Steven Lindley, Ph.D.
Steven has an academic background in Sports and Exercise Science (2008) and Sports Therapy (2010), including 5+ year’s experience in clinical and applied settings. More recently completing his doctoral work (2015) investigating the neuromuscular, biomechanical and clinical factors within Patellofemoral Pain; explicitly focusing on the motor unit control and joint stability strategies.
Steven’s work with Delsys as the European Manager (Manchester, UK) is not entirely commercially oriented. By using his biomechanical and neuromuscular background his role in the company has a clear emphasis on education and application support; happily engaging with customers, from undergraduates to professors, about the varied applications of Delsys’s technology.
Research interests and topics include: efficacy of clinical interventions on the motor control system, motor unit behaviour in musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, effectiveness of training modalities in sports performance and application of innovative technology in clinical and applied settings
S Lindley, J Richards, J Selfe, The Neuromuscular Portfolio: How is tape changing movement? International Patellofemoral Pain Research Retreat (IPFPRR), Manchester, UK; 09/2015
S Lindley, J Richards, J Selfe, Neuromuscular, Biomechanical and Cognitive Strategies: How Can Tape Alter Control? International Society of Biomechanics, Glasgow, UK; 07/2015
J Richards, S Lindley, Walking and Running Gait and its Modification using Foot Orthoses: How can we measure change? British Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists (BAPO); 03/2015
Richards J, Lindley S., The biomechanics of knee bracing and taping: A focus on eccentrics and proprioception. British Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists (BAPO); 03/2015
RJ Minns, J Richards, S Lindley, I Smithson, Accelerations experienced on a bus journey. 1st North of England Falls Summit, Leeds, UK; 03/2015
J Richards, S Lindley, Assessment of the lower limb: new tools for clinical practice. Société Francophone d’Analyse du Mouvement chez l’Enfant et l’Adulte, Université de Genève; 02/2015
S Lindley, K May, J Richards, Whole-Body Vibration and Balance Training: A Proprioceptive Overload? European College of Sports Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 07/2014
J Richards, S Lindley, Surface EMG Decomposition: A new tool for evaluating muscle function. British Society of Clinical Neurophysiology; 06/2014
J Richards, S Lindley, EMG and Accelerometery as clinical measurement tools in physical therapy. European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy; 05/2014
J Richards, S Lindley, J Selfe, Surface EMG Decomposition of Vastus Medialis and Vastus Lateralis: Can Tape Alter Neuromuscular Control? British Journal of Sports Medicine 03/2014; 48(6):e1 paper 30. · 5.03 Impact Factor
S Lindley, User Group Meeting: Surface EMG in Biomechanics. Qualisys User Group Meeting, Liverpool, UK; 10/2013
M Vilas-Boras, S Lindley, J Richards, EMG Decomposition of Vastus Medialis and Vastus Lateralis in trained versus untrained subjects. ECSS; 01/2013
J Richards, S Lindley, M Sutcliffe, J Selfe, The use of springs in sports footwear, the next big thing or reinventing the wheel? ECSS; 01/2013
S Lindley, P Contessa, N Suresh, Novel sEMG Decomposition system for the study of Motor Units and Muscle Activation. International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology, Brisbane, Australia; 07/2012