Michele Sterling
Michele Sterling
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Cervical mobilisation: concurrent effects on pain, sympathetic nervous system activity and motor activity
M Sterling, G Jull, A Wright
Manual therapy 6 (2), 72-81, 2001
Sensory hypersensitivity occurs soon after whiplash injury and is associated with poor recovery
M Sterling, G Jull, B Vicenzino, J Kenardy
Pain 104 (3), 509-517, 2003
Dizziness and unsteadiness following whiplash injury: characteristic features and relationship with cervical joint position error
J Treleaven, G Jull, M Sterling
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 35 (1), 36-43, 2003
Physical and psychological factors predict outcome following whiplash injury
M Sterling, G Jull, B Vicenzino, J Kenardy, R Darnell
Pain 114 (1-2), 141-148, 2005
Development of motor system dysfunction following whiplash injury
M Sterling, G Jull, B Vicenzino, J Kenardy, R Darnell
PAIN® 103 (1-2), 65-73, 2003
Course and prognostic factors of whiplash: a systematic review and meta-analysis
SJ Kamper, TJ Rebbeck, CG Maher, JH McAuley, M Sterling
Pain 138 (3), 617-629, 2008
Physical and psychological factors maintain long-term predictive capacity post-whiplash injury
M Sterling, G Jull, J Kenardy
Pain 122 (1-2), 102-108, 2006
Widespread sensory hypersensitivity is a feature of chronic whiplash-associated disorder but not chronic idiopathic neck pain
D Scott, G Jull, M Sterling
The Clinical journal of pain 21 (2), 175-181, 2005
Cervical range of motion discriminates between asymptomatic persons and those with whiplash
PT Dall’Alba, MM Sterling, JM Treleaven, SL Edwards, GA Jull
Spine 26 (19), 2090-2094, 2001
Whiplash, headache, and neck pain: research-based directions for physical therapies
G Jull, M Sterling, D Falla, J Treleaven, S O'Leary
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2008
Does the presence of sensory hypersensitivity influence outcomes of physical rehabilitation for chronic whiplash?–A preliminary RCT
G Jull, M Sterling, J Kenardy, E Beller
Pain 129 (1-2), 28-34, 2007
The effect of musculoskeletal pain on motor activity and control
M Sterling, G Jull, A Wright
The Journal of Pain 2 (3), 135-145, 2001
The development of psychological changes following whiplash injury
M Sterling, J Kenardy, G Jull, B Vicenzino
Pain 106 (3), 481-489, 2003
Grieve's modern manual therapy
LT Twomey
Churchill Livingstone, 2004
Characterization of acute whiplash-associated disorders
M Sterling, G Jull, B Vicenzino, J Kenardy
Spine 29 (2), 182-188, 2004
General health questionnaire–28 (GHQ-28)
M Sterling
Journal of physiotherapy 57 (4), 259, 2011
Exercise therapy for chronic musculoskeletal pain: innovation by altering pain memories
J Nijs, EL Girbés, M Lundberg, A Malfliet, M Sterling
Manual therapy 20 (1), 216-220, 2015
A proposed new classification system for whiplash associated disorders—implications for assessment and management
M Sterling
Manual therapy 9 (2), 60-70, 2004
Comprehensive physiotherapy exercise programme or advice for chronic whiplash (PROMISE): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial
ZA Michaleff, CG Maher, CWC Lin, T Rebbeck, G Jull, J Latimer, ...
The Lancet 384 (9938), 133-141, 2014
Proposal of a classification system for patients with neck pain
MJD Childs, JM Fritz, SR Piva, JM Whitman
Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 34 (11), 686-700, 2004
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