Association of sagittal spinal alignment with thickness and echo intensity of lumbar back muscles in middle-aged and elderly women.
Functional performance of female patients more than 6 months after total hip arthroplasty shows greater improvement with weight-bearing exercise than with non-weight-bearing exercise. Randomized…
- R. Tsukagoshi, H. Tateuchi, N. Ichihashi
- MedicineEuropean Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation…
- 22 July 2014
WB and NWB home exercise programs were both effective for improving functional performance and muscle strength in women after THA, but the WB exercise was more effective than the NWB exercise for improving sit-to-stand ability and walking endurance.
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…
Effects of two stretching methods on shoulder range of motion and muscle stiffness in baseball players with posterior shoulder tightness: a randomized controlled trial.
The effects of a 4-week static stretching programme on the individual muscles comprising the hamstrings
The results suggest that SS intervention has chronic effects on reducing hardness of the hamstring muscle components, especially the SM muscle.
The effect of trunk rotation during shoulder exercises on the activity of the scapular muscle and scapular kinematics.
Relationship Between Balance Recovery From a Forward Fall and Lower-Limb Rate of Torque Development
It is suggested that some of the early RTD in the lower limb muscles, but not the maximum isometric torque, can predict the maximum recoverable lean angle.
Effect of balance exercise in combination with whole-body vibration on muscle activity of the stepping limb during a forward fall in older women: a randomized controlled pilot study.
Quantity and Quality of the Lower Extremity Muscles in Women with Knee Osteoarthritis.
Relative mobility of the pelvis and spine during trunk axial rotation in chronic low back pain patients: A case-control study
CLBP patients had relative hyper rotational mobility of the spine as well as excessive spinal extension coupled with trunk rotation, suggesting that uncoordinated trunk rotation might be a functional failure associated with CLBP.