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Christophe Demoulin

Christophe Demoulin
Department of Sport and Rehabilitation Sciences
University of Liege 


Dr. Christophe Demoulin was born in 1979 in Liege (Belgium). He is currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Sport and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Liege (Belgium); his main academic responsibilities include research and instruction about spine rehabilitation. He also works as a part-time physiotherapist in the Spine Center of the Liege University Hospital Center. His PhD (2008) was about the assessment and rehabilitation of patients with chronic low back pain. He is the author or coauthor of 26 papers published in international journals with impact factor and works as a reviewer for more than 20 scientific journals. His professional interests include back pain, multidisciplinary rehabilitation for chronic pain, muscular assessment, pain-related fears, clinimetric properties and cryotherapy.

Research Interest

• Low back pain • Fibromyalgia • Multidisciplinary rehabilitation • Muscular assessment • Pain-related fears and maladaptive beliefs • Cervical pain • Electrophysiotherapy • Clinimetric properties • Cryotherapy