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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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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 #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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Study compares leg maximum force in open and closed kinetic chain

The functional state of the leg muscles is not only relevant for performance in sports, but is also of great importance in prevention and rehabilitation. Not only the general strength level is decisive, but also the relationship of individual muscle...

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