Introduction: Mechanoreceptor stimulation is theorized to contribute to the therapeutic efficacy of spinal manipulation. Use of mechanically-assisted spinal manipulation (MA-SM) devices is increasing among manual therapy clinicians worldwide. The purpose of this pilot study is to determine the feasibility of recording in vivo muscle spindle responses during a MA-SM in an intervertebral fixated animal model.
Lesional Incidence in a Women's Professional Basketball Team during a Complete Season
Background: The purpose of this study was to assess the lesional incidence of a professional basketball team during a complete season, noting the type of injuries that take place and their recuperation times, in parallel with the recovery treatments used.
Comparing the Distances of Different Intramuscular Gluteal Injection Sites to the Sciatic Nerve
Introduction: Sciatic nerve injury is a well-known complication of intra-muscular gluteal muscle injections. Affected individuals usually present with foot drop and this results in varying degrees of motor disability. There are different sites such as ventrogluteal, dorsogluteal that can be used for gluteal injections. In last years, the ventrogluteal site is accepted as a more safe and suitable injection site than dorsogluteal site.
Mutifidus in Spinal Stability: Analysis of Inhibition with Muscle Activation Techniques
Objectives: To (1) study the relationship between multifidus muscle activation and perception, (2) to explore the correlation between the failure of the multifidus and back pain, when (3) tested with the MAT technique and back pain questionnaire.
Design: Three months prospective before/after quality improvement project.
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Background and objective: Multiple morbiditiesin critical care myopathy tend to lead to poor outcomes. The objective of this case report is to describe the remarkable recovery of a bed bound critical care myopathy patient with lupus, phalangeal amputations and diabetic neuropathy.
Extracorporeal Shock Waves in the Treatment of Equinovarus Foot in a Duchenne Patient: A Case Report
Background: Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is characterized by a progressive muscular weakness, with loss of independent ambulation. When the disease results in the complete loss of ambulation, one of the purposes of treatment during the latest phase is to prevent or reduce complications such as foot deformities.
A 20-year-old DMD patient had a complete loss of muscular strength in the inferior and superior limbs and a severe bilateral clubfoot deformity. Active movements were not possible, while passive motion was very limited in dorsiflexion and pronation, inversion and eversion, with stronger limitation on the right foot.
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