JP Caneiro

JP Caneiro
Curtin University · School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science

Specialist Physiotherapist (FACP); PhD; MSc Biomech; BSc Physio

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Objectives: This systematic review examined studies that used mediation analysis to investigate the mechanisms of action of cognitive-behavioral, mind-body and exercise-based interventions for pain and disability in people with chronic primary musculoskeletal pain. Methods: We searched five electronic databases for articles that conducted mediat...
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Objective Low back pain (LBP) is highly prevalent in rowing and can be associated with significant disability and premature retirement. A previous qualitative study in rowers revealed a culture of concealment of pain and injury due to fear of judgement by coaches or teammates. The aim of this study was to explore rowers' perspectives in relation to...
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Introduction: People with chronic shoulder pain commonly report pain during arm movements in daily-life activities. Pain related to movement is commonly viewed as an accurate representation of tissue damage. Thus, when a person reports pain across a variety of movements, this is often understood as indicative of greater damage. Objectives: We ai...
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Objectives Previous studies in a high-income country have demonstrated that people with and without low back pain (LBP) have an implicit bias that bending and lifting with a flexed lumbar spine is dangerous. These studies present two key limitations: use of a single group per study; people who recovered from back pain were not studied. Our aims wer...
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Musculoskeletal rehabilitation, including physiotherapy, needs to move towards a broader biopsychosocial understanding of musculoskeletal conditions and the delivery of high-value care for people with persistent pain conditions, in which a patient-centered approach is a key feature. However, it has been reported that clinicians experience difficult...
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Clinicians lack objective means for monitoring if their knee osteoarthritis patients are improving outside of the clinic (e.g., at home). Previous human activity recognition (HAR) models using wearable sensor data have only used data from healthy people and such models are typically imprecise for people who have medical conditions affecting movemen...
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Purpose To synthesise evidence on low back pain (LBP) in adult rowers and to create a consensus statement to inform clinical practice. Methods There were four synthesis steps that informed the consensus statement. In step one, seven expert clinicians and researchers established the scope of the consensus statement and conducted a survey of experie...
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Background Telehealth services have helped enable continuity of care during the coronavirus pandemic. We aimed to investigate use and views towards telehealth among allied health clinicians treating people with musculoskeletal conditions during the pandemic. Methods Cross-sectional international survey of allied health clinicians who used teleheal...
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Objective To summarise the evidence for non-pharmacological management of low back pain (LBP) in athletes, a common problem in sport that can negatively impact performance and contribute to early retirement. Data sources Five databases (EMBASE, Medline, CINAHL, Web of Science, Scopus) were searched from inception to September 2020. The main outcom...
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Objectives: Low back pain (LBP) is common in rowers and leads to considerable disability and even retirement. The athlete voice can help clinicians to better understand sport-related pain disorders. We aimed to capture the lived experience of LBP in rowers. Methods: Cross-sectional qualitative study using a grounded theory approach. Adult compet...
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Are you careful with how you label an athlete’s pain? Musculoskeletal pain in athletes is common, but not always associated with injury (ie, tissue damage).1 Damage occurs when load exceeds tissue tolerance, such as ligament tear or a fracture. However, pain in athletes that occurs in the absence of trauma and tissue damage is still often labelled...
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Background The Back Pain Attitudes Questionnaire (Back-PAQ) was developed to evaluate attitudes and beliefs of the general public, people with back pain, and healthcare professionals about the spine. Objectives To translate and cross-culturally adapt the Back-PAQ (34-item and 10-item versions) into Brazilian-Portuguese (Back-PAQ-Br) and test its m...
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Background Beliefs about the body and pain play a powerful role in behavioural and emotional responses to musculoskeletal pain. What a person believes and how they respond to their musculoskeletal pain can influence how disabled they will be by it. Importantly, beliefs are modifiable and are therefore considered an important target for the treatmen...
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Experimental data suggest that associative learning can influence defensive avoidance behavior and pain perception in humans. However, whether voluntary movements can become conditioned stimuli and influence pain responses has yet to be evaluated. Forty healthy volunteers participated in this study. Electrocutaneous stimuli applied to the shoulder...
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Introduction Low back pain (LBP) is the leading cause of disability globally and its costs exceed those of cancer and diabetes combined. Recent evidence suggests that individualised cognitive and movement rehabilitation combined with lifestyle advice (cognitive functional therapy (CFT)) may produce larger and more sustained effects than traditional...
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Background and aims The concept of bad posture being a dominant driver of pain is commonly held belief in the society. This may explain the significant attention supportive clothing such as posture-correcting shirts has recently gained in Scandinavia and the USA. The aim of this scoping review was to present an overview and synthesis of the availab...
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Purpose: To understand the process of change at an individual level, this study used a single-case experimental design to evaluate how change in potential mediators related to change in disability over time, during an exposure-based behavioural intervention in four people with chronic low back pain and high pain-related fear. A second aim was to e...
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Background Beliefs can be assessed using explicit measures (e.g. questionnaires) that rely on information of which the person is ‘aware’ and willing to disclose. Conversely, implicit measures evaluate beliefs using computer-based tasks that allow reduced time for introspection thus reflecting ‘automatic’ associations. Thus far, physiotherapists' be...
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Background and aims Despite lack of support from recent in vivo studies, bending and lifting (especially with a round-back posture) are perceived as dangerous to the back. In light of this view, it has been proposed that pain-free people may hold a common implicit belief that is congruent with the idea that bending and lifting with a round-back rep...
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Background and aims: Pain and protective behaviour are dependent on implicit evaluations of danger to the body. However, current assessment of perceived danger relies on self-report, on information of which the person is aware and willing to disclose. To overcome this limitation, attempts have been made to investigate implicit evaluation of moveme...
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Pain is a common problem among elite athletes and is frequently associated with sport injury. Both injury and pain interfere with peak performance. Pain management should be based on the physiological, anatomical and psychosocial influences on the individual’s pain and is not equivalent to injury management, which focuses on musculoskeletal recover...
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Study Design Single-case report with repeated measures over 18 months. Background Management of persistent low back pain (PLBP) associated with high pain-related fear is complex. This single-case report aims to provide clinicians with an insight to the process of change in a person with PLBP and high bending-related fear, managed with an individual...
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Low back pain (LBP) is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Various approaches to diagnose and manage LBP have arisen, leading to an exponential increase in health care costs. Paradoxically, this trend has been associated with a concurrent increase in disability and chronicity. The health care system faces enormous challenges, with both the d...
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Background: Altered movement patterns with pain have been demonstrated in children, adolescents and adults with chronic disabling low back pain (CDLBP). A previously developed classification system has identified different subgroups including active extension and multidirectional patterns in patients with CDLBP. While familial associations have be...
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Background Low back pain (LBP) is prevalent among adolescent rowers. This study evaluated the efficacy of a cognitive functional approach to reduce LBP in this population. Methods Thirty-six adolescent male rowers reporting LBP participated. Nineteen were randomly allocated to the intervention group to receive a cognitive functional approach target...
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Forearm injuries are common and debilitating to elite rowers. Chronic exertional compartment syndrome, intersection syndrome and proximal radial bone stress injuries have been documented in this population. This paper explores the imaging findings related to these conditions in asymptomatic elite rowers. Observational study. 19 asymptomatic senior...
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Introduction The intersection is the region in the distal forearm where the muscles in the first dorsal compartment (EPB, APL) cross the tendons of the second dorsal compartment (ECRL, ECRB). Intersection syndrome (IS) is a debilitating and costly condition that can result in poor performance and inability to row. In some cases, it may lead to surg...
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Study design: Case report. Background: Contemporary low back pain models propose that the experience of and responses to pain result from a complex interaction of biopsychosocial factors. This supports the need for a management approach that addresses the biological, psychological, and social components that may be related to the pain disorder....
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The spinopelvic kinematics of sweep and scull have yet to be investigated, despite evidence suggesting that sweep rowing may be provocative for low back pain (LBP). The aim of this study was to determine whether differences existed in spinopelvic kinematics in high-level rowers without LBP in sweep and scull ergometer rowing. Repeated measures stud...
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A preliminary cross-sectional comparative study of adolescents with nonspecific chronic low back pain (NSCLBP) and healthy controls. To investigate whether differences in spinal kinematic and trunk muscle activity exist in both usual and slump sitting in adolescents with NSCLBP. Evidence suggests that low back pain commonly develops in adolescence...
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To date the influence that specific sitting posture has on the head/neck posture and cervico-thoracic muscle activity has been insufficiently investigated. Therefore the aim of this study was to investigate whether three different thoraco-lumbar sitting postures affect head/neck posture and cervico-thoracic muscle activity. Twenty (10 men, 10 women...
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The flexion-relaxation phenomenon (FRP) is well documented at end-range lumbar spine flexion in both standing and sitting however, the FRP has been insufficiently investigated in cervico-thoracic musculature. The aim of this study was to determine whether the FRP occurs during forward flexion of the neck, in lumbo-pelvic sitting, amongst a pain-fre...
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Internal forces in the human body have been estimated through inverse dynamics technique. Due to some redundancy of the musculoskeletal system, the force values obtained by this technique represent the sum of the effects of the muscle groups and joint structures. In situations involving open kinetic chain (OKC) this characteristic of the technique...
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OBJETIVO: Operacionalizar um protocolo para a correção de imagens obtidas por videofluoroscopia a partir de um modelo matemático descrito por Baltzopoulos (1995) e avaliar a magnitude do erro pelos métodos de calibração linear e não linear. MATERIAIS E MÉTODOS: As imagens foram obtidas por meio de um videofluoroscópio da marca Axion Siemens Iconos...
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OBJECTIVE: To implement a protocol for correction of images acquired by videofluoroscopy based on the mathematical model described by Baltzopoulos (1995) and to evaluate the magnitude of error in the linear and non-linear calibration methods. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The images were acquired using a Axion Siemens Iconos R100 videofluoroscope from one...
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SUMMARY The patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is a common disorder of the knee; it's often caused by an excessive lateral traction of the patella. Subjects with this syndrome usually present a disruption in the activation of Vastus Mediallis Obliquus (VMO), which provides the patellar medial pull. Non-operative treatment includes quadri- ceps str...
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A síndrome de dor fêmuro-patelar (SDFP) é uma disfunção comum, geralmente causada por trações laterais excessivas da patela. Indivíduos com SDFP, usualmente apresentam inibição do vasto medial oblíquo (VMO), o qual é responsável pela tração medial patelar. O tratamento conservador envolve o reforço do quadríceps para promover melhor estabilidade e...
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Resumo: O objetivo deste estudo foi analisar, durante a extensão do joelho em cadeia cinética aberta (CCA), o comportamento das forças atuantes sobre a patela: força do ligamento patelar, força do músculo quadríceps e força de contato patelofemoral. Para a determinação dos parâmetros foram utilizadas imagens radiográficas dinâmicas, obtidas no plan...
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The goal of this study was analyze the trajectory of the rotation center from the tibiofemoral joint, estimated from four different radiographic methods. The analyzed methods differ as for the number of points considered in each segment, the location of these points in the bone structures and the reference segment used to determine the trajectory o...
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Resumo: O objetivo deste estudo foi avaliar o efeito inercial sobre a força articular tibiofemoral durante o exercício de extensão de joelho em cadeia cinética aberta em três velocidades distintas: 45°/seg, 90°/seg e 180°/seg. Todos os exercícios foram realizados com uma carga externa de 10 kg. Para avaliação da força articular foi utilizada a técn...
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The goal of this study is propose a method to calculate the patellofemoral contact force in vivo during a dynamic activity. In order to do that, is intended to operacionalize a protocol to determine the biomechanical parameters of the tibiofemoral and patellofemoral joints using inverse dynamics. To determine such parameters were used dynamic radio...
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Resumo: O objetivo deste trabalho foi aplicar um modelo de segmentos rígidos para avaliação das forças internas tibiofemoral, considerando a resistência passiva oferecida durante a extensão de joelho em cadeia cinética aberta e comparar o efeito da carga externa sobre a força interna desta articulação. As cargas externas consideradas foram: 0 kg (s...
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Resumo: Uma diversidade de modelos biomecânicos representativos da articulação do joelho utiliza a dinâmica inversa para obter a força do ligamento patelar. O objetivo deste estudo foi comparar o comportamento e a magnitude da força do ligamento patelar a partir de dois modelos biomecânicos: Cinemetria Externa e Cinemetria Interna. Foi analisado um...

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