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Response to upper-limb robotics and functional neuromuscular stimulation following stroke.
  • J. Daly, N. Hogan, R. Ruff
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Journal of rehabilitation research and…
  • 1 November 2005
Twelve moderately to severely involved chronic stroke survivors (>12 mo) were randomized to one of two treatments: robotics and motor learning (ROB-ML) or functional neuromuscular stimulation and
Combined Effect of End Range Mobilization (ERM) and Mobilization with Movement (MWM) Techniques on Range of Motion and Disability in Frozen Shoulder Patients: A Randomized Clinical Trial
It was concluded that the combination manual therapy (ERM+MWM) should be incorporated in the treatment protocol of frozen shoulder patients to achieve better gain in the ROM & SPADI scores.
Efficacy of an eccentric osteopathic manipulation treatment in somatic tinnitus
The craniosacral osteopathic manipulation was performed on a 30-year-old female case who presented with the complaint of buzzing and hissing in the right ear accompanied by the stiffness in the head and neck.
The Safety of Hand and Upper-Extremity Surgical Procedures at a Freestanding Ambulatory Surgery Center: A Review of 28,737 Cases.
The review showing few adverse events, no deaths, and no wrong-site surgical procedures supports the view that hand and upper-extremity surgical procedures can be completed safely in the outpatient setting at a freestanding ambulatory surgery center.
AN ABJS BEST PAPER: Analysis of Anatomic Periarticular Tibial Plate Fit on Normal Adults
Recognizing and understanding the substantial variations in fit that exist between anatomically contoured plates and the tibia may help lead to a more stable fixation and prevent malreduction of the fracture and/or soft tissue impingement.
Vertical Tears of the Lateral Meniscus
Biomechanical evidence supports treating vertical lateral meniscus tears with meniscal-sparing techniques as opposed to meniscectomy, which may lead to progressive degenerative joint disease from altered joint biomechanics.
In Vivo Analysis of the Isolated Posterior Cruciate Ligament–Deficient Knee During Functional Activities
Changes in knee kinematics due to isolated PCL injuries were highly activity dependent and the finding that different activities create different degrees of instability may have important implications for rehabilitation and activity limitations for PCL-deficient individuals.