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2014Assessing sleep disturbance in low back pain: the validity of portable instrumentsBartlett, Delwyn; Dungan, George; Grunstein, Ron (Ronald); Maher, Christopher; McAuley, James; McKeough, Zoe; Alsaadi, Saad; Hush, Julia; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesAssessing sleep disturbance in low back pain: the validity of portable instruments, PloS One, vol.9, 4, 2014,pp 1-7
2014The Bidirectional Relationship Between Pain Intensity and Sleep Disturbance/Quality in Patients with Low Back PainBartlett, Delwyn; Grunstein, Ron (Ronald); Maher, Christopher; Alsaadi, Saad; Hush, Julia; Lo, Serigne; McAuley, James H; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; The George Institute for Global HealthThe Bidirectional Relationship Between Pain Intensity and Sleep Disturbance/Quality in Patients with Low Back Pain, Clinical Journal of Pain, vol.30, 9, 2014,pp 755-765
2008Clinical Management of Occupational Low Back Pain in Australia: What is the Real Picture?Hush, Julia; PhysiotherapyClinical Management of Occupational Low Back Pain in Australia: What is the Real Picture?, Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 2005, vol.18,(N/A),2008,pp 375-380
2007Clinical prediction rules can be derived and validated for injured Australian workers with persistent musculoskeletal pain: An observational study.Herbert, Robert; Hush, Julia; Latimer, Jane; Hewitt, Jennifer A; Martin, Melody M; The George Institute for International Health; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International HealthClinical prediction rules can be derived and validated for injured Australian workers with persistent musculoskeletal pain: An observational study., Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.53,(4),2007,pp 269-276
2011Cognitive behavioral treatment for low back pain: Case study and commentaryHush, Julia; Nicholas, Michael; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Northern Clinical School: Pain Mgt. Res. Inst.Cognitive behavioral treatment for low back pain: Case study and commentary, Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management, vol.18, 2, 2011,pp 85-95
2009Combined pain self-management and antidepressant therapy are effective in patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain with depressionHush, Julia; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesCombined pain self-management and antidepressant therapy are effective in patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain with depression, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.55, 3,pp 208-N/A
2007Community physiotherapy results in effective self-management of knee painHush, Julia; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesCommunity physiotherapy results in effective self-management of knee pain, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.53, 1,pp 62-N/A
2005Comparison of the Functional Rating Index and the 18-item Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire: Responsiveness and reliabilityChansirinukor, Wunpen; Hush, Julia; Latimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; Physiotherapy; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International HealthComparison of the Functional Rating Index and the 18-item Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire: Responsiveness and reliability, Spine, vol.30,(1),2005,pp 141-145
2013Detecting insomnia in patients with low back pain: accuracy of four self-report sleep measuresAlsaadi, Saad; Bartlett, Delwyn; Grunstein, Ron (Ronald); Maher, Christopher; Henschke, Nicholas; Hush, Julia; McAuley, James; Health Sciences; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; The George Institute for Global HealthDetecting insomnia in patients with low back pain: accuracy of four self-report sleep measures, BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, vol.14, 1, 2013,pp 1-9
2013Determinants of patient satisfaction 1 year after presenting to primary care with acute low back painHush, Julia; Maher, Christopher; Henschke, Nicholas; van Tulder, Maurits; Wouda, Lara; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for Global HealthDeterminants of patient satisfaction 1 year after presenting to primary care with acute low back pain, Clinical Journal of Pain, vol.29, 6, 2013,pp 512-517
2009Do lumbar stabilising exercises reduce pain and disability in patients with recurrent low back pain?Hush, Julia; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesDo lumbar stabilising exercises reduce pain and disability in patients with recurrent low back pain?, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.55, N/A,pp 138-N/A
2010Do Numerical Rating Scales and the Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire capture changes that are meaningful to patients with persistent back pain?Hush, Julia; McAuley, James; Refshauge, Kathryn; Sullivan, Gerard; De Souza, Lorraine H; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for International Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesDo Numerical Rating Scales and the Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire capture changes that are meaningful to patients with persistent back pain?, Clinical Rehabilitation, vol.24, 7,pp 648-657
2015Does the addition of visceral manipulation improve outcomes for patients with low back pain? A randomized controlled trialFerreira, Paulo; Hancock, M; Hush, Julia; Panagopoulos, John; Petocz, Peter; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesDoes the addition of visceral manipulation improve outcomes for patients with low back pain? A randomized controlled trial, European Journal of Pain, vol.19, 7, 2015,pp 899-907
2007Eccentric exercise and shock-wave therapy benefit patients with chronic Achilles tendinopathyHush, Julia; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesEccentric exercise and shock-wave therapy benefit patients with chronic Achilles tendinopathy, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.53, 2,pp 131-N/A
2007Group training reduces the risk of pregnancy-related lumbopelvic painHush, Julia; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesGroup training reduces the risk of pregnancy-related lumbopelvic pain, Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.53, N/A,pp 202-N/A
2010How is recovery from low back pain measured? A systematic review of the literatureHush, Julia; Kamper, Steven; Maher, Christopher; Stanton (Liddle), Tash (Natasha); Williams, Christopher; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International HealthHow is recovery from low back pain measured? A systematic review of the literature, European Spine Journal, vol.DOI 10.1007/s00586-010-1477-8, N/A,pp 1-10
2010How little pain and disability do patients with low back pain have to experience to feel that they have recovered?Hancock, Mark; Herbert, Robert; Hush, Julia; Kamper, Steven; Maher, Christopher; Smeets, R J; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for International Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International HealthHow little pain and disability do patients with low back pain have to experience to feel that they have recovered?, European Spine Journal, vol.19, 9,pp 1495-1501
2009Individual, physical and psychological risk factors for neck pain in Australian office workers: a 1-year longitudinal studyHush, Julia; Maher, Christopher; Michaleff, Zoe; Refshauge, Kathryn; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; Physiotherapy; PhysiotherapyIndividual, physical and psychological risk factors for neck pain in Australian office workers: a 1-year longitudinal study, European Spine Journal, vol.Online,(DOI 10.1007/s00586-009-1011-z),2009,pp 1-9
2013Intercultural comparison of patient satisfaction with physiotherapy care in Australia and Korea: an exploratory factor analysisAdams, Roger; Mackey, Martin; Beattie, Paul; Hush, Julia; Lee, Hae Jung; Nelson, Roger; Wand, Benedict M; Yung, Vivian; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesIntercultural comparison of patient satisfaction with physiotherapy care in Australia and Korea: an exploratory factor analysis, The Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, vol.21, 2, 2013,pp 103-112
2017The long-term reliability of static and dynamic quantitative sensory testing in healthy individualsAdams, Roger; Wrigley, Paul; Dean, Catherine; Hush, Julia; Marcuzzi, Anna; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Northern Clinical School: MedicineThe long-term reliability of static and dynamic quantitative sensory testing in healthy individuals, Pain, vol.158, 7, 2017,pp 1217-1223