Research Directory

Journal of Body & Movement Therapies (2016). In Press Hamel, KA, Ross C, Schultz B, O'Neill M, Anderson DI.   BRIEF SUMMARY This is the second paper to come out of a study comparing the movement…
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2016;17:372. Preece SJ, Jones RK, Brown CA, Cacciatore TW, Jones AKP. BRIEF SUMMARY Background: Knee osteoarthritis is a common condition affecting more than one in ten…
Annals of Internal Medicine 2015;163:653-62 MacPherson H, Tilbrook H, Richmond S, Woodman J, Ballard K, Atkin K, Bland M, Eldred J, Essex H, Hewitt C, Hopton A, Keding A, Lansdown H, Parrott S,…
Journal of Body & Movement Therapies 2015;19:473–481  O'Neil M,  Anderson D, Allen D, Ross C, Hamel K     BRIEF SUMMARY Balance in movement (dynamic stability) is often impaired in older people.…
Clinical Rehabilitation 2015;29:244–60 Gleeson M, Sherrington C, Lo S, Keay L.   BRIEF SUMMARY In this trial involving people aged over 50 years with impaired vision, 120 participants were…

I started the Alexander Technique due to slight scoliosis and a stretched nerve in my left lower back and I thought it would improve my posture which could only help my injury! I've got far more out of the technique than just improved posture! The first thing that I've learned is how to work with my Alexander Technique teacher and my body to control the pain! When the horrible muscle spasms start, I can now use breathing to help instead of lying on the floor helpless.

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