Britta  Ischebeck

contact

  • bkischebeck@sjcn.nl
  • Room: Ee-177
  • Dr. Molewaterplein 40, Faculty Building, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Britta Ischebeck (B.K.)

  • Phd Student
  • Erasmus MC

Publications

1. The influence of cervical movement on eye stabilization reflexes: a randomized trial.

Ischebeck BK, de Vries J, van Wingerden JP, Kleinrensink GJ, Frens MA, van der Geest JN
in Experimental brain research 2017

2. Eye stabilization reflexes in traumatic and non-traumatic chronic neck pain patients.

Ischebeck BK, de Vries J, Janssen M, van Wingerden JP, Kleinrensink GJ, van der Geest JN, Frens MA
in Musculoskeletal science & practice 2017

3. Cervico-ocular Reflex Is Increased in People With Nonspecific Neck Pain.

de Vries J, Ischebeck BK, Voogt LP, Janssen M, Frens MA, Kleinrensink GJ, van der Geest JN
in Physical therapy 2016

4. Author response

de Vries, J., Ischebeck, B. K., Voogt, L. P., Janssen, M., Frens, M. A., Kleinrensink, G. J. and van der Geest, J. N.
in Physical Therapy 2016

5. Smooth Pursuit Eye Movement Deficits in Patients With Whiplash and Neck Pain are Modulated by Target Predictability.

Janssen M, Ischebeck BK, de Vries J, Kleinrensink GJ, Frens MA, van der Geest JN
in Spine 2015

6. Joint position sense error in people with neck pain: A systematic review.

de Vries J, Ischebeck BK, Voogt LP, van der Geest JN, Janssen M, Frens MA, Kleinrensink GJ
in Manual therapy 2015

7. Small effects of neck torsion on healthy human voluntary eye movements.

Janssen M, de Vries J, Ischebeck BK, Frens MA, van der Geest JN
in European journal of applied physiology 2013
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