Amarlie Moore

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AIM This study investigated the effects of a theme-based ('magic') variation of the hand-arm bimanual intensive therapy programme, in two different countries, in improving activity performance for children with hemiplegia, including those with severe movement restrictions. METHOD Twenty-three children with spastic hemiplegia (13 males, 10 females; mean(More)
CONTEXT Previous studies of menopausal age and length of reproductive life on bone are limited by retrospective reproductive histories, being cross-sectional, or lacking gold standard bone technologies or information on hormone replacement therapy (HRT) or surgical treatment. OBJECTIVE The objective of the study was to investigate age at menopause, length(More)
Many persons with traumatic brain injury (TBI) are young adults who, prior to their TBI, were in paid employment. Psychosocial outcome after TBI, for many, remains poor. This includes low rates of return to pre-injury work or education, among others. This qualitative study explored the experience of return to work (RTW) rehabilitation with 10 individuals(More)
OBJECTIVE To derive a multivariable diagnostic model for symptomatic midfoot osteoarthritis (OA). METHODS Information on potential risk factors and clinical manifestations of symptomatic midfoot OA was collected using a health survey and standardised clinical examination of a population-based sample of 274 adults aged ≥50 years with midfoot pain.(More)
For three consecutive days, four groups of adult cockroaches (Periplaneta americana) were yoked to cockroaches receiving escapable shock. The four groups of subjects received either inescapable shock followed by exposure to 12 minutes of cold (2 degrees C), inescapable shock followed by no exposure to cold, no-shock followed by exposure to cold, or no-shock(More)
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