Does 12 weeks of regular standing prevent loss of ankle mobility and bone mineral density in people with recent spinal cord injuries?

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of a 12-week standing program on ankle mobility and femur bone mineral density in patients with lower limb paralysis following recent spinal cord injury. An assessor-blinded within-subject randomised controlled trial was undertaken. Twenty patients with lower limb paralysis following a recent spinal… (More)

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@article{Ben2005Does1W, title={Does 12 weeks of regular standing prevent loss of ankle mobility and bone mineral density in people with recent spinal cord injuries?}, author={Marsha Ben and Lisa Anne Harvey and Sophie G Denis and Joanne Valentina Glinsky and Gerlinde Goehl and Shane Chee and Robert D. Herbert}, journal={The Australian journal of physiotherapy}, year={2005}, volume={51 4}, pages={251-6} }