I’m course lead and senior lecturer in Sports Therapy. I have taught on the BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy degree since 2015 and have taught across all three levels (4, 5 & 6) of the degree. I have taught and been a module lead on a variety of different modules; clinical, rehabilitation and research. My expertise are in a clinical or rehabilitation setting where I am able to utilise both my teaching and industry experience.
I have industry experience in both a clinical and field setting. I owned a Sports Therapy Clinic ('Warnett Sports Therapy') and worked as a therapist providing sports massage, injury assessment and injury rehabiliation to clients in the local area. I have worked with Burton Albion Ladies FC as 'Head of Medical' where I led a team of qualified Sports Therapists and placement students treating teams from U16 to ladies first XI. I provided pitchside emergency trauma management, injury assessments and injury rehabilitation.
In my current roles I plan and deliver undergraduate teaching, support the students both academically and pastorally, and organise opportunities which enrich the students learning and experience of which I am very passionate about.
Professional memberships and activities
- BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy
- PG Cert Higher and Professional Education
- Sports Trauma Management - LUBAS
- KT 1, 2, 3 & 4 – Kinesiotape Association
- Faculty Trainer - Kinesiotape Association
- Lower Extremity Anatomy
- Upper Extremity Anatomy
- Clinical Assessment and Manual Interventions
- Exercise Prescription
- Peripheral and Vertebral Assessment and Treatments
- Exercise for Rehabilitation
- Professional Placement
- Undergraduate Dissertations
Stanhope, E., Naemi, R., Bateman, S., Warnett, R., & Burt, D. (2019). The effects of cryocompression (GameReady) therapy on shoulder joint proprioception: Protocol. Retrieved from https://osf.io/rw5dz
CHILL; The effects of pitchside/courtside CryotHerapy Interventions on determinants of human physicaL performance: a systematic review and meta-anaLysis
COLD; The effects of CryOcompression (Gameready) on shouLDer proprioception in health adults