Stuart McGill
Stuart McGill
Professor Emeritus
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Low back disorders: evidence-based prevention and rehabilitation
S McGill
Human Kinetics, 2015
Mechanical stability of the in vivo lumbar spine: implications for injury and chronic low back pain
J Cholewicki, SM McGill
Clinical biomechanics 11 (1), 1-15, 1996
Endurance times for low back stabilization exercises: clinical targets for testing and training from a normal database
SM McGill, A Childs, C Liebenson
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 80 (8), 941-944, 1999
Coordination of muscle activity to assure stability of the lumbar spine
SM McGill, S Grenier, N Kavcic, J Cholewicki
Journal of electromyography and kinesiology 13 (4), 353-359, 2003
Partitioning of the L4-L5 dynamic moment into disc, ligamentous, and muscular components during lifting.
SM McGill, RW Norman
Spine 11 (7), 666-678, 1986
Preliminary development of a clinical prediction rule for determining which patients with low back pain will respond to a stabilization exercise program
GE Hicks, JM Fritz, A Delitto, SM McGill
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 86 (9), 1753-1762, 2005
Low back stability: from formal description to issues for performance and rehabilitation
SM McGill
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 29 (1), 26-31, 2001
Abdominal muscle response during curl-ups on both stable and labile surfaces
FJ Vera-Garcia, SG Grenier, SM McGill
Physical therapy 80 (6), 564-569, 2000
The biomechanics of low back injury: implications on current practice in industry and the clinic
SM McGill
Journal of biomechanics 30 (5), 465-475, 1997
Low back exercises: evidence for improving exercise regimens
SM McGill
Physical therapy 78 (7), 754-765, 1998
Electromyographic activity of the abdominal and low back musculature during the generation of isometric and dynamic axial trunk torque: implications for lumbar mechanics
SM McGill
Journal of orthopaedic research 9 (1), 91-103, 1991
Intervertebral disc herniation: studies on a porcine model exposed to highly repetitive flexion/extension motion with compressive force
JP Callaghan, SM McGill
Clinical Biomechanics 16 (1), 28-37, 2001
Low back loads over a variety of abdominal exercises: searching for the safest abdominal challenge
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 29 (6), 804-811, 1997
Intra-abdominal pressure mechanism for stabilizing the lumbar spine
J Cholewicki, K Juluru, SM McGill
Journal of biomechanics 32 (1), 13-17, 1999
Quantitative intramuscular myoelectric activity of lumbar portions of psoas and the abdominal wall during a wide variety of tasks.
D Juker, S McGILL, P Kropf, T Steffen
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 30 (2), 301-310, 1998
Core training: Evidence translating to better performance and injury prevention
S McGill
Strength & Conditioning Journal 32 (3), 33-46, 2010
Low back joint loading and kinematics during standing and unsupported sitting
JP Callaghan, SM McGill
Ergonomics 44 (3), 280-294, 2001
A myoelectrically based dynamic three-dimensional model to predict loads on lumbar spine tissues during lateral bending
SM McGill
Journal of biomechanics 25 (4), 395-414, 1992
Dynamically and statically determined low back moments during lifting
SM McGill, RW Norman
Journal of biomechanics 18 (12), 877-885, 1985
Determining the stabilizing role of individual torso muscles during rehabilitation exercises
N Kavcic, S Grenier, SM McGill
Spine 29 (11), 1254-1265, 2004
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