Stuart M. McGill mostly deals with Electromyography, Physical therapy, Anatomy, Lumbar and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His study in Electromyography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biomedical engineering, Abdominal wall, Abdomen and Isometric exercise. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Lumbar spine and Low back, Low back pain.
His work deals with themes such as Compression, Moment and Radiography, which intersect with Anatomy. His research integrates issues of Torso, Lordosis, Weight-bearing and Joint stiffness in his study of Lumbar. His research in the fields of Core stability overlaps with other disciplines such as Inverse dynamics.
Physical therapy, Anatomy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Electromyography and Lumbar are his primary areas of study. The Physical therapy study combines topics in areas such as Low back, Low back pain, Lumbar spine and Motor control. His Anatomy study incorporates themes from Trunk muscle and Weight-bearing.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Torso are connected with Core and other disciplines. Structural engineering is closely connected to Biomechanics in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Electromyography. A large part of his Lumbar studies is devoted to Lumbar vertebrae.
His primary areas of investigation include Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Injury prevention, Biomechanics and Electromyography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Torso, Lumbar and Muscle activity. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Orthopedic surgery, Neutral spine and Low back pain.
Stuart M. McGill interconnects Joint stiffness and Anterior cruciate ligament in the investigation of issues within Biomechanics. His studies deal with areas such as Plyometrics, Medius, Deltoid curve, Throwing and Hip abduction as well as Electromyography. Stuart M. McGill usually deals with Rehabilitation and limits it to topics linked to Orientation and Anatomy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Physical therapy, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Injury prevention, Physical fitness and Functional movement. His biological study focuses on Back injury. In his research on the topic of Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Identification is strongly related with Psychological resilience.
His study focuses on the intersection of Functional movement and fields such as Biomechanics with connections in the field of Lumbar spine and Coronal plane. Stuart M. McGill combines subjects such as Shear force and Motor control with his study of Torso. His Muscle activity research is under the purview of Electromyography.
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Low Back Disorders : Evidence-Based Prevention and Rehabilitation
Mechanical stability of the in vivo lumbar spine: implications for injury and chronic low back pain
J. Cholewicki;Stuart M. McGill.
Clinical Biomechanics (1996)
Endurance times for low back stabilization exercises: Clinical targets for testing and training from a normal database
Stuart M. McGill;Aaron Childs;Craig Liebenson.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (1999)
Coordination of muscle activity to assure stability of the lumbar spine
Stuart M. McGill;Sylvain Grenier;Natasa Kavcic;Jacek Cholewicki.
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology (2003)
Preliminary Development of a Clinical Prediction Rule for Determining Which Patients With Low Back Pain Will Respond to a Stabilization Exercise Program
Gregory E. Hicks;Julie M. Fritz;Anthony Delitto;Stuart M. McGill.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2005)
Low back stability: from formal description to issues for performance and rehabilitation.
Stuart M. McGill.
Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews (2001)
Abdominal muscle response during curl-ups on both stable and labile surfaces.
Francisco J Vera-Garcia;Sylvain G Grenier;Stuart M McGill.
Physical Therapy (2000)
The biomechanics of low back injury: Implications on current practice in industry and the clinic
Stuart M. McGill.
Journal of Biomechanics (1997)
Low Back Exercises: Evidence for Improving Exercise Regimens
Stuart M McGill.
Physical Therapy (1998)
Electromyographic activity of the abdominal and low back musculature during the generation of isometric and dynamic axial trunk torque: implications for lumbar mechanics.
Stuart M. McGill.
Journal of Orthopaedic Research (1991)
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