PhDs


YearNameTitleSupervisors
2017 Enrique Lluch Girbés Effect of neuroscience edication on subjects with chronic knee pain related to osteoarthritis: A randomized controlled trial. Jo Nijs
José Sánchez-Frutos
2017 Dorien Goubert Peripheral back muscle dysfunctions and central pain mechanisms: an innovative perspective on differences between recurrent and chronic pain. Mira Meeus
Lieven Danneels
2017 Iris Coppieters Relationships between cognitive deficits, central sensitization, and structural brain alterations in patients with chronic idiopathic neck pain, chronic whiplash associated disorders and fibromyalgia. Unravelling differences in underlying mechanisms. Mira Meeus
Barbara Cagnie
2016 Margot De Kooning Whiplash: Painful stress or stressful pain? Pain modulation in patients with whiplash associated disorders: The role of the autonomic nervous system and visual feedback. Jo Nijs
Nathalie Roussel
Patrick Cras
Liesbeth Daenen
2014 Kelly Ickmans Cognitive performance in patients with chronic central sensitization pain. Jo Nijs
Mira Meeus
2013 Liesbeth Daenen The cortical model of pain and movement: Musiscians and whiplash associated disorders as model Patrick Cras
Jo Nijs
Nathalie Roussel
2011 Jessica Van Oosterwijck Chronic pain and central sensitization: endogenous pain inhibition during exercise and efficacy of pain physiology education Jo Nijs
Mira Meeus
Lorna Paul
2010 Filip Struyf Scapular positioning and movement: a clinical appraisal Jo Nijs
Romain Meeusen
2009 Nathalie Roussel Clinical assessment of range of motion, muscle strength, motor control and pain processing in chronic non-specific low back pain Gaetanne Stassijns
Jo Nijs
Steven Truijen
2008 Mira Meeus Chronic pain in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome: a biopsychosocial approach Jo Nijs
Kenny De Meirleir
Steven Truijen
2003 Jo Nijs Chronic fatigue syndrome: Assessment and associates of activity limitations/participation restrictions Kenny De Meirleir