Prof. Dr. Rebecca Crawford

Prof. Dr. Rebecca Crawford

Prof. Dr. Rebecca Crawford
ZHAW Gesundheit
Technikumstrasse 81
8400 Winterthur

+41 (0) 58 934 43 60
rebecca.crawford@zhaw.ch

Persönliches Profil

Tätigkeit an der ZHAW als

Senior Research Fellow

Arbeits- und Forschungsschwerpunkte, Spezialkenntnisse

Please refer to my English page.

Aus- und Fortbildung

2011
PhD in Wirbelsäulenchirurgie; University of Western Australia, Australien.
Titel: Klinische Ergebnisse nach derDIAM Implantation im Bereich der lumbalen Wirbelsäule.


2009
Postgraduiertes Lehrpraktikum; Zentrum für die Förderung von Lehre und Lernen, University of Western Australia, Australien. Grundlagen der Hochschuldidaktik.

2006
Master Manuelle Therapie (MMT); University of Western Australia, Australien.

1995
BSc (Physiotherapie) (First Class Honours); Curtin University of Technology, Australien.
Titel der Thesis: Physiologische und degenerative Anatomie der thorakalen Bandscheiben und Wirbelkörper: : Abhängigkeit von Alter und Geschlecht.

1992
BSc (Anatomie und Humanbiologie, Bewegungswissenschaften); University of Western Australia.

Beruflicher Werdegang

2015-
Titularprofessorin; Fakultät für Gesundheitswissenschaften, Curtin University, Perth

2014-
Senior Researcher Zentrum für Gesundheitswissenschaften; Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften.

2014-2015
Adjunct Senior Lecturer (äquivalent zu Associate Professor), Fakultät für Gesundheitswissenschaften, Curtin University, Australien.

2011
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Institut für Physiotherapie, Curtin University, Australien.

2007-2011
Adjunct Clinical Teaching Fellow & Doktorandin, Departement für Chirurgie, University of Western Australia.

1999-2006
Selbstständige Physiotherapeutin & Dozierende, verschiedene Praxen für Muskuloskeletale-Erkrankungen, Dorset & Kent, Grossbritannien.

1996-1999
Physiotherapeutin/Sportmedizinerin, Wanneroo & Ellenbrook Physiotherapie-Zentren, Perth, Australien.

1995-1996
Physiotherapeutin Royal Perth Hospital (einschließlich Royal Perth Rehabilitation), Perth, Australien.

Mitglied in Netzwerken

Projekte

Mitarbeit an folgenden Projekten

Publikationen

Hauswirth, Jürg; ; Lanz Preusser, Marianne; ; Kool, Jan; Crawford, Rebecca,

2016.

Immediate effects of cervical unilateral anterior-posterior mobilisation on shoulder pain and impairment in post-operative arthroscopy patients

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Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation.

Verfügbar unter: https://doi.org/10.21256/zhaw-1185

Beiträge, peer-reviewed

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Advancing imaging technologies for patients with spinal pain

: With a focus on whiplash injury.

The Spine Journal in press. Peer reviewed.

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Blood Group Distribution in Switzerland - a historical comparison

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Transfusion Medicine and Hemotherapy, 10.1159/000479191. Peer reviewed.

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Change in fatty infiltration of lumbar multifidus, erector spinae, and psoas muscles in asymptomatic adults of Asian or Caucasian ethnicities

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European Spine Journal doi 10.1007/s00586-017-5212-6. Peer reviewed.

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Change to sagittal spinal alignment, pain, and function after lumbar surgery augmented with an interspinous implant

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BMC Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders, January, 12. Peer reviewed.

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Manually defining regions of interest when quantifying paravertebral muscles fatty infiltration from axial magnetic resonance imaging: a proposed method for the lumbar spine with anatomical cross-reference

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BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 18, 1. Peer reviewed.

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Temporal change to self-rated health in the Swiss population from 1997 to 2012

: The roles of age, gender, and education.

Public Health, 150 152-165. Peer reviewed.

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Age- and Level-Dependence of Fatty Infiltration in Lumbar Paravertebral Muscles of Healthy Volunteers

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American Journal of Neuroradiology, 37, 4. 742-748. Peer reviewed.

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Are regions of multifidus differentially activated during walking at varied speed and inclination?

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Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 30 177-183. Peer reviewed.

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Extension and flexion in the upper cervical spine in neck pain patients

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In: IFOMPT congress . Glasgow: IFOMPT. Peer reviewed.

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Rate of lumbar paravertebral muscle fat infiltration versus spinal degeneration in asymptomatic populations: An age- aggregated cross-sectional simulation study

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BMC Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders, 11, 21. Peer reviewed.

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Reliability of quantifying the spatial distribution of fatty infiltration in lumbar paravertebral muscles using a new segmentation method for T1-weighted MRI

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BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 17, 1. 234. Peer reviewed.

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Accident Compensation Corporation claim status and benefit type is associated with low back pain outcomes

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New Zealand Medical Journal, 1422, 128. 75-7. Peer reviewed.

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Does injury claim status and benefit status affect low back pain outcomes?

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Australasian Medical Journal, 8, 8. 268-76. Peer reviewed.

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Extension and flexion in the upper cervical spine in neck pain patients

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Manual Therapy, 20, 4. 547-52. Peer reviewed.

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What is the best time point to identify patients at risk of developing persistent low back pain?

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Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 28, 2. 267-76. Peer reviewed.

Publikationen vor Tätigkeit an der ZHAW

Crawford RJ, Malone QJ, & Price RI. A prospective two-year study of patient-reported outcomes after lumbar surgery augmented with DIAM interspinous implant. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research 2012; 15 (3): 10p

Crawford RJ, Lynn JM, Malone QJ, & Price RI. Pain and function one year after decompressive disc surgery: cases augmented with the DIAM interspinous implant versus microdiscectomy. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research 2012; 15 (2): 10p

Crawford RJ, Fazey PJ & Singer KP. Teaching and learning in postgraduate manual therapy education: Perspectives on clinical supervision. In: Educating for sustainability. Proceedings of the 19th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 28-29 January 2010. Perth: Edith Cowan University. otl.curtin.edu.au/tlf/tlf2010/refereed/crawford.html

Crawford RJ, Price RI, Malone Q, & Singer KP. Clinical outcomes following lumbar surgery augmented with DIAM interspinous implant. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research 2009; 12: 59-69

Crawford RJ, Price RI, & Singer KP. Surgical treatment of lumbar segment disease with interspinous implant: a review of four devices. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research 2009; 12: 153-167

Crawford RJ, Price RI, & Singer KP. The effect of interspinous implant surgery on back surface shape and radiographic lumbar curvature. Clinical Biomechanics 2009; 24: 467-472