Importance of Frequency and Intensity of Strength Training for Reduced Musculoskeletal Pain in the Back, Neck-Shoulder, and Arm-Hand Among Physical Therapists.

CONCLUSIONS: High-intensity strength training is strongly associated with lower levels of MP in arm-hand, neck-shoulder, and back, whereas no association was found with frequency or lower intensities. PMID: 32464597 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Source: Journal of Physical Activity and Health - Category: Sports Medicine Tags: J Phys Act Health Source Type: research

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Authors: Gu Y, Yao Q, Xu Y, Zhang H, Wei P, Wang L Abstract BACKGROUND This was a prospective comparative study of mixed reality (MR) technology assisted lumbar pedicle screws placement and traditional lumbar pedicle screws placement. MATERIAL AND METHODS Fifty cases of lumbar pedicle screws placement were randomly divided into 2 groups: 25 cases with MR technology in group A, and 25 cases without MR technology in group B. All patients had their scores on the Oswestry disability index (ODI) of low back pain and the visual analog scale (VAS) of the affected lower limb recorded at pre-operation. Blood loss, operative...
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Written by Pendell MeyersA 20 year old female with an episode of syncope was triage to my low acuity zone one morning. Her vitals were within normal limits except for her heart rate of 109 bpm.I immediately went to evaluate her, without looking in the chart first. I found a well appearing young lady in the room with her parents who witnessed the event. She stated that she was sitting on a shallow ledge in a pool when she became lightheaded, so she got up out of the pool and then briefly syncopized next to the pool in front of her parents, who were able to catch her preventing any trauma. She returned to normal within 30 se...
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Do not Rx oral steroids for back pain.
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