Items where SHU Author is "May, Stephen"
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PARR, Sarah and MAY, Stephen (2014). Do musculoskeletal physiotherapists believe the NICE guidelines for the management of non-specific LBP are practical and relevant to their practice? : a cross sectional survey. Physiotherapy, 100 (3), 235-241.
MAY, Stephen and COMER, C (2013). Is surgery more effective than non-surgical treatment for spinal stenosis and which non-surgical treatment is more effective? a systematic review. Physiotherapy, 99 (1), 12-20.
ALNAHHAL, Ayah and MAY, Stephen (2012). Validation of the Arabic version of the Quebec Back Pain Disability Scale. Spine, 37 (26), E1645-E1650.
LITTLEWOOD, Chris, ASHTON, Jon, CHANCE-LARSEN, Kenneth, MAY, Stephen and STURROCK, Ben (2012). Exercise for rotator cuff tendinopathy : a systematic review. Physiotherapy, 98 (2), 101-109.
MAY, Stephen (2012). Chronic Low Back Pain. In: MOORE, RJ, (ed.) Handbook of Pain and Palliative Care. Springer.
MAY, Stephen and AINA, A (2012). A centralization and directional preference : a systematic review. Manual Therapy, 17 (6), 497-506.
MAY, Stephen and ROSEDALE, R. (2012). A survey of the McKenzie Classification System in the Extremities : prevalence of mechanical syndromes and preferred loading strategies. Physical Therapy, 92 (9), 1175-1186.
MAY, Stephen and DONELSON, R (2011). Mechanical assessment of axial lumbosacral pain. In: DEPALMA, Michael, (ed.) iSpine : evidence-based interventional spine care. New York, Demosmedical.
MAY, Stephen, NANCHE, G and PINGLE, S (2011). High frequency of McKenzie's posturalsyndrome in young population of non-care seeking individuals. Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, 19 (1), 48-54.
MAY, Stephen and DONELSON, R (2011). McKenzie Method. In: DAGENAIS, Simon and HALDEMAN, Scott, (eds.) Evidence-based management of low back pain. Missouri, Elsevier Mosby, 122-133.
LITTLEWOOD, Chris, ASHTON, Jon, CHANCE-LARSEN, Kenneth, MAY, Stephen and STURROCK, Ben (2011). The quality of reporting might not reflect the quality of the study: implications for undertaking and appraising a systematic review. Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy.
MAY, Stephen, WITHERS, S, REEVE, S and GREASLEY, A (2010). Limited clinical reasoning skills used by novice physiotherapists when involved in the assessment and management of patients with shoulder problems: a qualitative study. Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, 18 (2), 84-88.
FIDVI, N and MAY, Stephen (2010). Physiotherapy management of low back pain in India : a survey of self-reported practice. Physiotherapy research international, 15 (3), 150-159.
MAY, Stephen, CHANCE-LARSEN, Kenneth, LITTLEWOOD, Chris, LOMAS, David and SAAD, Mahmoud (2010). Reliability of physical examination tests used in the assessment of patients with shoulder problems: a systematic review. Physiotherapy, 96 (3), 179-190.
MCLEAN, Sionnadh, MAY, Stephen, KLABER-MOFFETT, J, SHARP, D M and GARDINER, E (2010). Risk factors for the onset of non-specific neck pain: a systematic review. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 64 (7), 565-572.
MAY, Stephen (2010). Self-management of chronic low back pain and osteoarthritis. Nature Reviews Rheumatology, 6 (4), 199-209.
NEWSOME, R J, MAY, Stephen, CHIVERTON, N and COLE, A A (2009). A prospective, randomised trial of immediate exercise following lumbar microdiscectomy: a preliminary study. Physiotherapy, 95 (4), 273-279.
REEVE , Sarah and MAY, Stephen (2009). Exploration of patients' perspectives of quality within an extended scope physiotherapists' spinal screening service. Physiotherapy Theory & Practice, 25 (8), 533-543.
MAY, Stephen and ROSS, Jenny (2009). The McKenzie classification system in the extremities: a reliability study using McKenzie assessment forms and experienced clinicians. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 32 (7), 556-563.
KANEKO, Shouta, TAKASAKI, Hiroshi and MAY, Stephen (2009). Application of mechanical diagnosis and therapy to a patient diagnosed with de Quervain's disease: a case study. Journal of Hand Therapy, 22 (3), 278-284.