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A Case Study of Radial Nerve Injury after Segmental Humeral Fracture, Followed by Primary Intramedullary Nailing

Introduction: Increase in muscle strength is one of the effects attributed to Kinesio tape.

Published 31 Jan, 2019


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A Case Study of Radial Nerve Injury after Segmental Humeral Fracture, Followed by Primary Intramedullary Nailing

Radial nerve injury is one of the most common mononeuropathies of the upper limb, especially as a result of traumatic injuries or fractures, surgical interventions, or compression effect.

Published 31 Dec, 2018


Letter to the Editor

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Stroke Rehabilitation

Stroke is the most common causes of the long-term disability and the third most frequent cause of death [1].

Published 01 Sep, 2018


Review Article

Spinal Cord Injury and Tools in Research for Future Therapy

While serving with the 91st evacuation hospital as a combat surgeon in Viet-Nam (1966-67), I treated several soldiers suffering with spinal cord injuries.

Published 01 May, 2018


Letter to the Editor

Hypothalamic-Pituitary Dysfunction Post Acquired Brain Injury

Acquired brain injury (ABI) as a result of trauma (TBI) and subarachnoid haemorrhages (SAH) are major health problems;

Published 26 Feb, 2018


Short Communication

Lumbar and Pelvis Posture Changes Due to the Degree of Turnout in Ballet Dancers

Dancers are highly trained athletes who are at significant risk of injury due the repetitive nature of movement patterns with the majority of dance injuries being a result of overuse [1-3] with the lower back accounting for between 9.4% and 23% of injuries sustained [4].

Published 16 Oct, 2017


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Contribution of Neural Manual Therapy in Perineal Pain

Chronic pelvic pain is extremely common, especially in women [1]. The pain is often related to neurogenic dysfunction.

Published 05 Sep, 2017


Short Communication

Light on the Wound: The Possibilities of Low Intensity Phototherapy

In the last years, researches on clinical application of low intensity phototherapy have been gaining strength, especially considering the versatility of its use and the possibility of using modern technologies such as Light Emitting Diodes (LED), which enable the construction of effective and low-cost equipment.

Published 05 Sep, 2017


Editorial

The Biological Aspects in the Process of Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

The focus of clinical practice and graduate/professional development courses in musculoskeletal rehabilitation has often been on electrotherapy, phototherapy, thermotherapy, manual therapy, kinesiotherapy, and other rehab techniques.

Published 19 May, 2017





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