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Supporting Research

Supporting Research Studies

Effect of Feedback on Learning a Vertebral Joint Mobilization Skill
Michael Lee, Anne Moseley and Kathryn Refshauge

The Effect of Training on Physical Therapists' Ability to Apply Specified Forces of Palpation
Jenny Keating, Thomas A Matyas and Timothy M Bach

Motor skill learning and performance: a review of influential factors
Gabriele Wulf1, Charles Shea2, Rebecca Lewthwaite

Quantitative feedback versus standard training for cervical and thoracic manipulation
John J Triano, DC, PhDa, Carolyn M Rogersb, Sarah Combs, DCc, David Potts, DCd, Kenneth Sorrels, DCe

Developing skilled performance of lumbar spine manipulation
John J. Triano, DC, PhD, Carolyn M. Rogers, MSBMEa, Sarah Combs, DCb, David Potts, DCb, Kenneth Sorrels, DCb

Quantifying the High-Velocity, Low-Amplitude Spinal Manipulative Thrust: A Systematic Review
Aron S. Downie, MChiroa, Subramanyam Vemulpad, MSc, PhDb, Peter W. Bull, DC, MAppScc

Chiropractic: the Challenge of Avoiding Injury
Harrison Ndetan, MSc, MPH, DrPH, Parker College of Chiropractic Research Institute, Published on February 5, 2008


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Kawchuk, G; Herzog, W. (1993) Biomechanical characterization (fingerprinting) of five novel methods cervical spine manipulation. Journal of Manipulative Physiological Therapy; 16: 573-7.

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Good, CJ (1993). Aspects of learning issues relevant to the chiropractic adjustment. Journal of Chiropractic Education; 7: 19-28.

Byfield D; (2005). Chiropractic Manipulative Skills, 2nd ed. London (UK): Elsevier, Ltd.

Waddington, G; Lau, G. (2007) Manual application of controlled forces to thoracic and lumbar spine with a device: rated comfort for the receiver's back and the applier's hands. Journal of Manipulative Physiological Therapeutics; 30:365-373.

Tapio, V; Anneli, O; et al. (2005) Low Back Pain Among Nurses – A follow-up Beginning at Entry to the Nursing School. SPINE; 30 (20): 2334 – 2341.

Werner, R; Franzblau, A; et al. (2005) Prevalence of upper extremity symptoms and disorders among dental and dental hygiene students. J Calif. Dent. Assoc; 33(2):123-131.

Smith, D; Leggat, P. (2004) Musculoskeletal disorder among rural Australian nursing students. Aust. J Rural Health; 12(6):241-245.

Mior, S; Diakow, P. (1987). Prevalence of Back Pain in Chiropractors. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics; 10(6): 305-9

Lorme, K; Naqvi, S. (2003) Comparative analysis of low-back loading on chiropractors using various workstation table heights and performing various tasks. Journal of Manipulative Physiological Therapeutics; 26(1):25-33.

Rupert, R; Ebete, K. (2004) Epidemiology of occupational injuries in chiropractic practice. Journal of Chiropractic Education; 18(1):27.

Homack, DMJ. (2005) Occupational injuries to practicing chiropractors in New York State. Journal of Chiropractic Education; 19(1):117.

Holm S; Rose K. (2006) Work-related injuries of doctors of chiropractic in the United States. Journal of Manipulative Physiological Therapeutics; 29(7):518-523.

Bisiacchi, D; Huber, L (2006) Physical injury assessment of male versus female chiropractic students when learning and performing adjustive techniques: a preliminary investigative study. Chiropractic and Osteopathy; 14:17.

Macaunuel, K; Deconnick, A; et al. (2005) Characterization of side effects sustained by chiropractic students during their undergraduate training in technique class at a chiropractic college: a preliminary retrospective study. Journal of Canadian Chiropractic Association; 49(1):46-55.

Ndetan, H; Rupert, R. (2007) Epidemiology of musculoskeletal injuries among students entering chiropractic college. Journal of Chiropractic Education; 21(1):75.

Ndetan, H; Rupert, R (2007) Prevalence of musculoskeletal injuries sustained by chiropractic students while in college. Journal of Chiropractic Education; 21(1):75 -76.

Zoest, G; Staes, F; Stappaerts, K. (2007) Three-dimensional manual contact force evaluation of graded perpendicular push force delivery by second-year physiotherapy students during simple feedback training. Journal of Manipulative Physiological Therapeutics; 30(6): 438-449.

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