Thursday, April 07, 2011

NOI Group calling for volunteers.

A team consisting of Jane Bowering - physiotherapy honours student at the University of South Australia, Ian Fulton (MAppSc) and Lorimer Moseley (PhD) from the School of Health Sciences at the University of South Australia, David Butler (EdD) from the Neuro Orthopaedic Institute in Adelaide, and Halton Stewart - software research and development have come together to conduct a research project about back laterality.

The research hopes to answer the question:
Are the accuracy and response times for a person to judge whether a pictured model has their trunk turned or flexed to the left or right altered in people with a low back pain?

 Contact: Ian Fulton - Ian.Fulton@unisa.edu.au

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