Questions related to Physical Rehabilitation
I am developing a CAT paper and am hoping to find some great articles. I have the following already:
Shaarani S, O'Hare C, Quinn A, Moyna N, Moran R, O'Byrne J. Effect of Prehabilitation on the Outcome of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. The American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2013; 41(9): 2117-2127.
Failla M, Logerstedt D, Grindem H, Axe M, Risberg M, Engebretsen L, Hutson L, Spindler K, Snyder-Mackler L. Does extended preoperative rehabilitation influence outcomes 2 years after ACL reconstruction?: A comparative effectiveness study between the MOON and Delaware-Oslo ACL cohorts. The American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016; 44 (10): 2608-2614.
Kim et al Effects of 4 weeks preoperative exercise on knee extensor strength after ACL reconstruction.
Grindem, H, Granan, L,Risberg, M, Engebretsen, L, Snyder-Mackler, L, Eitzen I. How does a combined preoperative and postoperative rehabilitation programme influence the outcome of ACL reconstruction 2 years after surgery? A comparison between patients in the Delaware-Oslo ACL Cohort and the Norwegian National Knee Ligament Registry. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2015; 49(6):385-389.
I wonder what would be the best rehabilitation for a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament by impact in a fall during a basketball game. After trying to rehabilitate by exercises with trx does not improve. which method should be used to improve this?
Using VICON system, wich model do you recommend to study knee varus/valgus during barefoot walking in patientes with tka?
I've got subjects with very limited ankles in DF who can hardly get to touch the wall with their knees
What are your thoughts of using Plurimeter versus Bennell’s knee to wall on stiff ankles in terms of accuracy and practicality?
I am looking for a BWS harness for children compatible with Vicon on the treadmill.
if you are using any BWS harness now which doesn't disturb the hip marker, would you recommend me it, please?
Which one is better based on your experience, Maine Anti-Gravity systems or BonMed harness?
Thank you in advance!
The patient is four years old,Strabismus surgery was made in May 2015.But the doctor said the recovery is not good,and told us to do 3D rehabilitation training.But I think this 3D training effect is not good,and my girl dont like this.
So,if there are other Strabismus rehabilitation trainings which is more suitable for children?!
Thanks for the answer.
Any specific treatments to avoid other than stressing the plantarflexors until 6 weeks? Everything I have read has said to focus on ROM to patient tolerance and to WB in a boot until the 6 week mark. I am currently following the protocol for the Strayer method listed in this attachment. Any input would be helpful, thanks.
using this as a starting point: http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00469/full
useful details: 5 year old that had a Hemispherectomy... paralysed on the right side. Thinking about trying Motor Imagery. Any thoughts or tips on how or if this would work?
The effect of high-intensity strength training as compared to standard medical care on muscle strength, physical function and health status, in patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis Functional Class II. Which one is more effective?
Bench alignment measures could be done by PROS.A. Assembly or L.A.S.A.R Assembly from Ottobock. but I still don't know how to the find the socket axis and do these measurements:
socket AP shift
socket AP tilt
socket ML tilt
Could someone explain how can we measure these parameters and define the socket axis
I am especially interested in the way the latissimus dorsi can relearn its new function. Is the fact that the patient already had a reversed shoulder prosthesis of any influence?
I would like to show this to people outside the field to demonstrate what happen when body representations are altered. Preferably in English. Thank you
As early as 1976 there was research stating that subjects suffering from whiplash trauma were unable to reproduce a targeted position of the cervical spine. How useful is that knowledge in evaluating the severity of whiplash injuries?
The term non-specific (or a-specific) back pain is very confusing. For many it suggests that the pain has no specific cause. In fact, if this was the case we could't treat such pain, because the cause is unknown (only fight symptoms). Actually the term 'non-specific' only indicates that no relation can be found between structural changes and pain. In present literature there are for example, many indications of disturbances in neuromuscular control that may be related to (chronic) pain.
I would like to suggest to be more precise in naming the backpain. If we would do this, which kinds of backpain should we distinguish?
Following spine surgery for trauma or degenerative cause achieving working ability is difficult. Provided stable spinal structures, what are the most important factors and are there time related objective reliable criteria for measuring working ability?