Musculoskeletal Sonography and Occupational Performance
Research conducted in the Musculoskeletal Sonography and Occupational Performance Laboratory led by Shawn C. Roll is focused on the prevention, assessment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries with a focus on the use of musculoskeletal sonographic imaging. The laboratory explores the interactions among environmental, activity and psychosocial factors, as well as their positive and negative effects on body structures, functions and occupational performance. This research, conducted in laboratory, clinical and community-based settings, is meant to inform and enhance preventive and rehabilitative interventions.
- Identifying Risk of Musculoskeletal Injury in Dental Hygiene Practice (Principal Investigator: Shawn Roll)
- Sonographic Tissue Morphology in Early Stage Work-Related Median Nerve Pathology (Principal Investigator: Shawn Roll)
- Effects of Mind-Body Interventions on Stress, Anxiety, and Pain in Hand Therapy Patients (Principal Investigator: Shawn Roll)
- Integrating Electromyography and Sonographic Imaging for Evidence-Based Physical Therapy for Chronic Pelvic Pain (Co-Principal Investigator: Shawn Roll)
- An Experimental Investigation into Staging CTS Utilizing Portable Ultrasound and Doppler as a Diagnostic Alternative (Sub-contract Principal Investigator: Shawn Roll)
- Can pictures prevent carpal tunnel syndrome? / USC News