Peter Kent
Peter Kent
Associate Professor, University of Southern Denmark
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The epidemiology of low back pain in primary care
PM Kent, JL Keating
Chiropractic & osteopathy 13 (1), 1-7, 2005
3202005
Reduced ankle dorsiflexion range may increase the risk of patellar tendon injury among volleyball players
P Malliaras, JL Cook, P Kent
Journal of science and medicine in sport 9 (4), 304-309, 2006
2492006
Comparing lumbo-pelvic kinematics in people with and without back pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis
RA Laird, J Gilbert, P Kent, JL Keating
BMC musculoskeletal disorders 15 (1), 229, 2014
1992014
Do primary-care clinicians think that nonspecific low back pain is one condition?
P Kent, J Keating
Spine 29 (9), 1022-1031, 2004
1922004
Twenty-five years with the biopsychosocial model of low back pain—is it time to celebrate? A report from the twelfth international forum for primary care research on low back pain
T Pincus, P Kent, G Bronfort, P Loisel, G Pransky, J Hartvigsen
Spine 38 (24), 2118-2123, 2013
1722013
Can we predict poor recovery from recent-onset nonspecific low back pain? A systematic review
PM Kent, JL Keating
Manual therapy 13 (1), 12-28, 2008
1612008
Consensus on exercise reporting template (CERT): modified Delphi study
SC Slade, CE Dionne, M Underwood, R Buchbinder, B Beck, K Bennell, ...
Physical Therapy 96 (10), 1514-1524, 2016
1382016
Anthropometric risk factors for patellar tendon injury among volleyball players
P Malliaras, JL Cook, PM Kent
British journal of sports medicine 41 (4), 259-263, 2007
1192007
Classification in nonspecific low back pain: what methods do primary care clinicians currently use?
P Kent, JL Keating
Spine 30 (12), 1433-1440, 2005
1172005
Does targeting manual therapy and/or exercise improve patient outcomes in nonspecific low back pain? A systematic review
P Kent, HL Mjøsund, DHD Petersen
BMC medicine 8 (1), 22, 2010
1092010
What have we learned from ten years of trajectory research in low back pain?
A Kongsted, P Kent, I Axen, AS Downie, KM Dunn
BMC musculoskeletal disorders 17 (1), 1-11, 2016
1042016
Barriers to primary care clinician adherence to clinical guidelines for the management of low back pain
SC Slade, P Kent, S Patel, T Bucknall, R Buchbinder
The Clinical journal of pain 32 (9), 800-816, 2016
100*2016
Research methods for subgrouping low back pain
P Kent, JL Keating, C Leboeuf-Yde
BMC medical research methodology 10 (1), 62, 2010
1002010
What are patient beliefs and perceptions about exercise for nonspecific chronic low back pain?: a systematic review of qualitative studies
SC Slade, S Patel, M Underwood, JL Keating
The Clinical journal of pain 30 (11), 995-1005, 2014
902014
Evaluation of a theory-informed implementation intervention for the management of acute low back pain in general medical practice: the IMPLEMENT cluster randomised trial
SD French, JE McKenzie, DA O'Connor, JM Grimshaw, D Mortimer, ...
PloS one 8 (6), e65471, 2013
892013
Self‐reported moderate‐to‐vigorous leisure time physical activity predicts less pain and disability over 12 months in chronic and persistent low back pain
RZ Pinto, PH Ferreira, A Kongsted, ML Ferreira, CG Maher, P Kent
European Journal of Pain 18 (8), 1190-1198, 2014
862014
The prevalence of MRI-defined spinal pathoanatomies and their association with modic changes in individuals seeking care for low back pain
HB Albert, AM Briggs, P Kent, A Byrhagen, C Hansen, K Kjaergaard
European spine journal 20 (8), 1355-1362, 2011
862011
IMPLEmenting a clinical practice guideline for acute low back pain evidence-based manageMENT in general practice (IMPLEMENT): cluster randomised controlled trial study protocol
JE McKenzie, SD French, DA O'Connor, JM Grimshaw, D Mortimer, ...
Implementation Science 3 (1), 11, 2008
802008
Patients with low back pain had distinct clinical course patterns that were typically neither complete recovery nor constant pain. A latent class analysis of longitudinal data
A Kongsted, P Kent, L Hestbaek, W Vach
The spine journal 15 (5), 885-894, 2015
752015
The effects of knee extensor and flexor muscle training on the timed‐up‐and‐go test in individuals with rheumatoid arthritis
J McMeeken, B Stillman, I Story, P Kent, J Smith
Physiotherapy research international 4 (1), 55-67, 1999
741999
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