Daniel H. Major

Daniel H. Major
Oslo Metropolitan University · Department of Physiotherapy

Physiotherapist, MSc

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
January 2017 - December 2020
Oslo Metropolitan University
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
August 2011 - June 2013
Norwegian School of Sport Sciences (NIH)
Field of study
  • Sports Physiotherapy
August 2006 - January 2010
University College Syddanmark
Field of study
  • Physiotherapy

Publications

Publications (8)
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There is limited knowledge on the injury rate and injury pattern in the different disciplines among elite snowboarders. The aim of this study was to describe and compare the injury rate and injury pattern among the different International Ski Federation (Fédération Internationale de Ski, FIS) World Cup (WC) snowboard disciplines. We conducted retro...
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Abstract Background Exercise interventions are frequently recommended for patients with rotator cuff disease, but poor content reporting in clinical trials of exercise limits interpretation and replication of trials and clinicians’ ability to deliver effective exercise protocols. The Consensus on Exercise Reporting Template (CERT) was developed to...
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Background: Exercise is recommended for patients with subacromial pain. It has been suggested that good exercise adherence improves clinical outcomes. Despite this, little attention has been paid to the need for behavioural frameworks to enhance adherence to home exercise programmes for patients with subacromial pain. Methods: A feasibility stud...
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Background Shoulder pain is a prevalent and often long-lasting musculoskeletal disorder. The overall prognosis of shoulder pain is highly variable with 40–50% of patients reporting persistent pain 6–12 months after consulting a clinician. The evidence for psychological prognostic factors for patients with shoulder pain is inconsistent. Therefore, t...
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Background: Exercise is recommended for patients with subacromial pain. It has been suggested that good exercise adherence improves clinical outcomes. Despite this, little attention has been paid to the need for behavioural frameworks to enhance adherence to home exercise programs for patients with subacromial pain. Methods: A feasibility study wit...
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FysioPol; a new electronical database for development of quality and knowledge in physiotherapy Abstract Research question: Is the new FysioPol database useful to explore some core questions in physiotherapy: What characterize patients seeking physiotherapy treatment? Which activity problems do patients report? Which treatment alternatives are us...
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Background There is limited knowledge on the injury rate and injury pattern in the different disciplines among elite snowboarders. Objective The aim of this study was to describe and compare the injury rate and injury pattern among the different International Ski Federation (Fédération Internationale de Ski, FIS) World Cup (WC) snowboard discipline...

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Project
Investigate the effect of a brief, targeted self-management program for patients with shoulder pain (subacromial pain/ rotator cuff tendinopathy) compared to usual care.