Items where SHU Author is "May, Stephen"
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TAKASAKI, Hiroshi, IWASADA, Yoshihiro and MAY, Stephen (2015). Attitude towards the use of mechanical diagnosis and therapy and reliability of classification extremity problems by credentialed therapists. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, 14 (1), 32-38.
TAKASAKI, Hiroshi and MAY, Stephen (2014). Mechanical diagnosis and therapy has similar effects on pain and disability as ‘wait and see’ and other approaches in people with neck pain: a systematic review. Journal of Physiotherapy, 60 (2), 78-84.
ROSEDALE, Richard, RASTOGI, Ravi, MAY, Stephen, CHESWORTH, Bert M., FILICE, Frank, WILLIS, Sean, HOWARD, James, NAUDIE, Douglas and ROBBINS, Shawn M. (2014). Efficacy of exercise intervention as determined by the McKenzie system of mechanical diagnosis and therapy for knee osteoarthritis: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, 44 (3), 173-A6.
LITTLEWOOD, Chris, MALLIARAS, Peter, MAWSON, Sue, MAY, Stephen and WALTERS, Stephen (2014). Patients with rotator cuff tendinopathy can successfully self-manage, but with certain caveats: a qualitative study. Physiotherapy, 100 (1), 80-85.
LITTLEWOOD, Chris, MALLIARAS, Peter, MAWSON, Sue, MAY, Stephen and WALTERS, Stephen J. (2014). Self-managed loaded exercise versus usual physiotherapy treatment for rotator cuff tendinopathy: a pilot randomised controlled trial. Physiotherapy, 100 (1), 54-60.
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.
BURN, Damon, MAY, Stephen and EDWARDS, Lindsay (2014). General Practitioners' views about an orthopaedic clinical assessment service. Physiotherapy Research International, 19 (3), 176-185.
OPPONG-YEBOAH, Bertha and MAY, Stephen (2014). Management of low back pain in Ghana : a survey of self-reported practice. Physiotherapy Research International, 19 (4), 222-230.
SMITH, Benjamin E, LITTLEWOOD, Chris and MAY, Stephen (2014). An update of stabilisation exercises for low back pain : a systematic review with meta-analysis. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 15 (1), p. 416.
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 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, 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.
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.
MAY, Stephen (2012). Chronic Low Back Pain. In: MOORE, RJ, (ed.) Handbook of Pain and Palliative Care. Springer.
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 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.