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The development of evidence-informed physical activity guidelines for adults with spinal cord injury
People with SCI, clinicians, researchers and fitness programmers are encouraged to adopt these rigorously developed guidelines to improve physical fitness in people with spinal cord injury.
Leisure time physical activity in a population-based sample of people with spinal cord injury part I: demographic and injury-related correlates.
Maturation Of Postural Sway In Young Children
The results confirm and extend the previously established view that children use visual information to control balance in a manner different from that of adults, and that it is not until after the age of seven years that adult‐like balance‐control strategies begin to appear.
Clinical correlates of elevated serum concentrations of cytokines and autoantibodies in patients with spinal cord injury.
Knee joint effusion and quadriceps reflex inhibition in man.
- J. D. Spencer, K. Hayes, I. Alexander
- Medicine, BiologyArchives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
- 1 April 1984
This study was designed to elucidate the role of effusion in producing the reflex inhibition, and subsequent atrophy, of quadriceps musculature following knee trauma. In particular, consideration was…
Leisure time physical activity in a population-based sample of people with spinal cord injury part II: activity types, intensities, and durations.
Neck flexor muscle strength, efficiency, and relaxation times in normal subjects and subjects with unilateral neck pain and headache.
Greater daily leisure time physical activity is associated with lower chronic disease risk in adults with spinal cord injury.
- A. Buchholz, K. M. Martin Ginis, D. Wolfe
- MedicineApplied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism…
- 25 July 2009
Greater daily LTPA is associated with lower levels of selected CVD and type 2 diabetes risk factors in individuals living with SCI, and whether this relationship translates into a lower incidence of these chronic diseases has yet to be determined.
Electrical stimulation therapy increases rate of healing of pressure ulcers in community-dwelling people with spinal cord injury.
Intermittent catheterization practices following spinal cord injury: a national survey.
The survey identifies existing IC practices and confirms previous reports of UTI rate being dependent on frequency of catheterization and reduced infection rates in individuals using hydrophilic catheters.