Fábio Navarro Cyrillo

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BACKGROUND Back School and McKenzie methods are popular active treatment approaches that include both exercises and information for patients with chronic nonspecific low back pain. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of Back School and McKenzie methods in patients with chronic nonspecific low back pain. DESIGN The study(More)
BACKGROUND Chronic low back pain is a highly prevalent condition, which is associated with high direct and indirect costs to the society. Although this condition is highly prevalent, it is still extremely difficult to treat. Two potentially useful treatments for patients with chronic low back pain are called the McKenzie and Back School treatment programs.(More)
BACKGROUND Chronic non-specific low back pain is both a health and a socio-economic problem which is associated with disability as well as with emotional distress. The Mckenzie and Back School's techniques have been shown to be effective in the treatment of this condition. OBJECTIVES to perform a preliminary analysis of the effects of these treatments in(More)
Background: Chronic non-specific low back pain is both a health and a socio-economic problem which is associated with disability as well as with emotional distress. The Mckenzie and Back School’s techniques have been shown to be effective in the treatment of this condition. Objectives: To perform a preliminary analysis of the effects of these treatments in(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of using virtual reality games in addition to conventional rehabilitation on balance and mobility of subjects with stroke. The study included 10 subjects with chronic hemiparesis that were divided into two groups, Virtual Reality Group (VRG) and Control Group (CG). The VRG participated in interventions(More)
PURPOSE To analyze rectus femoris activity during seated to standing position and walking in water and on dry land comparing a group of children with the spastic diparesis type of cerebral palsy (CP) and a group of children without neurological disorders. METHODS This study included a group of nine children with CP and a control group of 11 children. The(More)
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