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Sport, Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

 Mohammed Alrashidi

Mohammed Alrashidi

PhD student

 Richards Building Mezzanine - 119


Richard's Building, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK


Mohammed is a physiotherapist and currently working towards a PhD in virtual reality and its implementation in the rehabilitation of children with cerebral palsy. My PhD aims to investigate the potential of virtual reality and understand how it can improve rehabilitation outcomes.
Mohammed's PhD is supervised by Dr Gavin Buckingham, Professor Craig Williams & Dr Richard Tomlinson.


  • MSc in Neurorehabilitation - University of Nottingham
  • BSc in Physiotherapy (1st class) - Taibah University


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Research interests

My research interests span virtual reality-based rehabilitation, implementation research, upper limb rehabilitation, and motor control and learning in people with cerebral palsy.

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Journal articles

Alrashidi M, Wadey CA, Tomlinson RJ, Buckingham G, Williams CA (2023). The efficacy of virtual reality interventions compared with conventional physiotherapy in improving the upper limb motor function of children with cerebral palsy: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials. Disabil Rehabil, 45(11), 1773-1783. Abstract.  Author URL.

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