EPIC Lift Capacity (ELC) Test Research

Peer-Reviewed References

NOTE: Links to PubMed abstracts are provided where available. Some of the articles below were published before the journals in which they appeared were indexed by PubMed.

Matheson, L., Leggett, S., Mooney, V., Schneider, K., & Mayer, J. (2002). The contribution of aerobic fitness and back strength to lift capacity. Spine, 27(11), 1208–1212.
PubMed ID: 12045519
Matheson, LN, Mooney, V, Grant J, Leggett S, Kenny K. Standardized evaluation of work capacity. Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. 1996;(6): 249–264.
Matheson, LN. Relationships among age, body weight, resting heart rate and performance in a new test of lift capacity. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. 1996;6(4):225–237.
Matheson, LN, Mooney, V, Grant J, Leggett S, Kenny K. Standardized evaluation of work capacity. Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. 1996;(6): 249–264.
Matheson, LN, Mooney, V, Holmes, D, Leggett, S, Grant, J, Negri, S, Holmes, B. A test to measure lift capacity of physically impaired adults: Part 2—Reactivity in a patient sample. Spine, 1995;20(19): 2130–2134.
PubMED ID: 8588170
Matheson, LN, Mooney, V, Grant, J, Affleck, M, Hall, H, Melles, T, Lichter, R, McIntosh, G. A test to measure lift capacity of physically impaired adults: Part 1—Development and reliability testing. Spine, 1995;20(19): 2119–2129.
PubMED ID: 8588169

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