2015 - Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Science
Kathryn M. Refshauge mainly investigates Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Low back pain, Ankle and Randomized controlled trial. When carried out as part of a general Physical therapy research project, her work on Rehabilitation is frequently linked to work in Sprains and strains, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Kathryn M. Refshauge interconnects Significant difference, Chronic ankle instability, Manual therapy, Meta-analysis and Athletes in the investigation of issues within Physical medicine and rehabilitation.
The various areas that Kathryn M. Refshauge examines in her Low back pain study include Odds ratio, Internal medicine, Cohort study, Confidence interval and Depression. Her work on Ankle instability as part of her general Ankle study is frequently connected to Concurrent validity, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The concepts of her Randomized controlled trial study are interwoven with issues in Joint mobilization, Physical exercise and Motor control.
Kathryn M. Refshauge mostly deals with Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Low back pain, Ankle and Randomized controlled trial. Her research integrates issues of Alternative medicine, Back pain and Clinical trial in her study of Physical therapy. Her study in Back pain is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Family medicine, Longitudinal study and Cohort.
Her work carried out in the field of Physical medicine and rehabilitation brings together such families of science as Meta-analysis, Manual therapy, Psychological intervention and Motor control. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Low back pain, Odds ratio is strongly linked to Confidence interval. Her work deals with themes such as Intervention and Neck pain, which intersect with Randomized controlled trial.
Her primary areas of study are Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Low back pain, Ankle and Confidence interval. Her Physical therapy research incorporates elements of Quality of life, Intervention, Randomized controlled trial, Quality of life and Back pain. The study incorporates disciplines such as Rehabilitation, Radiography, Orthopedic surgery, Meta-analysis and Range of motion in addition to Physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Her Low back pain study incorporates themes from Demography, Chronic pain, Cohort study and Patient education. In the subject of general Ankle, her work in Lateral ankle is often linked to Sprains and strains, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her Confidence interval research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Odds ratio, Body mass index, Waist, Psychometrics and Confounding.
Kathryn M. Refshauge focuses on Physical therapy, Low back pain, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Odds ratio and Quality of life. Her Physical therapy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Clinical trial, Quality of life, Cross-sectional study, Randomized controlled trial and Meta-analysis. Her Low back pain study combines topics in areas such as Chronic pain and Sick leave.
Kathryn M. Refshauge regularly ties together related areas like Ankle in her Physical medicine and rehabilitation studies. The Lateral ankle research Kathryn M. Refshauge does as part of her general Ankle study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Sprains and strains, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. She combines subjects such as Prospective cohort study, Depression and Confidence interval with her study of Odds ratio.
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Acute low back pain: systematic review of its prognosis.
Liset H M Pengel;Robert D Herbert;Chris G Maher;Kathryn M Refshauge.
Selection criteria for patients with chronic ankle instability in controlled research: a position statement of the international ankle consortium
Phillip A Gribble;Eamonn Delahunt;Chris Bleakley;Brian Caulfield.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2013)
Prognosis in patients with recent onset low back pain in Australian primary care: inception cohort study
Nicholas Henschke;Christopher G Maher;Kathryn M Refshauge;Robert D Herbert.
The Cumberland ankle instability tool: a report of validity and reliability testing.
Claire E. Hiller;Kathryn M. Refshauge;Anita C. Bundy;Rob D. Herbert.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2006)
Comparison of general exercise, motor control exercise and spinal manipulative therapy for chronic low back pain: A randomized trial
Manuela L. Ferreira;Paulo H. Ferreira;Jane Latimer;Robert D. Herbert.
Incidence and risk factors for graft rupture and contralateral rupture after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
Lucy Salmon;Vivianne Russell;Tim Musgrove;Leo Pinczewski.
Cutaneous Receptors Contribute to Kinesthesia at the Index Finger, Elbow, and Knee
David F. Collins;Kathryn M. Refshauge;Gabrielle Todd;Simon C. Gandevia.
Journal of Neurophysiology (2005)
Prevalence of and screening for serious spinal pathology in patients presenting to primary care settings with acute low back pain.
Nicholas Henschke;Christopher G. Maher;Kathryn M. Refshauge;Robert D. Herbert.
Arthritis & Rheumatism (2009)
Prognosis for patients with chronic low back pain: inception cohort study
Luciola da C Menezes Costa;Christopher G Maher;James H McAuley;Mark J Hancock.
Specific stabilisation exercise for spinal and pelvic pain: a systematic review
Paulo H. Ferreira;Paulo H. Ferreira;Manuela L. Ferreira;Christopher G. Maher;Robert D. Herbert.
The Australian journal of physiotherapy (2006)
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