For a complete list of publications see:
Zacharias A, Green RA, Semciw A, English DJ, Kapakoulakis T and Pizzari T (2018) Atrophy of hip abductor muscles is related to clinical severity in a hip osteoarthritis population, Clinical Anatomy, 31: 507-513.
Rathi S, Taylor NF, Soo B and Green RA (2018) Glenohumeral joint translation and muscle activity in patients with symptomatic rotator cuff pathology: An ultrasonographic and electromyographic study with age-matched controls, Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, doi: 10.1016/j.jsams.2018.02.007.
Hughes DL, Whitburn LY, Zacharias A Byrne G and Green RA (2017) The relationship between student engagement with online content and achievement in a blended learning anatomy course, Anatomical Sciences Education, doi: 10.1002/ase.1761.
Rathi S, Taylor NF and Green RA (2017) The upper and lower segments of subscapularis muscle have different roles in glenohumeral joint functioning, Journal of Biomechanics, 63: 92–97.
Rathi S, Taylor NF and Green RA (2016) The effect of in vivo rotator cuff muscle contraction on glenohumeral joint translation: an ultrasonographic and electromyographic study, Journal of Biomechanics, 49(16): 3840-3847.
Rathi S, Taylor NF, Gee J and Green RA (2016) Measurement of glenohumeral joint translation using real-time ultrasound imaging: A physiotherapist and sonographer intra-rater and inter-rater reliability study, Manual Therapy, 26: 110-116.
Zacharias A, Pizzari T, English DJ, Kapakoulakis T and Green RA (2016) Hip abductor muscle volume in hip osteoarthritis and matched controls, Osteoarthritis Cartilage, doi: 10.1016/j.joca.2016.05.002.
Marshall AR, de Noronha M, Zacharias A, Kapakoulakis T and Green R (2015) Structure and function of the abductors in patients with hip osteoarthritis: systematic review and meta-analysis, J Back and Musculoskel Rehab., doi: 10.3233/BMR-150614.
Semciw AI, Green RA and Pizzari T (2015) Gluteal muscle function and size in swimmers, J Sci Med Sport, doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2015.06.004.
Rathi S, Zacharias A and Green RA (2015) Verification of a standardized method for inserting intramuscular electromyography electrodes into teres minor using ultrasound, Clin Anatom., 28(6): 780-85.
Hughes P, Taylor NF and Green RA (2015) Identifying shoulder testing positions and movements that isolate infraspinatus from supraspinatus, Phys Therapy Rev, 20(2): 73-85.
Zacharias A, Green RA, Semciw AI, Kingsley M and Pizzari T (2014) Efficacy of rehabilitation programs for improving muscle strength in people with hip or knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review with meta-analysis, Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, 22(11): 1752-73.
Sangwan S, Green RA and Taylor NF (2014) Stabilizing characteristics of rotator cuff muscles: a systematic review, Disab and Rehab., 37(12): 1033-43.
Sangwan S, Green RA and Taylor NF (2014) Characteristics of stabilizer muscles: a systematic review, Physio Canada, 66(4): 348-58.
Semciw AI, Green RA, Murley GS and Pizzari T (2013) Gluteus minimus: an intramuscular EMG investigation of anterior and posterior segments during gait, Gait & Posture, 39(2): 822-26.
Hughes PC, Green RA and Taylor NF (2013) Isolation of infraspinatus in clinical test positions, J Sci and Med in Sport, 17(3): 256-60.
Semciw AI, Pizzari T, Murley GS and Green RA (2013) Gluteus medius: an intramuscular EMG investigation of anterior, middle and posterior segments during gait, J Electromyography Kinesiol., 23(4): 858-64.
Semciw AI, Pizzari T and Green RA (2013) Technical application and the level of discomfort associated with an intramuscular electromyographic investigation into gluteus minimus and gluteus medius, Gait Posture, 38(1): 157-60.
Green RA, Taylor NF, Watson L and Ardern C (2013) Altered scapula position in elite young cricketers with shoulder problems, J Sci Med Sport, 16(1): 22-27.
Semciw AI, Green RA, Pizzari T and Briggs CA (2013) Verification of a standardized method for inserting intramuscular EMG electrodes into uniquely oriented segments of gluteus minimus and gluteus medius, Clin Anat., 26: 244-52.
Day A, Taylor NF and Green RA (2012) The stabilising role of the rotator cuff at the shoulder - responses to external perturbations, Clin Biomech., 27(6): 551-56.
Hughes PC, Green RA and Taylor NF (2012) Measurement of subacromial impingement of the rotator cuff, J Science Med Sport, 15(1): 2-7.