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2007Blood Pressure Responses in Paraplegic Subjects During FES-Induced Walking: Preliminary Findings.Crosbie, William (Jack); Davis, Glen; Menezes, Luciola; Middleton, James; Nightingale, Elizabeth; Raymond, Jacqueline; Russold, Michael; Physiotherapy; Rehabilitation Research Centre; Exercise & Sport Science; Northern Clinical School: Rehabilitations Studies Unit; Physiotherapy; Exercise & Sport Science; Exercise & Sport ScienceBlood Pressure Responses in Paraplegic Subjects During FES-Induced Walking: Preliminary Findings., Proceedings of the 9th Vienna International Workshop on Functional Electrical Stimulation, vol.9,(),2007,pp 122-125
2011Characteristics of people with recurrent ankle sprains: a systematic review with meta-analysisHiller, Claire; Lin, Chung-Wei; Nightingale, Elizabeth; Coughlan, Garrett; Delahunt, Eamonn; ´╗┐Caulfield , Brian; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for International Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesCharacteristics of people with recurrent ankle sprains: a systematic review with meta-analysis, British Journal of Sports Medicine: an international peer-reviewed journal of sport and exercise medicine, vol.45, 8, 2011,pp 660-672
2010Inclusion Criteria When Investigating Insufficiencies in Chronic Ankle InstabilityHiller, Claire; Lin, Chung-Wei; Nightingale, Elizabeth; Caulfield, Brian; Coughlan, Garrett; Delahunt, Eamonn; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for International Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesInclusion Criteria When Investigating Insufficiencies in Chronic Ankle Instability, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, vol.42, 11,pp 2106-2121
2007Passive Dorsiflexion Flexibility after Cast Immobilization for Ankle FractureHerbert, Robert; Moseley, Anne; Nightingale, Elizabeth; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; PhysiotherapyPassive Dorsiflexion Flexibility after Cast Immobilization for Ankle Fracture, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, vol.456,(March 2007),2007,pp 65-69
2005Passive stretching does not enhance outcomes in patients with plantarflexion contracture after cast immobilization for ankle fracture: a randomized controlled trial.Herbert, Robert; Moseley, Anne; Nightingale, Elizabeth; Evans, Trish M; Gupta, Sandeep K; Penn, Julie; Robertson, Gavin J; Taylor, Deborah A; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; PhysiotherapyPassive stretching does not enhance outcomes in patients with plantarflexion contracture after cast immobilization for ankle fracture: a randomized controlled trial., Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.86,(6),2005,pp 1118-1126
2007Review: Benefits of FES gait in a Spinal Cord Injured PopulationCrosbie, William (Jack); Davis, Glen; Middleton, James; Nightingale, Elizabeth; Raymond, Jacqueline; Physiotherapy; Rehabilitation Research Centre; Northern Clinical School: Rehabilitations Studies Unit; Physiotherapy; Exercise & Sport ScienceReview: Benefits of FES gait in a Spinal Cord Injured Population, Spinal Cord, vol.45,(10),2007,pp 646-657
2007A systematic review of early prognostic factors for return to work after traumatic brain injuryNightingale, Elizabeth; Soo, Cheryl; Tate, Robyn; Physiotherapy; Research Precincts; Northern Clinical School: MedicineA systematic review of early prognostic factors for return to work after traumatic brain injury, Brain Impairment, vol.8,(2),2007,pp 101-142