Jose Antonio Exposito-Tirado

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INTRODUCTION The surgery for herniated disc is the most common operation at the level of the lumbar spine. The failed surgery rates range between 10% and 40%, conforming what is known as Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS). Return to work after surgery occurs in 70-85% of the cases. There are a few studies analysing the quality of life after the operation.(More)
OBJECTIVES To compare the effectiveness of a daily home-based facial exercise therapy with a supervised rehabilitation technique for the treatment of postoperative facial dysfunction in patients undergoing conventional superficial parotidectomy. DESIGN Prospective, randomized trial, controlled. SETTING Surgery and Rehabilitation Units, university(More)
INTRODUCTION The consequences of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are devastating, whether it is in the personal, family, health care or social spheres. Sufferers will have to follow a rehabilitation programme in which we are going to be faced with a large number of medical, neurological and orthopaedic problems that will exert an influence on that programme.(More)
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