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Dr Pete Ladlow joined the Academic Department of Military Rehabilitation (ADMR) at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC), Headley Court (United Kingdom) in 2013 before moving to its new facility at Stanford Hall in 2018. Previously, Pete worked at the Sports Training Village at the University of Bath as a UKSCA accredited strength and conditioning coach (2008 to 2013). He completed his postgraduate studies at Loughborough University (MSc) and University of Bath (PhD). Pete is the strength and conditioning (exercise physiology) in military rehabilitation research lead for the UK Ministry of Defence. Research interests include investigating the effect of rehabilitation and novel intervention strategies in UK military personnel with traumatic lower-limb injuries, with a primary focus on investigating how to better integrate the principles of S&C into MSK rehabilitation. 

External positions

Higher Scientific Officer, Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, Stanford Hall

1 Oct 2015 → …

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The tribulations of trials: Lessons learnt recruiting 777 older adults into REtirement in ACTion (REACT), a trial of a community, group-based active ageing intervention targeting mobility disability

Withall, J., Greaves, C. J., Thompson, J. L., De Koning, J., bollen, J. C., Moorlock, S., Fox, K. R., Western, M., Snowsill, T., Medina-Lara, A., Cross, R., Ladlow, P., Taylor, G., Zisi, V., Clynes, J., Gray, S., Agyapong-Badu, S., Guralnik, J., Rejeski, J. & Stathi, A., 9 Mar 2020, In : Journal of Gerontology: series A - Medical Sciences. glaa051.

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Cognitive functional therapy (CFT)-based rehabilitation improves clinical outcomes in UK military personnel with persistent low back pain

Conway, D., Ladlow, P., Ferreira, J., Mani-Babu, S. & Bennett, A., 10 May 2019, In : Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps.

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Passive-dynamic ankle-foot orthosis improves medium-term clinical outcomes after severe lower extremity trauma

Ladlow, P., Bennett, N., Phillip, R., Dharm-Datta, S., McMenemy, L. & Bennett, A., 31 Oct 2019, In : Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps. 165, 5, p. 330-337

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Predicting ambulatory energy expenditure in lower limb amputees using multi-sensor methods

Ladlow, P., Nightingale, T. E., Polly McGuigan, M., Bennett, A. N., Phillip, R. D. & Bilzon, J. L. J., 31 Jan 2019, In : PLoS ONE. 14, 1, p. 1-18 18 p., e0209249.

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1 Citation (Scopus)

Low-load resistance training with blood flow restriction improves clinical outcomes in musculoskeletal rehabilitation: A single-blind randomized controlled trial

Ladlow, P., Coppack, R. J., Dharm-Datta, S., Conway, D., Sellon, E., Patterson, S. D. & Bennett, A. N., 10 Sep 2018, In : Frontiers in Physiology. 9, p. 1-14 14 p., 1269.

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  • 14 Citations (Scopus)