Dr Paulina Kloskowska
Lecturer in Physiotherapy Education
Dr Paulina Kloskowska is a Lecturer in Physiotherapy Education in KCL. She qualified as a physiotherapist in 2009 from Poznan University of Medical Sciences, she then proceeded to complete her MSc Degree in Physiotherapy there. In 2012 she started her PhD at Queen Mary University (QMUL), where she investigated the biomechanical signatures of groin pain in athletes. During that time she worked with several football and rugby teams, and presented her research on a number of national and international conferences. She finished her PhD in 2016, with a title of Doctor of Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. She then moved on to investigate gait quality measurements at QMUL as a post-doctoral researcher, after that she landed the position of Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy building a new Physiotherapy programme at the University of Northampton, following that she joined KCL in April 2022. Throughout that time, Dr Paulina remained clinically active – she works in private clinic on Harley street, where she specialises in lower limb injuries, and has a special interest in chronic pain in female athletes. Her research interests include the biomechanical characteristic of movement and pain, hip and groin assessment and women’s health.