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Christoffer Højnicke Andersen

Christoffer Højnicke Andersen

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cha@nfa.dk

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Publikationer
2014

Effect of scapular function training on chronic pain in the neck/shoulder region: a randomized controlled trial

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2014

Is Borg's perceived exertion scale a useful indicator of muscular and cardiovascular load in blue-collar workers with lifting tasks? A cross-sectional workplace study

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2014

Effectiveness of hamstring knee rehabilitation exercise performed in training machine vs. elastic resistance: Electromyography evaluation study

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2014

Effect of training supervision on effectiveness of strength training for reducing neck/shoulder pain and headache in office workers: cluster randomized controlled trial

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2014

Effect of two contrasting interventions on upper limb chronic pain and disability: a randomized controlled trial

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2014

High-intensity strength training improves function of chronically painful muscles: case-control and RCT studies

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2014

Time-wise change in neck pain in response to rehabilitation with specific resistance training: implications for exercise prescription

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2014

Evaluation of elastic bands for lower extremity resistance training in adults with and without musculo-skeletal pain

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2013

Dose-response of strengthening exercise for treatment of severe neck pain in women

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2013

Effects of kettlebell training on postural coordination and jump performance: A randomized controlled trial

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