Dr. Jeff Hebert, CCRF-NBHRF Musculoskeletal Research Chair
Dr. Hebert is a Professor at UNB Fredericton in the Faculty of Kinesiology. He was previously Associate Dean (Research) in the School of Psychology and Exercise Science from Murdoch University in Australia.
In addition to his clinical training, Dr. Hebert earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology (University of Denver) and PhD in Exercise Science (University of Utah). Before pursuing an academic career, he worked as an outpatient and hospital-based clinician in multidisciplinary environments including pain, sports medicine, and spine surgery.
Some of our collaborative publications:
Hebert JJ, Abraham E, Wedderkopp N, Bigney E, Richardson E, Darling M, Hall H, Fisher C, Rampersaud R, Thomas K, Jacobs B, Johnson M, Paquet J, Attabib N, Jarzem P, Wai E, Rasoulinejad P, Ahn H, Nataraj A, Stratton A, Manson N. Patients undergoing surgery for lumbar spinal stenosis experience unique courses of pain and disability: a group-based trajectory analysis. PLOS ONE.
Hebert JJ, Klakk H, Franz C, Sénéchal M, Manson N, Wedderkopp N. Spinal pain is prospectively associated with cardiovascular risk factors in girls but not boys (CHAMPS Study-DK). European Spine Journal.
Hebert JJ, Leboeuf-Yde C, Franz C, Lardon A, Hestbæk L, Manson N, Wedderkopp N. Pubertal development and growth are prospectively associated with spinal pain in young people (CHAMPS Study-DK). European Spine Journal.