2022 - Research.com Best Female Scientist Award
2018 - Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Science
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Osteoarthritis, Randomized controlled trial and Range of motion. Specifically, her work in Physical therapy is concerned with the study of Rehabilitation. Her Physical medicine and rehabilitation research incorporates elements of Cognition, Muscle weakness, Patella and Physical function.
She has included themes like Proprioception, Internal medicine, Rheumatology and Knee Joint in her Osteoarthritis study. Her studies in Randomized controlled trial integrate themes in fields like Visual analogue scale, Confidence interval, Knee pain, Placebo and WOMAC. Her Range of motion study combines topics in areas such as Ankle and Intraclass correlation.
Her primary areas of investigation include Physical therapy, Osteoarthritis, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Randomized controlled trial and Orthopedic surgery. Her Physical therapy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Psychological intervention, Clinical trial and Knee pain. Her research investigates the link between Osteoarthritis and topics such as Knee Joint that cross with problems in Gait analysis.
Her research integrates issues of Range of motion, Patellofemoral pain syndrome, Ankle and Biomechanics in her study of Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Her Randomized controlled trial research integrates issues from Rating scale, Intervention, Visual analogue scale, Quality of life and WOMAC. Her work in Orthopedic surgery addresses issues such as Orthodontics, which are connected to fields such as Cartilage.
Kim L. Bennell mostly deals with Physical therapy, Osteoarthritis, Randomized controlled trial, Knee pain and Clinical trial. Her work in Physical therapy tackles topics such as Rheumatology which are related to areas like Arthritis. Kim L. Bennell combines subjects such as Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Internal medicine, Knee Joint and Exercise therapy with her study of Osteoarthritis.
She frequently studies issues relating to Range of motion and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Her studies deal with areas such as Quality of life, Medical prescription, Sports medicine and Rating scale as well as Randomized controlled trial. The study incorporates disciplines such as Adverse effect and Quality of life in addition to Clinical trial.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physical therapy, Osteoarthritis, Randomized controlled trial, Psychological intervention and Rehabilitation. Her Physical therapy research incorporates themes from Clinical trial, Intervention, Manual therapy, Weight management and Confidence interval. Her research in Osteoarthritis intersects with topics in Knee Joint, Orthopedic surgery, Internal medicine, Weight-bearing and Tibia.
Her Randomized controlled trial research includes elements of Patient satisfaction, Strength training, Adverse effect and Knee pain. Her work carried out in the field of Rehabilitation brings together such families of science as Guideline, Squatting position and Femoroacetabular impingement. As a part of the same scientific study, Kim L. Bennell usually deals with the Range of motion, concentrating on Femoracetabular Impingement and frequently concerns with Physical medicine and rehabilitation.
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Exercise for osteoarthritis of the knee
Marlene Fransen;Sara McConnell;Alison R Harmer;Martin Van der Esch.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2015)
Validity and reliability of the Nintendo Wii Balance Board for assessment of standing balance
Ross Clark;Adam Bryant;Yonghao Pua;Paul Robert Mccrory.
Gait & Posture (2010)
Analysis of outcome measures for persons with patellofemoral pain: which are reliable and valid?
Kay M Crossley;Kim L Bennell;Sallie M Cowan;Sally Green.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2004)
Delayed onset of electromyographic activity of vastus medialis obliquus relative to vastus lateralis in subjects with patellofemoral pain syndrome.
Sallie M. Cowan;Kim L. Bennell;Paul W. Hodges;Kay M. Crossley.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2001)
Physical therapy for patellofemoral pain - A randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial
Kay Crossley;Kim L Bennell;Sally Green;Sallie Cowan.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (2002)
Intra-rater and inter-rater reliability of a weight-bearing lunge measure of ankle dorsiflexion.
Kim L Bennell;Richard C Talbot;Henry Wajswelner;Wassana Techovanich.
The Australian journal of physiotherapy (1998)
Risk Factors for Stress Fractures in Track and Field Athletes A Twelve-Month Prospective Study
Kim L. Bennell;Susan A. Malcolm;Shane A. Thomas;Sally J. Reid.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (1996)
OARSI guidelines for the non-surgical management of knee, hip, and polyarticular osteoarthritis
Raveendhara Bannuru;M. C. Osani;E. E. Vaysbrot;Nigel Arden;Nigel Arden.
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage (2019)
Isokinetic strength testing does not predict hamstring injury in Australian Rules footballers.
K Bennell;H Wajswelner;P Lew;A Schall-Riaucour.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (1998)
Effect of vitamin D supplementation on muscle strength: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Kellie Anne Stockton;Kellie Anne Stockton;Kerrie L Mengersen;Jennifer D Paratz;David Arumaisingam Kandiah.
Osteoporosis International (2010)
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage
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