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Are your hamstrings really tight?

"My hamstring muscles are so tight so I stretch them every day, but I don't see any change" is a phrase that I and many other physical therapists hear on a regular basis. "Tight hamstrings" are a common issue for all types of people. However, in many cases, stretching the...

source: By Heidi Dawson
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The objective of this study was to determine the effects of multiple sclerosis (MS) on predictive and reactive grip force control in a catching task and on clinical tests of hand function.

source: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Researchers investigated the effectiveness of aquatic exercise in improving lower limb strength in people with musculoskeletal conditions.

source: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

The ING mission is to communicate and collaborate across international boundaries to advance rehabilitation research and evidence-based practice. We accomplish this through our three task forces and a working group, including the...

source: Doodle

On the last Physicians & Clinicians Networking Group call, a list of potential instructional courses and symposia topics for the ACRM 2017 Annual Conference in Atlanta were discussed. Please follow the Read More link to review the...

source: ACRM

The Stroke ISIG Communications Committee is recruiting. If you are interested in helping to promote the Stroke ISIG, social networking, and/or writing for Stroke Matters newsletter, please contact the Communications Officer, Heather Tanksley at

source: ACRM

Archives in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation announces a Focus...

source: ACRM


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