Alicja R Kucharska


Alicja Rutkowska-Kucharska - professor at University School of Physical Education in Wroclaw in Poland. From 2002 she was a director of Department of Biomechanics. PhD degree she received in sports biomechanics. She has completed post-graduate studies in Biomechanics at the Institute for Aircraft Engineering and Applied Mechanics at Warsaw University of Technology. She was a member of the Executive Board of International Council of Sport Science and Physical Educations. Now, she is a member of the Executive Board of Polish Society of Biomechanics and Council of Biomedical Engineering Polish Academy of Science. She visited Cooper Institute for Aerobics Research in Dallas, National Institute for Fitness and Sport in Indianapolis and Indiana University in Bloomington. She was invited lecture in Pre-Olympic Congress in Thessaloniki, The Second International Forum on Women, Sport and Culture in Beijing, 24th International Council for Physical Activity and Fitness Research Symposium in Wroclaw and during many Symposium and Congresses in Poland. From 2008 to 2017 she was an editor in chief of the journal “Human Movement”. She has published over of 100 scientific papers. She is a lecturer at the Department of Physiotherapy, Department of Physical Education and Department of Sport Sciences. She is also the teaches - lectures and exercises on physical activity- at the University of the Third Age.

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During the last ten years, my primary areas of research are: overload in sports activities, prevention in LBP, asymmetry in sport and walking.

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