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2009Efficacy of a fitness centre-based exercise programme compared with a home-based exercise programme in traumatic brain injury: a randomized controlled trial.Harmer, Alison; Hassett, Leanne; Moseley, Anne; Tate, Robyn; Fairbairn, Timothy; Leung, Joan; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; Physiotherapy; The George Institute for International Health; Northern Clinical School: MedicineEfficacy of a fitness centre-based exercise programme compared with a home-based exercise programme in traumatic brain injury: a randomized controlled trial., Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, vol.41, 4,pp 247-255
2016Functional electrical stimulation cycling does not improve mobility in people with acquired brain injury and its effects on strength are unclear: a randomised trialDe Sousa, D; Harvey, Lisa; Dorsch, Simone; Harris, Whitney; Leung, Joan; Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineFunctional electrical stimulation cycling does not improve mobility in people with acquired brain injury and its effects on strength are unclear: a randomised trial, Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.62, 2, 2016,pp 203-208
2007The prevalence and characteristics of shoulder pain after traumatic brain injuryMoseley, Anne; Fairbairn, Timothy; Fereday, Sarah; Jones, Taryn; Leung, Joan; Wyndham, Shirley; The George Institute for International HealthThe prevalence and characteristics of shoulder pain after traumatic brain injury, Clinical Rehabilitation, vol.21,(2),2007,pp 171-181
2008Serial casting versus positioning for the treatment of elbow contractures in adults with traumatic brain injury: a randomized controlled trialHarvey, Lisa; Herbert, Robert; Moseley, Anne; Clare, Jennifer S; Hassett, Leanne; Leung, Joan; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International HealthSerial casting versus positioning for the treatment of elbow contractures in adults with traumatic brain injury: a randomized controlled trial, Clinical Rehabilitation, vol.22,(5),2008,pp 406-417
2014Standing with electrical stimulation and splinting is no better than standing alone for management of ankle plantarflexion contractures in people with traumatic brain injury: a randomised trialHarvey, Lisa; Moseley, Anne; Leung, Joan; Simpson, Melissa; Stroud, Katarina; Whiteside, Bhavini; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; The George Institute for Global HealthStanding with electrical stimulation and splinting is no better than standing alone for management of ankle plantarflexion contractures in people with traumatic brain injury: a randomised trial, Journal of Physiotherapy, vol.60, 4, 2014,pp 201-208