Muscle motion and EMG activity in vibration treatment.

@article{Fratini2009MuscleMA,
  title={Muscle motion and EMG activity in vibration treatment.},
  author={Antonio Fratini and Antonio La Gatta and Paolo Bifulco and Maria Romano and Mario Cesarelli},
  journal={Medical engineering & physics},
  year={2009},
  volume={31 9},
  pages={1166-72}
}
The aim of this study is to highlight the relationship between muscle motion, generated by whole body vibration, and the correspondent electromyographic (EMG) activity and to suggest a new method to customize the stimulation frequency. Simultaneous recordings of EMG and tri-axial accelerations of quadriceps rectus femoris from fifteen subjects undergoing vibration treatments were collected. Vibrations were delivered via a sinusoidal oscillating platform at different frequencies (10-45 Hz… CONTINUE READING
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