Jack P. Callaghan
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Intervertebral disc herniation: studies on a porcine model exposed to highly repetitive flexion/extension motion with compressive force
JP Callaghan, SM McGill
Clinical Biomechanics 16 (1), 28-37, 2001
4252001
Low back joint loading and kinematics during standing and unsupported sitting
JP Callaghan, SM McGILL
Ergonomics 44 (3), 280-294, 2001
3462001
Elimination of electrocardiogram contamination from electromyogram signals: An evaluation of currently used removal techniques
JDM Drake, JP Callaghan
Journal of electromyography and kinesiology 16 (2), 175-187, 2006
2752006
The relationship between lumbar spine load and muscle activity during extensor exercises
JP Callaghan, JL Gunning, SM McGill
Physical therapy 78 (1), 8-18, 1998
2301998
Low back three-dimensional joint forces, kinematics, and kinetics during walking
JP Callaghan, AE Patla, SM McGill
Clinical Biomechanics 14 (3), 203-216, 1999
2281999
Effects of prolonged sitting on the passive flexion stiffness of the in vivo lumbar spine
TAC Beach, RJ Parkinson, JP Stothart, JP Callaghan
The Spine Journal 5 (2), 145-154, 2005
2022005
Gluteus medius muscle activation patterns as a predictor of low back pain during standing
E Nelson-Wong, DE Gregory, DA Winter, JP Callaghan
Clinical Biomechanics 23 (5), 545-553, 2008
1992008
Examination of the flexion relaxation phenomenon in erector spinae muscles during short duration slumped sitting
JP Callaghan, NM Dunk
Clinical Biomechanics 17 (5), 353-360, 2002
1922002
Prolonged standing as a precursor for the development of low back discomfort: an investigation of possible mechanisms
DE Gregory, JP Callaghan
Gait & posture 28 (1), 86-92, 2008
1602008
Using the Functional Movement Screen™ to evaluate the effectiveness of training
DM Frost, TAC Beach, JP Callaghan, SM McGill
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 26 (6), 1620-1630, 2012
1522012
Is muscle co-activation a predisposing factor for low back pain development during standing? A multifactorial approach for early identification of at-risk individuals
E Nelson-Wong, JP Callaghan
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 20 (2), 256-263, 2010
1432010
The porcine cervical spine as a model of the human lumbar spine: an anatomical, geometric, and functional comparison.
VR Yingling, JP Callaghan, SM McGill
Journal of Spinal Disorders 12 (5), 415-423, 1999
1431999
Gender-based differences in postural responses to seated exposures
NM Dunk, JP Callaghan
Clinical biomechanics 20 (10), 1101-1110, 2005
1422005
The impact of sit–stand office workstations on worker discomfort and productivity: a review
T Karakolis, JP Callaghan
Applied ergonomics 45 (3), 799-806, 2014
1392014
Spinal posture and prior loading history modulate compressive strength and type of failure in the spine: a biomechanical study using a porcine cervical spine model
JL Gunning, JP Callaghan, SM McGill
Clinical Biomechanics 16 (6), 471-480, 2001
1272001
Progressive disc herniation: an investigation of the mechanism using radiologic, histochemical, and microscopic dissection techniques on a porcine model
C Tampier, JDM Drake, JP Callaghan, SM McGill
Spine 32 (25), 2869-2874, 2007
1222007
Gluteus medius strength, endurance, and co-activation in the development of low back pain during prolonged standing
PWM Marshall, H Patel, JP Callaghan
Human movement science 30 (1), 63-73, 2011
1192011
Stability ball versus office chair: comparison of muscle activation and lumbar spine posture during prolonged sitting
DE Gregory, NM Dunk, JP Callaghan
Human Factors 48 (1), 142-153, 2006
1182006
The reliability of quantifying upright standing postures as a baseline diagnostic clinical tool
NM Dunk, YY Chung, DS Compton, JP Callaghan
Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 27 (2), 91-96, 2004
1182004
Implications for the use of postural analysis as a clinical diagnostic tool: reliability of quantifying upright standing spinal postures from photographic images
NM Dunk, J Lalonde, JP Callaghan
Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 28 (6), 386-392, 2005
1152005
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