Gwendolen Jull
Gwendolen Jull
Emeritus Professor Physiotherapy, the University of Queensland
Verified email at uq.edu.au
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Multifidus muscle recovery is not automatic after resolution of acute, first-episode low back pain
JA Hides, CA Richardson, GA Jull
Spine 21 (23), 2763-2769, 1996
15091996
Therapeutic exercise for spinal segmental stabilization in low back pain
C Richardson, G Jull, J Hides, P Hodges
Churchill Livingstone, 1999
13161999
Long-term effects of specific stabilizing exercises for first-episode low back pain
JA Hides, GA Jull, CA Richardson
Spine 26 (11), e243-e248, 2001
11922001
Evidence of lumbar multifidus muscle wasting ipsilateral to symptoms in patients with acute/subacute low back pain.
JA Hides, MJ Stokes, M Saide, GA Jull, DH Cooper
Spine 19 (2), 165-172, 1994
11911994
Muscle control–pain control. What exercises would you prescribe?
CA Richardson, GA Jull
Manual therapy 1 (1), 2-10, 1995
9221995
A randomized controlled trial of exercise and manipulative therapy for cervicogenic headache
G Jull, P Trott, H Potter, G Zito, K Niere, D Shirley, J Emberson, ...
Spine 27 (17), 1835-1843, 2002
8902002
Co‐activation of the abdominal and pelvic floor muscles during voluntary exercises
RR Sapsford, PW Hodges, CA Richardson, DH Cooper, SJ Markwell, ...
Neurourology and Urodynamics: Official Journal of the International …, 2001
5732001
Patients with neck pain demonstrate reduced electromyographic activity of the deep cervical flexor muscles during performance of the craniocervical flexion test
DL Falla, GA Jull, PW Hodges
Spine 29 (19), 2108-2114, 2004
5682004
Mobilisation with movement and exercise, corticosteroid injection, or wait and see for tennis elbow: randomised trial
L Bisset, E Beller, G Jull, P Brooks, R Darnell, B Vicenzino
Bmj 333 (7575), 939, 2006
5422006
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
5002001
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
4912003
Impairment in the cervical flexors: a comparison of whiplash and insidious onset neck pain patients
G Jull, E Kristjansson, P Dall’Alba
Manual therapy 9 (2), 89-94, 2004
4712004
Patients with chronic neck pain demonstrate altered patterns of muscle activation during performance of a functional upper limb task
D Falla, G Bilenkij, G Jull
Spine 29 (13), 1436-1440, 2004
4472004
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
4442003
Effect of neck exercise on sitting posture in patients with chronic neck pain
D Falla, G Jull, T Russell, B Vicenzino, P Hodges
Physical therapy 87 (4), 408-417, 2007
4222007
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
3742005
Development of motor system dysfunction following whiplash injury
M Sterling, G Jull, B Vicenzino, J Kenardy, R Darnell
PAINŽ 103 (1-2), 65-73, 2003
3712003
Clinical assessment of the deep cervical flexor muscles: the craniocervical flexion test
GA Jull, SP O'leary, DL Falla
Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 31 (7), 525-533, 2008
3672008
The accuracy of manual diagnosis for cervical zygapophysial joint pain syndromes
G Jull, N Bogduk, A Marsland
Medical Journal of Australia 148 (5), 233-236, 1988
3641988
Feedforward activity of the cervical flexor muscles during voluntary arm movements is delayed in chronic neck pain
D Falla, G Jull, PW Hodges
Experimental brain research 157 (1), 43-48, 2004
3542004
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