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30Jul

Return to play


Very few people who play sport can escape injury and our aim as medical professionals is to ensure that these are properly diagnosed, treated and advice given on when it is safe to return to full activity.

13Jul

The role of pedometers in getting more active


ISEH consultant Dr Mike Loosemore spoke to The Telegraph about the benefits of pedometer's, the importance of the number steps, pedometer accuracy and the case against them.

05Jul

High blood pressure - how often should you exercise to lower hypertension risk?


ISEH consultant Dr Mike Loosemore spoke to the Daily Express about high blood pressure and how often you should exercise to lower hypertension risk.

19Oct

Concussion in Sport: A medical Perspective


ISEH Clinical Director Prof Fares Haddad, ISEH consultant Dr Ade Ade Adejuwon and Dr Akbar de Medici give their medical perspective on concussion in sport which featured in Nursing in Practice.

12Oct

Why are there so many injuries at the Rugby World Cup?


ISEH consultant Dr Rick Seah spoke to BBC Newsround about the reasons for so many injuries during the Rugby World Cup.

17Sep

Luke Shaw injury: how long will Manchester United defender be out?


ISEH consultant Dr Kal Parmar spoke to The Guardian about the injury Manchester United's Luke Shaw suffered on Tuesday night against PSV Eindhoven.

26Aug

Healthy for Men Magazine


Ahead of the Rugby World Cup the ISEH features in the September addition of Healthy for Men magazine in a feature on rugby fitness and training with England Rugby star Tom Youngs.

03Jun

Dr Mike Loosemore on BBC Londondrive time with Eddie Nestor


BBC London Drivetime DJ Eddie Nestor visited the ISEH and met Dr Mike Loosemore and ISEH Research Technician Amy Jones to undertake a range of physical tests in preparation for his charity climb to Kilimanjaro.

22Apr

Epilepsy and exercise


ISEH consultant Eleanor Tillett recently contributed an article to the Epilepsy Society’s member magazine Epilepsy Review.

26Mar

Starring role for ISEH in BBC blood documentary


The Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH) set the scene for a revealing BBC documentary looking at the extraordinary abilities of blood to adapt and keep us alive.

12Dec

ISEH consultant calls for schools to promote low-level activity


Schools should "redefine" physical activity, focussing on low-level effort rather than strenuous exercise, says ISEH consultant,Dr Mike Loosemore. He argues cramming "heavy exercise" into a crowded school curriculum does not work.

10Oct

Mike Loosemore on headguards


In an interview with the Telegraph, Dr Mike Loosemore has warned those in charge of rugby against introducing headguards as part of their efforts to combat the rise in head injuries within the sport.