Browsing publications by Frederike Van Wijck

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Anand Pandyan
Dr Lisa Shaw
Frederike Van Wijck
NICE on rehabilitation: New guidelines on rehabilitation likely to restrict practices and stifle innovation2013
Dr Lisa Shaw
Dr Christopher Price
Frederike Van Wijck
Dr Philip Shackley
Dr Nick Steen
et al.
Botulinum Toxin for the Upper Limb After Stroke (BoTULS) Trial: Effect on Impairment, Activity Limitation, and Pain2011
Dr Anand Pandyan
Frederike Van Wijck
Professor Garth Johnson
Professor Michael Barnes
The construct validity of a spasticity measurement device for clinical practice: An alternative to the Ashworth scales2006
Frederike Van Wijck
Professor Michael Barnes
Botulinum toxin and motor learning: enhancing arm function in patients with chronic spasticity2005
Dr Anand Pandyan
Frederike Van Wijck
Professor Garth Johnson
Spasticity research: Some common catches2005
Dr Anand Pandyan
Professor Michael Barnes
Frederike Van Wijck
Professor Garth Johnson
Spasticity: Clinical perceptions, neurological realities and meaningful measurement2005
Frederike Van Wijck
Julie Hooper
Professor Michael Barnes
Professor Garth Johnson
[abstract] Improving arm function in patients with chronic spasticity: combining Botulinum Toxin with a task-orientated motor learning programme2004
Professor Garth Johnson
Frederike Van Wijck
Theoretical and methodological considerations in the measurement of spasticity2004
Dr Anand Pandyan
Frederike Van Wijck
Samantha Stark
Professor Garth Johnson
Professor Michael Barnes
et al.
A simple biomechanically based technique to measure spasticity in routine clinical practice - Results from a preliminary clinical trial2002
Dr Anand Pandyan
Frederike Van Wijck
Professor Garth Johnson
Professor Michael Barnes
Are we underestimating the clinical efficacy of botulinum toxin (type A)? Quantifying changes in spasticity, strength and upper limb function after injections of Botox (R) to the elbow flexors in a unilateral stroke population2002
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