Trost Z, France CR, Sullivan MJ, Thomas JS (2011). Pain-related Fear Predicts Reduced Spinal Motion Following Experimental Back Injury. Pain May;153(5):1015-21.
Goss DA, Thomas JS, Walkowski S, Licciardone JC, Yue GH, and Clark BC(2012) Non-impulse manual therapy reduces erector spinae short-latency stretch reflex asymmetries in patients with chronic low back pain. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. Jan 27. [Epub ahead of print]
Clark BC, Goss DA, Walkowski S, Hoffman RL, Ross AJ, Thomas JS (2011). Neurophysiologic effects of spinal manipulation in patients with chronic low back pain. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 12:170
Trost Z, France CR, Thomas JS. (2011). Pain-related Fear and Avoidance of Physical Exertion Following Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. Pain. PMID: 21419575
Goss DA, Thomas JS, Clark (2011).Novel methods for quantifying neurophysiologic properties of the human lumbar paraspinal muscles. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 194(2):329-35 PMID: 20969893
Thomas JS, Ross A, Russ DW, Clark BC (2011). Time to task failure of the trunk extensor muscles differs with load type. Journal of Motor Behavior. 43(1)27-29.
Johnson EN, Thomas, JS. (2010) Effect of hamstring flexibility on hip and lumbar spine excursions during forward-reaching tasks in participants with and without low back pain. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Thomas JS, France CR, Sha D, Wiele NV (2008). The influence of pain-related fear on peak muscle activity and force generation during maximal isometric trunk exertions. Spine 33: E342-348
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