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Victoria McIntyre

Victoria McIntyre

Lecturer

Faculty of Sport, Health and Social Sciences

Biography

Victoria joined the sport and exercise therapy team at Solent University in 2020.

She completed her undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University in 2011. On graduating, for two years she worked part-time in academy football alongside a rotational role with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. In 2013, she moved into football full-time and over seven years has enjoyed work with Hamilton Academical FC, AFC Bournemouth and Arsenal FC. She has been fortunate to have worked with the Scottish Football Association alongside her club duties, travelling with both men’s and women’s youth squads for international tournaments.

She completed an MSc in Sports Injury Rehabilitation at the University of Salford in 2019.

Taught courses

Further information

Research interests

Victoria's experience has fostered a keen interest in athlete development and rehabilitation within a high-performance environment.

Recent publications

Victoria McIntyre, Graeme Hopper, Gordon Mackay. ‘Anterior cruciate ligament repair in a professional soccer player using internal brace ligament augmentation: a case report focusing on rehabilitation’, Surgical Technology International, Volume 35, 2019, Pages 341-348

Awards

Football Medical and Performance Award, 2016.