Paul W. Ackermann
Paul W. Ackermann
Professor, Karolinska Institutet, Specialist in orthopedic surgery, Karolinska University
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Pronociceptive and antinociceptive neuromediators in patellar tendinopathy
Ø Lian, J Dahl, PW Ackermann, F Frihagen, L Engebretsen, R Bahr
The American journal of sports medicine 34 (11), 1801-1808, 2006
Tendinopathy in sport
PW Ackermann, P Renström
Sports health 4 (3), 193-201, 2012
Neuronal plasticity in relation to nociception and healing of rat achilles tendon
PW Ackermann, J Li, T Lundeberg, A Kreicbergs
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 21 (3), 432-441, 2003
Increased fracture risk in patients with rheumatic disorders and other inflammatory diseases—a case-control study with 53,108 patients with fracture
RJ Weiss, MC Wick, PW Ackermann, SM Montgomery
The Journal of rheumatology 37 (11), 2247-2250, 2010
Tendon injuries
N Maffulli, P Renström, WB Leadbetter
Springer-Verlag New York Incorporated, 2005
Early nerve regeneration after Achilles tendon rupture—a prerequisite for healing? A study in the rat
PW Ackermann, M Ahmed, A Kreicbergs
Journal of orthopaedic research 20 (4), 849-856, 2002
Sports massage after eccentric exercise
S Jönhagen, P Ackermann, T Eriksson, T Saartok, PAFH Renström
The American journal of sports medicine 32 (6), 1499-1503, 2004
Autonomic innervation of tendons, ligaments and joint capsules. A morphologic and quantitative study in the rat
PW Ackermann, J Li, A Finn, M Ahmed, A Kreicbergs
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 19 (3), 372-378, 2001
Meta-analysis and suggested guidelines for prevention of venous thromboembolism (VTE) in foot and ankle surgery
JDF Calder, R Freeman, E Domeij-Arverud, CN van Dijk, PW Ackermann
Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 24, 1409-1420, 2016
Joint immobilization reduces the expression of sensory neuropeptide receptors and impairs healing after tendon rupture in a rat model
DKI Bring, C Reno, P Renstrom, P Salo, DA Hart, PW Ackermann
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 27 (2), 274-280, 2009
Functional weight-bearing mobilization after Achilles tendon rupture enhances early healing response: a single-blinded randomized controlled trial
KP Valkering, S Aufwerber, F Ranuccio, E Lunini, G Edman, ...
Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy 25, 1807-1816, 2017
Type 2 diabetes impairs tendon repair after injury in a rat model
AS Ahmed, N Schizas, J Li, M Ahmed, CG Östenson, P Salo, C Hewitt, ...
Journal of applied physiology 113 (11), 1784-1791, 2012
Physical activity modulates nerve plasticity and stimulates repair after Achilles tendon rupture
DKI Bring, A Kreicbergs, PAFH Renstrom, PW Ackermann
Journal of orthopaedic research 25 (2), 164-172, 2007
Anti-inflammatory cytokine profile in early human tendon repair
PW Ackermann, E Domeij-Arverud, P Leclerc, P Amoudrouz, GA Nader
Knee surgery, sports traumatology, arthroscopy 21, 1801-1806, 2013
Neuronal regulation of tendon homoeostasis
PW Ackermann
International journal of experimental pathology 94 (4), 271-286, 2013
Forward lunge: a training study of eccentric exercises of the lower limbs
S Jönhagen, P Ackermann, T Saartok
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 23 (3), 972-978, 2009
Sensory neuropeptidergic pattern in tendon, ligament and joint capsule. A study in the rat
PW Ackermann, A Finn, M Ahmed
Neuroreport 10 (10), 2055-2060, 1999
Intermittent pneumatic compression reduces the risk of deep vein thrombosis during post-operative lower limb immobilisation: a prospective randomised trial of acute ruptures of …
E Domeij-Arverud, F Labruto, A Latifi, G Nilsson, G Edman, ...
The bone & joint journal 97 (5), 675-680, 2015
Neuronal pathways in tendon healing
PW Ackermann, PT Salo, DA Hart
Front Biosci 14, 5165-5187, 2009
Does rehabilitation matter in patients with femoral neck fracture and cognitive impairment? A prospective study of 246 patients
AN Al-Ani, L Flodin, A Söderqvist, P Ackermann, E Samnegård, N Dalén, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 91 (1), 51-57, 2010
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