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Peer-Review Research Presentations:

1. Long A, Donelson R, Fung T, Spratt K: Acute or Chronic Back Pain or Sciatica with Neural Deficit: is Differentiation Always Necessary? North American Spine Society annual meeting, Austin, TX, October 2007.

2. Long A, Donelson R, Fung T: Does it Matter Which Exercise? A Randomized Controlled Trial of Exercise for Low Back Pain. North American Spine Society annual meeting, Chicago, IL, October, 2004.

3. Long A, Donelson R, Fung T: Does it matter which exercise? A Randomized Controlled Trial of Exercise for Low Back Pain. The World Conference for Family Doctors. Orlando, FL, October, 2004.

4. Long A, Donelson R, Fung T: Does it Matter Which Exercise? A Randomized Controlled Trial of Exercise for Low Back Pain. The International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Porto, Portugal, June 2004.

5. Long A, Donelson R, Fung T: Does it Matter Which Exercise? A Randomized Controlled Trial of Exercise for Low Back Pain. International Forum for Primary Care Research in Low Back Pain, Linkoping, Sweden, May 2003.

6. Uderman B, Tillotson J, Donelson R, Mayer J, Graves J. Can an Educational Booklet Change Behavior and Pain in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients? in International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine. Adelaide, Australia, 2000.

7. Donelson R, Grant W, Kamps C, Richman P: Cervical and Referred Pain Response to Repeated End-Range Testing: a Prospective, Randomized Trial. North American Spine Society, New York, NY, September 24, 1997.

8. Trief P, Donelson R, Grant W, Rath W: Predicting Outcome Using Functional Status Measures, International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Burlington, Vermont, June 17, 1996.

9. Donelson R, Aprill CA, Medcalf R, Grant W: A Prospective Study of Centralization of Lumbar and Referred Pain: A Predictor of Symptomatic Discs and Anular Competence. International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Burlington, Vermont, June 16, 1996.

10. Donelson R, Aprill CA, Medcalf R, Grant W: A Prospective Study of Centralization of Lumbar and Referred Pain: A Predictor of Symptomatic Discs and Anular Competence. Alumni Day of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Syracuse, NY June 14, 1996.

11. Medcalf R, Aprill CA, Donelson R, Grant W, Incorvaia C: Discographic Outcomes Predicted by Centralization and Directional Preference – A Prospective, Blinded Study; International Interdisciplinary Congress on Low Back Pain, La Jolla, CA, November, 1995.

12. Medcalf R, Aprill CA, Donelson R, Grant W, Incorvaia C: Discographic Outcomes Predicted by Centralization and Directional Preference – A Prospective, Blinded Study; Annual meeting of the North American Spine Society, Washington, D.C., October 19, 1995.

13. Aprill C, Medcalf R, Donelson R, Grant W, Incorvaia C: Discographic Outcomes Predicted by Centralization and Directional Preference – A Prospective, Blinded Study; Second Educational Update of the McKenzie Institute, U.S.A., Minneapolis, MN, July 16, 1995.

14. Aprill C, Medcalf R, Donelson R, Grant W, Incorvaia C: Discographic Outcomes Predicted by Centralization and Directional Preference – A Prospective, Blinded Study; Annual meeting of the International Intradiscal Therapy Society, San Diego, CA, March 16-18, 1995.

15. Wetzel FT, Poole R, Lahey DM, Robbins R, Donelson RG: Degenerative Disc Disease Algorithm. Keystone Spine Conference, Keystone, Colorado, January 1994.

16. Discographic Outcomes Predicted by Centralization and Directional Preference – A Prospective, Blinded Study, American Back Society, Los Angeles, CA, December 1, 1994.

17. Donelson R, Grant W, Kamps C, Richman P: Clinical Analysis of Symptom Response to Sagittal End-Range Cervical Test Movements. Cervical Spine Research Society, New York, NY, December 2-4, 1993.

18. Donelson R, Grant W, Kamps C, Richman P: Clinical Analysis of Symptom Response to Sagittal End-Range Cervical Test Movements. Third International McKenzie Conference, Toronto, Canada, September, 1993.

19. Donelson R, Ordway N, Seymour R, Hojnowski L: A Radiographic, Analysis of Segmental Range of Motion in Sagittal Head/Neck Positioning. Third International McKenzie Conference, Toronto, Canada, September, 1993.

20. Ordway NR,Edwards WT, Donelson RG, Bosco M: The Effect of Head Position on 3-D Analysis of Cervical Motion. ASTM Symposium on Head and Neck Injuries in Sports, Atlanta, GA, May 1993.

21. Rosenbaum A, Yu S, Yuan H, Fredrickson B, Donelson R, Manzione J, Szeverenyi N: MR Discography Challenging the Gold Standard of CT Discography. Read by title at the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Chicago, May 1992.

22. Donelson R, Grant W, et.al.: Pain Response to End-Range Spinal Motion in the Frontal Plane: A Multi-Centered, Prospective Trial. Presented at the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Heidelberg, Germany, May 1991.

23. Donelson R, Grant W, et.al.: Pain Response to Sagittal End-Range Spinal Motion: A Multi-Centered, Prospective, Randomized Trial. Presented at Federation of Spine Associations annual meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 1991.

24. Donelson R, Grant W, et.al.: Pain Response to Sagittal End-Range Spinal Motion: A Multi-Centered, Prospective, Randomized Trial. Presented at annual meeting of the North American Spine Society, Monterey, California, August 1990.

25. Donelson R, Rath W: Analysis and Significance of Acute Lumbar Scoliosis in Low Back Pain Patients. Read by title at the annual meeting of The International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Rome, Italy 1987.

26. Fredrickson B, Murphy K, Donelson R, Yuan H: McKenzie Treatment of Low Back Pain, A Correlation of Significant Factors: in Determining Prognosis. Presented at the annual meeting of The International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Dallas, Texas, 1986.

27. Donelson R, Silva G, Murphy K: Centralization Phenomenon: Its Usefulness in Evaluating and Treating Sciatica. Presented at the annual meeting of The International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Dallas, Texas, 1986.

Poster Presentations:

1. Long A, Donelson R, Spratt K, Fung T: Acute or Chronic Back Pain or Sciatica with Neural Deficit: is Differentiation Always Necessary? International Society of the Study of the Lumbar Spine. Hong Kong, China, June 2007.

2. Long A, Donelson R, Fung T: Do acute and chronic and common low back pain and sciatica have more important similarities than differences? International Society of the Study of the Lumbar Spine. New York City, NY, May 2005.

3. Donelson R: Evidence for Non-Sciatica Disc-Related and Non-Disc Low Back Pain Subgroups. At the Sixth International Forum for Primary Care Research in Low Back Pain in Linkoping, Sweden, May, 2003.

4. Donelson, R: Do Meaningful Low Back Pain Subgroups Exist and How Can They be Identified? At the McKenzie Institute North American Conference, Tucson, Arizona, August 2002.

5. Donelson, R: Do Meaningful Low Back Pain Subgroups Exist and How Can They be Identified? At the Fifth International Forum for Primary Care Research in Low Back Pain in Montreal, Quebec, May, 2002.

6. Udermann B, Spratt K, Donelson R, Tillotson J, Mayer J, Graves J. Can an Educational Booklet Change Behavior and Pain in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients? at the Seventh McKenzie Institute International Conference, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, August 2001.

7. Udermann B, Spratt K, Donelson R, Tillotson J, Mayer J, Graves J. Can an Educational Booklet Change Behavior and Pain in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients? at the annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Edinburgh, Scotland, June 2001.

8. Donelson R, Plante D, Likosky DS, Orgren R, Lindstrom U: The Low Back Pain Experience: A Natural History Survey. The Dartmouth/Northern New England Primary Care Cooperative Research Network annual meeting, The Balsams, NH, January, 2001.

9. Aprill C, Medcalf R, Donelson R, Grant W, Incorvaia K: Discographic Outcomes Predicted by the Centralization of Pain and “Directional Preference”: A Prospective, Blinded Study. Ninth Annual Charles R.

10. Ross, Ph.D. Research Poster Session, State University of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse, December 6-7, 1995.

11. Aprill C, Medcalf R, Donelson R, Grant W, Incorvaia K: Discographic Outcomes Predicted by the Centralization of Pain and “Directional Preference”: A Prospective, Blinded Study. Second McKenzie Institute, U.S.A. Educational Update, Minneapolis, MN, July 15-16, 1995.

12. Aprill C, Medcalf R, Donelson R, Grant W, Incorvaia K: Discographic Outcomes Predicted by the Centralization of Pain and “Directional Preference”: A Prospective, Blinded Study. Annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Helsinki, Finland, June 1995.

13. Donelson R, Ordway N, Seymour R, Hojnowski L: A Radiographic, Analysis of Segmental Range of Motion in Sagittal Head/Neck Positioning. World Congress of Physical Therapy, Washington, D.C. June 1995.

14. Donelson R, Ordway N, Seymour R, Hojnowski L: A Radiographic, Analysis of Segmental Range of Motion in Sagittal Head/Neck Positioning. North American Spine Society, Minneapolis, MN, October 1994.

15. Donelson R, Ordway N, Seymour R, Hojnowski L: A Radiographic, Analysis of Segmental Range of Motion in Sagittal Head/Neck Positioning. Annual Alumni Day, Department of Orthopedic Surgery, SUNY at Syracuse, NY, June 1994.

16. Yu FS, Rosenbaum AE, Zhang J, Fredrickson BE, Donelson RG: The Role of Enhanced MRI in Diagnosing Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease. Combined meeting of North American Spine and Japanese Spine Research Societies, Maui, Hawaii, April 1994.

17. Donelson R, Ordway N, Seymour R, Hojnowski L: A Radiographic, Analysis of Segmental Range of Motion in Sagittal Head/Neck Positioning. Cervical Spine Research Society annual meeting, New York, NY, December 2-4, 1993.

18. Donelson R, Grant W, et.al.: Pain Response to End-Range Spinal Motion in the Frontal Plane: A Multi- Centered, Prospective Trial. Annual meeting of the North American Spine Society, Keystone, Colorado, August 1991.

19. Donelson R, Grant W, et.al.: Pain Response to Sagittal End-Range Spinal Motion: A Multi-Centered, Prospective, Randomized Trial. Poster Day, SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse, November 1990.

20. Donelson R, Grant W, et.al.: Pain Response to Sagittal End-Range Spinal Motion: A Multi-Centered, Prospective, Randomized Trial. International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Boston, MA, June, 1990.

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