Sue Reid

Sue Reid

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist,

Sue Reid

Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist,
Member of the Mulligan Concept Teachers Association (Honorary)

Qualifications
Sue is a senior lecturer in musculoskeletal physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University in North Sydney where she teaches undergraduate Physiotherapy students. In the past she has taught anatomy to Physiotherapy and Medical students.

Experience
She is a Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, a certified Mulligan practitioner and member of the Mulligan Concept Teachers Association (Honorary) with post graduate training in the Mulligan Concept, and also has post-graduate training in the Maitland and McKenzie physiotherapy methods.

Sue has completed her PhD and a research masters on the identification and treatment of people with cervicogenic dizziness and pain. This has also involved the diagnosis and treatment of dizziness from other causes such as the vestibular system and vertebral artery. She is currently doing research on the assessment and management of people with ongoing sports related concussion symptoms. Her other research topics are ‘Text Neck’, proprioceptive and balance disturbances in people with neck pain, and neurodynamic testing in the upper limb. She has published in international journals, written a textbook chapter and presented and run workshops at many international conferences such as WCPT, IFOMT and the International Mulligan Conferences. Her clinical interests are the treatment of neck pain, dizziness, headaches, concussion and TMJ problems.

Publications by Sue Reid

Book Chapter
Reid Susan, Rivett Darren Anthony, ‘A diagnostic dilemma of dizziness’, In Vicenzino, B., Hing, W., Rivett, D.A. and Hall, T. (2011) Mobilisation with movement: The art and the science, Elsevier Australia, Chatswood, NSW, 114-122.
Journal publications

Reid SA & Rivett DA. (2005) Manual therapy treatment of cervicogenic dizziness: a systematic review. Manual Therapy, 10:4-13.
Reid SA, Rivett DA, Katekar MG & Callister R. (2008) Sustained natural apophyseal glides (SNAGs) are an effective treatment for cervicogenic dizziness. Manual Therapy, 13:357–366.
Reid SA, Rivett DA, Katekar MG & Callister R. (2012) Efficacy of manual therapy treatments for people with cervicogenic dizziness and pain: protocol of a randomised controlled trial. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 13:201-208.
Reid SA, Rivett DA, Katekar M & Callister R. (2014) Comparison of Mulligan Sustained Natural Apophyseal Glides and Maitland Mobilizations for Treatment of Cervicogenic Dizziness: a Randomized Controlled Trial. Physical Therapy, 94:466-476.
Reid SA, Rivett DA, Katekar M & Callister R. (2014) The Effects of Cervical Spine Manual Therapy on Cervical Range of Motion, Head Repositioning and Balance in Participants with Cervicogenic Dizziness: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 95:1603-12.
Reid SA, Callister R, Snodgrass SG, Katekar MG & Rivett RA. (2015) Manual therapy treatment of cervicogenic dizziness: long-term outcomes of a randomised controlled trial. Manual Therapy, 20:148-156.
Reid SA, Callister R, Katekar MG, Treleaven JM. (2017) Utility of a brief assessment tool developed from the Dizziness Handicap Inventory to screen for Cervicogenic dizziness: A case control study. Musc Science and Practice, 30: 42-48
Reid SA. (2017)Neck Dizziness. Phone App on Android and Apple

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