Publications list for Associate Professor Karen Ginn

2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008

2013

   
  • Reed, D., Cathers, I., Halaki, M., Ginn, K. (2013), Does supraspinatus initiate shoulder abduction?. Journal of Electromyography & Kinesiology. 23(2), 425-429. [Abstract]
  • Rickert, D., Halaki, M., Ginn, K., Barrett, M., Ackermann, B. (2013), The use of fine-wire EMG to investigate shoulder muscle recruitment patterns during cello bowing: the results of a pilot study. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 23(6), 1261-1268. [Abstract]
  • Tardo, D., Halaki, M., Cathers, I., Ginn, K. (2013), Rotator cuff muscles perform different functional roles during shoulder external rotation exercises. Clinical Anatomy. 26(2), 236-243. [Abstract]

2012

   
  • Halaki, M., Ginn, K. (2012), Normalization of EMG Signals: To Normalize or Not to Normalize and What to Normalize to?. In: Computational Intelligence in Electromyography Analysis- A Perspective on Current Applications and Future Challenges. (pp.175-194).Croatia: InTech.

2011

   
  • Wattanaprakornkul, D., Halaki, M., Cathers, I., Ginn, K. (2011), Direction-specific recruitment of rotator cuff muscles during bench press and row. Journal of electromyography and kinesiology : official journal of the International Society of Electrophysiological Kinesiology. 21(6), 1041-9. [Abstract]
  • Ginn, K., Halaki, M., Cathers, I. (2011), Revision of the Shoulder Normalization tests is required to include rhomboid major and teres major. Journal of orthopaedic research : official publication of the Orthopaedic Research Society. 29(12), 1846-9. [Abstract]
  • Wattanaprakornkul, D., Cathers, I., Halaki, M., Ginn, K. (2011), The rotator cuff muscles have a direction specific recruitment pattern during shoulder flexion and extension exercises. Journal of science and medicine in sport / Sports Medicine Australia. 14(5), 376-82. [Abstract]
  • Wattanaprakornkul, D., Halaki, M., Boettcher, C., Cathers, I., Ginn, K. (2011), A comprehensive analysis of muscle recruitment patterns during shoulder flexion: An electromyographic study. Clinical Anatomy. 24(5), 619-626. [Abstract]
  • Yiasemides, R., Halaki, M., Cathers, I., Ginn, K. (2011), Does passive mobilization of shoulder region joints provide additional benefit over advice and exercise alone for people who have shoulder pain and minimal movement restriction? A randomized controlled trial. Physical Therapy. 91(2), 178-189. [Abstract]
  • Johnson, V., Halaki, M., Ginn, K. (2011), The use of surface electrodes to record infraspinatus activity is not valid at low infraspinatus activation levels. Journal of electromyography and kinesiology : official journal of the International Society of Electrophysiological Kinesiology. 21(1), 112-8. [Abstract]

2010

   
  • Boettcher, C., Cathers, I., Ginn, K. (2010), The role of shoulder muscles is task specific. Journal of science and medicine in sport / Sports Medicine Australia. 13(6), 651-6. [Abstract]
  • Whiteley, R., Adams, R., Ginn, K., Nicholson, L. (2010), Playing level achieved, throwing history, and humeral torsion in Masters baseball players. Journal of sports sciences. 28(11), 1223-32. [Abstract]
  • Stuelcken, M., Ferdinands R, E., Ginn, K., Sinclair, P. (2010), The Shoulder Distraction Force in Cricket Fast Bowling. Journal of Applied Biomechanics. 26(3), 373-377. [Abstract]
  • Whiteley, R., Adams, R., Nicholson, L., Ginn, K. (2010), Reduced humeral torsion predicts throwing-related injury in adolescent baseballers. Journal of science and medicine in sport / Sports Medicine Australia. 13(4), 392-6. [Abstract]
  • Reed, D., Halaki, M., Ginn, K. (2010), The rotator cuff muscles are activated at low levels during shoulder adduction: an experimental study. Journal of Physiotherapy. 56(4), 259-264. [Abstract]

2009

   
  • Boettcher, C., Ginn, K., Cathers, I. (2009), Which is the Optimal Exercise to Strengthen Supraspinatus?. Medicine and science in sports and exercise. 41(11), 1979-83. [Abstract]
  • Boettcher, C., Ginn, K., Cathers, I. (2009), The 'empty can' and 'full can' tests do not selectively activate supraspinatus. Journal of science and medicine in sport / Sports Medicine Australia. 12(0), 435-9. [Abstract]
  • Whiteley, R., Ginn, K., Nicholson, L., Adams, R. (2009), Sports participation and humeral torsion. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy. 39(4), 256-263. [Abstract]
  • Chen, J., Ginn, K., Herbert, R. (2009), Passive mobilisation of shoulder region joints plus advice and exercise does not reduce pain and disability more than advice and exercise alone: a randomised trial. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy. 55(1), 17-23. [Abstract]

2008

   
  • Boettcher, C., Ginn, K., Cathers, I. (2008), Standard maximum isometric voluntary contraction tests for normalizing shoulder muscle EMG. Journal of Orthopaedic Research. 26(12), 1591-1597. [Abstract]
  • Whiteley, R., Adams, R., Nicholson, L., Ginn, K. (2008), Shoulder proprioception is associated with humeral torsion in adolescent baseball players. Physical therapy in sport. 9(4), 177-184. [Abstract]
  • Stuelcken, M., Ginn, K., Sinclair, P. (2008), Shoulder strength and range of motion in elite female cricket fast bowlers with and without a history of shoulder pain. Journal of science and medicine in sport / Sports Medicine Australia. 11(6), 575-80. [Abstract]
  • Stuelcken, M., Ginn, K., Sinclair, P. (2008), Musculoskeletal profile of the lumbar spine and hip regions in cricket fast bowlers. Physical Therapy in Sport. 9(2), 82-88. [Abstract]