BRI PUBLISHED RESEARCH

  • Lane, E., Clewley, D., & Koppenhaver, S. Complaints of upper extremity numbness and tingling relieved with dry needling of the teres minor and infraspinatus: a case report. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2017;47(4), 287-292.
  • Clewley D, Flynn TW, Koppenhaver S.  Trigger point dry needling as an adjunct treatment for a patient with adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder.  J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2014;44(2):92-101.

 

BRI ONGOING CONTRIBUTION TO RESEARCH

  • Lane E, Fritz J, Louw A, Puentedura E, Maddox D.  The effectiveness of training physical therapists in pain neuroscience education on patient reported outcomes for patients with chronic spinal pain.  Grant funded by APTA Ortho Section
  • Maddox D, Clewley D, Lane E.  Systematic review on the hypoalgesic effects of neurodynamic mobilization
  • Maddox D, Solis F, Cantu R.  Investigation into the local and widespread hypoalgesic effects of neurodynamic mobilization in healthy controls vs. individuals with pain
  • Nunez A, Maddox D.  Finding equilibrium: the reconciliation and practical integration of modern pain concepts with classic manual therapy paradigms
  • Cantu R, Maddox D, Dolis F.  Functional exercise vs. functional exercise plus manual therapy in elderly patients with diminished function and low back pain
  • Mollohan V, Junkin J, Maddox D.  Risk of adverse events with dry needling by physical therapists
  • Clewley D, Maddox D, McConnell R, Spinks S.  Systematic review regarding the quality of reporting in the dry needling literature utilizing the TIDieR checklist
  • Lane E, Maddox D, Shepherd M.  Narrative review paper about the endocrine and immune system correlations with chronic pain
  • Systematic review of the hypoalgesic effects of neurodynamic mobilization