School of Health, Sport and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Salford, Salford, UK. email@example.com
Note: this information is from 2011 and may not be completely up to date. Information is taken from the most recent article we have where Tyson SF is the first author. Also, it is possible for multiple authors named Tyson SF to have articles in the CIRRIE database.
Tyson SF has been an author on 25 articles in the CIRRIE database. The 5 most recent are:
Tyson SF, Kent RM. (2011). The effect of upper limb orthotics after stroke: a systematic review. NeuroRehabilitation 28(1):29-36.
Tyson SF, Connell L, Busse M, Lennon S. (2009). What do acute stroke physiotherapists do to treat postural control and mobility? An exploration of the content of therapy in the UK. Clinical Rehabilitation 23(11):1051-5.
Busse M, Tyson SF. (2009). How many body locations need to be tested when assessing sensation after stroke? An investigation of redundancy in the Rivermead Assessment of Somatosensory Performance. Clinical Rehabilitation 23(1):91-5.
Tyson SF, Connell LA, Busse ME, Lennon S. (2009). What is Bobath? A survey of UK stroke physiotherapists' perceptions of the content of the Bobath concept to treat postural control and mobility problems after stroke. Disability and Rehabilitation 31(6):448-57.
Tyson SF, Connell LA. (2009). How to measure balance in clinical practice A systematic review of the psychometrics and clinical utility of measures of balance activity for neurological conditions. Clinical Rehabilitation 23(9):824-40.
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