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    1. Gunning, JL; Callaghan, JP; McGill, SM
      Spinal posture and prior loading history modulate compressive strength andtype of failure in the spine: a biomechanical study using a porcine cervical spine model

      CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS
    2. Lehman, GJ; McGill, SM
      Spinal manipulation causes variable spine kinematic and trunk muscle electromyographic responses

      CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS
    3. Callaghan, JP; McGill, SM
      Intervertebral disc herniation: studies on a porcine model exposed to highly repetitive flexion/extension motion with compressive force

      CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS
    4. McGill, SM; Cholewicki, J
      Biomechanical basis for stability: An explanation to enhance clinical utility

      JOURNAL OF ORTHOPAEDIC & SPORTS PHYSICAL THERAPY
    5. Lehman, GJ; Vernon, H; McGill, SM
      Effects of a mechanical pain stimulus on erector spinae activity before and after a spinal manipulation in patients with back pain: A preliminary investigation

      JOURNAL OF MANIPULATIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL THERAPEUTICS
    6. Lehman, GJ; McGill, SM
      Quantification of the differences in electromyographic activity magnitude between the upper and lower portions of the rectus abdominis muscle during selected trunk exercises

      PHYSICAL THERAPY
    7. Au, G; Cook, J; McGill, SM
      Spinal shrinkage during repetitive controlled torsional, flexion and lateral bend motion exertions

      ERGONOMICS
    8. Callaghan, JP; McGill, SM
      Low back joint loading and kinematics during standing and unsupported sitting

      ERGONOMICS
    9. Stothart, JP; McGill, SM
      Stadiometry: on measurement technique to reduce variability in spine shrinkage measurement

      CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS
    10. McGill, SM; Hughson, RL; Parks, K
      Changes in lumbar lordosis modify the role of the extensor muscles

      CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS
    11. McGill, SM
      Metabolic and cardiorespiratory responses to continuous box lifting and lowering in nonimpaired subjects - Invited commentary

      JOURNAL OF ORTHOPAEDIC & SPORTS PHYSICAL THERAPY
    12. McGill, SM
      The influence of a chiropractic manipulation on lumbar kinematics and electromyography during simple and complex tasks: A case study - In response

      JOURNAL OF MANIPULATIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL THERAPEUTICS
    13. McGill, SM
      The importance of normalization in the interpretation of surface electromyography: A proof of principle - Response

      JOURNAL OF MANIPULATIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL THERAPEUTICS
    14. Vera-Garcia, FJ; Grenier, SG; McGill, SM
      Abdominal muscle response during curl-ups on both stable and labile surfaces

      PHYSICAL THERAPY
    15. Cholewicki, J; Juluru, K; McGill, SM
      Biomechanical modeling of intra-abdominal pressure generation should include the transversus abdominis

      JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS
    16. McGill, SM; Hughson, RL; Parks, K
      Lumbar erector spinae oxygenation during prolonged contractions: implications for prolonged work

      ERGONOMICS
    17. Cholewicki, J; Juluru, K; Radebold, A; Panjabi, MM; McGill, SM
      Lumbar spine stability can be augmented with an abdominal belt and/or increased intra-abdominal pressure

      EUROPEAN SPINE JOURNAL
    18. Yingling, VR; McGill, SM
      Mechanical properties and failure mechanics of the spine under posterior shear load: Observations from a porcine model

      JOURNAL OF SPINAL DISORDERS
    19. Yingling, VR; Callaghan, JP; McGill, SM
      The porcine cervical spine as a model of the human lumbar spine: An anatomical, geometric, and functional comparison

      JOURNAL OF SPINAL DISORDERS
    20. Yingling, VR; McGill, SM
      Anterior shear of spinal motion segments - Kinematics, kinetics, and resultant injuries observed in a porcine model

      SPINE
    21. Ross, JK; Bereznick, DE; McGill, SM
      Atlas-axis facet asymmetry - Implications in manual palpation

      SPINE
    22. McGill, SM; Yingling, VR; Peach, JP
      Three-dimensional kinematics and trunk muscle myoelectric activity in the elderly spine - a database compared to young people

      CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS
    23. McGill, SM; Yingling, VR
      Traction may enhance the imaging of spine injuries with plane radiographs:implications for the laboratory versus the clinic

      CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS
    24. Callaghan, JP; Patla, AE; McGill, SM
      Low back three-dimensional joint forces, kinematics, and kinetics during walking

      CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS
    25. McGill, SM
      Should industrial workers wear abdominal belts? Prescription based on the recent literature

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS
    26. Brereton, LC; McGill, SM
      Effects of physical fatigue and cognitive challenges on the potential for low back injury

      HUMAN MOVEMENT SCIENCE
    27. Lehman, GJ; McGill, SM
      The influence of a chiropractic manipulation on lumbar kinematics and electromyography during simple and complex tasks: A case study

      JOURNAL OF MANIPULATIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL THERAPEUTICS
    28. Lehman, GJ; McGill, SM
      The importance of normalization in the interpretation of surface electromyography: A proof of principle

      JOURNAL OF MANIPULATIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL THERAPEUTICS
    29. McGill, SM
      North American Congress on Biomechanics - (University of Waterloo) August,1998

      JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS
    30. Cholewicki, J; Juluru, K; McGill, SM
      Intra-abdominal pressure mechanism for stabilizing the lumbar spine

      JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS
    31. Mientjes, MIV; Norman, RW; Wells, RP; McGill, SM
      Assessment of an EMG-based method for continuous estimates of low back compression during asymmetrical occupational tasks

      ERGONOMICS
    32. McGill, SM; Childs, A; Liebenson, C
      Endurance times for low back stabilization exercises: Clinical targets fortesting and training from a normal database

      ARCHIVES OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION
    33. McGill, SM; Callaghan, JP
      Impact forces following the unexpected removal of a chair while sitting

      ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION
    34. PEACH JP; GUNNING J; MCGILL SM
      RELIABILITY OF SPECTRAL EMG PARAMETERS OF HEALTHY BACK EXTENSORS DURING SUBMAXIMUM ISOMETRIC FATIGUING CONTRACTIONS AND RECOVERY

      Journal of electromyography and kinesiology
    35. BOAKES J; PEACH JP; MCGILL SM
      DOES METHOCARBAMOL AFFECT FATIGUE MARKERS IN THE LOW-BACK ELECTROMYOGRAM

      Journal of electromyography and kinesiology
    36. BRERETON LC; MCGILL SM
      FREQUENCY-RESPONSE OF SPINE EXTENSORS DURING RAPID ISOMETRIC CONTRACTIONS - EFFECTS OF MUSCLE LENGTH AND TENSION

      Journal of electromyography and kinesiology
    37. MCGILL SM
      IMPORTANCE OF THE INTERSEGMENTAL TRUNK MUSCLES FOR THE STABILITY OF THE LUMBAR SPINE - A BIOMECHANICAL STUDY IN-VITRO - POINT-OF-VIEW

      Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976)
    38. PEACH JP; MCGILL SM
      CLASSIFICATION OF LOW-BACK-PAIN WITH THE USE OF SPECTRAL ELECTROMYOGRAM PARAMETERS

      Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976)
    39. MCGILL SM
      LOW-BACK EXERCISES - EVIDENCE FOR IMPROVING EXERCISE REGIMENS

      Physical therapy
    40. MCGILL SM; CALLAGHAN JP; GUNNING JL
      CHALLENGING ASSUMPTIONS - RESPONSE

      Physical therapy
    41. CALLAGHAN JP; GUNNING JL; MCGILL SM
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LUMBAR SPINE LOAD AND MUSCLE-ACTIVITY DURINGEXTENSOR EXERCISES

      Physical therapy
    42. PEACH JP; SUTARNO CG; MCGILL SM
      3-DIMENSIONAL KINEMATICS AND TRUNK MUSCLE MYOELECTRIC ACTIVITY IN THEYOUNG LUMBAR SPINE - A DATABASE

      Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
    43. MCGILL SM
      DISTRIBUTION OF TISSUE LOADS IN THE LOW-BACK DURING A VARIETY OF DAILY AND REHABILITATION TASKS

      Journal of rehabilitation research and development
    44. YINGLING VR; CALLAGHAN JP; MCGILL SM
      DYNAMIC LOADING AFFECTS THE MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES AND FAILURE SITE OFPORCINE SPINES

      Clinical biomechanics
    45. MCGILL SM; CHOLEWICKI J; PEACH JP
      METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR USING INDUCTIVE SENSORS (3SPACE ISOTRAK) TO MONITOR 3-D ORTHOPEDIC JOINT MOTION

      Clinical biomechanics
    46. AXLER CT; MCGILL SM
      LOW-BACK LOADS OVER A VARIETY OF ABDOMINAL EXERCISES - SEARCHING FOR THE SAFEST ABDOMINAL CHALLENGE

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    47. MCGILL SM
      THE BIOMECHANICS OF LOW-BACK INJURY - IMPLICATIONS ON CURRENT PRACTICE IN INDUSTRY AND THE CLINIC

      Journal of biomechanics
    48. RAFACZ W; MCGILL SM
      WEARING AN ABDOMINAL BELT INCREASES DIASTOLIC BLOOD-PRESSURE

      Journal of occupational and environmental medicine
    49. POTVIN JR; NORMAN RW; MCGILL SM
      MECHANICALLY CORRECTED EMG FOR THE CONTINUOUS ESTIMATION OF ERECTOR SPINAE MUSCLE LOADING DURING REPETITIVE LIFTING

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    50. CHOLEWICKI J; MCGILL SM
      MECHANICAL STABILITY OF THE IN-VIVO LUMBAR SPINE - IMPLICATIONS FOR INJURY AND CHRONIC LOW-BACK-PAIN

      Clinical biomechanics
    51. MCGILL SM
      A REVISED ANATOMICAL MODEL OF THE ABDOMINAL MUSCULATURE FOR TORSO FLEXION EFFORTS

      Journal of biomechanics
    52. MCGILL SM; JUKER D; AXLER C
      CORRECTING TRUNK MUSCLE GEOMETRY OBTAINED FROM MRI AND CT SCANS OF SUPINE POSTURES FOR USE IN STANDING POSTURES

      Journal of biomechanics
    53. MCGILL SM; NORMAN RW; CHOLEWICKI J
      A SIMPLE POLYNOMIAL THAT PREDICTS LOW-BACK COMPRESSION DURING COMPLEX3-D TASKS

      Ergonomics
    54. MCGILL SM; VANWIJK MJ; AXLER CT; GLETSU M
      STUDIES OF SPINAL SHRINKAGE TO EVALUATE LOW-BACK LOADING IN THE WORKPLACE

      Ergonomics
    55. MCGILL SM; AXLER CT
      CHANGES IN SPINE HEIGHT THROUGHOUT 32 HOURS OF BEDREST

      Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
    56. CALLAGHAN JP; MCGILL SM
      FROZEN STORAGE INCREASES THE ULTIMATE COMPRESSIVE LOAD OF PORCINE VERTEBRAE

      Journal of orthopaedic research
    57. CALLAGHAN JP; MCGILL SM
      MUSCLE-ACTIVITY AND LOW-BACK LOADS UNDER EXTERNAL SHEAR AND COMPRESSIVE LOADING

      Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976)
    58. MCGILL SM; KIPPERS V
      UNTITLED - REPLY

      Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976)
    59. SUTARNO CG; MCGILL SM
      ISOVELOCITY INVESTIGATION OF THE LENGTHENING BEHAVIOR OF THE ERECTOR SPINAE MUSCLES

      European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology
    60. MCGILL SM
      THE MECHANICS OF TORSO FLEXION - SITUPS AND STANDING DYNAMIC FLEXION MANEUVERS

      Clinical biomechanics
    61. CHOLEWICKI J; MCGILL SM
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MUSCLE FORCE AND STIFFNESS IN THE WHOLE MAMMALIAN MUSCLE - A SIMULATION STUDY

      Journal of biomechanical engineering
    62. CHOLEWICKI J; MCGILL SM; NORMAN RW
      COMPARISON OF MUSCLE FORCES AND JOINT LOAD FROM AN OPTIMIZATION AND EMG ASSISTED LUMBAR SPINE MODEL - TOWARDS DEVELOPMENT OF A HYBRID APPROACH

      Journal of biomechanics
    63. SANTAGUIDA PL; MCGILL SM
      THE PSOAS MAJOR MUSCLE - A 3-DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRIC STUDY

      Journal of biomechanics
    64. MCGILL SM; SHARRATT MT; SEGUIN JP
      LOADS ON SPINAL TISSUES DURING SIMULTANEOUS LIFTING AND VENTILATORY CHALLENGE

      Ergonomics
    65. MCGILL SM; KIPPERS V
      TRANSFER OF LOADS BETWEEN LUMBAR TISSUES DURING THE FLEXION-RELAXATION PHENOMENON

      Spine (Philadelphia, Pa. 1976)
    66. MCGILL SM; JONES K; BENNETT G; BISHOP PJ
      PASSIVE STIFFNESS OF THE HUMAN NECK IN FLEXION, EXTENSION, AND LATERAL BENDING

      Clinical biomechanics
    67. KOSKI AV; MCGILL SM
      DYNAMIC SHOULDER FLEXION STRENGTH - FOR USE IN OCCUPATIONAL RISK ANALYSIS AND CLINICAL-ASSESSMENT

      Clinical biomechanics
    68. CHOLEWICKI J; MCGILL SM
      EMG ASSISTED OPTIMIZATION - A HYBRID APPROACH FOR ESTIMATING MUSCLE FORCES IN AN INDETERMINATE BIOMECHANICAL MODEL

      Journal of biomechanics
    69. NORMAN RW; MCGILL SM
      ON BIOMECHANICAL MODELS AND WORK-RELATED LOW-BACK INJURY

      Clinical biomechanics
    70. MCGILL SM; SANTAGUIDA L; STEVENS J
      MEASUREMENT OF THE TRUNK MUSCULATURE FROM T5 TO L5 USING MRI SCANS OF15 YOUNG MALES CORRECTED FOR MUSCLE-FIBER ORIENTATION

      Clinical biomechanics
    71. MCGILL SM
      ABDOMINAL BELTS IN INDUSTRY - A POSITION PAPER ON THEIR ASSETS, LIABILITIES AND USE

      American Industrial Hygiene Association journal
    72. CHOLEWICKI J; MCGILL SM; WELLS RP; VERNON H
      METHOD FOR MEASURING VERTEBRAL KINEMATICS FROM VIDEOFLUOROSCOPY

      Clinical biomechanics
    73. POTVIN JR; NORMAN RW; MCGILL SM
      REDUCTION IN ANTERIOR SHEAR FORCES ON THE L4 L5 DISK BY THE LUMBAR MUSCULATURE/

      Clinical biomechanics


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