Book chapters

Burton, K. The psychosocial flags framework: overcoming obstacles to work. In O'Dowd, J. and Hlavsova, A. (eds), Current Thinking in Back Pain Management, The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection, Henry Stewart Talks Ltd, London (online at http://hstalks.com/?t=BL1983919-Burton), 2015

Burton K, Kendall N. Musculoskeletal disorders. In Snashall D, Patel, D Eds. ABC of occupational and environmental medicine, 3rd edition. Oxford, Willey-Blackwell - BMJ Books, 2012, 45-50

Main CJ, Burton K. Engaging patients in their own care for back care: the role of education and advice in the prevention of chronic pain and disability. In Hasenbring MI, Rusu AC, Turk DC. From acute to chronic back pain: risk factors, mechanisms, and clinical implications. Oxford, Oxford University press, 2012, 433-452

Waddell G, Burton AK, Aylward M. A biopsychosocial model of sickness and disability. The Guides Newsletter, Chicago, American Medical Association, 2008; May/June: 1-13

Burton AK, Kendall NAS, Pearce BG, Birrell LN, Bainbridge LC. Management of work-relevant upper limb disorders. In Bust P, Ed. Contemporary Ergonomics 2008, London, Taylor & Francis, 2008, 425-430

Burton AK, Waddell G, Main CJ. Beliefs and obstacles in low back pain. In Halligan P, Aylward M, Eds. The power of belief. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2006

Burton K, Waddell G. Risk factors for back pain. In Waddell G, The back pain revolution, 2nd edition. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, 2004: 91-113

.Waddell G, Burton K. Information and advice for patients. In Waddell G, The back pain revolution, 2nd edition. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, 2004: 323-342.

Waddell G, Burton K. Occupational health guidelines. In Waddell G, The back pain revolution, 2nd edition. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, 2004: 343-369

Burton AK. Physische belastung und psychosoziale faktoren bei rückenschmerzen. In Wilke H-J, ErgoMechanics: Interdisziplinarer congress Wirbelsäulenforschung - Grammer GmbH. Aachen, Shaker Verlag 2004: 36-51

Bartys S, Burton K, Wright I, Mackay C, Watson P, Main C. The influence of psychosocial risk factors on absence due to musculoskeletal disorders. In McCabe PT, Ed. Contemporary Ergonomics 2003. London, Taylor & Francis, 2003: 47-52.

Burton AK, Waddell G. Educational and informational approaches. In Linton SJ, Ed. New avenues for the prevention and management of chronic musculoskeletal pain and disability. Pain research and clinical management, Vol 12. Amsterdam, Elsevier Science, 2002: 245-258.

Bartys S, Burton K, Wright I, Mackay C, Watson P, Main C. Organisational obstacles to recovery (black flags) from musculoskeletal disorders. In McCabe PT, Ed. Contemporary Ergonomics 2002. London, Taylor & Francis, 2002: 112-116.

Burton AK, Tillotson M, Cleary J. Single-blind randomised controlled trial of chemonucleolysis and manipulation in the treatment of symptomatic lumbar disc herniation. In Gunzburg R, Szpalski M, Eds. Lumbar disc herniation. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002: 142-150

Bartys S, Tillotson M, Burton K, Main C, Watson P, Wright I, Mackay C. Are occupational psychosocial factors related to back pain and sickness absence? In Hanson M, Ed. Contemporary Ergonomics 2001. London, Taylor & Francis, 2001: 23-28

McClune T, Burton AK. A role for manipulative management of the degenerative or inflammatory cervical spine? In Szpalski M, Gunzburg R, Eds. The degenerative cervical spine. Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001: 143-149

Bartys S, Main CJ, Burton AK. Pain management in occupational settings. In Main CJ, Spanswick, Pain management: an interdisciplinary approach. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, 2000, 403-418

Main CJ, Burton AK. Economic and occupational influences on pain and disability. In Main CJ, Spanswick, Pain management: an interdisciplinary approach. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, 2000, 63-88

McClune T, Walker C, Burton K. Osteopathic management of thoracic pain. In Giles L, Singer K, Eds. The Clinical Anatomy and Management of Back Pain Series, Vol 3: Clinical anatomy and management of thoracic back pain. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000, 257-267

Burton AK, Main CJ. Obstacles to recovery from work-related musculoskeletal disorders. In: Karwowski W, Ed. International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors. London: Taylor & Francis, 2000

Burton AK, Main CJ. Relevances of biomechanics in occupational musculoskeletal disorders. In: Mayer TG, Gatchel RJ, Polatin PB, Eds. Occupational musculoskeletal disorders: Function, outcomes and evidence. Philadelphia: Lippincott - Raven, 2000: 157-166

Burton K, Leivseth G. Manipulative therapy. In: Szpalski M, Gunzburg R, Pope MH, Eds. Lumbar segmental instability. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1998: 153-158

Main C, Burton AK. Pain mechanisms. In: McCaig R, Harrington M, Eds. The changing face of occupational health. London: Health & Safety Executive, 1998: 233-253

Battié MC, Main CJ, Burton AK. Back pain in the workplace: implications of injury and biopsychosocial models. In Karwowski W, Marras W, Eds. The Occupational Ergonomics Handbook. Boca Raton, CRC Press, 1998: 1381-1394

Main CJ, Burton AK, Battié MC. The influence of psychosocial factors on sickness absence. In Karwowski W, Marras W, Eds. The Occupational Ergonomics Handbook. Boca Raton, CRC Press, 1998: 1359-1380

Burton AK, Battié MC, Main CJ. The relative importance of biomechanical and psychosocial factors in low back injuries. In Karwowski W, Marras W, Eds. The Occupational Ergonomics Handbook. Boca Raton, CRC Press, 1998: 1127-1138

Burton AK. Stephen Pheasant Memorial Symposium: The role of psychosocial factors. In Hanson MA, Ed. Contemporary Ergonomics 1998. London: Taylor & Francis, 1998: 30-34

McClune T, Clarke R, Walker C, Burton K. Osteopathic management of mechanical low back pain. In Giles L, Singer K, Eds. The Clinical Anatomy and Management of Back Pain Series, Vol 1: Clinical anatomy and management of low back pain. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, 1997: 358-368

Burton AK. Osteopathy in the workplace: the potential for reducing back trouble absence. In Jayson MIV, Ed. Occupational low back pain. University of Manchester / HSE, 1994

Burton AK, Tillotson KM, Getty CJM, Troup JDG. Pain provoking clinical tests as prognostic indicators in LBT; a basis for classification?. In, Fairbank JCT, Pynsent PB, Eds. Back Pain: classification of syndromes. Manchester, MUP, 1991: 145-154

Burton AK, Getty CJM. Differences between 'orthopaedic' and 'osteopathic' patients with low back trouble - implications for selecting patients for rehabilitation. In, Roland M, Jenner JR, Eds. Back Pain : new approaches to management. Manchester: MUP,1989 :166-73.

Burton AK. Regional lumbar sagittal mobility and back trouble. In, Bergman G, Kolbel R, Rohlman A, Eds. Biomechanics : Basic and Applied Research. Dordrecht : Nijhof, 1987 : 485-90.

Burton AK. Regional lumbar sagittal mobility related to back pain : a pilot study. In Hukins DWL, Mulholland RC, Eds. Back Pain : New Methods for Clinical Investigation and Assessment. Manchester, MUP, 1986 : 16-22.

Burton AK. Measurement of regional lumbar sagittal mobility and posture by means of a flexible curve. In, Corlett N, Wilson J, Manenica I, Eds. The Ergonomics of Working Postures. London : Taylor & Francis, 1986 : 92-99.