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Our Research

Our clinic and it’s staff are constantly updating our knowledge base and skills with the best and latest evidence based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation techniques. In addition, our team has been involved in creating research in conjunction with both Macquarie University and the University of Sydney, as well collaborating with global universities. Our staff have presented at international conferences and also assist in organising conferences such the Australian Physiotherapy Association conference.

From time to time, our clinic may be involved in research and you may even be asked to take part as a participant in a research trial. This is an exciting way that you, as a patient, may help to push our knowledge base even further forward.

Research publications by members of our team include:

 

Does the addition of visceral manipulation improve outcomes for patients with low back pain? Rationale and study protocol

PanagopoulosM HancockP Ferreira – Journal of bodywork and Manipulative Therapies, 2013 Elsevier

 

Does anterior trunk pain predict a different course of recovery in chronic low back pain?

PanagopoulosMJ HancockA KongstedJ Hush, P Kent – PAIN®, 2014 – Elsevier

 

Does the addition of visceral manipulation alter outcomes for patients with low back pain? A randomized placebo-controlled trial

Panagopoulos, MJ Hancock, P Ferreira, J Hush, P Petocz- European Journal of Pain, 2015 – Wiley Online Library

 

Do MRI findings change over a period of up to 1 year in patients with low back pain and/or sciatica?: a systematic review

PanagopoulosJ Hush, D Steffens, MJ Hancock – Spine, 2017 – journals.lww.com

 

Prospective comparison of changes in lumbar spine MRI findings over time between individuals with acute low Back pain and controls: an exploratory study

PanagopoulosJS Magnussen, J Hush, CG Maher, M Crites-Battie, J Jarvik, TS Jensen and M Hancock – American Journal of Neuroradiology, 2017 – Am Soc Neuroradiology

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