Ms Julie Bampton
|Qualifications: BAppSc (Physiotherapy) SydUni, MSc (Neurological Physiotherapy) UEL
My area of interest is Neurological Physiotherapy and my clinical experience has largely been in the acute care and rehabilitation of neurological patients, both in Australia and overseas. I have been involved at Sydney University in clinical research for over 13 years and teaching for over 6 years (both on a part time or casual basis). Most of the research has been clinical trials examining different treatment interventions for stroke and the teaching has predominantly been in the area of Neurological Physiotherapy.
Teaching and Service Responsibilities
- Treadmill walking with body weight support in subacute non-ambulatory stroke improves walking capacity more than overground walking: a randomised trial. Dean CM. Ada L. Bampton J. Morris ME. Katrak PH. Potts S. Journal of Physiotherapy. 56(2):97-103, 2010. UI: 20482476
- Thirty minutes of positioning reduces the development of shoulder external rotation contracture after stroke: a randomized controlled trial. Ada L. Goddard E. McCully J. Stavrinos T. Bampton J. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 86(2):230-4, 2005 Feb. UI: 15706548
- A treadmill and overground walking program improves walking in persons residing in the community after stroke: a placebo-controlled, randomized trial. Ada L. Dean CM. Hall JM. Bampton J. Crompton S. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 84(10):1486-91, 2003 Oct. UI: 14586916