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New research in sports rehabilitation.

PhD research in exercise physiology to investigate the role of Myovolt in injury prevention and recovery.

We are really pleased to welcome Hannah Tiedt to the research team at Myovolt. Hannah has been awarded a Callaghan Innovation R&D Fellowship for PhD research at Auckland University of Technology in the Sports Performance Research Institute.

Hannah will be conducting research towards a PhD in the field of musculoskeletal strength and conditioning with particular focus on developing exercise training protocols for lower body injury rehabilitation. Her studies will investigate the acute effects of localised vibration therapy on neuromuscular performance with the objective to develop strength and conditioning practices that help physiotherapists and rehab specialists reduce or prevent injuries in athletes.

Working within the Strength and Conditioning laboratory at AUT Millennium facilities, Hannah will be supervised by Prof. John Cronin and Dr. Aaron Uthoff, leading experts in human movement research and biomechanics.

With an academic background in sports performance, Hannah says her real passion lies in the rehabilitation field where she wants to be able to help both athletes and the wider population.

“My desire to help others comes from personal experience. I had my own rehab journey. I’ve had surgery on both my knees, as I was born with misaligned patellar tendon bones. I went through a six month rehab journey and thought, oh, this is something I want to help people with someday too.”

“I’m grateful and excited for the opportunity to work with Myovolt. I really think the research will lead to a breakthrough in the recovery and rehabilitation field” says Hannah.

Myovolt co-founder Dr Dianne Jones says that deep-tech research to understand complex problems is essential to any company wanting to develop new products that make a difference to people.

“Research and development is at the heart of what we do at Myovolt and we are really looking forward to working closely with Hannah and the academic team at AUT. The collaboration will provide an in-depth understanding of how our technology can be optimized to deliver the highest impact for people. We expect the research to contribute novel and important knowledge in the area of neuromuscular rehabilitation and it will have wide application within the physiotherapy field.”

New research in sports rehabilitation.

PhD study in exercise physiology to investigate role of Myovolt in injury prevention and recovery.

We are really pleased to welcome Hannah Tiedt to the research team at Myovolt. Hannah has been awarded a Callaghan Innovation R&D Fellowship for PhD research at Auckland University of Technology in the Sports Performance Research Institute.

Hannah will be conducting research towards a PhD in the field of musculoskeletal strength and conditioning with particular focus on developing exercise training protocols for lower body injury rehabilitation. Her studies will investigate the acute effects of localised vibration therapy on neuromuscular performance with the objective to develop strength and conditioning practices that help physiotherapists and rehab specialists reduce or prevent injuries in athletes.

Working within the Strength and Conditioning laboratory at AUT Millennium facilities, Hannah will be supervised by Prof. John Cronin and Dr. Aaron Uthoff, leading experts in human movement research and biomechanics.

With an academic background in sports performance, Hannah says her real passion lies in the rehabilitation field where she wants to be able to help both athletes and the wider population.

“My desire to help others comes from personal experience. I had my own rehab journey. I’ve had surgery on both my knees, as I was born with misaligned patellar tendon bones. I went through a six month rehab journey and thought, oh, this is something I want to help people with someday too.”

“I’m grateful and excited for the opportunity to work with Myovolt. I really think the research will lead to a breakthrough in the recovery and rehabilitation field” says Hannah.

Myovolt co-founder Dr Dianne Jones says that deep-tech research to understand complex problems is essential to any company wanting to develop new products that make a difference to people.

“Research and development is at the heart of what we do at Myovolt and we are really looking forward to working closely with Hannah and the academic team at AUT. The collaboration will provide an in-depth understanding of how our technology can be optimized to deliver the highest impact for people. We expect the research to contribute novel and important knowledge in the area of neuromuscular rehabilitation and it will have wide application within the physiotherapy field.”