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Australian physiotherapists' priorities for the development of clinical prediction rules for low back pain: A qualitative study

Haskins, Robin et al.

Physiotherapy. Volume 101:Issue 1 (2015, March); pp 44-49 -- Elsevier

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Risk factors, radiological features, and infarct topography of craniocervical arterial dissection

Thomas, Lucy Caroline et al.

International journal of stroke. Volume 9:Issue 8 (2014); pp 1073-1082 -- SAGE Publications Ltd

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Physiotherapy clinical educators' perceptions and experiences of clinical prediction rules

Knox, Grahame M.; Snodgrass, Suzanne J.; Rivett, Darren A.

Physiotherapy. Volume 101:Issue 4 (2015, December); pp 364-372 -- Elsevier

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Comparison of Cervical Spine Stiffness in Individuals With Chronic Nonspecific Neck Pain and Asymptomatic Individuals

Ingram, Lewis A.|Snodgrass, Suzanne J.|Rivett, Darren A.

the journal of orthopaedic and sports physical therapy -- Williams & Wilkins -- Volume: 45 Part: 3; (pages 162-169) -- 2015

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Risk Factors and Clinical Presentation of Cervical Arterial Dissection: Preliminary Results of a Prospective Case-Control Study

Thomas, Lucy C.|Rivett, Darren A.|Attia, John R.|Levi, Christopher

the journal of orthopaedic and sports physical therapy -- Williams & Wilkins -- Volume: 45 Part: 7; (pages 503-511) -- 2015

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The preferences of physiotherapy clinical educators on a learning package for teaching musculoskeletal clinical prediction rules – A qualitative study

Knox, Grahame M. et al.

Musculoskeletal science and practice. Volume 39 (2019); pp 16-23 -- Elsevier Ltd

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Variables Describing Individuals With Improved Pain and Function With a Primary Complaint of Low Back Pain: A Secondary Analysis

Burns, Scott A. et al.

Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics. Volume 41:Number 6 (2018, July); pp 467-474 -- Elsevier Science

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Sensorimotor Control in Individuals With Idiopathic Neck Pain and Healthy Individuals: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

de Zoete, Rutger M.J. et al.

Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Volume 98:Issue 6 (2017); pp 1257-1271 -- Elsevier Inc

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The effect of end-range cervical rotation on vertebral and internal carotid arterial blood flow and cerebral inflow: A sub analysis of an MRI study

Thomas, Lucy C. et al.

Manual therapy. Volume 20:Issue 3 (2015, June); pp 475-480 -- Elsevier

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The preferences of physiotherapy clinical educators on a learning package for teaching musculoskeletal clinical prediction rules – A qualitative study

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Musculoskeletal science and practice. Volume 39: (2019, February); pp 16-23 -- Elsevier Ltd

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