Hopin Lee

G Lorimer Moseley2
Adrian C Traeger2
Ian W Skinner1
2G Lorimer Moseley
2Adrian C Traeger
1Ian W Skinner
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INTRODUCTION Low back pain (LBP) is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Of those patients who present to primary care with acute LBP, 40% continue to report symptoms 3 months later and develop chronic LBP. Although it is possible to identify these patients early, effective interventions to improve their outcomes are not available. This double-blind(More)
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this systematic review was to determine the viability of the dual-task paradigm in the evaluation of a sports-related concussion. DESIGN Systematic review and meta-analysis. METHODS Eight electronic databases were searched from their inception until the 11(th) of April 2011. Studies were grouped according to their reported gait(More)
BACKGROUND Back pain is a global health problem. Recent research has shown that risk factors that are proximal to the onset of back pain might be important targets for preventive interventions. Rapid communication through social media might be useful for delivering timely interventions that target proximal risk factors. Identifying individuals who are(More)
Evidence from randomized controlled studies shows that reconceptualizing pain improves patients' knowledge of pain biology, reduces catastrophizing thoughts, and improves pain and function. However, causal relationships between these variables remain untested. It is hypothesized that reductions in catastrophizing could mediate the relationship between(More)
BACKGROUND Advancements in mobile phone technology have led to the development of smartphones with the capability to run apps. The availability of a plethora of health- and fitness-related smartphone apps has the potential, both on a clinical and public health level, to facilitate healthy behavior change and weight management. However, current top-rated(More)
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