» Physical Fitness Training in Patients with Subacute Stroke (PHYS-STROKE): multicentre, randomised controlled, endpoint blinded trial
18/09/19 08:46 from Latest headlines from BMJ
AbstractObjectiveTo determine the safety and efficacy of aerobic exercise on activities of daily living in the subacute phase after stroke.DesignMulticentre, randomised controlled, endpoint blinded...

» Effect of Combined Behavioral and Physical Therapy With Surgery vs Surgery Alone for Mixed Urinary Incontinence
17/09/19 00:00 from JAMA Current Issue
This superiority trial compared behavioral and pelvic floor muscle therapy plus midurethral sling surgery with midurethral sling surgery alone in treating women with mixed urinary incontinence.

» Effect of a short message service (SMS) intervention on adherence to a physiotherapist-prescribed home exercise program for people with knee osteoarthritis and obesity: protocol for the ADHERE randomised controlled trial
14/09/19 00:00 from BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders - Latest Articles
Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is a highly prevalent condition. People with knee OA often have other co-morbidities such as obesity. Exercise is advocated in all clinical guidelines for the management of knee OA. It...

» Seven days in medicine: 4-10 September 2019
12/09/19 08:35 from Latest headlines from BMJ
Physical activity“Some exercise is good, more is better”New mothers should do a moderate amount of exercise to help them regain strength, ease back pain, and reduce the risk of gestational diabetes,...

» Responsiveness to rehabilitation of balance and gait impairment in elderly with peripheral neuropathy
11/09/19 10:16 from ScienceDirect Publication: Journal of Biomechanics
Publication date: 20 September 2019 Source: Journal of Biomechanics, Volume 94 Author(s): Antonio Caronni, Michela Picardi, Giuseppe Pintavalle, Evdoxia Aristidou, Valentina Redaelli, Paola Antoniotti, Irma Sterpi, Peppino Tropea, Massim...

» Effects of an Individualized Exercise Program Plus Behavioral Change Enhancement Strategies for Managing Fatigue in Older People Who Are Frail: Protocol for a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial
11/09/19 00:00 from Physical Therapy Advance Access
Abstract Background Although the evidence suggests that general fatigue is a strong indicator of rapid aging, frailty, and disability, general fatigue is undertreated in gerontological care. Objective The aim of this study is to investig...

» Added value of gluteus medius and quadratus lumborum dry needling in improving knee pain and function in female athletes with patellofemoral pain: a randomized clinical trial
26/08/19 00:00 from Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
To compare the effects of exercise therapy alone and exercise therapy plus gluteus medius (GM) and quadratus lumbarum (QL) dry needling on pain and function in female athletes with patellofemoral pain (PFP).

» Exercise interventions for preventing and treating low bone mass in the forearm: A systematic review and meta-analysis
26/08/19 00:00 from Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
To examine the effectiveness of exercises for improving forearm bone mass.

» Benefits of Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy in Emergency Departments: A Systematic Review
24/08/19 00:00 from Physical Therapy Current Issue
Abstract Background Over the past few decades, physical therapists have emerged as key health care providers in emergency departments (EDs), especially for patients with musculoskeletal disorders (MSKD). Purpose The purpose of this revie...

» News From the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research, September 2019
24/08/19 00:00 from Physical Therapy Current Issue

» Biomechanical model of swimming rehabilitation after hip and knee surgery
17/08/19 09:44 from ScienceDirect Publication: Journal of Biomechanics
Publication date: Available online 9 August 2019 Source: Journal of Biomechanics Author(s): Zoran Gojkovic, Tijana Ivancevic, Bojan Jovanovic Abstract As a low-to-moderate intensity rehabilitation exercise after hip and knee surgery, we ...

» Exercise Programs Delivered According to Guidelines Improve Mobility in People With Stroke: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
08/08/19 00:00 from Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
To determine if prescribing a combined aerobic and resistance training exercise program in accordance with American Stroke Association physical activity guidelines improves mobility and physical activity levels of people after stroke.

» Comparison of Rest to Aerobic Exercise and Placebo-like Treatment of Acute Sport-Related Concussion in Male and Female Adolescents
01/08/19 00:00 from Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
To compare a sample of adolescents with sport-related concussion (SRC) who were prescribed rest with 2 arms of a randomized controlled trial comparing aerobic exercise with placebo-like stretching. We also compared sex differences across...

» Associations Between Adherence to the Physical Activity and Exercise Program Applied in the LAST Study and Functional Recovery After Stroke
30/07/19 00:00 from Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
To investigate the associations between participants’ adherence to a physical activity and exercise program after stroke and functional recovery 18 months after inclusion.

» Mechanical misconceptions: Have we lost the “mechanics” in “sports biomechanics”?
21/07/19 13:05 from ScienceDirect Publication: Journal of Biomechanics
Publication date: Available online 15 July 2019 Source: Journal of Biomechanics Author(s): Andrew D. Vigotsky, Karl E. Zelik, Jason Lake, Richard N. Hinrichs Abstract Biomechanics principally stems from two disciplines, mechanics and bio...

» Effect of Psychomotricity in Combination With 3 Months of Active Shoulder Exercises in Individuals With Chronic Shoulder Pain: Primary Results From an Investigator-Blinded, Randomized, Controlled Trial
24/06/19 00:00 from Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
To evaluate whether psychomotor therapy (PMT) in combination with usual care active exercise (AE) rehabilitation for the shoulder is superior to merely AE.

» Health Competency Standards in Physical Therapist Practice
12/06/19 00:00 from Physical Therapy Current Issue
Abstract Although the physical therapist profession is the leading established, largely nonpharmacological health profession in the world and is committed to health promotion and noncommunicable disease (NCD) prevention, these have yet t...

» Is Prolonged Slow Expiration a Reproducible Airway Clearance Technique?
11/06/19 00:00 from Physical Therapy Current Issue
Abstract Background Prolonged slow expiration (PSE) is a manual chest physical therapy technique routinely performed in clinical practice. However, the reliability and agreement of the technique have not been tested. Objective The object...

» Revisiting the Case for Case Reports
11/06/19 00:00 from Physical Therapy Current Issue
Over the past 40 years, case reports and case series have fallen out of favor as manuscripts deemed appropriate for submission and publication within health sciences journals, 1 , 2 likely because they reside among the lowest levels of e...

» Recognizing and Effectively Managing Hypermobility-Related Conditions
03/06/19 00:00 from Physical Therapy Current Issue
Abstract Hypermobility spectrum disorder (HSD) and hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (hEDS) can cause widespread or chronic pain, fatigue, and proprioceptive and coordination deficits resulting in functional restrictions. These conditio...

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