School of Sport and Wellbeing
Darwin Building, DB217
+44 (0) 1772 89 2796
Dr Sinclair obtained his PhD in Biomechanics here at University of Central Lancashire and teaches across a range of courses and modules within Sport Exercise & Nutritional Sciences. He is research active in sport & exercise biomechanics, and his research interests primarily involve exploration of the effectiveness of a number of conservative treatments for a range of different sports injuries.
Dr Sinclair is also a passionate teacher of both sport and exercise sciences & statistics and incorporates his research interests, expertise and theory into the modules that he delivers.
Effects of a Prophylactic Knee Sleeve on Anterior Cruciate Ligament Loading During Sport Specific Movement, Journal of Sport Rehabilitation.
Influence of a knee brace intervention on perceived pain and patellofemoral loading in recreational athletes, Clinical Biomechanics.
The effect of minimalist, maximalist and energy return footwear of equal mass on running economy and substrate utilization. Comparative Exercise Physiology.
The Influence of Minimalist and Maximalist Footwear on Patellofemoral Kinetics During Running, Journal of Applied Biomechanics.