Dear Member, Kære Medlem
Following presentations from Spine Congress #DMPA2017 have been made available for download.
For an overview of the Spine Congress program please visit www.spinecongress.dk.
Some presentations are not published due to yet unpublished data, copyrights or sensitive contents.
The Burden of Back and Neck Pain - Jan Hartvigsen, Professor, DC
Clinical Reasoning and a multimodal approach – embracing the bio-psycho-social model - Flemming Enoch, MPT, MaRehab,
Cervical Arterial Dysfunction – Implications for clinical practice - Roger Kerry, Ass. Professor, MPT, PhD, University of Nottingham, UK.
Spinal Mobilisation and Manipulation – The art, mechanisms and effects - Kristoffer Davey Dalsgaard, Dip. MPT
Cauda Equina - Susan Greenhalgh, MA, GD Phys FSCP, UK
Incorporating knowledge about psychological aspects of pain within physiotherapy practice - Tamar Pincus, Professor in Health Psychology, UK
- Does a combination of physical training, specific exercises and pain education improve health-related quality of life in patients with chronic neck pain? A randomised control trial.
Inge Ris Hansen, Master in Rehab, Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy,Phd, University Southern Denmark
- The effect of pain on sensory and motor control mechanisms in healthy and recurrent low back pain patients Lars Henrik Larsen, PT, Stud PhD, MScPT, MHA, Senior lecturer at University College North Denmark
Physiotherapy research – a renaissance for evidence-based practice? - Roger Kerry, Ass. Professor, MPT, PhD, University of Nottingham, UK.
- Neck pain and upper limb function.
Steffan Wittrup Christensen, Physiotherapist, MPhty, B.Pt, Specialist in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, PhD Fellow,Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction,