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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
2008Cardiorespiratory and metabolic responses during FES-leg cycling and hybrid FES-gait in SCI individualsBraz, Gustavo; Crosbie, William (Jack); Davis, Glen; Fornusek, Che; lauffer, Anna; Menezes, Luciola; Middleton, James; Raymond, Jacqueline; Russold, Michael; Exercise & Sport Science; Physiotherapy; Rehabilitation Research Centre; Exercise & Sport Science; Exercise & Sport Science; Exercise & Sport Science; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Exercise & Sport Science; Exercise & Sport ScienceCardiorespiratory and metabolic responses during FES-leg cycling and hybrid FES-gait in SCI individuals, Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the International Functional Electrical Stimulation Society "From Movement to Mind", vol.journal volume 53, supplement 1,(),2008,pp 385-387
2009Prognosis for patients with chronic low back pain: inception cohort studyHancock, Mark; Henschke, Nicholas; Herbert, Robert; Maher, Christopher; McAuley, James; Menezes, Luciola; Refshauge, Kathryn; Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; The George Institute for International Health; Exercise & Sport Science; Clinical and Rehabilitation SciencesPrognosis for patients with chronic low back pain: inception cohort study, BMJ: British Medical Journal, vol.339, N/A,pp 1-8