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Associate Professor Michael Lee

Associate Professor, Physiotherapy & Discipline Lead

School of Health

Section/Portfolio:

Occupational Health and Safety

Location:

Gippsland Campus, Online

Clinimetrics: The Revised Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire

[No abstract available]

Increased voluntary activation of the elbow flexors following a single session of spinal manipulation in a subclinical neck pain population

To investigate the effects of a single session of spinal manipulation (SM) on voluntary...

Clinimetrics: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Functional Rating Scale-revised (ALSFRS-R)

[No abstract available]

Critical review of complementary and alternative medicine use in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: Prevalence and users' profile, decision-making, information seeking, and disclosure in the face of a lack of efficacy

Background: Despite a lack of evidence of clinical efficacy for complementary and alternative...

Additive effect of tDCS combined with Peripheral Electrical Stimulation to an exercise program in pain control in knee osteoarthritis: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Background: Knee osteoarthritis (OA) has been linked to maladaptive plasticity in the brain,...

Dissociated lower limb muscle involvement in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

It has been suggested that corticomotoneuronal drive to ankle dorsiflexors is greater than to...

Segmental motoneuronal dysfunction is a feature of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Objectives: There is accumulating evidence of dysfunction of spinal circuits in the pathogenesis...

Short-term peripheral nerve stimulation ameliorates axonal dysfunction after spinal cord injury

There is accumulating evidence that peripheral motor axons deteriorate following spinal cord...

The ipsilateral motor cortex contributes to cross-limb transfer of performance gains after ballistic motor practice

Although it has long been known that practicing a motor task with one limb can improve...

Short-term strength training does not change cortical voluntary activation

PURPOSE: The neural mechanisms responsible for strength improvement in the early phase of...

The effect of strength training on the force of twitches evoked by corticospinal stimulation in humans

Aim: Although there is considerable evidence that strength training causes adaptations in the...

Unilateral strength training increases voluntary activation of the opposite untrained limb

Objective: We investigated whether an increase in neural drive from the motor cortex contributes...

Cortical voluntary activation can be reliably measured in human wrist extensors using transcranial magnetic stimulation

Objective: A twitch interpolation technique using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) was...

Unilateral practice of a ballistic movement causes bilateral increases in performance and corticospinal excitability

It has long been known that practicing a task with one limb can result in performance...

Cross education: Possible mechanisms for the contralateral effects of unilateral resistance training

Resistance training can be defined as the act of repeated voluntary muscle contractions against a...

Contralateral effects of unilateral strength training: Evidence and possible mechanisms

If exercises are performed to increase muscle strength on one side of the body, voluntary...

The amplitude of Mmax in human wrist flexors varies during different muscle contractions despite constant posture

The amplitude of the maximal direct motor response (Mmax) elicited by supramaximal peripheral...