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2015The clinical utility of pain classification in non-specific arm painLeaver, Andrew; Moloney, Niamh; Doody, Catherine; Hall, Toby; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesThe clinical utility of pain classification in non-specific arm pain, Manual Therapy, vol.20, 1, 2015,pp 157-165
2015Divergent Sensory Phenotypes in Nonspecific Arm Pain: Comparisons With Cervical RadiculopathyMoloney, Niamh; Doody, Catherine; Hall, Toby; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesDivergent Sensory Phenotypes in Nonspecific Arm Pain: Comparisons With Cervical Radiculopathy, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, vol.96, 2, 2015,pp 269-275
2002The late whiplash syndrome: a psychophysical studyMoog, M; Hall, Toby; Quintner, John; Zusman, Max; Concord Clinical School: Age & Alzh Dis Rrch EducThe late whiplash syndrome: a psychophysical study, European Journal of Pain, vol.6, 4,pp 283-294
2015Quantitative Sensory Testing: Implications for Clinical PracticeMoloney, Niamh; Briffa, Kathy; Hall, Toby; Schafer, Axel; Tampin, Brigitte; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesQuantitative Sensory Testing: Implications for Clinical Practice in Grieve's Modern Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Elsevier, 2015, pp. 194-201
2011Reliability of thermal quantitative sensory testing on the hand in a cohort of young healthy adultsDoody, Catherine; Hall, Toby; Moloney, Niamh; O'Sullivan, TomasReliability of thermal quantitative sensory testing on the hand in a cohort of young healthy adults, Muscle and Nerve, vol.44, 4, 2011,pp 547-552
2012Reliability of thermal quantitative sensory testing: A systematic reviewDoody, Catherine; Hall, Toby; Moloney, NiamhReliability of thermal quantitative sensory testing: A systematic review, Journal of rehabilitation research and development, vol.49, 2, 2012,pp 191-208
2013Sensory Hyperalgesia is Characteristic of Nonspecific Arm Pain: A Comparison With Cervical Radiculopathy and Pain-Free ControlsMoloney, Niamh; Doody, Catherine; Hall, Toby; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesSensory Hyperalgesia is Characteristic of Nonspecific Arm Pain: A Comparison With Cervical Radiculopathy and Pain-Free Controls, Clinical Journal of Pain, vol.29, 11, 2013,pp 948-956