Siobhan Schabrun
Siobhan Schabrun
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Peripheral electrical stimulation to induce cortical plasticity: a systematic review of stimulus parameters
LS Chipchase, SM Schabrun, PW Hodges
Clinical Neurophysiology 122 (3), 456-463, 2011
1642011
Evidence for the retraining of sensation after stroke: a systematic review
SM Schabrun, S Hillier
Clinical rehabilitation 23 (1), 27-39, 2009
1622009
Texting and walking: strategies for postural control and implications for safety
SM Schabrun, W van den Hoorn, A Moorcroft, C Greenland, PW Hodges
PloS one 9 (1), e84312, 2014
1582014
Healthcare equipment as a source of nosocomial infection: a systematic review
S Schabrun, L Chipchase
Journal of Hospital Infection 63 (3), 239-245, 2006
1572006
A checklist for assessing the methodological quality of studies using transcranial magnetic stimulation to study the motor system: an international consensus study
L Chipchase, S Schabrun, L Cohen, P Hodges, M Ridding, J Rothwell, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 123 (9), 1698-1704, 2012
1512012
Targeting chronic recurrent low back pain from the top-down and the bottom-up: a combined transcranial direct current stimulation and peripheral electrical stimulation intervention
SM Schabrun, E Jones, ELE Cancino, PW Hodges
Brain stimulation 7 (3), 451-459, 2014
942014
Muscle pain differentially modulates short interval intracortical inhibition and intracortical facilitation in primary motor cortex
SM Schabrun, PW Hodges
The Journal of Pain 13 (2), 187-194, 2012
912012
Corticospinal excitability is dependent on the parameters of peripheral electric stimulation: a preliminary study
LS Chipchase, SM Schabrun, PW Hodges
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 92 (9), 1423-1430, 2011
802011
Normalizing motor cortex representations in focal hand dystonia
SM Schabrun, CM Stinear, WD Byblow, MC Ridding
Cerebral cortex 19 (9), 1968-1977, 2009
772009
Novel adaptations in motor cortical maps: the relationship to persistent elbow pain
SM Schabrun, PW Hodges, B Vicenzino, E Jones, LS Chipchase
Med Sci Sports Exerc 5 (1), 1-34, 2014
742014
Motor cortex reorganization and impaired function in the transition to sustained muscle pain
SM Schabrun, SW Christensen, N Mrachacz-Kersting, T Graven-Nielsen
Cerebral Cortex 26 (5), 1878-1890, 2016
692016
Physical activity and the mediating effect of fear, depression, anxiety, and catastrophizing on pain related disability in people with chronic low back pain
PWM Marshall, S Schabrun, MF Knox
PloS one 12 (7), e0180788, 2017
632017
Effects of whole body vibration on strength and functional mobility in multiple sclerosis
K Wunderer, SM Schabrun, LS Chipchase
Physiotherapy theory and practice 26 (6), 374-384, 2010
632010
Smudging of the motor cortex is related to the severity of low back pain
SM Schabrun, EL Elgueta-Cancino, PW Hodges
Spine 42 (15), 1172-1178, 2017
612017
Are therapeutic ultrasound units a potential vector for nosocomial infection?
S Schabrun, L Chipchase, H Rickard
Physiotherapy research international 11 (2), 61-71, 2006
612006
Primary sensory and motor cortex excitability are co-modulated in response to peripheral electrical nerve stimulation
SM Schabrun, MC Ridding, MP Galea, PW Hodges, LS Chipchase
PLoS One 7 (12), e51298, 2012
572012
Priming the brain to learn: the future of therapy?
SM Schabrun, LS Chipchase
Manual therapy 17 (2), 184-186, 2012
552012
Primary sensory and motor cortex function in response to acute muscle pain: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
E Burns, LS Chipchase, SM Schabrun
European journal of pain 20 (8), 1203-1213, 2016
512016
Factors contributing to chronic ankle instability: a systematic review and meta-analysis of systematic reviews
C Thompson, S Schabrun, R Romero, A Bialocerkowski, J van Dieen, ...
Sports Medicine 48 (1), 189-205, 2018
482018
Temporal association between changes in primary sensory cortex and corticomotor output during muscle pain
SM Schabrun, E Jones, J Kloster, PW Hodges
Neuroscience 235, 159-164, 2013
422013
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