Timothy H. Wideman
Timothy H. Wideman
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Effective treatment of chronic low back pain in humans reverses abnormal brain anatomy and function
DA Seminowicz, TH Wideman, L Naso, Z Hatami-Khoroushahi, S Fallatah, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (20), 7540-7550, 2011
A prospective sequential analysis of the fear-avoidance model of pain
TH Wideman, H Adams, MJL Sullivan
PAIN® 145 (1-2), 45-51, 2009
Re-thinking the fear avoidance model: toward a multi-dimensional framework of pain-related disability
TH Wideman, GGJ Asmundson, RJEM Smeets, AJ Zautra, MJ Simmonds, ...
Pain 154 (11), 2262, 2013
Catastrophizing and perceived injustice: risk factors for the transition to chronicity after whiplash injury
MJL Sullivan, H Adams, MO Martel, W Scott, T Wideman
Spine 36, S244-S249, 2011
Differential predictors of the long-term levels of pain intensity, work disability, healthcare use, and medication use in a sample of workers’ compensation claimants
TH Wideman, MJL Sullivan
PAIN® 152 (2), 376-383, 2011
Clinically meaningful scores on pain catastrophizing before and after multidisciplinary rehabilitation: a prospective study of individuals with subacute pain after whiplash injury
W Scott, TH Wideman, MJL Sullivan
The Clinical journal of pain 30 (3), 183-190, 2014
Comparing the responsiveness of a brief, multidimensional risk screening tool for back pain to its unidimensional reference standards: the whole is greater than the sum of its …
TH Wideman, JC Hill, CJ Main, M Lewis, MJL Sullivan, EM Hay
PAIN® 153 (11), 2182-2191, 2012
Increased sensitivity to physical activity among individuals with knee osteoarthritis: relation to pain outcomes, psychological factors, and responses to quantitative sensory …
TH Wideman, PH Finan, RR Edwards, PJ Quartana, LF Buenaver, ...
PAIN® 155 (4), 703-711, 2014
Exercise-induced hypoalgesia in pain-free and chronic pain populations: state of the art and future directions
D Rice, J Nijs, E Kosek, T Wideman, MI Hasenbring, K Koltyn, ...
The journal of Pain 20 (11), 1249-1266, 2019
Reducing catastrophic thinking associated with pain
TH Wideman, MJL Sullivan
Pain management 1 (3), 249-256, 2011
A Rasch analysis of the pain catastrophizing scale supports its use as an interval-level measure
DM Walton, TH Wideman, MJL Sullivan
The Clinical journal of pain 29 (6), 499-506, 2013
Development of a cumulative psychosocial factor index for problematic recovery following work-related musculoskeletal injuries
TH Wideman, MJL Sullivan
Physical therapy 92 (1), 58-68, 2012
Clinical descriptors for the recognition of central sensitization pain in patients with knee osteoarthritis
E Lluch, J Nijs, CA Courtney, T Rebbeck, V Wylde, I Baert, TH Wideman, ...
Disability and rehabilitation 40 (23), 2836-2845, 2018
Patients who display protective pain behaviors are viewed as less likable, less dependable, and less likely to return to work
MO Martel, TH Wideman, MJL Sullivan
PAIN® 153 (4), 843-849, 2012
The multimodal assessment model of pain: a novel framework for further integrating the subjective pain experience within research and practice
TH Wideman, RR Edwards, DM Walton, MO Martel, A Hudon, ...
The Clinical journal of pain 35 (3), 212, 2019
Measures of spontaneous and movement-evoked pain are associated with disability in patients with whiplash injuries
T Mankovsky-Arnold, TH Wideman, C Larivière, MJL Sullivan
The Journal of Pain 15 (9), 967-975, 2014
Association between pain drawing and psychological factors in musculoskeletal chronic pain: A systematic review
F Reis, F Guimarães, LC Nogueira, N Meziat-Filho, TA Sanchez, ...
Physiotherapy theory and practice 35 (6), 533-542, 2019
Changes in pain catastrophizing following physical therapy for musculoskeletal injury: the influence of depressive and post-traumatic stress symptoms
P Slepian, E Bernier, W Scott, NG Niederstrasser, T Wideman, M Sullivan
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 24 (1), 22-31, 2014
Recovery from depressive symptoms over the course of physical therapy: a prospective cohort study of individuals with work-related orthopaedic injuries and symptoms of depression
TH Wideman, W Scott, MO Martel, MJL Sullivan
journal of orthopaedic & sports physical therapy 42 (11), 957-967, 2012
TENS attenuates repetition-induced summation of activity-related pain following experimentally induced muscle soreness
T Mankovsky-Arnold, TH Wideman, C Larivière, MJL Sullivan
The Journal of Pain 14 (11), 1416-1424, 2013
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