Comparison of Three Non-Invasive Transcranial Electrical Stimulation Methods for Increasing Cortical Excitability
- Yasuto Inukai, Kei Saito, H. Onishi
- BiologyFrontiers in Human Neuroscience
- 27 December 2016
It is suggested that tRNS is the most effective tES method and should be considered as part of a treatment plan for improving motor function in stroke patients.
Association of low back pain with muscle stiffness and muscle mass of the lumbar back muscles, and sagittal spinal alignment in young and middle‐aged medical workers
- Mitsuhiro Masaki, T. Aoyama, N. Ichihashi
- Medicine, BiologyClinical Biomechanics
- 1 November 2017
Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation With Gamma Oscillations Over the Primary Motor Cortex and Cerebellar Hemisphere Improved Visuomotor Performance
- S. Miyaguchi, N. Otsuru, H. Onishi
- Biology, PsychologyFrontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience
- 5 July 2018
For subjects with poorer motor performance, tACS with gamma oscillations applied over the M1 and contralateral cerebellar hemisphere improved their performance, and those who performed poorly in the sham condition made significantly fewer errors with M1-Cerebellum tACs.
Effect of noisy galvanic vestibular stimulation on center of pressure sway of static standing posture
- Yasuto Inukai, N. Otsuru, H. Onishi
- MedicineBrain Stimulation
- 28 February 2018
Association of sagittal spinal alignment with thickness and echo intensity of lumbar back muscles in middle-aged and elderly women.
- Mitsuhiro Masaki, T. Ikezoe, N. Ichihashi
- MedicineArchives of gerontology and geriatrics (Print)
- 1 September 2015
Effect of noisy galvanic vestibular stimulation in community-dwelling elderly people: a randomised controlled trial
- Yasuto Inukai, Mitsuhiro Masaki, H. Onishi
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation
- 3 July 2018
NGVS decreases the COP sway path length and mean velocity of community-dwelling elderly people when standing with open eyes, suggesting that nGVS could be effective for treating balance dysfunction in the elderly.
Electromyographic analysis of training to selectively strengthen the lumbar multifidus muscle: effects of different lifting directions and weight loading of the extremities during quadruped upper and…
- Mitsuhiro Masaki, H. Tateuchi, R. Tsukagoshi, S. Ibuki, N. Ichihashi
- MedicineJournal of Manipulative and Physiological…
- 1 February 2015
Correlation between movement complexity during static standing and balance function in institutionalized older adults
- M. Yamagata, T. Ikezoe, Midori Kamiya, Mitsuhiro Masaki, N. Ichihashi
- EducationClinical Interventions in Aging
- 8 March 2017
It was found that lower SampEn in the sagittal plane was related to a higher balance function, which suggests that older adults utilized body rigidity to maintain postural stability as a compensative strategy.
Regulation of primary motor cortex excitability by repetitive passive finger movement frequency
- R. Sasaki, M. Nakagawa, H. Onishi
- 15 August 2017
Effects of the trunk position on muscle stiffness that reflects elongation of the lumbar erector spinae and multifidus muscles: an ultrasonic shear wave elastography study
- Mitsuhiro Masaki, X. Ji, Taishi Yamauchi, H. Tateuchi, N. Ichihashi
- Medicine, BiologyEuropean Journal of Applied Physiology
- 12 February 2019
The results of the present study suggest that the lumbar erector spinae muscle is stretched effectively in the position adding trunk contralateral lateral flexion to flexion and the shear elastic modulus was significantly higher than that in the Rest, Flexion, or Flexion-Rotation 1 positions.