Index to Chiropractic Literature
Index to Chiropractic Literature
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Journal ID Article Title Author(s)
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 2019(42:7): 532-540 26065 Kinematic characteristics of sit-to-stand movements in patients with low back pain: A systematic review
  • Sedrez JA
  • de Mesquita PV
  • Gelain GM
  • Candotti CT
BMC Musculoskel Disord: 2007(8:44): Online access only 19995 Reproducibility of postural control measurement during unstable sitting in low back pain patients
  • Van Daele U
  • Huyvaert S
  • Hagman F
  • Duquet W
  • Van Gheluwe B
  • Vaes P
BMC Musculoskel Disord: 2007(8:118): Online access only 19970 The effectiveness of motorised lumbar traction in the management of LBP with lumbo sacral nerve root involvement: A feasibility study [randomized controlled trial]
  • Harte AA
  • Baxter GD
  • Gracey JH
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 2007(30:7): 501-508 19727 The reproducibility of a clinical grading system of motor control in patients with low back pain
  • Sedaghat N
  • Latimer J
  • Maher C
  • Wisbey-Roth T
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 2004(27:5): 314-326 17257 Central neuronal plasticity, low back pain and spinal manipulative therapy
  • Boal RW
  • Gillette RG
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2004(27:4): 267-274 17026 Paraspinal muscles and intervertebral dysfunction: Part one
  • Gibbons P
  • Fryer G
  • Morris T
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2004(27:1): 57-62 16507 Biomechanical assessments of lumbar spinal function. How low back pain sufferers differ from normals. Implications for outcome measures research. Part I: kinematic assessments of lumbar function
  • Lehman GJ
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2003(26:1): 25-33 16213 Comparative analysis of low-back loading on chiropractors using various workstation table heights and performing various tasks
  • Lorme KJ
  • Naqvi SA
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Oct 2002(25:8): 497-503 15817 Evaluation of a specific home exercise program for low back pain [randomized controlled trial]
  • Normand MC
  • Descarreaux M
  • Laurencelle L
  • Dugas C
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 2002(25:4): 209-215 15777 Endogenous opioid effects on motoneuron pool excitablility: potential analgesic effect of acute exercise [clinical trial]
  • Bulbulian R
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 2002(25:1): 42-48 15721 The reliability of multitest regimens with sacroiliac pain provocation tests [randomized controlled trial]
  • Aufdemkampe G
  • Van der Wurff P
  • Kokmeyer DJ
  • Fickenscher TCM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 2001(24:6): 402-406 15320 Effects of a mechanical pain stimulus on erector spinae activity before and after a spinal manipulation in patients with back pain: a preliminary investigation
  • Lehman GJ
  • McGill SM
  • Vernon HT
Chiropr J Aust: Sep 1998(28:3): 83-90 1120 Persistent pain: A review
  • Innes S
Eur J Chiropr: Aug 1997(45:2): 53 2200 The psychophysiology of low back pain [book review] by Nicola Adams, Douglas N. Taylor and Michael J. Rose
  • Bolton JE
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1995(18:1): 25-28 4630 A comparison of hip and lumbopelvic inflexibility and low back pain in runners and cyclists
  • Brier SR
  • Nyfield B
Am Chiropr: May-Jun 1995(17:3): 20-23 4267 CHIROPRACTIC CARE, REHABILITATION & BODY BUILDING
  • Sanacore WM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 1993(16:3): 140-149 6255 Correlates of myoelectric asymmetry detected in low back pain patients using hand-held post-style surface electromyography.
  • Leach RA
  • Owens EF Jr
  • Giesen JM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jan 1993(16:1): 14-18 6387 The relationship between the St. Thomas and Oswestry disability scores and the severity of low back pain
  • Co YY
  • Eaton S
  • Maxwell MW
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: May 1992(15:4): 224-234 7138 Lumbar motion trends and correlation with low back pain. Part II. A roentgenological evaluation of quantitative segmental motion in lateral bending
  • Haas M
  • Nyiendo J
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Mar-Apr 1992(15:3): 145-158 7291 Lumbar motion trends and correlation with low back pain. Part I. A roentgenological evaluation of coupled lumbar motion in lateral bending
  • Haas M
  • Nyiendo J
  • Peterson C
  • Thiel H
  • Sellers T
  • Dal Mas E
  • Kirton C
  • Cassidy D
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1992(15:5): 299-308 7081 Pathogenesis of chronic back pain
  • Liebenson CS
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1992(15:6): 409-410 6981 Lumbar motion trends and correlation with low back pain. Part I. A. Roentgenological evaluation of coupled lumbar motion in lateral bending [letter]
  • Lawrence DJ
  • Rollis CM
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jul-Aug 1992(15:6): 382-387 6973 Proximal tibiofibular joint dysfunction and chronic knee and low back pain [case report]
  • Defranca GG
DC Tracts: Dec 1991(3:): 298-304 7552 DETERMINANTS OF VOCATIONAL DISABILITY IN PATIENTS WITH LOW BACK PAIN [ANALYSIS BY JAMES R. BRANDT]
  • Frymoyer JW
  • Haugh LD
  • Milhous RL
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Jun 1988(11:3): 158-164 11387 Correlates of low back pain in a general population sample: A multidisciplinary perspective
  • Roncarati A
  • McMullen W
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Aug 1988(11:4): 337-338 11222 Exercise and smoking habits in patients with and without low back and leg pain [letter]
  • Converse TA
Am Chiropr: Mar 1986(:): 12-14+ 13402 A PRE- AND POST-MORTEM STUDY OF A LOW BACK CASE
  • Reinert OC
J Manipulative Physiol Ther: Sep 1985(8:3): 137-145 13939 Myoelectric paraspinal response to spinal loads: Potential for monitoring low back pain
  • Triano JJ
  • Luttges M
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