How is it to Work With JEMS: Physiotherapists' Experiences in Working With JEMS, in Primary Care Rehabilitation
Condition: Injuries Intervention: Sponsor: Vastra Gotaland Region Not yet recruiting
We report the case of a 35-year-old female patient with an AIMM into a triple bundle ACL associated with tears of the medial meniscus in both of her knees. Arthroscopic partial meniscectomy was performed on one side, and conservative treatment with physiotherapy was chosen for the other side with good clinical outcomes.
ConclusionsIn this study, we observed improved mobility in people with a wide range of health conditions making use of digitally enabled rehabilitation, whereas time spent upright was not impacted. Trial registrationThe trial was prospectively registered with the Australian New Zealand Clinical Trials Register; ACTRN12614000936628
Researchers at the University of Helsinki have developed a smart jumpsuit for children as young as five months, that tracks body movement in great detail. The system may allow clinicians to identify neurodevelopmental disorders in children more easil...
AbstractTo explore primary care professionals ’ perceptions of physical activity and other cancer rehabilitation practice in cancer survivors, investigating the preparedness to implement guidelines regarding cancer rehabilitation. We collected qualitative data through seven semi-structured focus group interviews with 48 rehabilitation profess ionals, with mean 9 years of experience in primary care rehabilitation (32 physiotherapists, 15 occupational therapists, and 1 rehabilitation assistant) in a primary care setting. Data was analyzed using content analysis. Primary care rehabilitation professionals expressed ...
To examine the effects of a 6-week surface electromyographic biofeedback intervention on the re-learning of upper extremity motor function in subjects with paretic upper extremity after stroke.
Condition: Low Back Pain, Mechanical Interventions: Other: Multidimensional physiotherapy; Other: Usual physiotherapy Sponsor: Iran University of Medical Sciences Not yet recruiting
ConclusionA review of the literature identified only few cases of closed avulsion of FDS tendons nonpathologically. Early diagnosis and intervention can prevent sequel of flexion contracture.
ConclusionMRI may detect clinically insignificant injuries within the calf complex. If an athlete does not have any clinically relevant symptoms, abnormal signal on MRI may represent a different diagnosis to muscle strain. Signal change on MRI proximal to scar tissue may represent reactive oedema. Clinical history and examination should be correlated with radiological findings is recommended when diagnosing calf injury in elite athletes.
Conditions: Total Hip Replacement; Visual Biofeedback; Weight Bearing Interventions: Device: Visual biofeedback with the use of sensorized insoles; Other: Standard rehabilitation based on physiotherapist's verbal instructions Sponsor: University of Pavia Completed