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Which joint interactions in the human gait cycle can be used as biometric characteristics? Most current methods on gait recognition suffer from the lack of inter-pretability. We propose an interpretable feature representation of gait sequences by the graphical Granger causal inference. Gait sequence of a person in the standardized motion capture fo...
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We have read Anatomy, biomechanics and loads of the wrist joint [1] with great interest, and have found that it is an important contribution on the field of anatomy, biomechanics and kinesiology. In their 17-page article, Eschweiler et al. [1] present successfully and concisely information about the bones of the wrist joint, the way they articulate...
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The main goal of the presented study is to examine the connection between body coordination and visual-motor integration and to determine the dynamics of motor development for an integrative approach in Kinesiological Education and Kinesiological Didactics. Following the above, the problem of the possible connection between visual-motor integration...
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Lee's Coronavirus Anxiety Scale (CAS) is a popular mental health questionnaire emerged during the pandemic. It includes five items describing mental states attributed to the fear of COVID, and participants report how often they experienced each on a five-point scale. We tested cross-national measurement invariance of CAS using convenience samples f...
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CiteSpace software was utilized to visually analyze the literature on intermittent fasting from Web of Science from 2000 to 2020 in order to reveal the current status, research hotspots and emerging trends of intermittent fasting. The results show that: (1) intermittent fasting research results are increasing year by year; (2) the United States is...
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Background:Kinesiologists are a growing group of health professionals in Canada who can enter practice after completing undergraduate kinesiology programs. Unlike other health professional programs such as physiotherapy that have well-established curricula and extensive national accreditation standards, kinesiology programs vary considerably betwee...
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Knudson. Keywords are important bibliometric tools for classifying, accessing, and summarizing research. Communication in and external recognition of kinesiology research may be limited by inconsistent use of terms. Citations to the top twenty Google Scholar (GS) Citations Profiles were retrieved for 20 kinesiology-related subject keywords used as...
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Delivering physical activity in cancer care requires knowledge, competence, and specific skills to adapt the exercise program to the patients’ specific needs. Kinesiology students could be one of the main stakeholders involved in the promotion of physical activity. This study aims to investigate the knowledge, perception, and competence about exerc...
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Which joint interactions in the human gait cycle can be used as biometric characteristics? Most current methods on gait recognition suffer from the lack of interpretability. We propose an interpretable feature representation of gait sequences by the graphical Granger causal inference. Gait sequence of a person in the standardized motion capture for...
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The results of numerous kinesiological studies in contemporary armed forces of today indicate the considerable role that the motor skills of soldiers play in the performance of multi-purpose specific tasks. The aim of this research was to determine targeted motor profiles of military pilots. The sample of participants consisted 20 military pilots o...
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As the fields of kinesiology, exercise science, and human movement developed, the majority of the research focused on male physiology and extrapolated findings to females. In the medical sphere, basing practice on data developed in only males resulted in the removal of drugs from the market in the late 1990s due to severe side effects (some life-th...
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Resumen Introducción. El dolor lumbar es una de las causas mas comunes de discapacidad en el mundo, existen diferentes tratamientos conservadores dentro de la kinesiología para el manejo de este. La presente investigación describe los efectos de la aplicación de técnicas de liberación miofascial instrumental y, cómo éstas modifican parámetros mecán...
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The walk is certainly the cornerstone of human mobility. The literature has focused on the qualitative and quantitative analysis of walking and how certain parameters can change after an aerobic fatigue test. Our research proposal is based, in an innovative way in literature, on the analysis of specific parameters of the gait cycle, considered high...
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This study aimed to group some perspectives on Go Tani's epistemological activity in the context of Brazilian Physical Education (PE), establishing his contributions and reflections on Kinesiology for the structuring of undergraduate and graduate Physical Education in Brazil. This is a bibliographical and exploratory study, which prioritized Tani's...
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Quality physical education is a form of public health. When done effectively and with holistic child-development goals, the physical educator is simultaneously a 'health' educator. This article will provide an overview of basic and essential understandings of health education from a public-health perspective; exploring cultural influences and healt...
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Motor imagery (MI) and action observation (AO) have been found to enhance motor performance, but recent research found that a combination of action observation and motor imagery (AOMI) together is even better. Despite this initial finding, the most effective way to combine them is unknown. The present study examined the effects of synchronized (i e...
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Personality has widely been documented to play an important role in the cognitive appraisal and stress processes. Emerging studies highlight the stress mindset as a new concept that could add to the understanding of individual differences in stress experiences. This study aimed to examine the relative contribution of Big Five personality dimensions...
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Background: Physical therapists should have knowledge about the depth of anatomical structure required for safe and effective clinical practice. Objective: The aim of this study was to gather the attitude of undergraduate physical therapy students as the necessity of learning human anatomy course and their opinions on learning Human anatomy helped...
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RESUMO O presente estudo objetivou agrupar algumas perspectivas sobre a atividade epistemológica de Go Tani no contexto da Educação Física (EF) brasileira, estabelecendo suas contribuições e reflexões a partir da Cinesiologia para a estruturação da graduação e da pós-graduação em Educação Física no Brasil. Trata-se de um estudo bibliográfico e expl...
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La identificación de las respuestas agudas y crónicas inducidas por el ejercicio físico resultan ser las características más recordadas en la fisiología del ejercicio por quienes hemos realizado cursos relacionados a esta área, ya sea como estudiantes de pre o posgrado, lo que está bien si se considera que son los hallazgos más relevantes que debem...
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Background: Equity, equality, diversity, and inclusion are terms covered in the academic literature focusing on sports, kinesiology, physical education, and physical activity, including in conjunction with marginalized groups. Universities in many countries use various EDI policy frameworks and work under the EDI headers "equality, diversity and i...
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Abstract-Osteoarthritis is a worldwide most common problem in middle age people, Osteoarthritis is from time to time denoted to as deteriorating or wear and tear arthritis. Osteoarthritis might be result from injury to the knee previous in life. Fractures relating the joints surface, insecurity from ligament tears, and meniscal injuries can all rea...
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Resumo Este texto tem como objetivo refletir sobre a possibilidade da utilização de uma disciplina preexistente, a Cinesiologia, aplicada ao Estudo das Línguas de Sinais, no caso, a Libras (língua de sinais brasileira), no aspecto de sua descrição. Assim como existe um rigor na terminologia das estruturas anatômicas e dos movimentos articulatórios...
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This presentation to the NeuroCog Lab (Dep. of Kinesiology @ the University of Waterloo) outlined the relationship between gait and the five-factor model of personality. This emerging relationship was used to describe the need for additional investigations between gait and personality types (markedly Trait-Neuroticism). Future implications of the p...
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Background. Kinesilogy Tape (KT) is widely used in patients with muscular disorders and pain. Objectives. To present the current body of knowledge on KT as a treatment method in patients with muscular disorders and pain. Design. Systematic review. Population. Patients with musculoskeletal disorders and pain. in whom KT was used. Methods The papers...
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Background: Active videogames or exergames have been used as an innovative way to promote physical activity among various populations. People interest in videogames associated with the fun and entertaining nature of active videogames may trigger players’ situational interest with the consequence of increasing their engagement within the games. The...
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The research took place at the Faculty of Kinesiology in Zagreb. The goal of the research was to determine differences in motor skills, between the youth categories, of the female volleyball and basketball players. Sample size was comprised of 35 female athletes with an average age of 14,7 ± 0,8 years, average body height 176,9 ± 8,1 cm, and averag...
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Currently, there is a growing need to assess social skills in young university students since the use and application of these scales can provide benefits in different situations, such as work, education, clinical and psychological. The objective of the study was to verify the validity and reliability of a social skills scale (SS) for students from...
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High intensity interval training is a training protocol which can induce significant physiological adaptations for people in a short period of time, which explains its increasing popularity at a worldwide level. This type of training consists of bouts of vigorous training which are interspersed with bouts of low intensity exercise or even passive r...
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Introduction. Arches of the foot play a significant role in lower limb function and impairments in the arches are correlated to increased injury risk. The aim of this study was to identify the difference in muscles activity in individuals with a flat foot as compared to those with normal foot arch using surface electromyography (sEMG) while walking...
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The current issue is the first of the nineth volume of the Athens Journal of Sports, published by the Sport, Exercise, & Kinesiology Unit of the ATINER under the aegis of the Panhellenic Association of Sports Economists and Managers (PASEM).
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The Journal of Functional Morphology and Kinesiology (JFMK, ISSN: 2411-5142), which was first released in March 2016, has gone from strength to strength in 2021 [...]
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Conventional tennis teaching methods which are based on repetitive exercises have their limitations which can lead to demotivation and poor learning outcome. Considering this fact, new game-based teaching methods have been developed. The aim of this research was to assess the efficiency of the game-based method in teaching tennis to adult beginners...
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Topics in Exercise Science and Kinesiology Volume 3: Issue 1, Article 2, 2022. This study aimed to clarify the differences in body positions and the role of the swing leg, support leg, and head-arm-trunk segment in generating and maintaining angular momentum of the whole body about a horizontal bar as well as how to improve the skill level of succe...
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Resumo O Pole Dance é um exercício físico que por sua vez utiliza do atrito e oposição entre o corpo do praticante e uma barra vertical para a realização de figuras e posturas plásticas, estáticas ou dinâmicas, com elementos da ginástica e acrobacias circenses, compondo danças ou sequências acrobáticas. Esta pesquisa sobre o Pole Dance teve como ob...
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An approach that provides a standardized way of continuing rehabilitative care to help patients return to their lives and activities of daily living (ADL) in an economical and efficient manner is the Team Kinesiology Model (TKM). Many patients who are given a life-altering diagnosis (i.e., paralysis due to spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, or can...
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Indoor spin cycling has gained popularity as a training modality for triathletes. Part of its appeal is that it can form a component of a structured periodised training program and provide an alternative to outdoor cycling. Indices of physiological components (i.e., the metabolic equivalent, caloric cost, perceived exertion) and changes in the body...
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Background: Although robotics assisted rehabilitation has proven to be effective in stroke rehabilitation, a limited functional improvements in Activities of Daily Life has been also observed after the administration of robotic training. To this aim in this study we compare the efficacy in terms of both clinical and functional outcomes of a roboti...
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Tribology in Snow and Ice Environments belongs to the most unknown parts of Tribology as the science of friction and wear. There are several reasons for it: the environment is hostile, the cost of on-site experimental investigations is very high and in a great number of cases results are confidential due to the competitive nature of the target appl...
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Purpose: The aim of this study is to examine the immediate effect of kinesiological taping on the tibialis anterior muscle with muscle stimulation technique on gait parameters in individuals with stroke. Material and Methods: The study included 28 stroke patients with a mean age of 53.57±12.38 years. Gait analysis was performed on the participants...
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Background Multiple sclerosis is a chronic and disabling neurological disease among young people. One of the major complaints in patients with multiple sclerosis (PWMS) is falling. There are a number of factors that risk factors for falling, including balance disorder and spasticity. Core stability (CS) exercises such as trunk muscle strengthening...
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Background: Advancements in supporting personalized health care and well-being using virtual reality (VR) have created opportunities to use immersive games to support a healthy lifestyle for persons living with dementia and mild cognitive impairment (MCI). Collaboratively designing exercise video games (exergames) as a multistakeholder team is fund...
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This case report speculates that the prolonged vibrations from enduro off-road sports are deleterious to the spine. The results of this case report may also aid sports physicians in better understanding this complex and relatively unknown phenomenon. No published data are present in the current literature that demonstrate the correlation between ea...
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(1) Background: This research aimed to determine the effect of the backward fall technique on the sagittal linear acceleration of the head in students training in different sports. (2) Methods: The study involved 41 students divided into two study groups. Group A included 19 students training in martial arts who practised falls with side aligning o...
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Topics in Exercise Science and Kinesiology Volume 2: Issue 1, Article 12, 2021. Validity refers to the ability of a device to measure what it was intended to measure. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to assess the validity and reliability of a novel vertical jump height tool designed by Brower Timing Systems (Salt Lake City, Ut). The Brower...
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We are delighted to invite you to contribute to a Special Issue in the Journal of Functional Morphology and Kinesiology. This issue will focus on an extremely important topic related to the effects of exercise training on diabetes mellitus, the most common metabolic disorder in the world. A large body of evidence has shown that exercise training is...
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Large body surfaces with burns can lead to substantial disability, increasing health costs and generating repercussions on the emotional state and quality of life of victims. Physiotherapy works from the first hours after the injury to the rehabilitation of associated chronic problems. The care can be started even in the Intensive Care Unit, in hos...
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Objectives: The main aim of this study was to analyse selected biomechanical aspects of the asymmetrical loading of the human postural system when riding the C1 speed canoe and their influence on the development of muscular imbalances. Methods: 3D kinematic analysis of a simulated forward stroke of the canoeist in a pool with a counter-current (...
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Editorial acerca del rol de la observación en la kinesiología moderna desde una mirada histórica contextual que invita al lector a valorar la observación como una estrategia profesional que pudiese ayudarnos a conectar significativamente con nuestros usuarios. Considerar a la observación como un elemento para fortalecer el vínculo con el otro puede...
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Introducción: el presente artículo describe la implementación de la educación interprofesional en estudiantes de primer año de tres carreras del departamento de ciencias de la salud de la Universidad Católica (UC) a través de la metodología de aprendizaje servicio, durante la pandemia COVID-19, con el fin de promover habilidades transversales y for...
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Dear Editors, We read with great interest a study by Usher et al. who provide evidence to settle an age-old debate of which phrase—„It’s not brain surgery“ or „It’s not rocket science“—is most deserved to be considered a timeless antithesis to „a piece of cake“ or „a walk in the park“[1]. The main aim of the study presented by Usher et al. was „to...
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Starting in the 1970's Kinesiology, Sport Science, and Physical Education have enjoyed a shared developmental trajectory. Oftentimes they are joined in the same academic department in universities. National and international professional and scientific associations often view them as "the same field". And university degree programs, especially unde...
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Introduction: Different types of neuromuscular tapes have led to no consensus about its benefits on muscle performance. Unlike kinesiology and rigid tapes, Dynamic Tape® has different composition and properties with unknown effects on performance. The aim of this exploratory-type case study was to report the acute effects of dynamic tape® applicati...
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Nivel-Familia y Sociedad Título Abreviado: Kinesiólogos en la enseñanza del razonamiento Información del Artículo Recepción: 1 de Abril de 2021 Aceptación: 3 de Mayo de 2021 Artículo Original Escobar M., Sánchez I. (2021). Kinesiologos en la enseñanza del razonamiento. Reem, 8(1). "Perception of kinesiologists professionals in the teaching of reaso...
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Aportes desde la ergonomía para la creación de un software/App de pausas activas para gamers Resumen: El objetivo de este trabajo fue contribuir a un proyecto, aún en ejecución, de una aplicación (App) o software de pausas activas para Gamers, tendiente a prevenir dolencias físicas y trastornos músculo esquelético (TME) a mediano y largo plazo. En...
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Background Low back pain (LBP) is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide. While its main cause is mostly unknown, more than 80% of people experience this disorder during their lifetime .Some clinical evidence suggests that people with chronic LBP have various lower extremity movement disorders. This study aims to systematically review th...
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Objetivo: Evaluar los efectos de la implementación de la estrategia metodológica “Innovation Project Based-Leargning” sobre el desarrollo de habilidades para la enseñanza de la Innovación. Método: Se utiliza un diseño pre-experimental con pre-test y pos-test en un grupo de 11 Docentes de Kinesiología. La intervención consiste en el uso de la metodo...
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The fields of kinesiology and public health promotion have significantly invested in the potential for on-line, digitally mediated exergaming to promote higher levels of physical activity and so to reduce disconcertingly high levels of obesity in the USA. The proponents of exergaming attempt to tie exercise to play in order to make exercise fun and...
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Las tendencias actuales en la educación superior transitan de una modalidad de aprendizaje basado en la enseñanza a un modelo basado en el aprendizaje. El modelo tradicional centrado en el profesor/a que entiende al estudiante esencialmente como receptor de la enseñanza, fomenta la adquisición de conocimientos a partir de la memorización y la compr...
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universitaria de las habilidades comunicativas respecto de los pacientes en la formación de Licenciados en Kinesiología y Fisiatría (LKyF) de la Universidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche (UNAJ). Se parte de la noción sostenida por un corpus denso de investigación que muestra que en el campo de la práctica kinesiofisiátrica la relación entre los terapis...
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Scientists rely upon an accurate scientific literature in order to build and test new theories about the natural world. In the past decade, observational studies of the scientific literature have indicated that numerous questionable research practices and poor reporting practices may be hindering scientific progress. In particular, 3 recent studies...
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Background: Educational kinesiology is a popular intervention that aims to improve brain functioning via physical movements. Yet, it lacks supporting scientific evidence and is regarded as pseudoscience. Given the popularity of educational kinesiology in school settings, it is important to revisit its effectiveness through scientific research. Prev...
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REXE journal homepage: http://revistas.ucsc.cl/index.php/rexe __________________________________________ Rediseño del Currículo: ¿Garantizan la coherencia del método y la evaluación mejores oportunidades de aprendizaje en kinesiología? _______________________________________________________________________________ RESUMEN __________________________...
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The current issue is the fourth of the eighth volume of the Athens Journal of Sports, published by the Sport, Exercise, & Kinesiology Unit of the ATINER under the aegis of the Panhellenic Association of Sports Economists and Managers (PASEM).
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Background Wave surfing will debut in the next Olympic Games and is increasingly popular as a sport. Chronic shoulder complaints are frequently reported amongst surfers, though literature researching its pathophysiology and prevention is scarce. This article provides an overview of the current literature, proposes a potential pathogenesis and a pot...
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This book contains information obtained from authentic and highly regarded sources. This is an edition made for publication of the works resulting from the ICHWBI2021 which are available on Congress website, where the reader will find a significant heterogeneity. Abstracts are ongoing or completed project-based research papers submitted by research...
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Currently, the most common measurement of empathy is obtained using scales that offer a continuum between a minimum and a maximum value. The objectives of this study were to establish a norm and estimate cut-off points that would make it possible to assess the Jefferson Scale of Empathy (JSE) version for Health Professions students (HPS-version), a...
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El construccionismo retoma los aportes del constructivismo y de las teorías de la psicología social genética, y reconoce que la función del lenguaje es la construcción de mundos humanos, adquiriendo significado a partir de la interacción social. El objetivo del estudio fue identificar las capacidades de comunicación, determinar la adhesión de los e...
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Published in J contemporary chiropractic Although there is abundant literature that individuals express kinesiological preferences (KP) related to their handedness and other inborn and acquired factors, apparently this has not been considered in the training or practice of manual therapists. There is no evidence that spinopelvic manipulative proce...
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Introduction: Although there is abundant literature that individuals express kinesiological preferences (KP) related to their handedness and other inborn and acquired factors, apparently this has not been considered in the training or practice of manual therapists. There is no evidence that spinopelvic manipulative procedures primarily based on typ...
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Background Sport-related concussions (SRC) have gained more attention in the recent years due to its detrimental short-term and long-term effects on the players. Objective To assess the awareness and knowledge of SRC among sports physical therapists. Design A cross-sectional study. Setting An online survey. Patients (or Participants) A total of...
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This research aims to rehabilitate the wrist joint injury accordance of the variables of kinesiology, that the construction of rehabilitation exercises using kinetic aspect of wrist has a significant impact on determining the amount of the damage in the injured part, as identify the amount of force and increase it in the muscles operating under kin...
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Introducción: Los equipos de salud, especialmente en las unidades de cuidados intensivos (UCI), han debido adaptarse a la demanda sanitaria generada por la pandemia por COVID-19. Con el fin de anticiparnos a una próxima emergencia, este estudio busca describir las modificaciones institucionales, laborales y asistenciales experimentadas por los kine...
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Football is a sport of endurance in which players perform activities of varying intensity over a 90 min play period, which is one of the most popular and entertaining sports in the world (A.I. Da Silva et al., 2011). It is estimated that each week in a competitive season, 1.3 million referees enter the football field in order to regulate the behavi...