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Publications

Watson L, Balster S, Lenssen R, Hoy G, Pizzari T. (2018). The effects of a conservative rehabilitation program for multidirectional instability of the shoulder [published online September 22, 2017]. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. https://doi:10.1016/j.jse.2017.07.002

Warby, S. A., Ford, J. J., Hahne, A. J., Watson, L., Balster, S., Lenssen, R., Pizzari, T. (2018). Comparison of 2 exercise rehabilitation programs for multidirectional instability of the glenohumeral joint: A randomized controlled trial. The American Journal of Sports Medicine; 46(1); 87-97

Warby S, Ford J, Hahne A, Watson L, Balster S, Lenssen R and Pizzari T. (2016) Comparison of 2 Exercise Rehabilitation Programs for Multidirectional Instability of the Glenohumeral Joint: A Randomized Controlled Trial; The American Journal of Sports Medicine Vol 46, Issue 1, pp. 87 – 97

Warby, S. A., Ford, J. J., Hahne, A. J., Watson, L., Balster, S., Lenssen, R., & Pizzari, T. (2016). Comparison of two exercise rehabilitation programs for multidirectional instability of the glenohumeral joint: A randomised controlled trial. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 1-11. doi:10.1177/0363546517734508 (Impact Factor: 4.362)

Watson, L,Warby, S, Balster, S, Lenssen, R, Pizzari, T (2016). "The treatment of multidirectional instability of the shoulder with a rehabilitation program: Part 1." Shoulder & Elbow: 1758573216652086.

Watson, L.,,Warby, S, Balster, S, Lenssen, R, Pizzari, T (2016). "The treatment of multidirectional instability of the shoulder with a rehabilitation program: Part 2." Shoulder & Elbow: 1758573216652087.

Pizzari, T, Ganderton C, Watson L, Balster S (2013). "A novel exercise for retraining the rotator cuff muscles of the shoulder." Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport(16): e7.

Pizzari, T, Wickham J, Balster S, Ganderton C, Watson L. (2014). "Modifying a shrug exercise can facilitate the upward rotator muscles of the scapula." Clinical Biomechanics 29(2): 201-205.

Warby S, Pizzari T, Ford J, Hahne A, Watson L. (2014). "The effect of exercise-based management for multidirectional instability of the glenohumeral joint: a systematic review." Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 23(1): 128-142.

Watson L, Pizzari T, Balster S. 2009, Thoracic outlet syndrome part 1: Clinical Manifestations, differentiation and treatment pathways. Manual Therapy, 14(6):586-595

Watson L, Pizzari T, Balster S. 2010, Thoracic outlet syndrome part 2: Conservative management of thoracic outlet syndrome. Manual Therapy 15(4):305-314

Watson L, Bialocerkowski A, Dalziel R, Balster S, Burke F, Finch C. 2007, Hydrodilatation (Distension Arthrography); A Long Term Clinical Outcome Series. British Journal of Sports Medicine 41:167-173

Watson L, Balster S, Finch C and Dalziel R. 2005, Measurement of Scapula Upward Rotation: A Reliable Clinical Procedure. British Journal of Sports Medicine 39:599-603.

Watson L, Dalziel R, Story I. 2000, Frozen Shoulder: a 12-month clinical outcome trial. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, 9(1):16-22

Watson L, Dalziel R., 1996, Conservative Treatment of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome by Scapula Strengthening Techniques. Shoulder Surgery The Asian Perspective., Asian Shoulder Association, ed. Allan Skirving. Vol.2, p219-222

L.Watson, I.Story, R.Dalziel, G.Hoy, A.Shimmin, D.Woods. 2005, A new clinical outcome measure of glenohumeral joint instability: The MISS questionnaire. Journal of Shoulder & Elbow Surgery, 14(1):22-30

Watson L, Pizzari T, Pollington H, Dalziel R, Hoy G. Validity of the MISS Questionnaire – a 2-year outcome study (preparing for publication)

Watson L, Story I, Dalziel R, Hoy G, Shimmin A, Woods D,( 2005). A new clinical outcome measure of glenohumeral joint instability. The MISS questionnaire Journal of Shoulder & Elbow Surgery, 14(1):22-30.

Pizzari, T. Wickham, J. Watson, L. Zika, M. Hill, S. (2009) Altered muscle activation patterns in multidirectional shoulder instability during dynamic abduction. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12, Supplement 1: S4.

Wickham J, Pizzari T, Stansfeld K, Burnside A, Watson L,(2009) Qualifying 'normal' shoulder muscle activity during abduction. Journal of Electromyotherapy and Kinesiology, 20: 212-222

Misra S, Watson L, Taylor NF, Green RA, Hairodin Z (2011) Testing procedures for SLAP lesions of the shoulder involving contraction and torsion of biceps long head and glenohumeral glides. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 14:462–468

Wickham J, Pizzari T, Stansfeld K, Burnside A, Watson, L. (2009) Quantifying ‘normal’ shoulder muscle activity during abduction. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 20: 212-222.

Zika, M. S, Watson L, Pizzari T, Hill S, Wickham J (2008). Altered muscle activation patterns in multidirectional shoulder instability during dynamic abduction. Australia Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. Hamilton Island.

McIntyre, K., Bélanger, A., Dhir, J., Somerville, L., Watson, L., Willis, M., Sadi, J., Evidence-based conservative rehabilitation for posterior glenohumeral instability: A systematic review, Physical Therapy in Sports (2016), doi: 10.1016/j.ptsp.2016.06.002.

Evidence-Based Clinical Diagnosis for Posterior Glenohumeral Instability: A Systematic Review. Dhir J, Bélanger A, McIntyre K, Somerville L, Watson L, Willis M, Sadi J. (Currently being submitted)

Wickham J, Pizzari T, Balster S, Ganderton C, Watson L ; The variable roles of the upper and lower subscapularis during shoulder motion; Clinical Biomechanics 2014; Volume 29, Issue 8, Pages 885-891

A Clinical Commentary: Non-Surgical Management of Degenerative Rotator Cuff Syndrome; Integrating Evidence and Clinical Reasoning. S. Bleichert, G. Renaud, J. C. MacDermid, L. Watson, K.J. Faber, R. Lenssen, M. Saulnier, P. Phillips, T. Evans, J. Sadi. (Currently being submitted)


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