Steven Fischer
Steven Fischer
Associate Professor, University of Waterloo
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Do exercise balls provide a training advantage for trunk extensor exercises? A biomechanical evaluation
JDM Drake, SL Fischer, SHM Brown, JP Callaghan
Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 29 (5), 354-362, 2006
The specificity of fatiguing protocols affects scapular orientation: Implications for subacromial impingement
JN Chopp, SL Fischer, CR Dickerson
Clinical Biomechanics 26 (1), 40-45, 2011
The influence of providing feedback on force production and within-participant reproducibility during maximal voluntary exertions for the anterior deltoid, middle deltoid, and …
SL Fischer, AL Belbeck, CR Dickerson
Journal of electromyography and kinesiology 20 (1), 68-75, 2010
A review of culturally adapted versions of the Oswestry Disability Index: the adaptation process, construct validity, test–retest reliability and internal consistency
PJ Sheahan, EJ Nelson-Wong, SL Fischer
Disability and rehabilitation 37 (25), 2367-2374, 2015
The impact of work configuration, target angle and hand force direction on upper extremity muscle activity during sub-maximal overhead work
JN Chopp, SL Fischer, CR Dickerson
Ergonomics 53 (1), 83-91, 2010
Night vision goggle-induced neck pain in military helicopter aircrew: a literature review
MF Harrison, B Coffey, WJ Albert, SL Fischer
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 86 (1), 46-55, 2015
A physical demands description of paramedic work in Canada
B Coffey, R MacPhee, D Socha, SL Fischer
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 53, 355-362, 2016
On the feasibility of obtaining multiple muscular maximal voluntary excitation levels from test exertions: a shoulder example
JN Chopp, SL Fischer, CR Dickerson
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 20 (5), 896-902, 2010
The effect of rest break schedule on acute low back pain development in pain and non-pain developers during seated work
PJ Sheahan, TL Diesbourg, SL Fischer
Applied ergonomics 53, 64-70, 2016
Identifying the critical physical demanding tasks of paramedic work: Towards the development of a physical employment standard
SL Fischer, KE Sinden, RS MacPhee
Applied ergonomics 65, 233-239, 2017
Implementing powered stretcher and load systems was a cost effective intervention to reduce the incidence rates of stretcher related injuries in a paramedic service
DP Armstrong, R Ferron, C Taylor, B McLeod, S Fletcher, RS MacPhee, ...
Applied ergonomics 62, 34-42, 2017
Relationships between psychophysically acceptable and maximum voluntary hand force capacity in the context of underlying biomechanical limitations
SL Fischer, EC Brenneman, RP Wells, CR Dickerson
Applied ergonomics 43 (5), 813-820, 2012
Applying psychophysics to prevent overexposure: On the relationships between acceptable manual force, joint loading, and perception
SL Fischer, CR Dickerson
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 44 (2), 281-291, 2014
A cross-sectional survey of reported musculoskeletal pain, disorders, work volume and employment situation among sign language interpreters
SL Fischer, K Woodcock
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 42 (4), 335-340, 2012
Quantifying scapula orientation and its influence on maximal hand force capability and shoulder muscle activity
BR Picco, SL Fischer, CR Dickerson
Clinical Biomechanics 25 (1), 29-36, 2010
Methodological considerations for the calculation of cumulative compression exposure of the lumbar spine: A sensitivity analysis on joint model and time standardization approaches
SL Fischer, WJ Albert, AJ McClellan, JP Callaghan
Ergonomics 50 (9), 1365-1376, 2007
Considerations for industrial use: a systematic review of the impact of active and passive upper limb exoskeletons on physical exposures
T McFarland, S Fischer
IISE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors 7 (3-4), 322-347, 2019
Objectively differentiating movement patterns between elite and novice athletes
GB Ross, B Dowling, NF Troje, SL Fischer, RB Graham
Med Sci Sports Exerc 50 (7), 1457-1464, 2018
Comparing the biomechanical and psychophysical demands imposed on paramedics when using manual and powered stretchers
U Lad, NMCW Oomen, JP Callaghan, SL Fischer
Applied ergonomics 70, 167-174, 2018
Relative contribution of lower body work as a biomechanical determinant of spine sparing technique during common paramedic lifting tasks
PJ Makhoul, KE Sinden, RS MacPhee, SL Fischer
Journal of applied biomechanics 33 (2), 137-143, 2017
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