Neil Tuttle
Neil Tuttle
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
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Do changes within a manual therapy treatment session predict between-session changes for patients with cervical spine pain?
N Tuttle
Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 51 (1), 43-48, 2005
672005
Haptic device for capturing and simulating hand manipulation rehabilitation
M Ferre, I Galiana, R Wirz, N Tuttle
IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics 16 (5), 808-815, 2011
432011
Is it reasonable to use an individual patient's progress after treatment as a guide to ongoing clinical reasoning?
N Tuttle
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics 32 (5), 396-403, 2009
402009
Relation between changes in posteroanterior stiffness and active range of movement of the cervical spine following manual therapy treatment
N Tuttle, R Barrett, L Laakso
Spine 33 (19), E673-E679, 2008
402008
Reliability of 2 protocols for assessing pressure pain threshold in healthy young adults
LM Bisset, K Evans, N Tuttle
Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 38 (4), 282-287, 2015
322015
Design and construction of a novel low-cost device to provide feedback on manually applied forces
N Tuttle, G Jacuinde
Journal of orthopaedic & sports physical therapy 41 (3), 174-A11, 2011
312011
Change in impairments in the first two treatments predicts outcome in impairments, but not in activity limitations, in subacute neck pain: an observational study
N Tuttle, L Laakso, R Barrett
Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 52 (4), 281-285, 2006
312006
Improving performance in golf: current research and implications from a clinical perspective
K Evans, N Tuttle
Brazilian journal of physical therapy 19, 381-389, 2015
272015
The pitting test: An investigation of an unstandardized assessment of lymphedema
J Sanderson, N Tuttle, R Box, HM Reul-Hirche, EL Laakso
Lymphology 48 (4), 175-183, 2015
172015
Posteroanterior movements in tender and less tender locations of the cervical spine
N Tuttle, R Barrett, L Laakso
Manual therapy 14 (1), 28-35, 2009
172009
Tactile acuity testing at the neck: a comparison of methods
DS Harvie, J Kelly, H Buckman, J Chan, G Sutherland, M Catley, J Novak, ...
Musculoskeletal Science and Practice 32, 23-30, 2017
162017
Postero-anterior movements of the cervical spine: repeatability of force displacement curves
N Tuttle, R Barrett, L Laakso
Manual therapy 13 (4), 341-348, 2008
162008
A simulation-based learning experience in augmentative and alternative communication using telepractice: speech pathology students’ confidence and perceptions
S Howells, EA Cardell, MC Waite, A Bialocerkowski, N Tuttle
Advances in Simulation 4 (1), 1-11, 2019
112019
Seated buttock contours: a pilot study of Australian senior high-school students
N Tuttle, R Barrett, E Gass
Ergonomics 50 (10), 1593-1602, 2007
92007
Using smart socks to detect step-count at slow walking speeds in healthy adults
BN Balmain, N Tuttle, J Bailey, K Cheng, M Duryea, J Houlihan, ...
International journal of sports medicine 40 (02), 133-138, 2019
72019
Comparison of methods used for measuring popliteal height
NA Tuttle
Ergonomics Australia 18 (1), 14-18, 2004
72004
Large expert-curated database for benchmarking document similarity detection in biomedical literature search
P Brown, AC Tan, MA El-Esawi, T Liehr, O Blanck, DP Gladue, ...
Database 2019, 2019
62019
Simulated patients: a standardised, quality assured approach to training and implementation
S Gough, L Greene, D Nestel, M Hellaby, R MacKinnon, A Natali, ...
Health Education North West, 2015
62015
Simulated patient contributions to enhancing exercise physiology student clinical assessment skills
NE Reeves, MC Waite, N Tuttle, A Bialocerkowski
Advances in Simulation 4 (1), 1-10, 2019
52019
The effect of replacing 1 week of content teaching with an intensive simulation-based learning activity on physiotherapy student clinical placement performance
N Tuttle, SA Horan
Advances in Simulation 4 (1), 1-8, 2019
42019
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