Ricardo Matias

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Emerging evidence suggests that scapular-focused therapeutic exercises hold promise for shoulder dynamic stability retraining. While recent findings show that therapeutic exercises can alter scapular neuromuscular function measured with muscle electromyography, no study has yet addressed the effects of kinematic biofeedback for improving scapulothoracic(More)
To my parents and grandparents vi Acknowledgements This chapter in my life would not have been possible without all the emotional and scientific support of many people who have accompanied my route through these last years. First, I would like to demonstrate my sincere gratitude to my advisor, Professor Hugo Gamboa, for the opportunity he gave me. I am very(More)
Three-dimensional (3D) kinematic biofeedback can help identify scapular movement disorders and assist the subjects' motor relearning process by facilitating changes in physiological and biomechanical function through real-time knowledge of performance and result during or immediately after a task execution. This study assessed the effectiveness of 3D(More)
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