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2014

Kennard E, Saaid A, Lieberman K, Rolfe KJ  A preliminary comparison of laryngeal manipulation and  post  postural  treatment on voice quality in a prospective randomised crossover study. J Voice,  2015; 29 (6): 751-754

Saaid A, Birch W. ’ Extensive Bilateral Renal Variations presented at the  6th International Symposium of Clinical and Applied Anatomy. Croatia  June 2014.

Bramati-Castellarin, I., Drysdale, I. Calprotectin, M2-PK and Lactoferrin concentrations in Autistic children suffering from Gastrointestinal symptoms measured before, during and after Visceral Osteopathic Techniques. Proceedings International Conference Advances in Osteopathic Research. Sao Paulo Brazil, November 2014

Bramati-Castellarin I, Drysdale I. Relationship between a biochemical marker and questionnaires in Autistic children suffering from GI dysfunction. Proceedings International Conference Advances in Osteopathic Research. Sao Paulo Brazil, November 2014

Drysdale, I., Rolfe, K.J. Outcomes from an osteopathic teaching clinic. Proceedings International Conference Advances in Osteopathic Research. Sao Paulo Brazil, November 2014

Robson-Ansley, P.J.,  Saini, A. , Toms, C.  et al., Curtin. (2014) Dynamic changes in DNA methylation status in peripheral blood mononuclear cells following an acute bout of exercise: potential impact of exercise-induced elevations in interleukin-6 concentration. Journal of Biological Regulators and Homeostatic Agents 2014; 28(3):407-17.

Thomson, O.P., Petty N.J., Moore, A.P. Clinical decision-making and therapeutic approaches in osteopathy – a qualitative grounded theory study. Manual Therapy 2014; 19(1):44-51.

Thomson O.P., N.J., Petty and A.P. Moore. A qualitative grounded theory study of the conceptions of clinical practice in osteopathy- a continuum from technical rationality to professional artistry. Manual Therapy 2014; 19 (1): 37–43

Thomson, O.P., Petty,  N.J., Moore, A.P. Diagnostic reasoning in osteopathy – a qualitative study. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 2014; 17 (2): 83–93

Thomson O.P., Petty,  N.J., Scholes, J. Re-grounding osteopathic research – Introducing grounded theory. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 2014; 17: 167 -196

Thomson,  O.P., Petty N.J., Moore., A.P. Osteopaths’ professional views, identities and conceptions – a qualitative grounded theory study. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine 2014; 17( 3): 146–159

Branford, O., Grobbelaar, A.O., Rolfe, K.J. The growth factors involved in flexor tendon repair and adhesion formation. J Hand Surg (Eur). 2014; 39(1):60-70

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