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Recruitment and retention of healthcare professionals in rural Canada: a systematic review (in press) (Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine, 2019)Introduction: This review explores a pertinent issue for healthcare professionals and recruiters alike; which factors are most important in the recruitment and retention of these professionals in rural practice in Canada. ...
(JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, 2019)Objective: The objective of this review is to identify and map current literature describing the center of rotation locations and migration paths during lumbar spine movements. Introduction: The importance of lumbar ...
Are exposures to seated postures associated with immediate increases in back pain? A systematic review of studies with objectively measured sitting time (in press) (Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 2019)
Determining the reliability of a custom built seated stadiometry set-up for measuring spinal height in participants with chronic low back pain (Applied Ergonomics, 2016)Indirect measurement of disc hydration can be obtained through measures of spinal height using stadiometry. However, specialised stadiometers for this are often custom-built and expensive. Generic wall-mounted stadiometers ...
A randomized controlled trial of the effects of isolated lumbar extension exercise on lumbar kinematic pattern variability during gait in chronic low back pain (PM&R, 2016)Background: Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is a multifactorial condition with a variety of symptoms, one of which is abnormal gait. The lumbar spine and its musculature are important in controlling gait, and in CLBP the ...