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2013Activity level predicts 6-minute walk distance in healthy older females: an observational studyAlison, Jennifer; Beckenkamp, Paula; Hancock, Mark; Steffens, Daniel; Menna-Barreto, Sergio; Paiva, Dulciane; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for Global Health; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for Global HealthActivity level predicts 6-minute walk distance in healthy older females: an observational study, Physiotherapy, vol.99, 1, 2013,pp 21-26
2017Acute low back pain? Do not blame the weather- a case-crossover studyLi, Qiang; Maher, Christopher; Steffens, Daniel; Beilken, Keira; Hancock, Mark; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthAcute low back pain? Do not blame the weather- a case-crossover study, Pain Medicine, vol.18, 6, 2017,pp 1139-1144
2016Are people with whiplash-associated neck pain different from people with nonspecific neck pain?Kamper, Steven; Anstey, Ricci; Hancock, Mark; Kongsted, Alice; The George Institute for Global HealthAre people with whiplash-associated neck pain different from people with nonspecific neck pain?, Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, vol.46, 10, 2016,pp 894-901
2016Are people with whiplash-associated neck pain different from people with nonspecific neck pain?Kamper, Steven; Anstey, Ricci; Hancock, Mark; Kongsted, Alice; The George Institute for Global HealthAre people with whiplash-associated neck pain different from people with nonspecific neck pain?, Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, vol.46, 10, 2016,pp 894-901
2007Assessment of diclofenac or spinal manipulation therapy, or both, in addition to recommended first-line treatment for acute low back pain: a randomised controlled trialCooper, Christopher; Day, Richard; Hancock, Mark; Latimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; McAuley, James; McLachlan, Andrew; Spindler, Megan; Central Clinical School: General Practice; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; Pharmacy; PhysiotherapyAssessment of diclofenac or spinal manipulation therapy, or both, in addition to recommended first-line treatment for acute low back pain: a randomised controlled trial, The Lancet, vol.370,(9599),2007,pp 1638-1643
2009Author Response: A guide to interpretation of studies investigating subgroups of responders to physical therapy interventionsHancock, Mark; Herbert, Robert; Maher, Christopher; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International HealthAuthor Response: A guide to interpretation of studies investigating subgroups of responders to physical therapy interventions, Physical Therapy, vol.89, 10,pp 1099-1100
2009Can Predictors of Responders to NSAIDs be Identified in Patients with Acute Low Back Pain?Davies, Reece; Day, Richard; Hancock, Mark; Latimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; McLachlan, Andrew; Physiotherapy; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; PharmacyCan Predictors of Responders to NSAIDs be Identified in Patients with Acute Low Back Pain?, Boston International Forum X: Primary Care Research on Low Back Pain, vol.N/A, 2009, pp. 161-N/A
2009Can predictors of response to NSAIDs Be identified in patients with acute low back pain?Davies, Reece; Hancock, Mark; Latimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; McLachlan, Andrew; Day, Richard; Concord Clinical School: Surgery; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; PharmacyCan predictors of response to NSAIDs Be identified in patients with acute low back pain?, Clinical Journal of Pain, vol.25, 8,pp 659-665
2009Can rate of recovery be predicted in patients with acute low back pain? Development of a clinical prediction ruleHancock, Mark; Herbert, Robert; Latimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; McAuley, James; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International HealthCan rate of recovery be predicted in patients with acute low back pain? Development of a clinical prediction rule, European Journal of Pain, vol.13,(1),2009,pp 51-55
2012Can we predict response to the McKenzie method in patients with acute low back pain? A secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trialHancock, Mark; Maher, Christopher; Machado, Luciana; Sheets, C; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for Global HealthCan we predict response to the McKenzie method in patients with acute low back pain? A secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial, European Spine Journal, vol.21, 7, 2012,pp 1250-1256
2014Clinicians' views on factors that trigger a sudden onset of low back painFerreira, Manuela; Latimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; Steffens, Daniel; Glass, Timothy; Hancock, Mark; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthClinicians' views on factors that trigger a sudden onset of low back pain, European Spine Journal, vol.23, 3, 2014,pp 512-519
2010Clinimetrics corner: choosing appropriate study designs for particular questions about treatment subgroupsHancock, Mark; Kent, Peter; Mjosund, Hanne; Petersen, Ditte; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesClinimetrics corner: choosing appropriate study designs for particular questions about treatment subgroups, The Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, vol.18, 3,pp 147-152
2010Critical Appraisal of Clinical Prediction Rules That Aim to Optimize Treatment Selection for Musculoskeletal ConditionsHancock, Mark; Maher, Christopher; Stanton (Liddle), Tash (Natasha); Koes, Bart W; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International HealthCritical Appraisal of Clinical Prediction Rules That Aim to Optimize Treatment Selection for Musculoskeletal Conditions, Physical Therapy, vol.90, 6,pp 843-854
2009Definitions of Recurrence of an Episode of Low Back PainHancock, Mark; Latimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; Stanton, Tash; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; PhysiotherapyDefinitions of Recurrence of an Episode of Low Back Pain, Spine, vol.34,(9),2009,pp E316-E322
2006Designing reusable online clinical reasoning templates: A preliminary evaluationHancock, Mark; Mendrela, Malgorzata; Wozniak, Helen; Munn, J; Physiotherapy; ICT in Teaching & Learning; Deans Unit: (CIPHER)Designing reusable online clinical reasoning templates: A preliminary evaluation, The 23rd Annual Conference of the Australiasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, vol.2,(),2006,pp 915-919
2011Diagnostic accuracy of the clinical examination in identifying the level of herniation in patients with sciaticaHancock, Mark; Koes, Bart W; Ostelo, Raymond; Peul, Wilco; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesDiagnostic accuracy of the clinical examination in identifying the level of herniation in patients with sciatica, Spine, vol.36, 11, 2011,pp E712-E719
2011Discussion paper: what happened to the 'bio' in the bio-psycho-social model of low back pain?Hancock, Mark; Maher, Christopher; Hay, Elaine; Koes, Bart W.; Laslett, Mark; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for Global HealthDiscussion paper: what happened to the 'bio' in the bio-psycho-social model of low back pain?, European Spine Journal, vol.20, 12, 2011,pp 2105-2110
2016Do MRI findings identify patients with low back pain or sciatica who respond better to particular interventions? A systematic reviewLatimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; Steffens, Daniel; Hancock, Mark; Kent, Peter; Pereira, Leani; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthDo MRI findings identify patients with low back pain or sciatica who respond better to particular interventions? A systematic review, European Spine Journal, vol.25, 4, 2016,pp 1170-1187
2014Does magnetic resonance imaging predict future low back pain? A systematic reviewLatimer, Jane; Maher, Christopher; Steffens, Daniel; Hancock, Mark; Jensen, Tue Secher; Williams, Christopher; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global Health; The George Institute for Global HealthDoes magnetic resonance imaging predict future low back pain? A systematic review, European Journal of Pain, vol.18, 6, 2014,pp 755-765
2013Does the addition of visceral manipulation improve outcomes for patients with low backpain? Rationale and study protocolFerreira, Paulo; Panagopoulos, John; Hancock, Mark; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; PhysiotherapyDoes the addition of visceral manipulation improve outcomes for patients with low backpain? Rationale and study protocol, Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, vol.17, 3, 2013,pp 339-343