‘Connecting patients with their own anatomy to improve clinical outcomes for back and neck pain’

Jerome Fryer BSc DC


Title 1–6 Cited by Year
Magnetic resonance imaging and stadiometric assessment of the lumbar discs after sitting and chair-care decompression exercise: a pilot study
JCJ Fryer, JA Quon, FW Smith
The Spine Journal 10 (4), 297-305
14 2010
Real-time Visualization of Joint Cavitation
G Kawchuk, J Fryer, J Jaremko, L Rowe, R Thompson
13 2015
Preliminary investigation into a seated unloading movement strategy for the lumbar spine: a pilot study
J Fryer, W Zhang
Journal of bodywork and movement therapies 14 (2), 119-126
5 2010
Is a purpose of REM sleep atonia to help regenerate intervertebral disc volumetric loss?
JCJ Fryer
Journal of circadian rhythms 7 (1), 1
2 2009
Hypnic Reflex: A Spinal Perspective
JCJ Fryer
Journal of Sleep Disorders and Therapy 3 (177)
1 2014
A proposed in vitro model for investigating the mechanisms of ‘joint cracking’: a short report of preliminary techniques and observations
JCJ Fryer, J Quon, R Vann
Journal of The Canadian Chiropractic Association 61 (1), 32-39