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Batten , Heather, Kuys, Suzanne S, McPhail, Steven, Nitz, Jenny, & Varghese, Paul (2012) Outcomes following inpatient rehabilitation of lower limb amputees. Australasian Journal On Ageing, 31(S2), p. 68.
Bellet, R. Nicole, Francis, Rebecca L, Jacob, Justin S, Healy, Karen M, Bartlett, Harold John Gregory, Adams, Lewis, et al. (2013) Timed Up and Go Tests in cardiac rehabilitation : reliability and comparison with the 6-minute walk test. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation & Prevention, 33(2), pp. 99-105.
Bleakley, Chris, Costello, Joseph, & Glasgow, Phil (2012) Should athletes return to sport after applying Ice? A systematic review of the effect of local 3 cooling on functional performance. Sports Medicine, 42(1), pp. 69-87.
Burgess, Kara, Kuys, Suzanne S, & McPhail, Steven (2012) Outcomes following inpatient rehabilitation : a seven year perspective. Australasian Journal On Ageing : Special Issue : Australian Association of Gerontology, 45th National Conference, 20–23 November 2012, Brisbane, Australia, 31(S2), p. 9.
Costello, Joseph & Donnelly, Alan (2010) Cryotherapy and joint position sense in healthy participants: a systematic review. Journal of Athletic Training, 45(3), pp. 306-316.
Costello, Joseph & Donnelly, Alan (2011) Effects of cold water immersion on knee joint position sense in healthy volunteers. Journal of Sports Sciences, 29(5), pp. 449-456.
McPhail, Steven, Bagraith, Karl S., Schippers, Mandy, Wells, Paula J., & Hatton, Anna (2012) Use of condition-specific patient-reported outcome measures in clinical trials among patients with wrist osteoarthritis : a systematic review. Advances in Orthopedics, 2012, pp. 1-10.
McPhail, Steven, Burgess, Kara, Kuys, Suzanne S., & Varghese, Paul (2012) Patient stay in a geriatric rehabilitation unit : 2011 versus 2005. Australasian Journal On Ageing, 31, p. 33.
McPhail, Steven, Dunstan, Joel, Canning, Julie, & Haines, Terry P. (2012) Life impact of ankle fractures : qualitative analysis of patient and clinician experiences. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 13(224).
McPhail, Steven, Schippers, Mandy, & Marshall, Alison (2012) Physical activity amongst older adults with musculoskeletal disorders : a descriptive study. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 15(S1), S289-S289.
McPhail, Steven, Schippers, Mandy, & Marshall, Alison (2012) Physical activity amongst people with chronic back pain : an investigation of perceived barriers and facilitators to inform intervention development. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 15(1), S170-S170.
McPhail, Steven, Schippers, Mandy, & Marshall, Alison L. (2012) Assessment bias : physical activity questionnaire assessment inadvertently influences patients’ desire to be ‘more physically active’. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 15(S1), S124-S124.
McPhail, Steven M., Dalland, Lars Nagelstad, Naess, Kaja, Lund, Marte, Ytre-Hauge, Tore Johan, Holm, Sigrid Reiersen, et al. (2012) Intratherapist reliability in the rating of scapula posture in multiple planes of reference. ISRN Rehabilitation, 2012, pp. 1-8.
Nix, Sheree, Russell, Trevor, Vicenzino, Bill, & Smith, Michelle (2012) Validity and reliability of hallux valgus angle measured on digital photographs. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 42(7), pp. 642-648.
Passier, Leanne, Doherty, Dominique, Smith, Jayne, & McPhail, Steven (2012) Vestibular rehabilitation following the removal of an acoustic neuroma : a systematic review of randomized trials. Head and Neck Oncology, 4(2), p. 59.
Peters, Catherine, Currin, Michelle, Tyson, Sara, Rogers, Anthea, Healy, Susan, McPhail, Steven, et al. (2012) A randomised controlled trial of an enhanced interdisciplinary community based group program for people with Parkinson’s disease: study rationale and protocol. Neurology International, 4(1).