chains and Flexibility. Current Trends in Manual Therapy, Issue 2, April.

  • Catlow, S. and Doggart, L. (2014) A preliminary investigation into the tensile force and stretch characteristics of Kinesiology tape (K-Tape). A communication to the Sports Therapy Organisation Annual Conference, University of Birmingham, October (2014).

  • Catlow, S.L. (2010). Chapter 7 Sports Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention. Comfort, P., Abrahamson, E. Editors. Wiley Blackwell.


Expert Membership of professional bodies

Sports Therapy Organisation (STO)

Federation of Holistic therapists (FHT)

British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES)

Complementary and Natural Health Care Council (CNHC) registered. 


Other Interests

Sarah also holds professional qualifications in manual therapy, acupuncture, kinesiology tape (Rockdoc certified) and pitch side first aid. Member of the Sports Therapy Organisation (STO) Executive Committee - Education and Training Officer. Complementary and Natural Health Care Council (CNHC) registered.

 

 

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