Prolonged disorders of consciousness: A response to a "critical evaluation of the new UK guidelines."
CONCLUSION: We conclude the "critical evaluation" fails to provide evidence for their criticism and that the ethical objections arise from incorrect assumptions and unsupported interpretations of evidence and our guideline. The 2020 UK national guidelines remain valid.PMID:35546561 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221099704 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Derick T Wade Lynne Turner-Stokes E Diane Playford Judith Allanson John Pickard Source Type: research

Exercising with Parkinson's: The good, the bad and the need for support to keep exercising. A qualitative study
CONCLUSION: Experiences of people with Parkinson's disease when exercising were primarily influenced by the prescription of specific exercise and the support provided. There was no clear preference for the location of exercise but maintaining the motivation to exercise at home was challenging.PMID:35549564 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221100884 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Allyson Flynn Sarah Dennis Elisabeth Preston Colleen G Canning Natalie E Allen Source Type: research

Prolonged disorders of consciousness: A response to a "critical evaluation of the new UK guidelines."
CONCLUSION: We conclude the "critical evaluation" fails to provide evidence for their criticism and that the ethical objections arise from incorrect assumptions and unsupported interpretations of evidence and our guideline. The 2020 UK national guidelines remain valid.PMID:35546561 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221099704 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Derick T Wade Lynne Turner-Stokes E Diane Playford Judith Allanson John Pickard Source Type: research

Exercising with Parkinson's: The good, the bad and the need for support to keep exercising. A qualitative study
CONCLUSION: Experiences of people with Parkinson's disease when exercising were primarily influenced by the prescription of specific exercise and the support provided. There was no clear preference for the location of exercise but maintaining the motivation to exercise at home was challenging.PMID:35549564 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221100884 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Allyson Flynn Sarah Dennis Elisabeth Preston Colleen G Canning Natalie E Allen Source Type: research

Prolonged disorders of consciousness: A response to a "critical evaluation of the new UK guidelines."
CONCLUSION: We conclude the "critical evaluation" fails to provide evidence for their criticism and that the ethical objections arise from incorrect assumptions and unsupported interpretations of evidence and our guideline. The 2020 UK national guidelines remain valid.PMID:35546561 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221099704 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Derick T Wade Lynne Turner-Stokes E Diane Playford Judith Allanson John Pickard Source Type: research

Exercising with Parkinson's: The good, the bad and the need for support to keep exercising. A qualitative study
CONCLUSION: Experiences of people with Parkinson's disease when exercising were primarily influenced by the prescription of specific exercise and the support provided. There was no clear preference for the location of exercise but maintaining the motivation to exercise at home was challenging.PMID:35549564 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221100884 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Allyson Flynn Sarah Dennis Elisabeth Preston Colleen G Canning Natalie E Allen Source Type: research

Prolonged disorders of consciousness: A response to a "critical evaluation of the new UK guidelines."
CONCLUSION: We conclude the "critical evaluation" fails to provide evidence for their criticism and that the ethical objections arise from incorrect assumptions and unsupported interpretations of evidence and our guideline. The 2020 UK national guidelines remain valid.PMID:35546561 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221099704 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Derick T Wade Lynne Turner-Stokes E Diane Playford Judith Allanson John Pickard Source Type: research

Exercising with Parkinson's: The good, the bad and the need for support to keep exercising. A qualitative study
CONCLUSION: Experiences of people with Parkinson's disease when exercising were primarily influenced by the prescription of specific exercise and the support provided. There was no clear preference for the location of exercise but maintaining the motivation to exercise at home was challenging.PMID:35549564 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221100884 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Allyson Flynn Sarah Dennis Elisabeth Preston Colleen G Canning Natalie E Allen Source Type: research

Prolonged disorders of consciousness: A response to a "critical evaluation of the new UK guidelines."
CONCLUSION: We conclude the "critical evaluation" fails to provide evidence for their criticism and that the ethical objections arise from incorrect assumptions and unsupported interpretations of evidence and our guideline. The 2020 UK national guidelines remain valid.PMID:35546561 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221099704 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Derick T Wade Lynne Turner-Stokes E Diane Playford Judith Allanson John Pickard Source Type: research

Exercising with Parkinson's: The good, the bad and the need for support to keep exercising. A qualitative study
CONCLUSION: Experiences of people with Parkinson's disease when exercising were primarily influenced by the prescription of specific exercise and the support provided. There was no clear preference for the location of exercise but maintaining the motivation to exercise at home was challenging.PMID:35549564 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221100884 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Allyson Flynn Sarah Dennis Elisabeth Preston Colleen G Canning Natalie E Allen Source Type: research

Prolonged disorders of consciousness: A response to a "critical evaluation of the new UK guidelines."
CONCLUSION: We conclude the "critical evaluation" fails to provide evidence for their criticism and that the ethical objections arise from incorrect assumptions and unsupported interpretations of evidence and our guideline. The 2020 UK national guidelines remain valid.PMID:35546561 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221099704 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Derick T Wade Lynne Turner-Stokes E Diane Playford Judith Allanson John Pickard Source Type: research

Exercising with Parkinson's: The good, the bad and the need for support to keep exercising. A qualitative study
CONCLUSION: Experiences of people with Parkinson's disease when exercising were primarily influenced by the prescription of specific exercise and the support provided. There was no clear preference for the location of exercise but maintaining the motivation to exercise at home was challenging.PMID:35549564 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221100884 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 13, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Allyson Flynn Sarah Dennis Elisabeth Preston Colleen G Canning Natalie E Allen Source Type: research

Effects of low-intensity pulsed ultrasound on knee osteoarthritis: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
CONCLUSION: LIPUS was beneficial for pain relief and functional knee recovery and maybe as an alternative therapy in KOA rehabilitation.PMID:35535403 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221097035 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 10, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Haoqian Chen Zheng Wang Xinan Zhang Mingli Sun Source Type: research

The effect of whole body vibration on sensorimotor deficits in people with chronic ankle instability: A systematic review and meta-analysis
CONCLUSIONS: The current evidence supports the use of whole body vibration to improve sensorimotor deficits involving balance, strength, joint position sense, and muscle activity in people with chronic ankle instability.PMID:35535548 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221095651 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 10, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jingwang Tan Xueping Wu Cain C T Clark Victoria Barton Sitong Chen Shijie Liu Xuan Zhou Chunxin Xu Tao Ma Bote Qi Jia Han Yu Zou Source Type: research

Effects of low-intensity pulsed ultrasound on knee osteoarthritis: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
CONCLUSION: LIPUS was beneficial for pain relief and functional knee recovery and maybe as an alternative therapy in KOA rehabilitation.PMID:35535403 | DOI:10.1177/02692155221097035 (Source: Clinical Rehabilitation)
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 10, 2022 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Haoqian Chen Zheng Wang Xinan Zhang Mingli Sun Source Type: research