Jeremy Witchalls

Dr, Assistant Prof

Accepting PhD Students


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Jeremy has been a clinical physiotherapist since 1989, with particular experience in musculoskeletal injuries. He first qualified in England, and worked in the NHS before moving to Australia, after which he worked in private practice, and for the Australian Defence Force for 10 years.

Areas of Teaching:

  • Physiotherapy

Research Interests:

  • PhD and ongoing research into the role of somatosensory  perception (proprioception) in injury and performance.
  • Clinical interventions for musculoskeletal performance and injury
  • Injury surveillance and prevention
  • Military human performance

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Research Output

Proprioceptive abilities improve in expert skiers and snowboarders from early-season to mid-season

Dickson, T. J., Witchalls, J., Terwiel, F. A., Jaros, R., Waddington, G. & McGrath, B., May 2020, In : Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. p. 1-19 19 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • The Effect of Acute Body Unloading on Somatosensory Performance, Motor Activation, and Visuomotor Tasks

    Marchant, A., Ball, N., Witchalls, J., Waddington, G., Mulavara, A. P. & Bloomberg, J. J., 17 Apr 2020, In : Frontiers in Physiology. 11, p. 1-12 12 p., 318.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
  • A New Functional Screening Tool For Lower Limb Injury Risk: A Retrospective Cohort Study

    Jiang, L., Shi, S., Shi, X., Yang, Z., Waddington, G., Witchalls, J., Adams, R., El-Ansary, D. & Han, J., Jun 2019, In : Medicine Science in Sports Exercise. 51, 6S, p. 936-936 1 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalMeeting Abstract

  • Can methamphetamine-dependent individuals improve fitness and quality of life through aerobic exercise?

    Jiakuan, W., Chenglin, Z., Jia, H., Witchalls, J. & Waddington, G., Oct 2019, In : Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 22, Supplement 2, p. 35-35 1 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalMeeting Abstract

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