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Publications by Mary Massery, PT

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  1. Frownfelter D, Stevens K, Massery M, Bernardoni G. Do abdominal cutouts in thoracolumbosacral orthoses increase pulmonary function? Clin Orthop Relat Res. Feb 2014;472(2):720-726.
  2. Massery M, Hagins M, Stafford R, Moerchen V, Hodges PW. Effect of airway control by glottal structures on postural stability. J. Appl. Physiol. Aug 2013;115(4):483-490.
  3. Massery M. Multisystem clinical implications of impaired breathing mechanics and postural control. In: Frownfelter D, Dean E, eds. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy: Evidence to Practice. 5 ed. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier-Mosby; 2012:633-653.
  4. Massery M. Asthma: Multi-System Implications. In: Campbell S, Palisano R, Orlin M, eds. Physical Therapy for Children. 4 ed. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier; 2012:815-844.
  5. Massery M, Sweeney JK. Commentary on “Expiratory Flow Increase Technique and Acid Esophageal Exposure in Infants Born Preterm With Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia”. Pediatric Physical Therapy. 2011;23(4):333-334.
  6. Massery M. The effect of airway control on postural stability (doctoral dissertation). Provo, UT: Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions; 2011.
  7. Massery M, Cahalin L. Physical Therapy Associated with Ventilatory Pump Dysfunction and Failure. In: DeTurk W, Cahalin L, eds. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy. 2 ed. New York: McGraw-Hill; 2011:643-693.
  8. Massery, M., Breathing and Upright Posture: Simultaneous Needs, in 26th International Seating Symposium, Vancouver, BC. March 11-13, 2010;25-28.
  9. Massery M. The Linda Crane Memorial Lecture: The patient puzzle – piecing it together. Cardiopulmonary Phys Ther J. 2009;20(2):19-27.
  10. Massery M. Referred by the Cystic Fibrosis Clinic’s PT: Treatment of Posture and Pain. Pediatric Pulmonology, Supplement. 2008;31:112-114.
  11. Frownfelter D, Stevens K, Massery M, Bernardoni GP. Comparison of respiratory function while wearing a thoraco-lumbar-sacral orthosis (TLSO) with and without an abdominal cutout (Abstract). Cardiopulmonary Phys Ther J. 2006;17(4):141.
  12. Massery M. Magee, C. Asthma: Multi-System Implications. In: Campbell S, Palisano R, Vander Linden D, eds. Physical Therapy for Children. 3 ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Health Science; 2006:Chapter 28:851-879.
  13. Massery M. Multisystem Consequences of Impaired Breathing Mechanics and/or Postural Control. In: Frownfelter D, Dean E, eds. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy Evidence and Practice, ed. 4. 4 ed. St. Louis, MO.: Elsevier Health Sciences; 2006:695-717.
  14. Frownfelter D, Massery M. Body Mechanics – The art of positioning and moving patients. In: Frownfelter D, Dean E, eds. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy Evidence and Practice, ed. 4. St. Louis, MO: Mosby & Elsevier Health Sciences; 2006:Chapter 42:749-758.
  15. Frownfelter D, Massery M. Facilitating airway clearance with coughing techniques. In: Frownfelter D, Dean E, eds. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy Evidence and Practice, ed. 4. St. Louis, MO: Mosby & Elsevier Health Sciences; 2006:Chapter 22:363-376.
  16. Frownfelter D, Massery M. Facilitating ventilation patterns and breathing strategies. In: Frownfelter D, Dean E, eds. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy Evidence and Practice, ed. 4. St. Louis, MO: Mosby & Elsevier Health Sciences; 2006:Chapter 23:377-403.
  17. Massery M. Musculoskeletal and neuromuscular interventions: a physical approach to cystic fibrosis. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. May 2005;98(Supplement 45):55-66.
  18. Massery M. Cahalin L. Physical Therapy Associated with Ventilatory Pump Dysfunction and Failure. In: DeTurk W, Cahalin L, eds. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy. New York: McGraw-Hill; 2004:Chapter 19:593-646.
  19. Massery M, Sammon K, Menon S, Cahalin L. Comparing airway clearance effectiveness using a suction machine and the Cough-Assist machine for patients in acute rehabilitation (Abstract). Cardiopulmonary Phys Ther J. December 2003 2003;14(4):21.
  20. Massery M, Dreyer H, Borjenson A, Cahalin L. A pilot study investigating the effectiveness of assisted cough techniques and the clinical utility of a peak flow meter to measure peak cough expiratory flow in persons with spinal cord injury. (Abstract). Proceedings for the World Congress for Physical Therapy. 1999:30.
  21. Nuzzo NA, Bronson LA, McCarthy T, Massery M. Respiratory muscle strength and endurance following a CVA. Neurology Report. 1999 1999;23(1):25-27.
  22. Sammon K, Menon S, Massery MP, Cahalin L. A pilot clinical investigation comparing the effects of the mechanical in-exsufflator to suctioning and chest physical therapy in persons with difficulty mobilizing pulmonary secretions. (Abstract). Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy. 1998;9(4):22-23.
  23. Feldman D, Ouellette M, Villamez A, Massery M, Cahalin L. The relationship of ventilatory muscle strength to chest wall excursion in normal subjects and persons with cervical spinal cord injury. (Abstract). Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 1998 1998;9(4):20.
  24. Massery MP, Dreyer HE, Bjornson AS, Cahalin LP. Chest wall excursion and tidal volume change during passive positioning in cervical spinal cord injury. (Abstract). Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy. 1997;8(4):27.
  25. Nuzzo NA, Bronson LA, McCarthy T, Massery M. Ventilatory muscle training effect on respiratory status and functional mobility following a CVA: a case study. Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 1997;8(1):15-18.
  26. Bronson LA, Nuzzo NA, McCarthy T, Massery M. The effect of VMT on post-CVA pulmonary function and functional mobility. (Abstract). Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 1997 1997;8(4):25-26.
  27. Massery MP, Frownfelter DL. Facilitating Airway Clearance with Coughing Techniques. In: Frownfelter DL, Dean E, eds. Principles and Practice of Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy, ed. 3. St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book; 1996:367-382.
  28. Massery MP, Frownfelter DL. Facilitating Ventilatory patterns and Breathing Strategies. In: Frownfelter DL, Dean E, eds. Principles and Practice of Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy, ed. 3. St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book; 1996:383-416.
  29. Massery MP. The patient with neuromuscular or musculoskeletal dysfunction. In: Frownfelter DL, Dean E, eds. Principles and Practice of Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy, ed. 3. St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book; 1996:679-702.
  30. Massery M. Manual breathing and coughing aids. In: Bach J, Haas F, eds. Pulmonary Rehabilitation. Philadelphia, PA: WB Saunders; 1996:407-422.
  31. Massery M, Moerchen V. Coordinating transitional movements and breathing in patients with neuromotor dysfunction. NDTA Network; 1996:1-7.
  32. Massery MP, Frownfelter DL. The art of position and moving patients. In: Frownfelter DL, Dean E, eds. Principles and Practice of Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy, ed. 3. 3 ed. St. Louis, MO.: Mosby-Year Book; 1996:737-748.
  33. Nuzzo NA, Bronson LA, McCarthy T, Massery M. Respiratory muscle strength and endurance following a CVA: a pilot study. (Abstract). Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 1996 1996;7(4):22.
  34. Massery MP. What’s positioning got to do with it? Neurology Report. 1994;18(3):11-14.
  35. Massery M. (Editor).  Special Topic Issue: Cardiopulmonary Issues in Neurology. Neurology Report. 1994;18(3):7.
  36. Massery M. Enhancing geriatric functional motor performance by utilizing effective ventilatory strategies. Canadian Physiotherapy Gerontology Division Newsletter. Vol 27; 1993:6-7.
  37. Massery MP. Chest development as a component of normal motor development: implications for pediatric physical therapists. Pediatric Physical Therapy. 1991;3(1):3-8.
  38. Massery MP, Frownfelter DL. Assisted cough techniques – there’s more than one way to cough. PT Forum; 1990:1-3.
  39. Massery MP, Frownfelter DL. Consider the gravity of gravity. PT Forum; 1989:1-3.
  40. Massery M. Respiratory rehabilitation secondary to neurological deficits: understanding the deficits. In: Frownfelter D, ed. Chest Physical Therapy and Pulmonary Rehabilitation: An Interdisciplinary Approach, ed.2. Chicago: Mosby-Yearbook; 1987:499-528.
  41. Massery M. An innovative approach to assistive cough tecniques. Topics in Acute Care and Trauma Rehabilitation. 1987;1(3):73-85.
  42. Massery M. Respiratory rehabilitation secondary to neurological deficits: treatment techniques. In: Frownfelter D, ed. Chest Physical Therapy and Pulmonary Rehabilitation: An Interdisciplinary Approach, ed.2. Chicago: Mosby-Yearbook; 1987:529-562.
  43. Massery M. Respiratory rehabilitation secondary to neurological deficits: treatment progressions. In: Frownfelter D, ed. Chest Physical Therapy and Pulmonary Rehabilitation: An Interdisciplinary Approach, ed.2. Chicago: Mosby-Yearbook; 1987:563-588.