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Paper of the Month #5: Paulus J et al

Certain parameters that have been used for a long time in quantifying induced isokinetic fatigue were put to test and challenged in this Belgian-French collaborative study. Although the reported low reproducibility renders some of these parameters...

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New study confirms: Deep oscillation therapy (DOT) increases hamstring flexibility

DOT significantly increases harmstring flexibility (passive straight leg raise) in healthy participants (sportsmen). A significant moderate positive correlation was identified between the GRoC and the mean change score of hamstring flexibility in all...

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Paper of the Month #4: Huber R et al

A large scale Swiss study of post recovery of quadriceps and hamstrings strength following ACL reconstruction, indicates that overall, a patellar tendon autograft is a better option than its hamstring counterpart. 

Prof. Dvir's Commentary:

The...

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Paper of the Month #3: Hohmann E and Ebert JR et al

Using isokinetic testing for assessing thigh muscle function following ACL reconstruction or in patients with chronic ACL insufficiency occupies an important niche in the scientific-clinical literature. The latest Papers of the Month (PoM) add new...

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Paper of the Month #2: Straight CR and Gadelha AB et al

Different derivatives of the peak moment indicate significant association between strength and function in elderly individuals.

Prof. Dvir's Commentary:

For the 2nd Paper of the Month I chose to include two papers, one from the US and one from...

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Deep Oscillation following Mamma-Ca

A new research protocol for the treatment of breast cancer patients who developped lymphoedema begins in Mexico.

On Monday, October 15, the Physical Therapy Department of the Regional General Hospital No. 1 "Lic. Ignacio García Téllez" of the...

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| Paper of the Month

Paper of the Month #1: Maeo S et al

Eccentric vs. concentric isokinetic training: A new study from Japan may get us closer to solving a long and complicated debate.

Prof. Dvir's Commentary:

The paper by Maeo et al was selected to appear as the first "Paper of the Month" due to its...

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MLDUK Conference 2018: Christine Talbot Interview

Christine Talbot is a well respected MLD DLT Lymphoedema Practitioner in the UK. At the recent MLDUK Conference, in which Dr Jens Reinhold was a keynote speaker, Christine explained how she had been introduced to deep oscillation and how it has come...

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Aluminium - a health risk?

Recently, the German television program "Quarks" tried once again to clarify whether aluminium really is a danger to our health. Ranga Yogeshwar searched for evidence and classified the results: is aluminium justifiably discredited?

There has been a...

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PHYSIOMED offers ergospirometry in cooperation with AMEDTEC

From now on our treadmills and Cardio-Line equipment can be used in the field of Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Tests (CPET). The combination of 12-channel stress test ECG, the extremely light flow sensor and the stable O2/CO2 sensor system guarantees...

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07.03. - 09.03.2019
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