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Effects of thermal therapy in improving the passive range of knee motion: comparison of cold and superficial heat applications
  • Y. H. Lin
  • Medicine
  • Clinical rehabilitation
  • 1 June 2003
Objective: To assess the effect of applying a hot pack followed by a cold pack (COLD) on the passive range of knee flexion in subjects with restricted knee motion, specifically comparing thisExpand
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The effect of lifting and lowering an external load on repositioning error of trunk flexion-extension in subjects with and without low back pain
Objective: To determine whether the repositioning error of trunk flexion-extension in individuals with low back pain is different from that in those not experiencing low back pain when lifting andExpand
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The effects of muscle fatigue and proprioceptive deficits on the passive joint senses of ankle inversion and eversion
Objective: To investigate whether muscle fatigue of ankle invertors and evertors reduces the ability to detect inversion and eversion angles in subjects with an ankle proprioceptive deficit. Design:Expand
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