Department of Training Medicine and Training Physiology, Personnel Command, Royal Netherlands Army, PO Box 90004, 3509 AA Utrecht, The Netherlands. email@example.com
Note: this information is from 2010 and may not be completely up to date. Information is taken from the most recent article we have where Helmhout PH is the first author. Also, it is possible for multiple authors named Helmhout PH to have articles in the CIRRIE database.
Helmhout PH has been an author on 6 articles in the CIRRIE database. The 5 most recent are:
Helmhout PH, Staal JB, Heymans MW, Harts CC, et al. (2010). Prognostic factors for perceived recovery or functional improvement in non-specific low back pain: secondary analyses of three randomized clinical trials. European Spine Journal 19(4):650-9.
Helmhout PH, Staal JB, Maher CG, Petersen T, et al. (2008). Exercise therapy and low back pain: insights and proposals to improve the design, conduct, and reporting of clinical trials. Spine 33(16):1782-8.
Helmhout PH, Harts CC, Viechtbauer W, Staal JB, et al. (2008). Isolated lumbar extensor strengthening versus regular physical therapy in an army working population with nonacute low back pain: a randomized controlled trial. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 89(9):1675-85.
Harts CC, Helmhout PH, de Bie RA, Staal JB. (2008). A high-intensity lumbar extensor strengthening program is little better than a low-intensity program or a waiting list control group for chronic low back pain: a randomised clinical trial. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 54(1):23-31.
Helmhout PH, Harts CC, Staal JB, de Bie RA. (2004). Rationale and design of a multicenter randomized controlled trial on a 'minimal intervention' in Dutch army personnel with nonspecific low back pain [ISRCTN19334317]. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 5(1):40.
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