Professor Omid Khaiyat
DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES
Sports and Exercise Science/Sport Rehabilitation
0151 291 3262 .
Professor Khaiyat is currently a Professor of Musculoskeletal Physiology and Health and Associate Dean of School of Health and Sport Sciences at Liverpool Hope University. He was graduated in Medicine in 1995 (MD) and obtained PhD in Musculoskeletal Science (Sports Medicine) from the University of Liverpool in 2006. He is a fully GMC-registered medical practitioner and holds honorary contract with the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust (Upper Limb Unit - Orthopaedic and Trauma) and University of Liverpool (Musculoskeletal Biology).
Professor Khaiyatâs research focuses on using EMG in combination with other technologies to investigate normal muscle function/health, musculoskeletal pathologies, and evidence-based rehabilitation with a particular focus on upper limb. He has established a comprehensive biomechanics lab with access to speciality labs, on-site physiotherapy and sport rehabilitation clinic, and S&C suite.
He is currently the lead investigator for several RCTs including Exercise and Nutrition Interventions in Age-related Sarcopenia, Impact of intravenous iron (Ferinject) on musculoskeletal function profiles in older adults with Iron Deficiency Anaemia (IDA), and Kinematics And Muscle Activation Profiles In Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty. He is supervisor for several PhD projects.
Professor Khaiyat is the chair of the biannual Shoulder Rehabilitation Conference with the 3rd conference titled as âZebras and Horses: Thinking outside the box in shoulder painâ to take place in November 2022. He is currently a member of scientific committee for European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation (EUSSER) and collaborator of the English Institute of Sport (EIS) for upper limb research.
My research interests:
ÃâÃÂ· Integrated Kinematic (Motion Capture) and Kinetic (EMG, Force) studies of: Daily Activities; Musculoskeletal conditions (Upper extremity in particular);
Sporting Activities; Sport Injuries; Rehabilitation Exercises; Ageing/Sarcopenia
ÃâÃÂ· Outcome measurements and Health-related quality of life in musculoskeletal conditions
ÃâÃÂ· The Impact of physical activity and exercise on muscle properties in adults and older people
My ongoing external work-research collaborations:
1) English Institute of Sport (Upper Limb Research
2) Liverpool Physical Activity and Sport (PAS) Strategy 2020 (Performance and Evaluation Panel)
3) Musculoskeletal Science Research Group - University of Liverpool
4) Magnetic Resonance and Image Analysis Research Centre (MARIARC) - University of Liverpool
5) Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences - Liverpool John Moores University
6) Medical Physics & Clinical Engineering - Royal Liverpool University Hospital & University of Liverpool
7) Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals ÃÂ¢Ã¢âÂ¬Ã¢â¬Å Orthopaedics/Physiotherapy Departments
I am currently involved in several research projects as PI, Research Supervisor, and Director of Studies:
1. Health Benefits of Tennis: A Multidimensional Study of Physical and Psychosocial Functioning, Nutritional State, and Health-Related Quality of Life in Senior Tennis Players
2. The influence of Kinetic Chain sequencing on throwing performance in athletes with and without shoulder injuries
3. The multidimensional effect of supervised moderate exercise training on musculoskeletal function and health-related quality of life in age-related sarcopenia
4. An investigation into the effect of nutritional supplementation and exercise training on musculoskeletal function and health related quality of life in age-related sarcopenia
5. An investigation into the body composition, nutritional status and fitness of elite Hurling players in Ireland
6. Investigating the visuomotor and cortical mechanisms behind learning to use a prosthetic hand
7. Complex Shoulder Instability (Functional MRI and EMG)
8. Improving Coordination in Children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD)
Some of my recent publications include:
1. Alizadehkhaiyat O, Roebuck MM, Makki AT, Frostick SP. (2018) Subacromial Impingement Syndrome: An Electromyographic Study of Shoulder Girdle Muscle Fatigue (J of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 38: 136ÃÂ¢Ã¢âÂ¬Ã¢â¬Å142.
2. Alizadehkhaiyat O, Roebuck MM, Makki AT, Frostick SP. (2017) Postural Alterations in Patients with Subacromial Impingement Syndrome. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 12(7):1111-1120
3. Alizadehkhaiyat O, Roebuck MM, Makki AT, Frostick SP. (2017) Pain, Functional Disability, Psychological Status, and Health-Related Quality of Life in Patients with Subacromial Impingement Syndrome. Cogent Medicine, 4: 1406631 - doi.org/10.1080/2331205X.2017.140663
4. Wood, G, Miles, CAL, Coyles, G, Alizadehkhaiyat, O, Vine, SJ,Vickers, JN, Wilson, MR. (2017) A randomised controlled trial of a group-based,gaze training intervention for children with Developmental Coordination. PLoSOne; 10;12(2):e0171782.
5. Kirk B, Mitchell J, Jackson M, Amirabdollahian F, Alizadehkhaiyat O, Clifford T. (2017) A2 milk enhances dynamic muscle function following repeated sprint exercise, a possible ergogenic aid for A1 protein intolerant athletes?Nutrients 2017, 9, 94; doi:10.3390/nu9020094
6. Vishwanathan K, Alizadehkhaiyat O, Kemp G, Frostick S. (2017)Minimal Clinically Important Difference of Liverpool Elbow Score in Elbow Arthroplasty. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Open Access
7. Alizadehkhaiyat O, Frostick SP. (2015) Electromyographic Assessment of Forearm Muscle Function in Tennis Players With and Without Lateral Epicondylitis. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 25(6):876-86.
8. Alizadehkhaiyat O, Hawkes D, Kemp GJ, Frostick SP. (In Press)Electromyographic Analysis of the Shoulder Girdle Musculature during External Rotation Exercises. Orthopaedic Journal of Sport Medicine.
9. Alizadehkhaiyat O, Hawkes D, Kemp GJ, Frostick SP. (2015)Electromyographic Analysis of Shoulder Girdle Muscles during Common Internal Rotation Exercises. The International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy10(5):645-54
10. Alizadehkhaiyat O, Mandhari A, Wood A, Sinopidis C, Frostick S. (2015) Total Elbow Arthroplasty: A Prospective Clinical Outcome Study of Discovery Elbow System with a 4-Year Mean Follow-Up. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 24:52-9.
8. Hawkes D, Alizadehkhaiyat O, Fisher AC, Kemp GJ, Roebuck MM,Frostick SP. (2015) Electromyographic Assessment of Muscle Fatigue in Massive Rotator Cuff Tear. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 25(1):93-9
9. Alizadehkhaiyat O, Hawkes D, Kemp GJ, Howard A, Frostick SP.(2014) Upper Extremity strength and its relationship with Skeletal Muscle Mass Indices as Determined by Segmental Bio- impedance. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 114: 177-185
10. Alizadehkhaiyat O, Kyriakos A, Singer M, Frostick SP. (2013)Outcome of Copeland shoulder resurfacing arthroplasty with a 4-year mean follow-up. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 22(10):1352-8.