Lee Ingle

Professor Lee Ingle

Professor

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Department of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences

Qualifications

  • BSc (University of Sunderland )
  • MSc (Leeds Beckett University)
  • PhD (University of Hull)

Summary

Professor Lee Ingle is affiliated with the Department of Sport, Health & Exercise Science. He was formerly the Head of School for Life Sciences, and prior to that Head of Sport, Health & Exercise Science.

Undergraduate

Founder of:

MSc Cardiovascular Rehabilitation

MSc Cancer Rehabilitation

MSc Clinical Exercise Physiology

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

A Double-blind Randomized Controlled Trial for the Effects of Dry Needling on Upper Limb Dysfunction in Patients with Stroke

Tavakol, Z., Shariat, A., Ansari, N., Ghannadi, S., Honarpishe, R., Dommerholt, J., …Ingle, L. (in press). A Double-blind Randomized Controlled Trial for the Effects of Dry Needling on Upper Limb Dysfunction in Patients with Stroke. Acupuncture and Electro-Therapeutics Research, 45(2-4), 115-124. https://doi.org/10.3727/036012921X16112663844923

A comprehensive screening protocol to identify incidence of lower back pain in military office workers

Alizadeh, R., Shariat, A., Hakakzadeh, A., Selk-Ghaffari, M., Damavandi, P., Honarpishe, R., & Ingle, L. (in press). A comprehensive screening protocol to identify incidence of lower back pain in military office workers. Journal of Pain Management, 13(1),

Sudden cardiac death in athletes: A mini-review

Soori, R., Gharehlo, A., Hashemi, N., Hashemi, N., & Ingle, L. (2020). Sudden cardiac death in athletes: A mini-review. World Heart Journal, 21(1), 71-76

The Rating of Perceived Exertion at the Ventilatory Anaerobic Threshold in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease - Prescribing Implications for Exercise-Based Cardiovascular Rehabilitation: A CARE CR study

Nichols, S., Engin, B., Carroll, S., Buckley, J., & Ingle, L. (in press). The Rating of Perceived Exertion at the Ventilatory Anaerobic Threshold in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease - Prescribing Implications for Exercise-Based Cardiovascular Rehabilitation: A CARE CR study. Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine,

Considering the feasibility, tolerability and safety of high intensity interval training as a novel treatment for patients with intermittent claudication

Pymer, S., Ibeggazene, S., Palmer, J., Smith, G., Carroll, S., Ingle, L., …Chetter, I. (in press). Considering the feasibility, tolerability and safety of high intensity interval training as a novel treatment for patients with intermittent claudication. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention, https://doi.org/10.1097/HCR.0000000000000551

Research interests

The therapeutic benefits of exercise and physical activity on health and disease outcomes

Rehabilitation and prehabilitation in clinical populations

Public health

Lifestyle modification and behaviour change

Postgraduate supervision

The therapeutic benefits of exercise and physical activity on health and disease outcomes

Rehabilitation and prehabilitation in clinical populations

Public health

Lifestyle modification and behaviour change

Membership/Fellowship of professional body

Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology

2015 - 2017