Tensegrity Published Research:

– Shoulder:

San Juan, JG., Kosek, P., Karduna, AR (2012). Humeral head translation after a suprascapular nerve block. Journal of Applied Biomechanics (In press)

Suprak, DN., Donegan, JA., Morales, GB., Stroschein, JR., San Juan, JG (2012). Scapular kinematics are altered by shoulder elevation in a traditional push-up. Journal of Athletic Training. (In press)

San Juan, JG., Roach, S., Lyda, M., Suprak, DN. (2012).  A Kinetic and electromyographical analysis of traditional and modified push-up variant. (In preparation)

San Juan, JG., Karduna, AR (2010) Measuring humeral head translation using fluoroscopy: A validation study. Journal of Biomechanics. 43(4): 771-774.  (In press)

– Knee/Hip:

Roach, S., San Juan JG., Suprak DN, Lyda M., Bies JA., Boydston CR. (2015) Passive Hip Range of Motion Is Reduced in Active Subjects with Chronic Low Back Pain Compared to Controls.  International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy.  (In press)

Roach, S. (2014)  The Role of Hip Mobility in Patellofemoral Pain.  Lower Extremity Review (In press)

Roach, S., San Juan, JG., Suprak, DN., Lyda M., Boydston CR. (2014) Patellofemoral Pain Subjects Exhibit Decreased Passive Hip Range of Motion Compared to Controls.  International Journal of Sports Physical therapy.  (In press)

Roach, S., San Juan, JG., Suprak DN., Lyda M., (2013)  Concurrent Validity of Digital Inclinometer and Universal Goniometer in Assessing Passive Hip Mobility in Healthy Subjects.  International Journal of Sports Physical therapy.  (In press)

Roach, S., Sorenson, E., Headley, B., San Juan, JG (2012). The Prevalence of Myofascial Trigger Points in the Hip as a Contributing Factor in Patellofemoral Pain. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. (In press)

San Juan, JG., Roach, S., Lyda, M., Suprak, DN. (2012).  Lower extremity strength and kinematics in high school cross country runners. (In preparation)

World Renown Researchers

Lorimer Moseley:

– Claus AP, Hides JA, Moseley GL, et al. Thoracic and lumbar posture behaviour in sitting tasks and standing: Progressing the  biomechanics from observations to measurements.

– Moseley, G. Lorimer, and David S. Butler. “Fifteen years of explaining pain: the past, present, and future.” The Journal of Pain 16.9 (2015): 807-813.


Stuart McGill:

– McGill, Stuart M., et al. “Coordination of muscle activity to assure stability of the lumbar spine.” Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 13.4 (2003): 353-359.

– McGill, Stuart M. “The biomechanics of low back injury: implications on current practice in industry and the clinic.” Journal of biomechanics 30.5 (1997): 465-475.

– McGill, Stuart M. “Low back exercises: evidence for improving exercise regimens.” Physical therapy 78.7 (1998): 754-765.

Jasek Cholewicki:

– Cholewicki, J., McGill, S.M. Mechanical stability of the in vivo lumbar spine(Implications for injury and chronic low back pain) . Clinical Biomechanics. 1996;11:1–15.

– Cholewicki, J., Juluru, K., Panjabi, M.M., Radebold, A., McGill, S.M., 1998. Can lumbar spine stability be augmented with an abdominal belt and/or increased intra-abdominal pressure? Proceedings 28th Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Brussels, Belgium, June 9–13, 1998.

– Cholewicki, J., Panjabi, M.M., Khachatryan, A. Stabilizing function of trunk flexor/extensor muscles around a neutral spine posture. Spine. 1997;22:2207–2212.

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