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Co-designing the inflammatory arthritis self-management (aiM) intervention. (2023)
Thesis
KNUTH, A. 2023. Co-designing the inflammatory arthritis self-management (aiM) intervention. Robert Gordon University, DPT thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-2071688

Self-management is an integral part of care for people living with inflammatory arthritis. The benefits of self-management interventions for people living with long-term conditions are well established. To date, most of the inflammatory arthritis sel... Read More about Co-designing the inflammatory arthritis self-management (aiM) intervention..

The effect of position on the lumbar intervertebral disc. (2014)
Thesis
ALEXANDER, L.A.A. 2014. The effect of position on the lumbar intervertebral disc. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis.

This thesis comprises three phases with a combined aim which was to investigate the effect of position on the lumbar intervertebral disc (IVD). The effect of position on the lumbar IVD in asymptomatic subjects and subjects with discogenic low back pa... Read More about The effect of position on the lumbar intervertebral disc..

An investigation of the relationship between anterior knee pain and lower limb biomechanics. (2011)
Thesis
DUNCAN, G. 2011. An investigation of the relationship between anterior knee pain and lower limb biomechanics. Robert Gordon University, MRes thesis.

The thesis presents an investigation of the relationship between anterior knee pain and lower limb biomechanics in symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals during walking. Although foot orthotic devices are often prescribed to realign lower extremity... Read More about An investigation of the relationship between anterior knee pain and lower limb biomechanics..

Enhancing service delivery for chronic low back pain: evidence for patient-centred physiotherapy and the objective measurement of outcome. (2007)
Thesis
COOPER, K. 2007. Enhancing service delivery for chronic low back pain: evidence for patient-centred physiotherapy and the objective measurement of outcome. Robert Gordon University, PhD thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1688439

This thesis incorporates two studies, whose combined aims were to inform and improve the physiotherapy management of chronic low back pain (CLBP) patients in primary care. A qualitative study explored patients' perceptions of physiotherapy for CLBP,... Read More about Enhancing service delivery for chronic low back pain: evidence for patient-centred physiotherapy and the objective measurement of outcome..