Julie R. Steele


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Exercise bra discomfort is associated with insufficient exercise levels among Australian women treated for breast cancer
Gho, Sheridan, Munro, Bridget, Jones, Sandra C. and Steele, Julie. (2014). Exercise bra discomfort is associated with insufficient exercise levels among Australian women treated for breast cancer. Supportive Care in Cancer. 22(3), pp. 721 - 729. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-013-2027-9

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Perceived exercise barriers explain exercise participation in Australian women treated for breast cancer better than perceived benefits
Gho, Sheridan, Munro, Bridget, Jones, Sandra and Steele, Julie. (2014). Perceived exercise barriers explain exercise participation in Australian women treated for breast cancer better than perceived benefits. Physical Therapy. 94(12), pp. 1765 - 1774. https://doi.org/10.2522/ptj.20130473

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Exercise bra discomfort is associated with insufficient exercise levels among Australian women treated for breast cancer
Gho, Sheridan, Munro, Bridget, Jones, Sandra and Steele, Julie. (2014). Exercise bra discomfort is associated with insufficient exercise levels among Australian women treated for breast cancer. Supportive Care in Cancer. 22, pp. 721 - 729. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-013-2027-9

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Evidence-based recommendations for building better bras for women treated for breast cancer
Gho, Sheridan A., Munro, Bridget J., Jones, Sandra Carol and Steele, Julie R.. (2014). Evidence-based recommendations for building better bras for women treated for breast cancer. Ergonomics. 57(5), pp. 774 - 786. https://doi.org/10.1080/00140139.2014.897377

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Hamstring antagonist torque generated in vivo following ACL rupture and ACL reconstruction
Bryant, Adam, Creaby, Mark William, Newton, Robert and Steele, Julie. (2010). Hamstring antagonist torque generated in vivo following ACL rupture and ACL reconstruction. The Knee. 17(4), pp. 287 - 290. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.knee.2010.02.004

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Dynamic restraint capacity of the hamstring muscles has important functional implications after anterior cruciate ligament injury and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
Bryant, Adam L., Creaby, Mark William, Newton, Robert U. and Steele, Julie R.. (2008). Dynamic restraint capacity of the hamstring muscles has important functional implications after anterior cruciate ligament injury and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 89(12), pp. 2324 - 2331. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2008.04.027

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