Dr.Mark Hines is an exercise physiologist and biomechanist, with a background in ultra-endurance racing and adventures. His doctorate was in the biomechanics and neurophysiology of hip-spine interaction in individuals with low back pain.
Mark lectures on human physiology, exercise physiology, nutrition and clinical dietetics, and research methods. His main areas of interest are endurance exercise in extreme environments, exercise rehabilitation, and biomechanics of the spine, hip and ankle joints.
Mark has worked with Master’s students to produce publishable research on relationships between muscle stiffness, range of motion, function and injuries.