Regis University offers a Clinical Biomechanics Lab.

Presentations

View top papers by the Clinical Biomechanics Lab team. 

  • MECHANICAL RESPONSE TO THORACOLUMBAR FASCIA INJURY USING A PORCINE MODEL, Erika Nelson-Wong
  • FLEXION RELAXATION RESPONSE BETWEEN PEOPLE WITH AND WITHOUT STANDING-INDUCED LOW BACK PAIN AND A CLINICAL COMPARISON GROUP, L. Baker
  • Males Utilize A Trunk Stiffening Strategy For Returning To Stand From Flexion Compared To Females Regardless Of Low Back Pain Status And Standing Tolerance, C. Longacre
  • MUSCLE SEQUENCING DURING STANDING FLEXION DIFFERS BETWEEN MALES AND FEMALES INDEPENDENT OF LOW BACK PAIN AND STANDING TOLERANCE, A. Renslo.
  • Can Desk Workers Become Better Standers? An Intervention to Increase Standing Tolerance, Erika Nelson-Wong.
  • A Comparison of Muscle Activity during Spine Extension in People With and Without Standing-Induced Low Back Pain, and Those with Chronic Low Back Pain, Daniel Viggiani.

  • Publications

  • Nelson-Wong E, Glinka M, Noguchi M, Langevin H, Badger G, Callaghan JP. Acute Surgical Injury Alters the Tensile Properties of Thoracolumbar Fascia in a Porcine Model. J Biomech Eng. 2018 140(10). doi:10-1115/1.4040452
  • Nelson-Wong E, Gallant P, Alexander S, Dehmer K, Ingvalson S, McClenahan B, Piatte A, Poupore K, Davis AM. Multiplanar lumbopelvic control in patients with low back pain: is multiplanar assessment better than single plane assessment in discriminating between patients and healthy controls? J Man Manip THer. 2016 24(1):45-50. doi: 10.1179/2042618614Y.0000000078 
  • Nelson-Wong E & Callaghan JP. Transient low back pain development during standing predicts future clinical low back pain in previously asymptomatic individuals. Spine. 2014 39(6):E379-383. doi:10.1097/BRS.0000000000000191
  • Nelson-Wong E, Flynn T, Callaghan JP. Development of active hip abduction as a screening test for identifying occupational low back pain. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2009 39(9):649-657.doi: 10.2519/jospt.2009.3093. 
  • Nelson-Wong E, Howarth S, Winter DA, Callaghan JP. Application of autocorrelation and cross-correlation analyses in human movement and rehabilitation research. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2009 39(4):287-295.doi: 10.2519/jospt.2009.2969. 
  • Nelson-Wong E, Gregory DE, Winter DA, Callaghan JP. Gluteus medius muscle activation patterns as a predictor of low back pain during standing. Clin Biomech 23(5):543-553.doi: 10.1016/j.clinbiomech.2008.01.002.