Masterclass del profesor Paul Hodges

18/03/2014 - Actualidad

masterclassAyer tuvimos el placer de acudir a la masterclass de uno de los más prestigiosos fisioterapeutas a nivel mundial. La clase magistral trató sobre la estabilización de la columna lumbar y pelvis.

Paul Hodges es profesor e investigador principal de la División de Fisioterapia de la National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) de la Universidad de Queensland, y director del NHMRC Centre of Clinical Research Excellence in Spinal Pain, Injury and Health.

Destacado clínico e investigador, ha publicado más de 250 artículos científicos y capítulos de libros,y su trabajo a lo largo de los últimos 20 años ha servido de referencia en el campo del ejercicio aplicado al dolor lumbar.

Entre sus publicaciones más recientes destacan:

Hodges, P.W., Kaigle Holm, A. Hansson, T., Holm, S. (2006) Rapid atrophy of the lumbar multifidus follows experimental disc or nerve root injury. Spine 31(25):2926-33. IF=2.676
*Winner of the 2006 ISSLS Prize (Basic Science)

Ferreira, M.L., Ferreira, P.H., Latimer, J., Herbert, R., Hodges, P.W., Jennings, M.D., Maher, C.G., Refshauge, K.M. (2007) Comparison of general exercise, motor control exercise and spinal manipulative therapy for chronic low back pain: A randomized trial. Pain, accept 12/06.

Barker, P.J., Guggenheimer, K.T., Grkovic, I., Briggs, C.A., Jones, D.C., Thomas, C.D.L., Hodges, P.W. (2006) Effects of tensioning the lumbar fasciae on segmental stiffness during flexion and extension. Spine, 31:397–405. *Winner of the 2006 Spine Journal Young Investigator Award Winner

Smith, M. D., Russell, A., Hodges, P.W. (2006) Disorders of breathing and continence have a stronger association with back pain than obesity and physical activity. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 52:11-16. IF=0.918

Knox, J.J., Hodges, P.W. (2006) Do you know where your arm is if you think your head has moved? Experimental Brain Research, 173(1):94-101.

Hodges, P.W., Sapsford, R., Pengel, L.H.M. (2007) Postural and respiratory functions of the pelvic floor muscles. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 26(3):362-71.

Smith, M. D., Coppieters, M., Hodges, P.W. (2007) Postural response of the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles in women with and without incontinence. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 26(3):377-85.

Mok, N.W. Brauer, S.G., Hodges, P.W. (2007) Failure to use movement in postural strategies leads to impaired trunk control in low back pain. Spine, Accept 04/07.

Smith, M., Coppieters, M., Hodges, P.W. (2007) Postural activity of the pelvic floor muscles is delayed during rapid arm movements in women with stress urinary incontinence, International Urogynecology Journal, accept 10/06.

Tsao, H., Hodges, P.W. (2007) Immediate changes in feedforward postural adjustments following voluntary motor training. Experimental Brain Research, accept 03/07



Para más información podéis visitar la página web de la Universidad de Queensland (Australia).

http://www.uq.edu.au/ccre-spine/paul-hodges

Contacto

  C/ Miguel Delibes 50,
VALLADOLID, 47008, (VALLADOLID)

  983 345 083

  689 905 983

Ubicación

Atletico Valladolid