Venerina Johnston
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Neck movement and muscle activity characteristics in female office workers with neck pain
V Johnston, G Jull, T Souvlis, NL Jimmieson
Spine 33 (5), 555-563, 2008
Associations between individual and workplace risk factors for self-reported neck pain and disability among female office workers
V Johnston, T Souvlis, NL Jimmieson, G Jull
Applied ergonomics 39 (2), 171-182, 2008
Work-related upper quadrant musculoskeletal disorders in midwives, nurses and physicians: A systematic review of risk factors and functional consequences
MH Long, V Johnston, F Bogossian
Applied ergonomics 43 (3), 455-467, 2012
Physical risk factors for developing non-specific neck pain in office workers: a systematic review and meta-analysis
D Jun, M Zoe, V Johnston, S O’Leary
International archives of occupational and environmental health 90, 373-410, 2017
The effect of a scapular postural correction strategy on trapezius activity in patients with neck pain
S Wegner, G Jull, S O’Leary, V Johnston
Manual therapy 15 (6), 562-566, 2010
Alterations in cervical muscle activity in functional and stressful tasks in female office workers with neck pain
V Johnston, G Jull, R Darnell, NL Jimmieson, T Souvlis
European journal of applied physiology 103, 253-264, 2008
The impact of onsite workplace health-enhancing physical activity interventions on worker productivity: a systematic review
MJ Pereira, BK Coombes, TA Comans, V Johnston
Occupational and Environmental Medicine 72 (6), 401-412, 2015
The prevalence of work-related neck, shoulder, and upper back musculoskeletal disorders among midwives, nurses, and physicians: a systematic review
MH Long, FE Bogossian, V Johnston
Workplace health & safety 61 (5), 223-229, 2013
Quantitative sensory measures distinguish office workers with varying levels of neck pain and disability
V Johnston, NL Jimmieson, G Jull, T Souvlis
PAIN® 137 (2), 257-265, 2008
Workplace-based interventions for neck pain in office workers: systematic review and meta-analysis
X Chen, BK Coombes, G Sjøgaard, D Jun, S O’Leary, V Johnston
Physical therapy 98 (1), 40-62, 2018
Soldier occupational load carriage: a narrative review of associated injuries
RM Orr, R Pope, V Johnston, J Coyle
International journal of injury control and safety promotion 21 (4), 388-396, 2014
Altered trapezius muscle behavior in individuals with neck pain and clinical signs of scapular dysfunction
E Zakharova-Luneva, G Jull, V Johnston, S O'Leary
Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 35 (5), 346-353, 2012
Promoting the use of self-management strategies for people with persistent musculoskeletal disorders: the role of physical therapists
N Hutting, V Johnston, JB Staal, YF Heerkens
journal of orthopaedic & sports physical therapy 49 (4), 212-215, 2019
Reported load carriage injuries of the Australian army soldier
RM Orr, V Johnston, J Coyle, R Pope
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 25, 316-322, 2015
The impact of workplace ergonomics and neck-specific exercise versus ergonomics and health promotion interventions on office worker productivity: A cluster-randomized trial
M Pereira, T Comans, G Sjøgaard, L Straker, M Melloh, S O'Leary, X Chen, ...
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health 45 (1), 42-52, 2019
Rehabilitation following carpal tunnel release
S Peters, MJ Page, MW Coppieters, M Ross, V Johnston
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2016
Supervisor competencies for supporting return to work: a mixed-methods study
V Johnston, K Way, MH Long, M Wyatt, L Gibson, WS Shaw
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 25, 3-17, 2015
Addressing occupational factors in the management of low back pain: implications for physical therapist practice
WS Shaw, CJ Main, V Johnston
Physical therapy 91 (5), 777-789, 2011
Load carriage: Minimising soldier injuries through physical conditioning-A narrative review
RM Orr, R Pope, V Johnston, J Coyle
Journal of military and veterans health 18 (3), 31-38, 2010
Continuing professional development: the missing link
LS Chipchase, V Johnston, PD Long
Manual therapy 17 (1), 89-91, 2012
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