Daniel Riese

Daniel Riese
Kliniken Valens · Department of Rheumatology

Master of Science

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March 2013 - September 2018
Kliniken Valens
Position
  • Physiotherapist; Patient Coach

Publications

Publications (6)
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Dem Dehnen geht ein guter Ruf voraus. Es soll Muskelkater und Verletzungen vorbeugen, beweglicher machen, Kontrakturen verhindern. Daniel Riese und Marcel Kluge machen den Evidenz-Faktencheck: Wird das Dehnen seinem Ruf gerecht?
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Introduction Lorsqu’une personne ne peut stabiliser activement sa colonne vertébrale lombaire en se penchant en avant (Waiters’ Bow) ou lors de l’extension des genoux en se relevant de la position assise (Sitting Knee Extension), et ce malgré des injonctions dans ce sens, on parle de dysfonction de contrôle moteur. Cette dysfonction est estimée par...
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berblick über den Befund und die Behandlung von PatientInnen mit rheumatoider Arthritis. Wichtig ist es, die Patientenperspektive konse­ quent zu integrieren. F ür PatientInnen mit rheumatoider Arthritis (RA) ist der Physiotherapeut oder die Physiotherapeutin oft ein wich­ tiger Ansprechpartner und Begleiter. Gerade deswegen bil­ det das physiother...

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- Background Recommendations from physiotherapists (PTs) to patients for the avoidance of daily physical Activity can be influenced by kinesiophobic beliefs of PTs. A possible Assessment for the investigation of kinesiophobia of PTs on the topic of chronic back pain is the Tampa Scale of Kinesiophobia for Health Care Providers (TSK-HC). - Question Is there a kinesiophobic attitude in PTs in D, AT and CH with regard to the treatment of patients with low back pain and what influence do sociodemographic characteristics have? - Methods Cross section study by online survey with 1720 PTs. Kinesiophobic beliefs of the PTs were determined by the TSK-HC. To identify the influence of sociodemographic covariates, multivariate linear regression models were used. - Current status The survey of the participants is finished and a statistical analysis has been performed. A manuscript for publication is prepared.