CPR Spine publications in the first 6 months of 2021

Jiménez-Grande D, Martinez-Valdes E, Atashzar F, Falla D. Muscle network topology analysis for the classification of chronic neck pain based on EMG biomarkers extracted during walking.  Plos One. Online ahead of print. Sanderson A, Wang SF, Elgueta Cancino E, Martinez Valdes E, Sanchis-Sanchez E, Liew B, Falla D. The effect of experimental and clinical musculoskeletal … Continue reading “CPR Spine publications in the first 6 months of 2021”

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Research Fellow Edith Elgueta-Cancino is promoted to Lecturer

My career as a researcher has been influenced by my physiotherapy degree and clinical practice. The main emphasis of my research is to understand how chronic pain influences the control of the central nervous system or body movements and how exercise/training can influence such changes. In order to do so, I have used neurophysiological tools … Continue reading “Research Fellow Edith Elgueta-Cancino is promoted to Lecturer”

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PGR Completions

Feras Alsultan has successfully passed his viva without any corrections on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. The title of his thesis was “Movement variability in people with neck pain disorders”.  His supervisors were Professor Deborah Falla and Dr Nicola R. Heneghan. Nicola Middlebrook successfully defended her PhD entitled “Central Sensitisation in Musculoskeletal Trauma”. Her supervisors were … Continue reading “PGR Completions”

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PhD Highlights: Pain Interference with Motor Learning in the Human Spinal Cord

By David Matthews, PhD student at CPR Spine Every day we are exposed to new challenges or have to adapt to new environments. Our propensity to learn complex skills is what sets us apart from much of the animal kingdom. In many cases, we are able to acquire multiple skills at once which compete for … Continue reading “PhD Highlights: Pain Interference with Motor Learning in the Human Spinal Cord”

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