Dr Susan Coulson

PhD (Physio) MAppSc (Ex & Sport Sc.) BAppSc (Physio)
Lecturer, Physiotherapy

C43O - O Block Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 9416
Fax +61 2 9351 9278

Website MiFACE study
Neurological Rehabilitation Research Group

Biographical details

Dr Susan Coulson is a lecturer in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Prior to joining the University of Sydney, she worked in the area of rehabilitation following facial nerve disorders for 20 years. Susan's research and clinical work has focussed on improving facial movement dysfunction so as to attenuate the profound impact that facial disorders can have on the social, emotional and physical function of the patient. To achieve this goal, she established a Facial Nerve Laboratory based at the Faculty of Health Sciences, and is conducting studies to investigate treatments specifically designed to improve control and quality of the smile after long-term facial nerve injury. The brain's capacity for neuroplasticity following acute injury is a key concept that is also being investigated in this work.Susan is a teaching / research academic in the Discipline of Physiotherapy and has been associated with the University of Sydney since 1980, when she began her undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy. Whilst working as a clinical physiotherapist in the 1990's she completed a research Masters Degree in Exercise & Sports Science using motion analysis system to quantify the displacement of facial movements. From 2000 she conducted further research into facial nerve rehabilitation and undertook a PhD in Physiotherapy supported by an Australian Postgraduate Award.

Teaching and supervision

Lectures and tutorials in:

  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine and Common Conditions of the Head and Face region
  • Electrophysical Agents
  • Physiotherapy in the Community
  • Rural Health

Physiotherapy Unit of Study Coordinator:

  • 3rd Year UG Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine
  • 4th year UG Physiotherapy Electives
  • 4th year Physiotherapy in the Community
  • 2nd year Graduate Entry Masters Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy of the Cervical and Thoracic Spine

Associations

Memberships:

  • Alumni Council USyd Executive Member
  • Health Sciences Alumni Association Co-Chair
  • Australian Physiotherapy Association
  • Australian Federation of Graduate Women Fellowships Convenor

Themes

Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences

Selected grants

2012

  • Investigation of cortical changes using fMRI following acute lower motor neurone facial nerve paralysis and the effect of an observational learning task on smiling during recovery of facial movements; Coulson S, Croxson G, Adams R; Garnett Passe & Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation/Project Grants.

2007

  • A randomised controlled trial of physiotherapy rehabilitation for the smile after long term facial nerve palsy using Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions.; Coulson S; University of Sydney/Early Career Researcher.
  • Bilateral efects on eye closure following unilateral facial nerve paralysis: implications for neural control of eyelid movements; Coulson S; Internal Research Grant Allocations - Cumberland/Research Grants.

2006

  • A high speed video system for capturing and analysing real time human movement; O'Dwyer N, Coulson S, Adams R, Packman A, Lincoln M, Crosbie W, Smith A; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Equipment Grants.
  • High speed video system for capturing and analysing real-time human movement; Adams R, O'Dwyer N, Coulson S, Crosbie W, Lincoln M, Packman A; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Equipment Grants.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Coulson, S. (2005). Physiotherapy rehabilitation following facial nerve paralysis. In C.Beurskens, R.van Gelder, P. Heymans, J.J.Manni, J-P Nicolai (Eds.), The Facial Palsies, (pp. 263-274). Utrecht, The Netherlands: Lemma Publishers.

Journals

  • Steel, K., Adams, R., Coulson, S., Canning, C., Hawtin, H. (2013). Video Self-model Training of Punt Kicking. International Journal of Sport and Health Science, 11, 49-53.
  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Butler, J., Coulson, S. (2011). Characteristics of associated reactions in people with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Physiotherapy Research International, 16(3), 125-132. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., Oey, V. (2011). Prognostic Factors in Herpes Zoster Oticus (Ramsay Hunt Syndrome). Otology & Neurotology, 32(6), 1025-1030. [More Information]
  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Butler, J., Coulson, S. (2010). Characteristics of Associated Reactions in People with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy. Physiotherapy Research International, , 1-8. [More Information]
  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Butler, J., Coulson, S. (2010). Relative contribution of motor impairments to limitations in activity and restrictions in participation in adults with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Clinical Rehabilitation, 24(5), 454-462. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Oey, V. (2009). Herpes Zoster oticus: treatment and outcomes. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Coulson, S., Makeham, T., Croxson, G. (2009). Infective causes of facial nerve paralysis. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Coulson, S. (2009). Non-Surgical facial rehabilitation – an overview. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Coulson, S. (2009). Quantification of facial movement using three-dimensional objective measures. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Makeham, T., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2007). Infective Causes of Facial Nerve Paralysis. Otology & Neurotology, 28(1), 100-103. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2006). Bilateral conjugacy of movement initiation is retained at the eye but not at the mouth following long-term unilateral facial nerve palsy. Experimental Brain Research, 173(1), 153-158. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Physiotherapy Rehabilitation of the Smile after Long-Term Facial Nerve Palsy using Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions. Otolaryngology, 134(1), 48-55. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Use of video self-modelling and implementation intentions following facial nerve paralysis. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 13(1), 30-35.
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2005). Reliability of the "Sydney," "Sunnybrook," and "House Brackmann" facial grading systems to assess voluntary movement and synkinesis after facial nerve paralysis. Otolaryngology, 132(4), 543-549. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2004). Expression Of Emotion And Quality Of Life After Facial Nerve Paralysis. Otology & Neurotology, 25(6), 1014-1019.

Conferences

  • Frayne, E., Coulson, S., Adams, R. (2013). Energy cost following facial nerve paralysis: implications for physiotherapy treatment. 12th International Facial Nerve Symposium, USA.
  • Robinson, M., Diels, J., Coulson, S. (2013). Longstanding synkinesis and hypertonicity. 12th International Facial Nerve Symposium, USA.
  • Coulson, S. (2013). The impact of facial paralysis. “In the eyes of others�? 12th International Facial Nerve Symposium, USA.
  • Steel, K., Adams, R., Coulson, S., Clothier, P., Walker, D. (2013). Video self-modeling and kicking accuracy on the non-preferred side. 7th World Congress on Science and Football (WCSF2011), Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.
  • Steel, K., Adams, R., Coulson, S., Canning, C. (2010). Self-as-a-model training of left foot Australian Football punt kicking in two cases using reversed video footage of player's right foot kicks. 2010 Asics Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. "Hot Topics in the Tropics", Australia: Sports Medicine Australia.
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Oey, V. (2009). Herpes Zoster Oticus: Treatment and Outcomes. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.
  • Coulson, S., Makeham, T., Croxson, G. (2009). Infective Causes of Facial Nerve Paralysis. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.
  • Coulson, S. (2009). Non-Surgical facial rehabilitation – an overview. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.
  • Coulson, S. (2009). Quantification of facial movement using three-dimensional objective measures. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.
  • Coulson, S. (2008). Bilateral conjugacy of movement initiation is retained at the eye but not at the mouth following long-term unilateral facial nerve palsy. Neuro-otology Society of Australia 18th Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 2008, Australia: Neuro-otology Society of Australia.
  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Butler, J., Coulson, S. (2008). Contribution of motor impairments to physical activity and participation in people with cerebral palsy. 10th International Congress of the Asian Confederation for Physical Therapy 2008.
  • Bridgman, K., Coulson, S., Li, G., Narayan, I. (2008). Towards Student-Centre Learning and Teaching - Reflections on the Establishment of Fundamentals of Complementary Medicines. 3rd International Congress on Complementary Medicine Research 2008, United States: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
  • Bridgman, K., Narayan, I., Coulson, S., Li, G. (2008). Towards student-centred learning and teaching - reflections on the new Unit of Study "Fundamentals of Complementary Medicines" for physiotherapy students. 2nd Pharmacy Education Symposium 2008, Australia: Pharmaceutical Society of Australia.
  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Coulson, S., Butler, J. (2007). Biennial Contribution of motor impairments to hand activity and participation in people with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Biennial FHS Postgraduate Research Student Conference 2007, Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2007). Improving the smile following facial nerve paresis during physiotherapy rehabilitation with the use of video self-modeling and implementation intentions. 15th International World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress WCPT 2007, United Kingdom: Elsevier.
  • Bridgman, K., Narayan, I., Coulson, S., Li, G. (2007). Towards Student-centred Learning and Teaching - Reflections on the New Unit Fundamentals of Complementary Medicines for Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy). Pharmacy Education Symposium 2007, Australia.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2006). Bilateral conjugacy of movement initiation is retained at the eye but not at the mouth following long-term unilateral facial nerve palsy. 1st Symposium on Brain & Mind Research in the Asia/Pacific BMAP 2006, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Soma, M., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Herpes Zoster Oticus and Facial Nerve Disorder. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Improving the smile following facial nerve paresis during physiotherapy rehabilitation with the use of Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions. HCSNet Workshop on Human and Machine Perception and Action 2006, Australia: Human Communication Science Network.
  • Makeham, T., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Infective causes of facial nerve paralysis. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S. (2006). Non-surgical facial rehabilitation - an overview. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). One thousand consecutive cases of facial nerve disorder between 1988 and 2004. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S. (2006). Physiotherapy following facial nerve paralysis. Australian Federation of University Women Meeting 2006, Australia: Australian Federation of University Women.
  • Coulson, S. (2006). Rehabilitation Following Facial Nerve Paralysis: An Australian Approach. Dutch Facial Palsy Association Symposium 2006, The Netherlands: Dutch Facial Palsy Association.
  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Coulson, S., Butler, J. (2006). The relative contribute of motor impairments to limitation in physical activity (disability) and participation in people with cerebral palsy. The Fifth Research Conference 2006 "From Cell to Society 5", Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Traumatic facial nerve paralysis. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S. (2006). Treatment of facial nerve paralysis. Australian Physiotherapy Association NSW Branch State Conference 2006, N/A: N/A.
  • Coulson, S. (2006). Treatment of Facial Nerve Paralysis: Paving the Way with Evidence. Australian Physiotherapy Association NSW Branch Conference 2006, Australia: Australian Physiotherapy Association NSW Branch.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Adaptive changes to voluntary eyelid movement following unilateral facial nerve palsy. 25th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society ANS 2005, Australia: Australian Neuroscience Society.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. Progress in Motor Control V: PMC 2005, United States: International Society of Motor Control.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptations of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. Neuroscience: From Bench to Bedside 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Expression of emotion and quality of life following facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2005). One thousand consecutive cases of facial nerve disorder between 1988 and 2004. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). Physiotherapy using Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions to improve smiling after facial paresis. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Prevention of loss of visual conjugacy using early initiation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. The Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences Research Seminars 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2005). Reliability of the Sydney, Sunnybrook and House Brackmann facial grading systems to assess voluntary movement and synkinesis following facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). The patient's perspective of the effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis. The Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences Research Seminars 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2005). Traumatic facial nerve paralysis. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). Video self-modeling and implementation intentions in physiotherapy for smiling post facial paresis. Higher Degree Research Students Colloquium 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S. (2004). Assessment of Facial Nerve Palsy. 4th International Skull Base Congress 2004.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2004). Effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis as perceived by patients and their significant others. 8th International Physiotherapy Congress 2004.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2004). Expression of emotion and quality of life following facial nerve paralysis. 5th Association of Pacific Rim Universities Doctoral Students Conference 2004.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2004). Eyelid reaction times and eye closure movement times following long term unilateral facial nerve paralysis. Fourth College of Health Sciences Research Conference 2004 – "From Cell to Society 4".
  • Coulson, S. (2004). Rehabilitation of Facial Nerve Paralysis. 4th International Skull Base Congress 2004.
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2003). Comparison of the 'Sydney' versus 'Sunnybrook' facial grading systems following long term facial nerve paralysis. 4th International Conference on Vestibular Schwannoma and Other CPA Lesions 2003, United Kingdom: Immediate Proceedings.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2003). Effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis as perceived by patients and their significant others. School of Physiotherapy Post Graduate Research Symposium 2003, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2002). Comparison of the 'Sydney' versus 'Sunnybrook' Facial Grading Systems Following Long Term Facial Nerve Paralysis. From Cell to Society 3, Sydney: The College of Health Sciences.
  • Coulson, S., Gilleard, W., Croxsan, G. (2001). Quantification of three dimensional symmetry of normal facial movement. 9th International Symposium on the Facial Nerve, : World Scientific Publishing.
  • Coulson, S., Gilleard, W., Croxsan, G. (2001). Three dimensional quantification of synkinesis following facial nerve paralysis - a pilot study. 9th International Symposium on the Facial Nerve, : World Scientific Publishing.

Other

  • Coulson, S. (2009), Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Following Facial Nerve and Temporomandibular Joint Disorders.
  • Coulson, S. (2009), Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Following Facial Nerve and Temporomandibular Joint Disorders.
  • Coulson, S. (2009), Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Following Facial Nerve and Temporomandibular Joint Disorders.
  • Coulson, S. (2007), Physiotherapy following facial nerve paralysis.
  • Coulson, S. (2006), Physiotherapy following facial nerve paralysis.

2013

  • Frayne, E., Coulson, S., Adams, R. (2013). Energy cost following facial nerve paralysis: implications for physiotherapy treatment. 12th International Facial Nerve Symposium, USA.
  • Robinson, M., Diels, J., Coulson, S. (2013). Longstanding synkinesis and hypertonicity. 12th International Facial Nerve Symposium, USA.
  • Coulson, S. (2013). The impact of facial paralysis. “In the eyes of others�? 12th International Facial Nerve Symposium, USA.
  • Steel, K., Adams, R., Coulson, S., Canning, C., Hawtin, H. (2013). Video Self-model Training of Punt Kicking. International Journal of Sport and Health Science, 11, 49-53.
  • Steel, K., Adams, R., Coulson, S., Clothier, P., Walker, D. (2013). Video self-modeling and kicking accuracy on the non-preferred side. 7th World Congress on Science and Football (WCSF2011), Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

2011

  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Butler, J., Coulson, S. (2011). Characteristics of associated reactions in people with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Physiotherapy Research International, 16(3), 125-132. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., Oey, V. (2011). Prognostic Factors in Herpes Zoster Oticus (Ramsay Hunt Syndrome). Otology & Neurotology, 32(6), 1025-1030. [More Information]

2010

  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Butler, J., Coulson, S. (2010). Characteristics of Associated Reactions in People with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy. Physiotherapy Research International, , 1-8. [More Information]
  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Butler, J., Coulson, S. (2010). Relative contribution of motor impairments to limitations in activity and restrictions in participation in adults with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Clinical Rehabilitation, 24(5), 454-462. [More Information]
  • Steel, K., Adams, R., Coulson, S., Canning, C. (2010). Self-as-a-model training of left foot Australian Football punt kicking in two cases using reversed video footage of player's right foot kicks. 2010 Asics Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. "Hot Topics in the Tropics", Australia: Sports Medicine Australia.

2009

  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Oey, V. (2009). Herpes Zoster oticus: treatment and outcomes. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Oey, V. (2009). Herpes Zoster Oticus: Treatment and Outcomes. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.
  • Coulson, S., Makeham, T., Croxson, G. (2009). Infective causes of facial nerve paralysis. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Coulson, S., Makeham, T., Croxson, G. (2009). Infective Causes of Facial Nerve Paralysis. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.
  • Coulson, S. (2009). Non-Surgical facial rehabilitation – an overview. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Coulson, S. (2009). Non-Surgical facial rehabilitation – an overview. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.
  • Coulson, S. (2009), Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Following Facial Nerve and Temporomandibular Joint Disorders.
  • Coulson, S. (2009), Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Following Facial Nerve and Temporomandibular Joint Disorders.
  • Coulson, S. (2009), Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Following Facial Nerve and Temporomandibular Joint Disorders.
  • Coulson, S. (2009). Quantification of facial movement using three-dimensional objective measures. Journal of International Advanced Otology, 5.
  • Coulson, S. (2009). Quantification of facial movement using three-dimensional objective measures. XI International Facial Nerve Symposium 2009.

2008

  • Coulson, S. (2008). Bilateral conjugacy of movement initiation is retained at the eye but not at the mouth following long-term unilateral facial nerve palsy. Neuro-otology Society of Australia 18th Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting 2008, Australia: Neuro-otology Society of Australia.
  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Butler, J., Coulson, S. (2008). Contribution of motor impairments to physical activity and participation in people with cerebral palsy. 10th International Congress of the Asian Confederation for Physical Therapy 2008.
  • Bridgman, K., Coulson, S., Li, G., Narayan, I. (2008). Towards Student-Centre Learning and Teaching - Reflections on the Establishment of Fundamentals of Complementary Medicines. 3rd International Congress on Complementary Medicine Research 2008, United States: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
  • Bridgman, K., Narayan, I., Coulson, S., Li, G. (2008). Towards student-centred learning and teaching - reflections on the new Unit of Study "Fundamentals of Complementary Medicines" for physiotherapy students. 2nd Pharmacy Education Symposium 2008, Australia: Pharmaceutical Society of Australia.

2007

  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Coulson, S., Butler, J. (2007). Biennial Contribution of motor impairments to hand activity and participation in people with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Biennial FHS Postgraduate Research Student Conference 2007, Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2007). Improving the smile following facial nerve paresis during physiotherapy rehabilitation with the use of video self-modeling and implementation intentions. 15th International World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress WCPT 2007, United Kingdom: Elsevier.
  • Makeham, T., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2007). Infective Causes of Facial Nerve Paralysis. Otology & Neurotology, 28(1), 100-103. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S. (2007), Physiotherapy following facial nerve paralysis.
  • Bridgman, K., Narayan, I., Coulson, S., Li, G. (2007). Towards Student-centred Learning and Teaching - Reflections on the New Unit Fundamentals of Complementary Medicines for Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy). Pharmacy Education Symposium 2007, Australia.

2006

  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2006). Bilateral conjugacy of movement initiation is retained at the eye but not at the mouth following long-term unilateral facial nerve palsy. Experimental Brain Research, 173(1), 153-158. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2006). Bilateral conjugacy of movement initiation is retained at the eye but not at the mouth following long-term unilateral facial nerve palsy. 1st Symposium on Brain & Mind Research in the Asia/Pacific BMAP 2006, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Soma, M., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Herpes Zoster Oticus and Facial Nerve Disorder. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Improving the smile following facial nerve paresis during physiotherapy rehabilitation with the use of Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions. HCSNet Workshop on Human and Machine Perception and Action 2006, Australia: Human Communication Science Network.
  • Makeham, T., Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Infective causes of facial nerve paralysis. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S. (2006). Non-surgical facial rehabilitation - an overview. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). One thousand consecutive cases of facial nerve disorder between 1988 and 2004. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S. (2006), Physiotherapy following facial nerve paralysis.
  • Coulson, S. (2006). Physiotherapy following facial nerve paralysis. Australian Federation of University Women Meeting 2006, Australia: Australian Federation of University Women.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Physiotherapy Rehabilitation of the Smile after Long-Term Facial Nerve Palsy using Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions. Otolaryngology, 134(1), 48-55. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S. (2006). Rehabilitation Following Facial Nerve Paralysis: An Australian Approach. Dutch Facial Palsy Association Symposium 2006, The Netherlands: Dutch Facial Palsy Association.
  • Chiu, H., Ada, L., Coulson, S., Butler, J. (2006). The relative contribute of motor impairments to limitation in physical activity (disability) and participation in people with cerebral palsy. The Fifth Research Conference 2006 "From Cell to Society 5", Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2006). Traumatic facial nerve paralysis. Annual General Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery 2006, Australia.
  • Coulson, S. (2006). Treatment of facial nerve paralysis. Australian Physiotherapy Association NSW Branch State Conference 2006, N/A: N/A.
  • Coulson, S. (2006). Treatment of Facial Nerve Paralysis: Paving the Way with Evidence. Australian Physiotherapy Association NSW Branch Conference 2006, Australia: Australian Physiotherapy Association NSW Branch.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2006). Use of video self-modelling and implementation intentions following facial nerve paralysis. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 13(1), 30-35.

2005

  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Adaptive changes to voluntary eyelid movement following unilateral facial nerve palsy. 25th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society ANS 2005, Australia: Australian Neuroscience Society.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. Progress in Motor Control V: PMC 2005, United States: International Society of Motor Control.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Bilateral adaptations of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. Neuroscience: From Bench to Bedside 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Expression of emotion and quality of life following facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2005). One thousand consecutive cases of facial nerve disorder between 1988 and 2004. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S. (2005). Physiotherapy rehabilitation following facial nerve paralysis. In C.Beurskens, R.van Gelder, P. Heymans, J.J.Manni, J-P Nicolai (Eds.), The Facial Palsies, (pp. 263-274). Utrecht, The Netherlands: Lemma Publishers.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). Physiotherapy using Video Self-Modeling and Implementation Intentions to improve smiling after facial paresis. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2005). Prevention of loss of visual conjugacy using early initiation of voluntary eyelid movements following unilateral facial nerve palsy. The Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences Research Seminars 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2005). Reliability of the "Sydney," "Sunnybrook," and "House Brackmann" facial grading systems to assess voluntary movement and synkinesis after facial nerve paralysis. Otolaryngology, 132(4), 543-549. [More Information]
  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2005). Reliability of the Sydney, Sunnybrook and House Brackmann facial grading systems to assess voluntary movement and synkinesis following facial nerve palsy. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). The patient's perspective of the effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis. The Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences Research Seminars 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.
  • Croxson, G., Coulson, S. (2005). Traumatic facial nerve paralysis. 10th International Facial Nerve Symposium 2005.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2005). Video self-modeling and implementation intentions in physiotherapy for smiling post facial paresis. Higher Degree Research Students Colloquium 2005, Australia: University of Sydney.

2004

  • Coulson, S. (2004). Assessment of Facial Nerve Palsy. 4th International Skull Base Congress 2004.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2004). Effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis as perceived by patients and their significant others. 8th International Physiotherapy Congress 2004.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2004). Expression Of Emotion And Quality Of Life After Facial Nerve Paralysis. Otology & Neurotology, 25(6), 1014-1019.
  • Coulson, S., O'Dwyer, N., Adams, R., Croxson, G. (2004). Expression of emotion and quality of life following facial nerve paralysis. 5th Association of Pacific Rim Universities Doctoral Students Conference 2004.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2004). Eyelid reaction times and eye closure movement times following long term unilateral facial nerve paralysis. Fourth College of Health Sciences Research Conference 2004 – "From Cell to Society 4".
  • Coulson, S. (2004). Rehabilitation of Facial Nerve Paralysis. 4th International Skull Base Congress 2004.

2003

  • Coulson, S., Croxson, G., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N. (2003). Comparison of the 'Sydney' versus 'Sunnybrook' facial grading systems following long term facial nerve paralysis. 4th International Conference on Vestibular Schwannoma and Other CPA Lesions 2003, United Kingdom: Immediate Proceedings.
  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2003). Effectiveness of emotional expression following facial nerve paralysis as perceived by patients and their significant others. School of Physiotherapy Post Graduate Research Symposium 2003, Australia: University of Sydney.

2002

  • Coulson, S., Adams, R., O'Dwyer, N., Croxson, G. (2002). Comparison of the 'Sydney' versus 'Sunnybrook' Facial Grading Systems Following Long Term Facial Nerve Paralysis. From Cell to Society 3, Sydney: The College of Health Sciences.

2001

  • Coulson, S., Gilleard, W., Croxsan, G. (2001). Quantification of three dimensional symmetry of normal facial movement. 9th International Symposium on the Facial Nerve, : World Scientific Publishing.
  • Coulson, S., Gilleard, W., Croxsan, G. (2001). Three dimensional quantification of synkinesis following facial nerve paralysis - a pilot study. 9th International Symposium on the Facial Nerve, : World Scientific Publishing.

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