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Movement disorders are a heterogeneous group of complex sensorimotor neurological conditions involving involuntary abnormal movements, deficiencies or changes in normal motion. Parkinson’s disease, restless...

source: Osteopathic Family Physician

The investigation of this study was to compare the effect of adding motor imagery training to neck stabilization exercises on pain, disability, and kinesiophobia in patients with chronic neck...

source: Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice

Chronic Patellar tendinopathy (CPT) is a frequent overuse disorder in athletes and active people. Sclerotherapy (ST) and prolotherapy (PT) are, among a wide range of conservative treatment...

source: Journal of Experimental Orthopaedics

Prolotherapy or proliferative therapy is a treatment option for damaged connective tissues involving the injection of a solution (proliferant) which theoretically causes an initial cell injury and...

source: Medicine

Spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) and mobilization (MOB) effects are believed to be related to their force characteristics. Most previous studies have either measured the force at...

source: Chiropractic & Manual Therapies

The Mulligan concept is a manual therapy technique that addresses the restoration of arthrocinematic processes and inadequate osteocinematic movements, resulting in reduced muscle tension, postural failure and pain relief. The...

source: Manual Therapy, Posturology & Rehabilitation Journal


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