Dr Stanley Innes
B App Sc (Chiropractic). M Psych.

Lecturer in Rehabilitation and Physical Therapies

About me

I graduated from RMIT Melbourne in 1982 and worked in private practice for the following 32 years in outer eastern Melbourne. During that time I developed an interest in the broader aspects of musculoskeletal medicine and qualified as a Clinical Psychologist from LaTrobe University in 2002. During those years I have been actively involved in the Chiropractic profession through participation in the Victorian Chiropractors Registration Board, the Chiropractic and Osteopathic College of Australia (COCA), the state work insuring agent providing independent medical examinations and state appointed Medical Panel opinions relating to worker entitlements.

Teaching area

I am appointed as Lecturer in Rehabilitaion and Physical Therapies

Research areas

I am interested in persistent / chronic pain and the construction of evidence based and effective interventions for manual therapists.

Publications

Journals

  • Innes, S., Leboeuf-Yde, C., Walker, B., (2017), The relationship between intolerance of uncertainty in chiropractic students and their treatment intervention choices, Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, 25, 1, pages -.
  • Theroux, J., Stomski, N., Innes, S., Ballard, A., Khadra, C., Labelle, H., Le May, S., (2017), Revisiting the psychometric properties of the Scoliosis Research Society-22 (SRS-22) French version, Scoliosis and Spinal Disorders, 12, 21, pages 1 - 7.
  • Innes, S., (2016), The relationship between levels of resilience and coping styles in chiropractic students and perceived levels of stress and well-being, The Journal of Chiropractic Education: promoting excellence in chiropractic education, 31, 1, pages 1 - 7.
  • Meyer, A., Stomski, N., Innes, S., Armson, A., (2016), VARK learning preferences and mobile anatomy software application use in pre-clinical chiropractic students, Anatomical Sciences Education, 9, 3, pages 247 - 254.
  • Meyer, A., Stomski, N., Innes, S., Armson, A., (2016), Student performance on practical gross anatomy examinations is not affected by assessment modality, Anatomical Sciences Education, 9, 2, pages 111 - 120.
  • Innes, S., Leboeuf-Yde, C., Walker, B., (2016), Similarities and differences of a selection of key accreditation standards between chiropractic councils on education: A systematic review, Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, 24, 1, pages Article 46 -.
  • Innes, S., Leboeuf-Yde, C., Walker, B., (2016), How comprehensively is evidence-based practice represented in councils on chiropractic education (CCE) educational standards: A systematic audit, Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, 24, 0, pages 0 - 0.
  • Innes, S., Leboeuf-Yde, C., Walker, B., (2016), Similarities and differences of graduate entry-level competencies of chiropractic councils on education: a systematic review, Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, 24, 0, pages 0 - 0.
  • Innes, S., Werth, P., Tuchin, P., Graham, P., (2015), Attitudes and beliefs of Australian chiropractors' about managing back pain: a cross-sectional study, Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, 23, 0, pages 0 - 0.
  • Innes, S., Cameron, M., (2013), A Commentary - The Role of Therapeutic Alliance in Physical and Manual Therapies, Chiropractic Journal of Australia, 43, 1, pages 23 - 25.
  •  Innes, S., Persistent Pain; A Review. Chiropr J Aust 1998; 28:83-90
  • Innes, S., Psychosocial factors and their role in chronic pain: A brief review of development and current status. Chirop & Osteop. 2005 Apr 27;13(1):6.
  • Williams S., & Innes, S., Burnout among chiropractic practitioners: real or imagined an exploratory study protocol. Chiropractic & Manual Therapies 2012, 20:4 (27 February 2012)
  • Innes, S., Cameron, M., A Commentary – The Role of Therapeutic Alliance in Physical and Manual Therapies. Chiropr J Aust 2013;43:25-7