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Mark Hancock is a Professor of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, Macquarie University. He has over 20 years of clinical experience as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist working in a primary care setting. Mark now works primarily as an academic/researcher, but continues part time clinical work. His research focuses on the diagnosis and management of back pain.

Mark completed his PhD at the University of Sydney in 2007. He has published over 140 peer reviewed papers and received over $7 million in funding to support his research. He has published in leading medical journals (e.g. NEJM, Lancet and BMJ and discipline specific journals (e.g. Spine and Journal of Physiotherapy). His work has been accompanied by editorials and received wide media attention. Professor Hancock is a member of the associate editorial board for the Cochrane Back Review Group and Journal of Physiotherapy board member.

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Healthcare expenditure and its predictors in a cohort of Australians living with sciatica

Chye, A., Lin, C. W. C., Hancock, M. J., Harris, I., Latimer, J., Maher, C. G., McLachlan, A. J., Mathieson, S., Koes, B., Day, R. O., Billot, L., Jan, S. & Angell, B., 24 Sep 2020, In : European Spine Journal. 8 p.

Macquarie University

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  • Prevention and treatment of low back pain: evidence, challenges, and promising directions

    Lancet Low Back Pain Series Working Group, 9 Jun 2018, In : The Lancet. 391, 10137, p. 2368-2383 16 p.

    Macquarie University

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  • What low back pain is and why we need to pay attention

    Lancet Low Back Pain Series Working Group, Jun 2018, In : The Lancet. 391, 10137, p. 2356-2367 12 p.

    Macquarie University

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