Mr Paul McLaughlin

Job title

Clinical specialist physiotherapist in haemophilia

Qualifications

BSc (Hons), MSc, MMACP

Contact details

Phone number: 020 7830 2274

Email address: p.mclaughlin@nhs.net

Related services

Katharine Dormandy haemophilia and thrombosis centre, Physiotherapy

Biography

Mr McLaughlin is a specialist physiotherapist in the assessment and treatment of the musculoskeletal effects of haemophilic bleeding. His clinical interests are chronic musculoskeletal pain in haemophilia, lower limb biomechanics, and the use of manual therapy. His research interests are concerned with patient reported function living with joint disease and patient specific outcome measures.

Publications

Management of muscle haematomas in patients with severe haemophilia in an evidence poor world
Sorensen B, Benson G, Bladen M, Classey S, Keeling D, McLaughlin P, Yee TT, Makris M
Haemophilia (2011) 1-9

Knee arthropathy: when things go wrong
Solimeno L, Luck J, Fondanesche C, McLaughlin P, Narayan P, Sabbour A, Sohail T, Pasta G
Haemophilia, 2012, 18, (suppl 4)105-111

The effects of repetitive haemarthrosis on postural balance in children with haemophilia
Souza F, McLaughlin P, Pereira R P, Minuque N P, Mello H M, Siqueira C, Villaça P, Tanaka C
Haemophilia, 2013, 1-6

The effect of neutral cushioned running shoes on the intra-articular force in the haemophilic ankle
McLaughlin P, Chowdary P, Woledge R, McCarthy A, Mayagoitia R
Clinical Biomechanics, 2013, 28, 672-678

Development of haemophilic arthropathy of the ankle: results of a Delphi consensus survey on potential contributory factors
McCarthy A, Moore A, Redhead L, McLaughlin P, Iorio A, Chowdary P
Haemophilia, 2014, 1-8

A case-control study assessing bone mineral density in severe haemophilia A in the UK
Wells A.J, McLaughlin P, Simmonds J, Prouse P.J, Prelevic G, Gill S, Chowdary P
Haemophilia (2014) 1-7

Joint assessment in haemophilia-current physiotherapist practice in the UK
McLaughlin P, Bladen M, Holland M. Khair K
Journal of Haemophilia Practice, Oct 2014; 1(3): 9-13