Articles by Robin Kerr

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Induced lumbosacral radicular symptom referral patterns: a descriptive study
Issue 29 (April 2020)
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The immediate effects of passive joint mobilisation on local muscle function. A systematic review of the literature
Issue 28 (March 2020)
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Adverse childhood experiences in mothers with chronic pain and intergenerational impact on children
Issue 27 (February 2020)
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Changing the narrative in diagnosis and management of pain in the sacroiliac joint area
Issue 26 (January 2020)
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GOLDEN OLDIE – Management and Prevention of Bone Stress Injuries in Long Distance Runners
Issue 24 (November 2019)
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Goal-setting in physiotherapy: exploring a person-centered perspective
Issue 23 (October 2019)
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Manual therapy: exploiting the role of human touch
Issue 22 (September 2019)
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Clinical Commentary: Rehabilitation Following Subscapularis Tendon Repair
Issue 21 (August 2019)
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Can Biomechanics Research Lead to More Effective Treatment of Low Back Pain? A Point-Counterpoint Debate
Issue 20 (July 2019)
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Robin Kerr

Physiotherapist
Noosa, Australia

Robin Kerr is an Australian trained physiotherapist with 33 years of clinical experience. Her special interests lay in pelvic floor and lumbo-pelvic dysfunction. She is heavily trained in biomechanics and gait lab running analysis, however over the last 20 years has moved towards a focus on motion and the BPS model in the management of persistent pain.