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Effect of concurrent strength and endurance training on skeletal muscle properties and hormone concentrations in humans
- G. Bell, D. Syrotuik, T. Martin, R. Burnham, H. Quinney
- BiologyEuropean Journal of Applied Physiology
- 11 February 2000
Findings would support the contention that combined strength and endurance training can suppress some of the adaptations to strength training and augment some aspects of capillarization in skeletal muscle.
A Clinical Tool for Office Assessment of Lumbar Spine Stabilization Endurance: Prone and Supine Bridge Maneuvers
- K. Schellenberg, J. M. Lang, K. M. Chan, R. Burnham
- Medicine, PsychologyAmerican Journal of Physical Medicine…
- 1 May 2007
Bridging maneuvers seem to be practical, reliable, and valid methods of reflecting lumbar spine–stabilization endurance capability.
Shoulder pain in wheelchair athletes
- R. Burnham, L. May, E. Nelson, R. Steadward, D. Reid
- Medicine, EducationAmerican Journal of Sports Medicine
- 1 March 1993
It is concluded that shoulder muscle imbalance, with comparative weak ness of the humeral head depressors (rotators and adductors), may be a factor in the development and perpetuation of rotator cuff impingement syndrome in wheelchair athletes.
Skeletal muscle fibre type transformation following spinal cord injury
- R. Burnham, T. Martin, R. Stein, G. Bell, I. Maclean, R. Steadward
- MedicineSpinal Cord
- 1 February 1997
It is demonstrated that post SCI muscle type II transformation occurs in stages and commences earlier than previously appreciated, and interventions aimed at preventing or minimizing the transformation would need to be instituted within weeks postSCI.
An Alternate Method of Radiofrequency Neurotomy of the Sacroiliac Joint: A Pilot Study of the Effect on Pain, Function, and Satisfaction
Histochemical changes in muscle of individuals with spinal cord injury following functional electrical stimulated exercise training
FES leg cycle ergometer training results in proportional increases in fibre area and capillary number in individuals with SCI, and capillarization expressed relative to fibre area was unchanged with training.
Functional electrical stimulation effect on orthostatic hypotension after spinal cord injury.
Three Types of Skin-Surface Thermometers: A Comparison of Reliability, Validity, and Responsiveness
For the purposes of clinical electrodiagnostic laboratory and other physiatry applications, the performance of the infrared thermometers is equal to or superior to that of the traditionally used thermistor.
Quantitative MR imaging of carpal tunnel syndrome.
- K. Monagle, G. Dai, A. Chu, R. Burnham, R. E. Snyder
- MedicineAJR. American journal of roentgenology
- 1 June 1999
The only statistically significant differences found between patients with carpal Tunnel syndrome and asymptomatic subjects were that the median nerve was approximately 50% larger within and proximal to the carpal tunnel in patients withcarpal tunnel syndrome and palmar bowing of the flexor retinaculum occurred in patients only at the level of the hamate.
Improved glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity after electrical stimulation-assisted cycling in people with spinal cord injury
It is suggested that exercise with ES-assisted cycling is beneficial for the prevention and treatment of Type 2 diabetes mellitus in people with SCI.