Doctor Siobhan Schabrun

Doctor Siobhan Schabrun



  • PhD University of Adelaide
  • BPhy(Hons) University of Adelaide


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Location: Campbelltown

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Journal Articles

  • Thapa, T., Graven-Nielsen, T. and Schabrun, S. (2021), 'Aberrant plasticity in musculoskeletal pain : a failure of homeostatic control?', Experimental Brain Research, vol 239, no 4 , pp 1317 - 1326.
  • Hodges, P., Butler, J., Tucker, K., MacDonell, C., Poortvliet, P., Schabrun, S., Hug, F. and Garland, S. (2021), 'Non-uniform effects of nociceptive stimulation to motoneurones during experimental muscle pain', Neuroscience, vol 463 , pp 45 - 56.
  • Timmers, R., MacRitchie, J., Schabrun, S., Thapa, T., Varlet, M. and Keller, P. (2020), 'Neural multimodal integration underlying synchronization with a co-performer in music : influences of motor expertise and visual information', Neuroscience Letters, vol 721 .
  • Hall, M., Dobson, F., Plinsinga, M., Mailloux, C., Starkey, S., Smits, E., Hodges, P., Vicenzino, B., Schabrun, S. and Masse-Alarie, H. (2020), 'Effect of exercise on pain processing and motor output in people with knee osteoarthritis : a systematic review and meta-analysis', Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, vol 28, no 12 , pp 1501 - 1513.
  • Thompson, C., Hillerb, C. and Schabrun, S. (2019), 'Altered spinal-level sensorimotor control related to pain and perceived instability in people with chronic ankle instability', Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, vol 22, no 4 , pp 425 - 429.
  • De Martino, E., Seminowicz, D., Schabrun, S., Petrini, L. and Graven-Nielsen, T. (2019), 'High frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation to the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex modulates sensorimotor cortex function in the transition to sustained muscle pain', NeuroImage, vol 186 , pp 93 - 102.
  • Chang, W., Buscemi, V., Liston, M., McAuley, J., Hodges, P. and Schabrun, S. (2019), 'Sensorimotor cortical activity in acute low back pain : a cross-sectional study', Journal of Pain, vol 20, no 7 , pp 819 - 829.
  • Summers, S., Schabrun, S., Hirata, R., Graven-Nielsen, T., Cavaleri, R. and Chipchase, L. (2019), 'Effect of sustained experimental muscle pain on joint position sense', Pain Reports, vol 4 .
  • Buscemi, V., Chang, W., Liston, M., McAuley, J. and Schabrun, S. (2019), 'The role of perceived stress and life stressors in the development of chronic musculoskeletal pain disorders : a systematic review', Journal of Pain, vol 20, no 10 , pp 1127 - 1139.
  • Seminowicz, D., Thapa, T. and Schabrun, S. (2019), 'Corticomotor depression is associated with higher pain severity in the transition to sustained pain : a longitudinal exploratory study of individual differences', Journal of Pain, vol 20, no 12 , pp 1498 - 1506.
  • Elgueta-Cancino, E., Masse-Alarie, H., Schabrun, S. and Hodges, P. (2019), 'Electrical stimulation of back muscles does not prime the corticospinal pathway', Neuromodulation, vol 22, no 5 , pp 555 - 563.
  • Larsen, D., Graven-Nielsen, T., Hirata, R., Seminowicz, D., Schabrun, S. and Boudreau, S. (2019), 'Corticomotor excitability reduction induced by experimental pain remains unaffected by performing a working memory task as compared to staying at rest', Experimental Brain Research, vol 237, no 9 , pp 2205 - 2215.
  • Fitzgibbon, B. and Schabrun, S. (2019), 'Transcranial direct current stimulation for pain disorders : challenges and new frontiers', Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, vol 106, no 4 , pp 717 - 719.
  • Brady, B., Veljanova, I., Schabrun, S. and Chipchase, L. (2018), 'Integrating culturally informed approaches into physiotherapy assessment and treatment of chronic pain : a pilot randomised controlled trial', BMJ Open, vol 8, no 7 .
  • Cavaleri, R., Schabrun, S. and Chipchase, L. (2018), 'The reliability and validity of rapid transcranial magnetic stimulation mapping', Brain Stimulation, vol 11, no 6 , pp 1291 - 1295.
  • Knox, M., Chipchase, L., Schabrun, S., Romero, R. and Marshall, P. (2018), 'Anticipatory and compensatory postural adjustments in people with low back pain : a systematic review and meta-analysis', Spine Journal, vol 18, no 10 , pp 1934 - 1949.
  • De Martino, E., Zandalasini, M., Schabrun, S., Petrini, L. and Graven-Nielsen, T. (2018), 'Experimental muscle hyperalgesia modulates sensorimotor cortical excitability, which is partially altered by unaccustomed exercise', Pain, vol 159, no 12 , pp 2493 - 2502.
  • Seminowicz, D., De Martino, E., Schabrun, S. and Graven-Nielsen, T. (2018), 'Left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation reduces the development of long-term muscle pain', Pain, vol 159, no 12 , pp 2486 - 2492.
  • Summers, S., Schabrun, S. and Chipchase, L. (2018), 'The type and pain provoking nature of exercise prescribed for low back pain : a survey of Australian health professionals', Musculoskeletal Science and Practice, vol 38 , pp 37 - 45.
  • De Martino, E., Petrini, L., Schabrun, S. and Graven-Nielsen, T. (2018), 'Cortical somatosensory excitability is modulated in response to several days of muscle soreness', Journal of Pain, vol 19, no 11 , pp 1296 - 1307.

Conference Papers

  • Cavaleri, R., Summers, S., Chipchase, L. and Schabrun, S. (2019), 'Accelerating recovery of acute musculoskeletal pain using non-invasive brain stimulation : a randomised controlled trial', Sports Medicine Australia. Conference, Sunshine Coast, Qld..

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