Fredrik Johansson

PhD, Leg Naprapat, ESTESS D.SM, D.T

Professional education         

1993-1997 full time studies at the Scandinavian College of Manual Medicine, Stockholm, Sweden. Naprapathic exam 1997.


Master education                      

Children and adolescent health and disease prevention (2006-2008), Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.


Title Master’s thesis              

“National team tennis players born 1985-1997. Effect on the capacity profile on a national team level after implementation of a strategy for physical tests and training”


Doctoral training                  

Karolinska institute doctoral school program, during the years 2012-2017.


Phd Defense

21st of June 2017, University of Ghent, Belgium. Supervisor: Ann Cools, PhD. Moderator: Per Renström, Professor emeritus.


Title of thesis                       

The shoulder in the elite adolescent tennis player: exploration of structural and functional sport specific adaptations.

         

"From International Presentations to Unplugged Meetings"

Tennis Coaching, Sports Science and Sports Medicine


1989-1993 Full-time professional tennis-coach at Huddinge Tennis club, SWE.


1990 Educated by ESTESS Tennis in Seefeld, Austria.


1992 Educated by the Swedish Tennis-federation as a Tennis-coach (level 3), highest level at the time being.


1997-2013 Physiotherapist (manual medicine, Naprapathy) in private practice, Sportsmedicine AB


2006-2013 Lecturer part-time at the Scandinavian College of manual therapy, responsible for the sports medicine program (course is 15 ECTS)


2006-2016 Swedish Tennis Federation - Head of physical training, physical tests, screenings and strategic guidelines for national top players in Sweden.


2006-2016 Swedish Olympic Committee, resource for Tennis via the Swedish Tennis Federation (see above).


2009 Naprapath (manual therapist) of the year 2009, voted by the Swedish Naprapathic Board.


2013 Physio/Naprapath for the Swedish Davis Cup Team.


2014- 2016 Medical chief at Cityakuten Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine clinic, Stockholm.


2014- ongoing Senior lecturer in Sports Medicine at the Scandinavian College of manual therapy.


2020 - ongoing Director of Tennis Research and Performance Group, Sophiahemmet, Stockholm, Sweden


2021 - ongoing Director of Athletic Performance at Good to Great Tennis Academy, Stockholm, Sweden.