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Out of Aotearoa.

Out of Aotearoa is a new section of the New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy. It is a reference list of publications relevant to physiotherapy that have appeared in peer-reviewed scientific and professional journals during the previous calendar year 2005. The intent of OOA is to inform members research specifically relevant to New Zealand physiotherapy practice; to highlight the breadth and depth of expertise within (or produced by) the New Zealand physiotherapy community; to facilitate prospective new researchers in the identification of potential supervisors, role-models and mentors; and to celebrate the success of our home-grown academics on the world stage. Articles are be eligible for inclusion if they report research or scholarly activity relevant to physiotherapy, that was either:

a) conducted in New Zealand, or

b) authored/co-authored by a New Zealand physiotherapist(s) (regardless of whether the author was based locally or overseas), or

c) authored/co-authored by a physiotherapist(s) based in New Zealand (regardless of citizenship or nationality).

We invite submissions or referrals of eligible articles at any time, to editor.nzjp@mac.com

Biomechanics

Carman AB and Milburn PD (2005): Dynamic coordinate data for describing muscle-tendon paths: a mathematical approach. Journal of Biomechanics 38: 943-951.

Carman AB and Milburn PD (2005): Determining rigid body transformation parameters from ill-conditioned spatial marker co-ordinates. Journal of Biomechanics. doi:10.1016/j.jbiomech.2005.05.028

Hume PA, Keogh J and Reid D (2005): The role of biomechanics in maximising distance and accuracy of golf shots. Sports Medicine 35: 429-449.

Hunter JP, Marshall RN and McNair PJ (2005): Relationships between ground reaction force impulse and kinematics of sprint-running acceleration. Journal of Applied Biomechanics 21: 31-43.

Mackey AH, Walt SE, Lobb GA and Stott NS (2005): Reliability of upper and lower limb three-dimensional kinematics in children with hemiplegia. Gait and Posture 22: 1-9.

McCane B, Abbott JH, King T (2005): On calculating the finite centre of rotation for rigid planar motion. Medical Engineering and Physics 27: 75-79.

McCane B, King T, Abbott JH (2005): Calculating the 2D motion of lumbar vertebrae using splines. Journal of Biomechanics. doi:10.1016/j.jbiomech.2005.09.015

McNair PJ and Portero P (2005): Using isokinetic dynamometers for measurements associated with tissue extensibility. Isokinetics and Exercise Science 13: 53-56.

Taranto MJ, Taranto J, Bryant A and Singer KP (2005): Radiographic investigation of angular and linear measurements including first metatarsophalangeal joint dorsiflexion and rearfoot to forefoot axis angle. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery 44:190-199.

Taranto J, Taranto MJ, Bryant A and Singer KP (2005): Angle of gait: a comparative reliability study using footprints and the EMED-SF(R). Foot 15:7-13.

Cardiorespiratory

Prapavessis H, Maddison R, Ruygrok PN, Bassett S, Harper T and Gillanders L (2005): Using theory of planned behaviour to understand exercise motivation in patients with congenital heart disease. Psychology, Health and Medicine 10: 335-343.

Skinner MA, Choudhury MS, Homan SD, Cowan JO, Wilkins GT and Taylor DR (2005): Accuracy of monitoring for sleep-sleep-related breathing disorders in the coronary care unit. related Chest 127: 66-71.

General, Theory and Professional Issues

Binns E (2005): An innovative approach to physiotherapy workforce development regarding culture. Focus on Health Professional Education 6: 15-17.

Levack W, Dean S, Siegert R, McPherson K. (2005): Purposes and mechanisms of goal setting in rehabilitation: the need for a critical distinction. Disability and Rehabilitation. http://www.journalsonline.tandf.co.uk/link. asp?id=12p67711g0388265

McPherson KM, Levac W and Kersten P (2005): Using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) as a basis for understanding outcomes. Hospital Medicine 66: 210-214.

McPherson KM, Levac W and Kersten P (2005): A new classification for outcomes in illness and injury. British Journal of Hospital Medicine 66: 210-213.

McPherson KM, Kersten P, George S, Lattimer V, Ellis B, Breton A, Kaur D and Frampton G. (2005): Extended roles for allied health professionals in the NHS. London: National Health Service http://www.sdo.lshtm.ac.uk/pdf/ evalmodels_mcpherson32_finaledited.pdf [Accessed February 18, 2006].

Siegert RJ, McPherson KM and Dean S (2005): Theory development and a science of rehabilitation. Disability and Rehabilitation 27: 1493-1501.

Sinnott A and Dean S. (2005): Symposium on Rehabilitation: Choosing appropriate measures in inpatient rehabilitation. Hospital Medicine 66: 205-209.

Geriatrics

Campbell AJ, Robertson MC, La Grow SJ, Kerse NM, Sanderson GF, Jacobs RJ, Sharp DM and Hale LA (2005): Randomised controlled trial of prevention of falls in people aged >75 with severe visual impairment: the VIP trial. British Medical Journal 331: 817.

Kalavar JM, Kolt GS, Giles LC and Driver RP (2005): Physical activity in older Asian Indians living in the United States: barriers and motives. Activities, Adaptation and Aging 29: 47-67.

Stewart JJ, Giles L, Paterson JE and Butler SJ (2005): Knowledge and attitude towards older people: New Zealand students entering health professional degrees. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics 23: 25-36.

Musculoskeletal

Abbott JH, McCane B, Herbison P, Moginie G, Chapple C and Hogarty T (2005): Lumbar segmental instability: a criterion-criterion-related validity study of manual therapy assessment. related BioMed Central Musculoskeletal Disorders 6:56.

Agarwal S, Allison GT and Singer KP (2005): Reliability of the spin-T cervical goniometer in measuring cervical range of motion in an asymptomatic Indian population. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics 28: 487-492.

Armstrong BS, McNair PJ and Williams M (2005): Head and neck position sense in whiplash patients and healthy individuals and the effect of the cranio-cervical " exion action. Clinical Biomechanics 20: 675-684.

Conroy J, Schneiders AG, Skinner MA and Newsham-West R (2005): The incidence of injuries in the 2004 ACC Think Safe NZ Masters Games. New Zealand Journal of Sports Medicine 33: 14-21.

Conroy JL and Schneiders AG (2005): The T4 syndrome. Manual Therapy 10: 292-296.

Clare HA, Adams R and Maher CG (2005): Reliability of McKenzie classification of patients with cervical or lumbar pain. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics 28:122-127.

Dean SG, Smith JA, Payne S and Weinman J (2005): Managing time: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of patients' and physiotherapists' perceptions of adherence to therapeutic exercise for low back pain. Disability and Rehabilitation 27: 625-636.

Gajdosik RL, Vander Linden DW, McNair PJ, Riggin TJ, Albertson JS, Mattick DJ and Wegley JC (2005): Viscoelastic properties of short calf muscle-tendon units of older women: effects of slow and fast passive dorsi " exion stretches in vivo. European Journal of Applied Physiology 95: 131-139.

Gajdosik RL, Vander Linden DW, McNair PJ, Williams AK and Riggin TJ (2005): Effects of an eight-week stretching program on the passive-elastic properties and function of the calf muscles of older women. Clinical Biomechanics 20: 973-983.

Laslett M, Aprill CN, McDonald B and Young SB (2005): Diagnosis of sacroiliac joint pain: validity of individual provocation tests and composites of tests. Manual Therapy 10: 207-218.

Laslett M, McDonald B, Tropp H, Aprill CN and Oberg B (2005): Agreement between diagnoses reached by clinical examination and available reference standards: a prospective study of 216 patients with lumbopelvic pain. BioMed Central Musculoskeletal Disorders 6: 28.

Laslett M, Oberg B, Aprill CN and McDonald B (2005): Centralization as a predictor of provocation discography results in chronic low back pain, and the in influence of disability and distress on diagnostic power. Spine Journal 4: 370-380.

Machado LA, Maher CG, Herbert RD, Clare H and McAuley J (2005): The McKenzie method for the management of acute non-specific low back pain: design of a randomised controlled trial. BioMed Central Musculoskeletal Disorders 6: 50.

Monaghan B and Baxter GD (2005): Post total knee arthroplasty: Age as a factor in early post-surgical outcome. Physical Therapy Reviews 10: 141-151.

Nash L, Nicholson H, Lee AS, Johnson GM and Zhang M (2005): Configuration of the connective tissue in the posterior atlanto-occipital interspace: a sheet plastination and confocal microscopy study. Spine 30: 1359-1366.

O'Sullivan P (2005): Diagnosis and classification of chronic low back pain disorders: maladaptive movement and motor control impairments as underlying mechanism. Manual Therapy 10: 242-255.

Owen G, Cronin J, Gill N and McNair P (2005): Knee extensor stiffness and functional performance. Physical Therapy in Sport 6: 38-44.

Weerapong P, Hume PA and Kolt GS (2005): The mechanisms of massage and effects on performance, muscle recovery and injury prevention. Sports Medicine 35: 235-256.

West D, Sole G and Sullivan SJ (2005): Shoulder external and internal rotation Isokinetic strength in Masters swimmers. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation 14: 12-19.

Woodley SJ and Mercer SR (2005): Hamstring muscles: architecture and innervation. Cells Tissues Organs 179: 125-142.

Neurology

Bryden AM, Sinnott KA and Mulcahey MJ. (2005): Innovative strategies for improving upper extremity function in person with tetraplegia and considerations in measuring functional outcomes. Topics in SCI Rehabilitation 10: 75-93.

Hale L and Piggot J (2005): Exploring the content of physiotherapeutic home-based stroke rehabilitation in New Zealand. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 86: 1933-1940.

Inder J and Sullivan SJ (2005): Motor and postural response profiles of four children with developmental coordination disorder. Pediatric Physical Therapy 17: 18-29.

Kilgour GM, McNair PJ and Stott NS (2005): Range of motion in children with Spastic Diplegia, GMFCS I-II compared to age and gender matched controls. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Paediatrics 25: 61-79.

Lord SE and Rochester L (2005): Measurement of community ambulation after stroke: current status and future developments. Stroke 36:1457-1461.

McNaughton HK, Weatherall M and McPherson KM (2005): Functional measures across neurologic disease states: analysis of factors in common. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 86: 2184-2188.

McPherson KM, McNaughton HK. (2005) When is a stroke unit not a stroke unit? Quality and Safety in Healthcare 14: 6.

Pal J, Hale L and Skinner M (2005): Investigating the reliability and validity of two balance measure in adults with stroke. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 12: 308-315.

Stott NS, Atherton WG, Mackey AH, Galley IJ, Nicol RO and Walsh SJ (2005): The reliability and validity of assessment of sagittal plane deviations in children who have spastic diplegia. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 86: 2337-2341.

Occupational Health, Ergonomics

Milosavljevic S, Milburn PD and Knox BW (2005): The influence of occupation on lumbar sagittal motion and posture. Ergonomics 48: 665-667.

Szeto GP, Straker LM and O'Sullivan PB (2005): A comparison of symptomatic and asymptomatic office workers performing monotonous keyboard work-2: Neck and shoulder kinematics. Manual Therapy 10: 281-291.

Szeto GP, Straker LM and O'Sullivan PB (2005): EMG median frequency changes in the neck-shoulder stabilizers of symptomatic office workers when challenged by different physical stressors. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 15: 544-555.

Young AE, Roessler RT, Wasiak R, McPherson KM, van Poppel MN and Anema JR (2005): A developmental conceptualization of return to work. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 15: 557-568.

Young, AE, Wasiak, R, Roessler RT, McPherson KM, Anema JR and van Poppel MN (2005): Return to work outcomes following work disability: stakeholder motivations, interests and concerns. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 15: 543-556.

Women's Health

Depledge J, McNair PJ, Keal-Smith C and Williams M (2005): Management of symphysis pubis dysfunction during pregnancy using exercise and pelvic support belts. Physical Therapy 85: 1290-1300.

Hay-Smith J, Herbison P, Ellis G and Morris A (2005): Which anticholinergic drug for overactive bladder symptoms in adults. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews: CD005429.

Hay-Smith J, Herbison P, Ellis G and Moore K (2005): Anticholinergic drugs versus placebo for overactive bladder syndrome in adults. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews: CD003781.

Thompson JA, O'Sullivan PB, Briffa K, Neumann P and Court S (2005): Assessment of pelvic floor movement using transabdominal and transperineal ultrasound. International Urogynecology Journal 16: 285-292.

Other

Freitas IF, Rush EC, Kolt GS and Luke A (2005): An alternative way of measuring hand-to-foot single frequency bioimpedance. International Journal of Body Composition Research 3: 3-4.

Khoo BC, Beck TJ, Qiao QH, Parakh P, Semanick L, Prince RL, Singer KP and Price RI (2005): In vivo short-term precision of hip structure analysis variables in comparison with bone mineral density using paired dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry scans from multi-center clinical trials. Bone 37: 112-121.

Knox JJ and Hodges PW (2005): Changes in head and neck position affect elbow joint position sense. Experimental Brain Research 165:107-113.
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