Todd Stretton is a physiotherapy lecturer at AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand. Todd completed his Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in 2010, investigating eye and body movement strategies during turning tasks in older adults at risk of falls and was involved in other studies investigating anticipatory postural adjustments.
Current research interests include the integration of digital technology into healthcare education. He is involved in projects that integrate technology to assist neurological conditions (i.e. apps to assist those with brain injury) and as an adjunction to improving physical activity.
Todd was involved in data collection, analysis and reporting for the national gait analysis lab for three years, and was the Programme Leader- Curriculum for nearly four years. He is currently the Chair of the Neurology Special Interest Group of Physiotherapy New Zealand and is a reviewer of international curriculum for the Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand.