Physiological, sensory, and functional measures in a model of wrist muscle injury and recovery.

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PURPOSE To evaluate the effectiveness of muscle rehabilitation modalities, it is first necessary to develop a model to test measures that would assess physiological, sensory, and functional muscle recovery. This study attempted to develop such a model for wrist injury. SUBJECTS Healthy male and female adults (n = 25). METHODS SUBJECTS performed wrist… (More)
DOI: 10.3138/physio/60/1/30

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@article{Tiidus2008PhysiologicalSA, title={Physiological, sensory, and functional measures in a model of wrist muscle injury and recovery.}, author={Peter M. Tiidus and Lindsay Brown and Aron Brant and Deborah L. Enns and P J Bryden}, journal={Physiotherapy Canada. Physiotherapie Canada}, year={2008}, volume={60 1}, pages={30-9} }