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Patient Satisfaction With Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy Care: A Systematic Review
Background Patient satisfaction is an important patient-centered health outcome. To date, no systematic review of the literature on patient satisfaction with musculoskeletal physical therapy care has… Expand
PLANT MITOSIS PROMOTING FACTOR DISASSEMBLES THE MICROTUBULE PREPROPHASE BAND AND ACCELERATES PROPHASE PROGRESSION IN TRADESCANTIA
- J. Hush, L. Wu, P. John, L. H. Hepler, P. Hepler
- Biology, Medicine
- Cell biology international
- 1 April 1996
The regulation of mitosis in higher plant cells has been investigated by microinjecting protein kinase from the metaphase‐arresting (met1) mutant ofChlamydomonas. Biochemical characterization of this… Expand
Multivariate classification of structural MRI data detects chronic low back pain.
- H. Ung, J. Brown, K. Johnson, J. Younger, J. Hush, S. Mackey
- Psychology, Medicine
- Cerebral cortex
- 1 April 2014
Chronic low back pain (cLBP) has a tremendous personal and socioeconomic impact, yet the underlying pathology remains a mystery in the majority of cases. An objective measure of this condition, that… Expand
Prevalence of sleep disturbance in patients with low back pain
Low back pain (LBP) is a common health condition that is often associated with disability, psychological distress and work loss. Worldwide, billions of dollars are expended each year trying to manage… Expand
Recovery: what does this mean to patients with low back pain?
- J. Hush, K. Refshauge, G. Sullivan, L. D. De Souza, C. Maher, J. McAuley
- Arthritis and rheumatism
- 30 December 2008
OBJECTIVE To explore patients' perceptions of recovery from low back pain, about which little is known. METHODS A qualitative study was conducted in which 36 participants, either recovered or… Expand
Individual, physical and psychological risk factors for neck pain in Australian office workers: a 1-year longitudinal study
Neck pain is more prevalent in office workers than in the general community. To date, findings from prospective studies that investigated causal relationships between putative risk factors and the… Expand
Prognosis of acute idiopathic neck pain is poor: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
- J. Hush, C. Lin, Z. Michaleff, A. Verhagen, K. Refshauge
- Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
- 1 May 2011
OBJECTIVE To conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis on the prognosis of acute idiopathic neck pain and disability. DATA SOURCES EMBASE, CINAHL, Medline, AMED, PEDro, and CENTRAL were… Expand
How is recovery from low back pain measured? A systematic review of the literature
Recovery is commonly used as an outcome measure in low back pain (LBP) research. There is, however, no accepted definition of what recovery involves or guidance as to how it should be measured. The… Expand
How little pain and disability do patients with low back pain have to experience to feel that they have recovered?
- S. Kamper, C. Maher, R. Herbert, M. Hancock, J. Hush, R. J. Smeets
- European Spine Journal
- 13 March 2010
Epidemiological and clinical studies of people with low back pain (LBP) commonly measure the incidence of recovery. The pain numerical rating scale (NRS), scores from 0 to 10, and Roland Morris… Expand
Detecting insomnia in patients with low back pain: accuracy of four self-report sleep measures
BackgroundAlthough insomnia is common in patients with low back pain (LBP), it is unknown whether commonly used self-report sleep measures are sufficiently accurate to screen for insomnia in the LBP… Expand