PROF JILL COOK

Prof Jill Cook – Curriculum Vitae

Jill Cook is a clinician researcher with 30 years experience in researching and treating lower limb tendinopathy.

Professional Address
La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre (LASEM)
La Trobe University Australia, Melbourne
Plenty Rd & Kingsbury Dr, Bundoora
Victoria 3086, Australia
Current Appointments
• Professor (research), La Trobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre, La Trobe University
• NHMRC practitioner fellow 2014-2019
• Deputy director Australian Collaboration of Research Injury in Sport and its Prevention (ACRISP)
Research Awards
• Finalist. Department of Sport and Recreation research award. 2000 & 2001.
• Winner. Department of Sport and Recreation research award. 2001
Conference Awards
• Student Ebonie Rio – Best conference paper. International Scientific Tendon Symposium (2014)
• Student Ebonie Rio – Best clinical sports medicine paper. Sports Medicine Australia National conference (2013)
• Student Ebonie Rio – Best presentation. Pain conference, Adelaide (2013)
• Student Ebonie Rio – Best clinical paper. Sports Medicine Australia National conference (2013)
• Student Lachlan Giles – Best clinical poster. Sports Medicine Australia National conference (2013)
• Student Sean Docking – Best poster award. International tendinopathy scientific conference (2012)
• Student Angela Fearon – Women in Sport award. Sports Medicine Australia National conference (2010)
• Student Carolyn Taylor – New investigator best paper lower limb. Sports Medicine Australia National conference (2009)
• Student Damien Irving – Young Investigator award Best paper – clinical conditions. Sports Medicine Australia National conference (2006)
• Student Ebonie Scase – Young investigator award Best paper – injury prevention. Sports Medicine Australia National Conference (2004)
• Student Mark Young – Best paper- Lower limb. Sports Medicine Australia National Conference (2003)
• Student Jenny Black – Runner up, Young Investigator Award. Sports Medicine Australia National Conference (2002)

• Best paper International Scientific Tendon Symposium 2016
• Best paper lower limb. Sports Medicine Australia National conference (2010)
• Asics medal for best conference paper. Sports Medicine Australia conference (2008)
• Finalist – Best paper lower limb. Sports Medicine Australia National conference (2005)
• Best paper lower limb. Sports Medicine Australia conference (2002)
• Short-listed – Best Clinical Paper. Fifth World Conference of Sports Science, Sydney (1999)
• Best clinical paper. Sports Medicine Australia conference, Canberra (1996)
Other Awards
• Australian Sports Medal 2000
• Sports Physiotherapy Research Award 2000
• Post graduate genomics scholarship Griffith University 1999
• Award of Merit, Basketball Australia 1998
Membership of Professional Associations
• Australian Physiotherapy Association 1983 – 2008, 2014-present
• Sports Medicine Australia 1985 -present
• Sports Physiotherapy Australia 1985 – 2008
Editorial Board/Review Contributions
Editorial boards:
• Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2004-present
• British Journal of Sports Medicine 2006
• Physical Therapy in Sport, 2003 – 2005

Deputy Editor of International Peer-Review Journal
• British Journal of Sports Medicine 2008-2015

Assistant Editor (Clinical) of International Peer-Review Journal
• Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2005-2007

Guest editor of International Peer-Review Journal
• British Journal of Sports Medicine, Tendon issue 2007, 2009, 2010
Conference Committee Membership/Organisation
Conference chair
• Australian Conference of Science and Medicine in Sport. Melbourne 2005, Fiji 2006, Adelaide 2007, Hamilton Island 2008, Brisbane 2009, Port Douglas 2010.
Organising committee
• Australian Physiotherapy Association National Conference, Melbourne, 2006.
• Faculty of Health Sciences La Trobe University Conference, Melbourne, 2003
Scientific committee
• Sports Medicine Australia Conference, Melbourne, 2002 & 2009

Current and Previous Research Funding
• Cook J, Rio E, Docking S, Padua D, Edwards, S. Understanding Tendinopathy. National Basketball Association (NBA) / GE Healthcare. 2017-2020. ($300,000)
• Cook J. Improving clinical understanding and management of tendinopathy. NHMRC practitioner fellowship. 2014-2019. ($464,767)
• Finch CF, Cook J, McCrory, Macintosh. Australian Centre for Research into Injury and its Prevention. International Olympic Committee. 2009, 2014. ($400,000).
• Finch CF, Gabbe, Lloyd, Cook J. Towards a national sports safety strategy – addressing facilitators and barriers towards safety guideline uptake. NHMRC Partnership grant. 2012. ($1,569,298).
• Koutouris A, Bass S, Cook J. Intrinsic risk factors for pars interarticularis stress fractures in fast bowlers. Australian Cricket Board. 2008. ($27,000).
• Cook J, Pizzari T, Schache A, Bacquie P, Connell D. Soft tissue injury database. AFL research board. 2015. (20,000).
• Docking S, Cook J, Orchard J. The morbidity of tendon injuries in Australian football. AFL research board. 2016. (26,000).
• Jones G, Rogers J, Winzenberg T, Cook J. Clinical and metabolic factors and imaging abnormalities in chronic plantar heel pain. Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation. (2016). ($23,000).
• Ganderton C, Pizzari T, Semciw A, Cook J. Greater trochanteric hip pain. Arthritis Australia. 2016. (15,000).
• Ganderton C, Pizzari T, Semciw A, Cook J. Greater trochanteric hip pain. Physiotherapy Research board. 2015. (11,000).
• Frawley H, Kuan-Yin Lin, Dakic J, Cook J. Understanding incontinence. Physiotherapy Research board. 2018. ($10,000).
• Frawley H, Kuan-Yin Lin, Dakic J, Cook J. Understanding incontinence. Bladder Foundation. 2018. ($20,000).

Publications
Peer-reviewed papers
1. Bedi, H. S., Jowett, C., Ristanis, S., Docking, S., and Cook, J. (2016). “Plantaris Excision and Ventral Paratendinous Scraping for Achilles Tendinopathy in an Athletic Population.” Foot & Ankle International 37(4): 386-393. doi:10.1177/1071100715619989
2. Chen, S.M., Lo, S.K., & Cook, J. (2017). The effect of rigid taping with tension on mechanical displacement of the skin and change in pain perception. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 21(4), 410-415.
3. Cook, J. (2018). Ten treatments to avoid in patients with lower limb tendon pain. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 52(14), 882.
4. Cook, J. and S. Docking (2015). ““Rehabilitation will increase the ‘capacity’ of your …insert musculoskeletal tissue here….” Defining ‘tissue capacity’: a core concept for clinicians.” British Journal of Sports Medicine 49 (23) 1484-1485
5. Cook, J. and C. Purdam (2014). “The challenge of managing tendinopathy in athletes in the competing season.” BJSM 48(7): 506-509.
6. Cook, J.L., Rio, E., Purdam, C.R., and Docking, S.I. (2016). “Revisiting the continuum model of tendon pathology: what is its merit in clinical practice and research?” British Journal of Sports Medicine 50(19): 1187-1191.
7. Cook, J.L., Rio, E., Purdam, C.R., Girdwood, M., Ortega-Cebrian, S., and Docking, S.I. (2017). “El continuum de la patología de tendón: concepto actual e implicaciones clínicas.” Apunts. Medicina de l’Esport 52(194): 61-69.
8. Cook, J., & Screen, H. (2018). Tendon pathology: Have we missed the first step in the development of pathology? Journal of Applied Physiology. https://doi.org/10.1152/japplphysiol.00002.2018
9. Cook, J., Stasinopoulos, D., & Brismée, J. (2018). Insertional and mid-substance Achilles tendinopathies: Eccentric training is not for everyone – updated evidence of non-surgical management. Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy, 26(3), 119-122.
10. Culvenor, A., Collins, N., Guermazi, A., Cook, J., Vicenzino, B., Khan, K., Beck, N., van Leeuwen, J., and Crossley, K. (2014). “Early knee osteoarthritis is evident one year following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: A magnetic resonance imaging evaluation.” Arthritis & Rheumatism 67(4): 946-955.
11. Culvenor, A.G., Schache, A.G., Vicenzino, B., Pandy, M., Collins, N.J., Cook, J.L., and Crossley, K.M. (2014). “Are knee biomechanics different in those with and without patellofemoral osteoarthritis after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction?” Arthritis Care & Research 66(10): 1566-1570.
12. Culvenor, A. G., Collins, N. J., Guermazi, A., Cook, J.L., Vicenzino, B., Khan, K.M., Beck, N., van Leeuwen, J., and Crossley, K.M. (2015). “Early Knee Osteoarthritis Is Evident One Year Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Magnetic Resonance Imaging Evaluation.” Arthritis & Rheumatology 67(4): 946-955.
13. Culvenor, A. G., Collins, N. J., Guermazi, A., Cook, J. L. Vicenzino, B., Whitehead, T. S., Morris, H. G., and Crossley, K.M. (2016). “Early Patellofemoral Osteoarthritis Features One Year After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: Symptoms and Quality of Life at Three Years.” Arthritis Care & Research 68(6): 784-792.
14. Culvenor, A.G., Collins, N.J., Vicenzino, B., Cook, J. L., Whitehead, T. S., Morris H. G., and Crossley, K. M. (2016). “Predictors and effects of patellofemoral pain following hamstring-tendon ACL reconstruction.” Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 19: 518–523.
15. Culvenor, A. G., Collins, N. J., Vicenzino, B., Cook, J.L., Whitehead, T. S., Morris H.G., and Crossley, K.M. (2016). “Predictors and effects of patellofemoral pain following hamstring-tendon ACL reconstruction.” Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 19(7): 518-523.
16. Docking, S. and Cook, J. (2015). “Clinical tests and the diagnostic dartboard: Is the bullseye a correct pathoanatomical diagnosis or to guide the most appropriate treatment?” BJSM 50: 959-960.
17. Docking, S., Cook, J., and Rio, E. (2016). “The diagnostic dartboard: is the bullseye a correct pathoanatomical diagnosis or to guide treatment?” BJSM: 50 (16) 959-960
18. Docking, S. I. and Cook, J. (2015). “Pathological tendons maintain sufficient aligned fibrillar structure on ultrasound tissue characterization (UTC).” Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports DOI: 10.1111/sms.12491.
19. Docking, S. I. and Cook, J. (2016). “Pathological tendons maintain sufficient aligned fibrillar structure on ultrasound tissue characterization (UTC).” Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 26(6): 675-683.
20. Docking, S., Rio, E., Cook, J., Orchard, J., & Fortington, L. (2018). The prevalence of Achilles and patellar tendon injuries in Australian football players beyond a time-loss definition. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 1–7. DOI: 10.1111/sms.13086
21. Docking, S. I., Rosengarten S. D., and Cook, J. (2015). “Achilles tendon structure improves on UTC imaging over a 5-month pre-season in elite Australian football players.” Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports DOI: 10.1111/sms.12469.
22. Docking, S. I., Rosengarten S. D., and Cook, J. (2016). “Achilles tendon structure improves on UTC imaging over a 5-month pre-season in elite Australian football players.” Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 26(5): 557-563.
23. Docking SI, Rosengarten S D.., Daffy J, Cook, J. (2014). “Structural integrity is decreased in both Achilles tendons in people with unilateral Achilles tendinopathy.” Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 18(4): 383–387.
24. Donaldson, A., Gabbe, B., Lloyd, D., Cook, J., & Finch, C. (2018). Controlled ecological evaluation of an implemented exercise training programme to prevent lower limb injuries in sport: Differences in implementation activity. Injury Prevention, published April 2018. doi: 10.1136/injuryprev-2017-042579
25. Donaldson, A., Lloyd, D., Cook, J., Gabbe, B. and Finch, C. (2015). “Bridging the gap between content and context: establishing expert consensus on the content of an exercise training program to prevent lower limb injuries.” Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 25(3): 221-229.
26. Donaldson, A., Lloyd, D., Gabbe, B., Cook, J. and Finch, C. (2015). “We have the programme, what next? Planning the implementation of an injury prevention programme.” Injury prevention, 23(4), 273-280.
27. Donaldson, A., Lloyd, D. G., Gabbe, B. J., Cook, J. and Finch, C.F. (2017). “We have the programme, what next? Planning the implementation of an injury prevention programme.” Injury Prevention 23(4): 273-280.
28. Donaldson, A., Lloyd, D.G., Gabbe B.J., Cook, J., Young, W., White, P., and Finch, C.F. (2016). “Scientific evidence is just the starting point: A generalizable process for developing sports injury prevention interventions.” Journal of Sport and Health Science, 5(3), 334-341.
29. Drew, M.K., Cook., J., and Finch, C.F. (2016). “Sports-related workload and injury risk: simply knowing the risks will not prevent injuries: Narrative review.” BJSM 50(21): 1306-1308.
30. Edwards, S., Brooke, H. C., and Cook, J.L. (2017). “Distinct cut task strategy in Australian football players with a history of groin pain.” Physical Therapy in Sport 23(C): 58-66.
31. Edwards, S., J. R. Steele, D. E. McGhee, C. R. Purdam and Cook J.L. (2017). “Asymptomatic players with a patellar tendon abnormality do not adapt their landing mechanics when fatigued.” Journal of Sports Sciences 35(8): 769-776.
32. Ekegren, C., Gabbe, B. J., Donaldson, A., Cook, J., Lloyd, D. and Finch, C. F. (2015). “Injuries in community-level Australian football: Results from a club-based, online injury surveillance system.” Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 18(6): 651–655.
33. Engebretsen, L., Bahr, R., Cook, J.L., Derman, W., Emery, C. A., Finch, C. F., Meeuwisse, W. H., Schwellnus, M. and Steffen, K. (2014). “The IOC Centres of Excellence bring prevention to Sports Medicine!” BJSM 48: 1270-1275.
34. Fairley J, Toppi J, Cicuttini F.M., Wluka A.E., Giles G.G, Cook, J., O’Sullivan R., and Wang Y. (2014). “Association between obesity and magnetic resonance imaging defined patellar tendinopathy in community-based adults: a cross-sectional study.” BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 15(266): DOI: 10.1186/1471-2474-1115-1266.
35. Fearon, A.M., Ganderton, C., Scarvell, J.M., Smith, P.N., Neeman, T., Nash, C & Cook, J.L. (2015). Development and validation of a VISA tendinopathy questionnaire for greater trochanteric pain syndrome, the VISA-G. Manual Therapy, 20(6), 805-813. doi:10.1016/j.math.2015.03.009.
36. Fearon, A., T. Neeman, P. Smith, J. Scarvell and Cook, J. (2017). “Pain, not structural impairments may explain activity limitations in people with gluteal tendinopathy or hip osteoarthritis: A cross sectional study.” Gait & Posture 52(C): 237-243.
37. Fearon, A., P. Smith, J. Scarvell and Cook, J. (2016). “Pain, not pathology may explain functional impairments in people with gluteal tendinopathy or hip osteoarthritis. A cross sectional study.” Gait and Posture, 52, 237-243.
38. Fearon, A. M., Cook J.L., Scarvell, J. M, Neeman, T., Cormick, W., and Smith, P.N. (2014). “Greater trochanteric pain syndrome negatively affects work, physical activity and quality of life: a case control study.” Journal of Arthroplasty 29(2): 383-386,
39. Fearon, A. M., J. Twin, J. E. Dahlstrom, Cook J.L, W. Cormick, P. N. Smith and A. Scott (2014). “Increased substance P expression in the trochanteric bursa of patients with greater trochanteric pain syndrome.” Rheumatology International 34(10) 1441-1448
40. Finch, C. F, Cook, J, Kunstler, B. E, Akram, M, Orchard, J. (2018). “Subsequent injuries are more common than just injury recurrences. An analysis of one-season of prospectively-collected injuries in professional Australian Football.” American Journal Of Sports Medicine. 45(8) 1921-1927
41. Finch, C. F., Cook J., B. J. Gabbe and J. Orchard (2015). “A new way of categorising recurrent, repeat and multiple sports injuries for injury incidence studies – the Subsequent Injury Categorisation (SIC) model.” Australasian Epidemiologist 22(1): 22-25.
42. Finch, C. F., Cook J., B. E. Kunstler, M. Akram and J. Orchard (2017). “Subsequent Injuries Are More Common Than Injury Recurrences: An Analysis of 1 Season of Prospectively Collected Injuries in Professional Australian Football.” The American Journal of Sports Medicine 45(8): 1921-1927.
43. Finch, C. F., A. Donaldson, B. J. Gabbe, A. Muhammad, A. W. Shee, D. G. Lloyd, Cook J. and (2016). “The evolution of multiagency partnerships for safety over the course of research engagement: experiences from the NoGAPS project ” Injury Prevention doi:10.1136/injuryprev-2015-041922.
44. Freckleton, G., Cook J. and T. Pizzari (2014). “The predictive validity of a single leg bridge test for hamstring injuries in Australian Rules Football Players.” BJSM 48(8): 713-717.
45. Gaida, J. E., H. Alfredson, S. Forsgren and Cook J. L. (2016). “A pilot study on biomarkers for tendinopathy: lower levels of serum TNF-α and other cytokines in females but not males with Achilles tendinopathy.” BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 8(1).
46. Gaida, J. E., H. Alfredson, S. Forsgren and Cook J. L. (2016). “A pilot study on biomarkers for tendinopathy: lower serum TNF-α and other cytokines in females but not males with Achilles tendinopathy.” BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation 8(5) DOI 10.1186/s13102-016-0026-0.
47. Ganderton, C., Pizzari T, Cook J and Semciw, A. (2017). “Gluteus Minimus and Gluteus Medius Muscle Activity During Common Rehabilitation Exercises in Healthy Postmenopausal Women.” Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy: 47(12) 914-922
48. Ganderton, C., Pizzari T, Harle T, Cook J and Semciw A (2017). “A comparison of gluteus medius, gluteus minimus and tensor facia latae muscle activation during gait in post-menopausal women with and without greater trochanteric pain syndrome.” Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 33(C): 39-47.
49. Ganderton, C., Semciw, A., Cook, J., Moreira, E., Pizzari, T. (2018). Gluteal Loading Versus Sham Exercises to Improve Pain and Dysfunction in Postmenopausal Women with Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Women’s Health, 27(6), 815-829. doi: 10.1089/jwh.2017.6729.
50. Ganderton, C., Semciw A., Cook J. and Pizzari T. (2016). “Does menopausal hormone therapy (MHT), exercise or a combination of both, improve pain and function in post-menopausal women with greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS)? A randomised controlled trial.” BMC Women’s Health 16:32 doi.org/10.1186/s12905-016-0311-9
51. Ganderton, C., Semciw A., Cook J. and Pizzari T. (2016). “The effect of female sex hormone supplementation on tendon in pre and postmenopausal women: A systematic review.” Journal of Musculoskeletal and Neuronal Interactions 16(2): 92-104.
52. Ganderton, C., Semciw A., Cook J. and Pizzari T. (2017). “Demystifying the Clinical Diagnosis of Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome in Women.” Journal of Women’s Health 26(6): 633-643.
53. Gastin, P., Cook, J.L., Huntsman E. and Meyer D. (2014). “Low body mass and aerobic running fitness increase injury risk in elite Australian football.” International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 10(4): 458-463.
54. Gastin P B, Meyer D, Huntsman E and Cook, J. (2015). “Increase in injury risk with low body mass and aerobic-running fitness in elite Australian football.” International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 10(4): 458-463.
55. Gibbon, A., Hobbs H., van der Merwe W., Raleigh S. M., Cook J., Handley C. J., Posthumus M., Collins M. and September A. V. (2017). “The MMP3 gene in musculoskeletal soft tissue injury risk profiling: A study in two independent sample groups.” Journal of Sports Sciences 35(7): 655-662.
56. Giles, L., McClelland J., Cook J. and Webster K. (2014). ” Can ultrasound measurements of muscle thickness be used to measure the size of individual quadriceps muscles in people with patellofemoral pain?” Physical Therapy in Sport doi.org/10.1016/j.ptsp.2014.04.002.
57. Giles, L., Webster K. and Cook J. (2017). “Quadriceps Strengthening With and Without Blood-Flow Restriction in the Treatment of Patellofemoral Pain. A Double Blind Randomised Trial.” BJSM, 51(23), 1688.
58. Giles, L. S., Webster K. E., McClelland J. A. and Cook J. (2015). “Atrophy of the Quadriceps Is Not Isolated to the Vastus Medialis Oblique in Individuals With Patellofemoral Pain.” Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 45(8): 613-619.
59. Giles, L. S., Webster K. E., McClelland J. A. and Cook J. (2015). “Can ultrasound measurements of muscle thickness be used to measure the size of individual quadriceps muscles in people with patellofemoral pain?” Physical Therapy in Sport 16(1): 45-52.
60. Edwards, S., Brooke, H., and Cook, J. (2017). Distinct cut task strategy in Australian football players with a history of groin pain. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 20, E27-E28..
61. Henderson, B., Cook J., Kidgell D. J. and Gastin P. B. (2015). “Game and Training Load Differences in Elite Junior Australian Football.” Journal of Sports Science and Medicine 14: 494 – 500.
62. Khoury, L. E., Posthumus M., Collins M., van der Merwe W., Handley C., Cook J. and Raleigh S. M. (2015). “ELN and FBN2 gene variants as risk factors for two sports-related musculoskeletal injuries.” International journal of sports medicine 36(4): 333-337.
63. Kunstler, B. E., Cook J. L., Freene N., Finch C. F., Kemp J. L., OʼHalloran P. D. and Gaida J. E. (2017). “Physiotherapist-Led Physical Activity Interventions Are Efficacious at Increasing Physical Activity Levels.” Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine: 1-1.
64. Kunstler, B.E., Cook, J.L., Freene, N., Finch, C.F., Kemp, J.L., O’Halloran, P.D., & Gaida, J.E. (2018). Physiotherapists use a small number of behaviour change techniques when promoting physical activity: A systematic review comparing experimental and observational studies. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 21(6), pp.609–615.
65. Kunstler, B. E., Cook, J. L., Freene, N. F., Finch, C. D., Kemp, J., OʼHalloran, P., & Gaida, J. (2018). Physiotherapist-Led Physical Activity Interventions Are Efficacious at Increasing Physical Activity Levels: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 28(3), 304-315.
66. Kunstler, B., O’Halloran, P., Cook, J., Kemp, J., & Finch, C. (2018). “…like you’re pushing the snowball back up hill”—the experiences of Australian physiotherapists promoting non-treatment physical activity: A qualitative study. AIMS Medical Science. 5. 224-237. Doi: 10.3934/medsci.2018.3.224.
67. Lang, T. R., Cook J., Rio E. and Gaida J. E. (2017). “What tendon pathology is seen on imaging in people who have taken fluoroquinolones? A systematic review.” Fundamental & Clinical Pharmacology 31(1): 4-16.
68. Lewis, T. and Cook J. (2014). “Fluoroquinolones and Tendinopathy: A Guide for Athletes and Sports Clinicians and a Systematic Review of the Literature.” Journal of athletic training doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4085/1062-6050-49.2.09
69. Mascaró, A., Cos M. À., Morral A., Roig A., Purdam C. and Cook J. (2018). “Load management in tendinopathy: Clinical progression for Achilles and patellar tendinopathy.” Apunts Medicina de l’Esport.
70. Mayes, S. J., Baird-Colt, P.H., and Cook J. L. (2015). “Ultrasound Imaging is a Valid Method of Measuring the Cross-Sectional Area of the Quadratus Femoris Muscle.” Journal of Dance Medicine & Science 19(1): 3-10.
71. Mayes, S., Ferris, A., Smith, P., Garnham, A., & Cook, J (2016). “Professional ballet dancers have a similar prevalence of articular cartilage defects compared to age- and sex-matched non-dancing athletes.” Clinical Rheumatology, 35(12), 3037-3043.
72. Mayes, S., Colt P. and Cook J. (2014). “Ultrasound imaging is a valid method of measuring the cross-sectional area of the quadratus femoris muscle.” Journal of Dance Medicine & Science 19(1): 3-10.
73. Mayes, S., Ferris, A., Smith, P., & Cook, J. (2018). Hip Joint Effusion-Synovitis Is Associated With Hip Pain and Sports/Recreation Function in Female Professional Ballet Dancers. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 2018. doi: 10.1097/JSM.0000000000000595
74. Mayes, S., Ferris, A.R., Smith, P., & Cook, J. (2018). Obturator externus was larger, while obturator internus size was similar in ballet dancers compared to non-dancing athletes. Physical Therapy in Sport, 33, pp.1–6.
75. Mayes, S., Ferris, A., Smith, P., Garnham, A., & Cook, J. (2017). Bony morphology of the hip in professional ballet dancers compared to athletes. European Radiology, 27(7), 3042.
76. Mayes, S., Ferris A. R., Smith P., Garnham A. and Cook J. (2016). “Atraumatic tears of the ligamentum teres are more frequent in professional ballet dancers than a sporting population.” Skeletal Radiology 45(7): 959-967.
77. Mayes, S., Ferris A. R., Smith P., Garnham A. and Cook J. (2016). “Professional ballet dancers have a similar prevalence of articular cartilage defects compared to age- and sex-matched non-dancing athletes.” Clinical Rheumatology 35(12): 3037-3043.
78. Mayes, S., Ferris A. R., Smith P., Garnham A. and Cook J. (2016). “Similar Prevalence of Acetabular Labral Tear in Professional Ballet Dancers and Sporting Participants.” Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 26(4): 307-313.
79. Mayes, S., Ferris A. R., Smith P.,. Garnham A and Cook J. (2017). “Bony morphology of the hip in professional ballet dancers compared to athletes.” European Radiology 27(7): 3042-3049.
80. Mayes, S., Smith, P., & Cook, J. (2018). Impingement-type bony morphology was related to cartilage defects, but not pain in professional ballet dancers’ hips. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, (2018). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsams.2018.02.014
81. Munteanu, S. E., Langdorf K.,. Menz H, Cook J .and Scott L. A. (2014). “Effectiveness of customised foot orthoses for Achilles tendinopathy: a randomised controlled trial.” BJSM doi:10.1136/bjsports-2014-093845
82. Murley, G. S., Tan J. M. Edwards R. M, Luca J. D,.Munteanu S. E and Cook J. L. (2014). “Foot posture is associated with morphology of the tibialis anterior tendon and Achilles tendon.” Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sport 24(3): 535-541.
83. Nealon, A. R., & Cook, J. L. (2018). Trunk Side Strain Has a High Incidence in First-Class Cricket Fast Bowlers in Australia and England. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 28(3), 284-288.
84. Nealon, A., Kountouris A. and Cook J. (2017). “Side strain in sport: a narrative review of pathomechanics, diagnosis, imaging and management for the clinician.” Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 20(3), 261-266.
85. Nealon, A. R. and Cook J. L. (2017). “Trunk Side Strain Has a High Incidence in First-Class Cricket Fast Bowlers in Australia and England.” Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine: 28(3), 284-288.
86. Nealon, A. R., Kountouris A. and Cook J. L. (2017). “Side strain in sport: a narrative review of pathomechanics, diagnosis, imaging and management for the clinician.” Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 20(3): 261-266.
87. Perrot, M., Pizzari T., Cook J. and McClelland J. (2016). “Comparison of lower limb and trunk kinematics between markerless and marker-based motion capture systems.” Gait and Posture 52, 57-61.
88. Perrott, M., Pizzari T. and Cook J. (2014). “Internet and smartphone delivery of core trunk exercises for a RCT: protocol.” Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine 3(2): 46–54.
89. Perrott, M. A., Pizzari T., Cook J. and McClelland J. A. (2017). “Comparison of lower limb and trunk kinematics between markerless and marker-based motion capture systems.” Gait & Posture 52(C): 57-61.
90. Pizzolato, C., Lloyd D. G., Barrett R. S., Cook J. L.,. Zheng M. H, Besier T. F. and Saxby D. J. (2017). “Bioinspired Technologies to Connect Musculoskeletal Mechanobiology to the Person for Training and Rehabilitation.” Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 11(96).
91. Ranger, T. A., W. M. Braybon, C. R. Purdam and J. L. Cook (2015). “Forearm Position’s Alteration of Radial-Head Impingement on Wrist-Extensor Tendons.” Journal of sport rehabilitation 24(1): 1-5.
92. Ranger, T. A., Wong A. M., Cook J. L. and. Gaida J. E (2015). “Is There An Association Between Tendinopathy And Diabetes Mellitus? A Systematic Review ” BJSM, 50(16), 982.
93. Ranger, T. A., Wong A. M. Y., Cook J. L. and Gaida J. E. (2016). “Is there an association between tendinopathy and diabetes mellitus? A systematic review with meta-analysis.” BJSM 50(16): 982-989.
94. Rio, E., Cook, J., Kidgell D., Purdam C. and van Ark M. (2016). “Isometric contractions are more analgesic than isotonic contractions for patellar tendon pain: an in-season randomised clinical trial”.” Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 27(3), 253-259.
95. Rio, E., Ellis, R., Henry, J., Falconer, V., Kiss, Z., Girdwood, M., Cook, J., Gaida, J. (2018). Don’t Assume the Control Group Is Normal-People with Asymptomatic Tendon Pathology Have Higher Pressure Pain Thresholds. Pain Medicine, 0(0) 1–7. doi: 10.1093/pm/pny117
96. Rio, E., Kidgell D.,. Moseley G. L and Cook J. (2016). “Elevated corticospinal excitability in patellar tendinopathy compared with other anterior knee pain or no pain.” Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 26(9): 1072-1079. doi: 10.1111/sms.12538
97. Rio, E., Kidgell D., Purdam C., Gaida J.,. Moseley G. L, Pearce A. J. and Cook J. (2015). “Isometric exercise induces analgesia and reduces inhibition in patellar tendinopathy.” BJSM 49 (19): 1277-1283.
98. Rio, E., Mayes S. and Cook J. (2014). “Heel pain: a practical approach.” Australian family physician 44(3): 96-101.
99. Rio, E., Moseley L.,. Purdam C, Samiric T., Kidgell D., Pearce A. J.,. Jaberzadeh S and Cook J. (2014). “Tendon pain: Physiological or pathophysiological?” Sports Medicine 44(1): 9-23.
100. Rio, E., Purdam C., Girdwood M. and Cook J. (2017). “Isometric Exercise to Reduce Pain in Patellar Tendinopathy In-Season; Is It Effective “on the Road?”.” Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine
101. Rio, E., van Ark M, Docking S., Moseley G. L., Kidgell D.,. Gaida J. E, van den Akker-Scheek I., Zwerver J. and Cook J. (2017). “Isometric Contractions Are More Analgesic Than Isotonic Contractions for Patellar Tendon Pain: An In-Season Randomized Clinical Trial.” Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 27(3): 253-259.
102. Rio, E., D. Kidgell, G. L. Moseley, J. Gaida, S. Docking, C. Purdam and J. Cook (2016). “Tendon neuroplastic training: changing the way we think about tendon rehabilitation: a narrative review.” BJSM 50(4): 209-215. BJSM doi:10.1136/bjsports-2015-095215.
103. Rosengarten SD, Cook J.L., Bryant AL, Cordy JT, Daffy J and Docking SI (2014). “Australian football players’ Achilles tendons respond to game loads within two days: An ultrasound tissue characterisation (UTC) study.” BJSM doi:10.1136/bjsports-2013-092713.
104. Rudavsky, A., Cook, J., & Docking, S. (2018). Proximal patellar tendon pathology can develop during adolescence in young ballet dancers-A 2-year longitudinal study. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, published online April 2018. DOI: 10.1111/sms.13095
105. Rudavsky, A. and Cook J. (2014). “Physiotherapy management of patellar tendinopathy (jumper’s knee).” Journal of Physiotherapy 60(3): 122-129.
106. Rudavsky, A., Cook J.,. Magnusson S. P,. Kjaer M and Docking S. (2017). “Characterising the proximal patellar tendon attachment and its relationship to skeletal maturity in adolescent ballet dancers.” Muscles, Ligaments and Tendons Journal 7(2): 306-314.
107. Saunders, v. d. Merwe L, Cook, J., Handley CJ, Collins M and September AV. (2014). “Variants within the COMP and THBS2 genes are not associated with Achilles tendinopathy in a case-control study of South African and Australian populations.” Journal of Sports Sciences 32(1): 92-100.
108. Saunders CJ, Cook, J. (2015). “Extracellular matrix proteins interact with cell-signalling pathways in modifying risk of Achilles tendinopathy.” Journal of Orthopaedic Research DOI: 10.1002/jor.22820.
109. Simpson, M., Rio E. and Cook J. (2015). “At what age do children and adolescents develop lower limb tendon pathology and tendinopathy? A systematic review and meta-analysis.” Sports Medicine 46(4), 545-557.
110. Simpson, M., Rio E. and Cook J. (2016). “At What Age Do Children and Adolescents Develop Lower Limb Tendon Pathology or Tendinopathy? A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.” Sports Medicine 46(4): 545-557.
111. Tilley, B. J., Cook J. L., Docking S. I. and Gaida J. E. (2015). “Is higher serum cholesterol associated with altered tendon structure or tendon pain? A systematic review.” BJSM doi:10.1136/bjsports-2015-095100.
112. Tina, B.J., Cook, J.L., Rio, E., and Docking, S. (2016). “What tendon pathology is seen on imaging in people who have taken fluoroquinolones? A systematic review.” Fundamental & Clinical Pharmacology 31(1), 4-16.
113. Toohey, L., Drew, M., Fortington, L., Finch, C., & Cook, J. (2018). An Updated Subsequent Injury Categorisation Model (SIC-2.0): Data-Driven Categorisation of Subsequent Injuries in Sport. Sports Medicine (Auckland, N.Z.), 1-12.
114. Toppi, J., Fairley J., Cicuttini F., Cook J., Davis S., Bell R., Hanna F. and Wang Y. (2015). “Factors associated with magnetic resonance imaging defined patellar tendinopathy in community-based middle-aged women: a prospective cohort study.” BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 16(1): 184.
115. van Ark, M., Cook J. L.,. Docking S. I, Zwerver J.,. Gaida J. E, van den Akker-Scheek I. and Rio E. (2016). “Do isometric and isotonic exercise programs reduce pain in athletes with patellar tendinopathy in-season? A randomised clinical trial.” Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 19(9): 702-706.
116. van Ark, M., Docking S., van den Akker-Scheek I., Rudavsky A., Rio E., Zwerver J. and Cook J. (2016). “Does the adolescent patellar tendon respond to 5 days of cumulative load during a volleyball tournament?” Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 26(2): 189-196.
117. van Ark, M., Docking S. I., van den Akker-Scheek I., Rudavsky A., Rio E., Zwerver J. and Cook J. L. (2015). “Does the adolescent patellar tendon respond to 5 days of cumulative load during a volleyball tournament?” Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports DOI: 10.1111/sms.12426.
118. van Ark, M., Rio E., Docking S., Zwerver J., van den Akker-Scheek I. and Cook J. (2015). “Do isometric and isotonic exercise programs reduce pain in athletes with patellar tendinopathy in-season? A randomised clinical trial ” JSAMS doi:10.1016/j.jsams.2015.11.006.
119. Wong, A., Docking, S., Cook, J., & Gaida, J. (2015). Does type 1 diabetes mellitus affect Achilles tendon response to a 10 km run? A case control study. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 16(345): DOI: 10.1186/s12891-12015-10803-z
120. Williams, C., Skinner, E., James, A., Cook, J., McPhail, S., & Haines, T. (2016). “Comparative effectiveness research for the clinician researcher: a framework for making a methodological design choice.” Trials 17(1).

Letters to the Editor or Contributions to Blogs
1. Culvenor, A.G., Schache, A.G., Vicenzino, B., Pandy, M., Collins, N.J., Cook, J.L., and Crossley, K.M (2015). Reply to letter to the editor: “The incidence rate of early knee osteoarthritis one year following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction was overestimated or not?”. Arthritis & Rheumatology. 67: 2551-2552.

Book Chapters
1. Girdwood, M., Docking, S., Rio, E., & Cook, J. (2017). Pathophysiology of Tendinopathy. In G.L. Canata, P. D’Hooghe, & K.J. Hunt (Eds), Muscle and Tendon Injuries (pp 23-44), Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
2. Crossley, K., Cook, J., Cowan, S., Culvenor, A., Docking, S.I., Rathleff, M & Rio, E. (2017). Anterior Knee Pain. In P. Brukner and K. Khan (Eds), Clinical Sports Medicine 5th Ed (pp. 769-804). North Ryde, N.S.W.: McGraw-Hill Australia
3. Cook, J., Silbernagel, K., Griffin, S., Alfredson, H., & Karlsson, J. (2017). Pain in the Achilles Region. In P. Brukner and K. Khan (Eds), Clinical Sports Medicine 5th Ed (pp. 865-892). North Ryde, N.S.W.: McGraw-Hill Australia
4. Docking SI, Rio E & Cook J (2017). ‘Sehnenpathologie [Tendon pathology]’ in Die Sehne [The Tendon] 1st Ed. [Published in German]
Peer Reviewed Conference Papers
I have not kept a list of peer reviewed conference papers
Invited International Keynote and Invited Presentations
• Philadelphia 76ers conference Philadelphia USA June 2018
• Catalan Physiotherapy Conference. Barcelona, Spain. May 2018
• Israel Physiotherapy Conference. Tel Aviv, Israel. May 2018
• Isokinetic conference. Barcelona, Spain June 2018
• Extracorporeal shock wave conference. Auckland, New Zealand April 2018
• Swedish Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Conference. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2018
• Swiss Sports Physiotherapy Association (SSPA) Annual Conference. Bern, Switzerland. November 2017.
• Ironman Sports Medicine Conference. Kona, Hawaii. November 2017.
• Swedish Orthopaedic conference Umea, Sweden August 2017
• Isokinetic conference. Barcelona Spain May 2017
• IOC Injury Prevention conference Monaco march 2017
• International Scientific tendon symposium Cape Town South Africa 2016
• New Zealand Physiotherapy conference Auckland New Zealand September 2016
• Australasian Sonographers Association conference Queenstown New Zealand September 2016
• Finnish Sports Physiotherapy conference march 2016 Helsinki
• American Combined Services meeting February 2016 Anaheim
• MuscleTech Conference. Barcelona, Spain. October 2015
• World Federation of Athletic Trainers. St Louis, USA. June 2015
• Isokinetic conference, London, UK. April 2015
• Physiofirst conference Norfolk UK March 2015
• Oslo Sports Trauma Research Centre retreat. Oslo, Norway. May 2014.
• Arsenal Sports exercise medicine conference. London, UK. March 2014.
Invited National Keynote and invited presentations
• Australian Musculoskeletal Imaging conference Melbourne May 2017
• Australian Strength and Conditioning conference Melbourne April 2017
• Sports Dieticians Australian Masterclass. Melbourne, Australia. October 2017.
• Griffith University research conference Gold Coast November 2016
• IOC Advanced Sports Physician course Cape Town November 2016
• Australian Physiotherapy Association Symposium. Hobart, Tasmania. August 2016
• Tasmanian Podiatry Association conference. Launceston, Tasmania August 2016
• Perth Orthopaedic group conference. Perth July 2016
• Australian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians Gold Coast February 2016
• Australian Physiotherapy conference Tasmanian breakfast Hobart December 2015
• Sydney Orthopaedic conference Sydney May 2015
• Back in Motion conference. Melbourne October 2014
• Australian Physiotherapy Association medical practitioner’s breakfast. Melbourne April 2015
Chairing of Sessions at Conferences
• I have not kept a list of sessions I have chaired
International courses
• Canada 2018 June Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal
• Israel 2018 May Tel Aviv
• Spain 2018 June Valencia
• Sweden 2018 March Stockholm
• Norway 2018 March Lillehammer
• Spain 2017 November Malaga
• USA 2017 September Austin Texas
• Canada 2017 August Vancouver
• Spain 2017 May Valencia
• France 2017 March Paris, Bordeaux
• Switzerland 2016 Yverdon-les-Bains
• Italy 2016 October Sienna
• France 2016 April Lyon, Paris
• Switzerland 2016 April Yverdon-les-Bains
• USA 2016 March Washington
• Qatar 2016 April Doha
• New Zealand 2014 August Wellington
• Norway 2014 May Lillehammer
Sports teams consultations
• San Antonio Spurs 2017 September
• Australian Rugby 2017 September
• Liverpool FC 2017 August
• Bournemouth FC August 2017
• Australian Open tennis tournament January 2014-2018
National courses
• Melbourne 2017 September
• Sydney 2017 June
• Perth 2017 February
• Adelaide 2016 March
• Sydney November 2015
• Melbourne September 2015
• Brisbane 2014

Students
Completed
• Laura Stanley. Biomechanics of landing in people with patellar tendon pathology and pain (PhD awarded 2018)
• Andrew Nealon. Side strain injury in First Class Cricket Bowlers. (PhD awarded 2018)
• Aliza Rudavsky. Development of the patellar tendon in adolescents (PhD awarded 2018)
• Susan Mayes. Hip joint pathology in ballet dancers (PhD awarded 2017)
• Charlotte Ganderton. Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome: Pathology, Assessment and Management. (PhD awarded 2017)
• Carolyn Taylor development of a screening tool for Australian football (PhD awarded 2016)
• Lachlan Giles. Quadriceps atrophy in patellofemoral joint pain (PhD awarded 2016)
• Ebonie Rio. Tendon Pain. (PhD awarded 2015)
• Sean Docking. Imaging Tendons. (PhD awarded 2015)

Current
• Brea Kunstler Physiotherapists promotion of physical activity (2015-2018) Federation University
• Liam Toohey Subsequent Injuries (2016-2019) La Trobe University
• Brodwen McBain. De Quervains tendinopathy. (2017-2020). La Trobe University
• Madeline Hannington. Development of the patellar tendon in adolescents (2015-2020). La Trobe University
• Rachael McMillan. Gluteal Muscle and Tendon in Health and Pathology. (2018 – 2021). La Trobe University
• Jason Rogers. Plantar heel pain (2016-2022) University of Tasmania
• Anthony Fearon Cortical consequences of hamstring strain (2017-2023) La Trobe University
• Margaret Perrot Lumbopelvic stability (2015-2021) La Trobe University
• Jodie Dakic Pelvic floor disorders in active women 2018-2024 Monash University

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