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Stress fracture injury in female endurance athletes in the United Kingdom: A 12-month prospective study
Studies of stress fracture (SF) incidence are limited in number and geographical location; this study determined the incidence of SF injury in female endurance athletes based in the United Kingdom. A total of 70 athletes ...
The Influence of High-Impact Exercise on Cortical and Trabecular Bone Mineral Content and 3D Distribution Across the Proximal Femur in Older Men: A Randomized Controlled Unilateral Intervention.
Regular exercisers have lower fracture risk, despite modest effects of exercise on bone mineral content (BMC). Exercise may produce localized cortical and trabecular bone changes that affect bone strength independently of ...
Physiotherapy treatment for atraumatic recurrent shoulder instability: early results of a specific exercise protocol using pathology-specific outcome measures
BACKGROUND: Recurrent shoulder instability is usually caused by a traumatic event resulting in structural pathology, although a small subgroup of patients experience symptomatic recurrent shoulder instability without trauma. ...
Hospitalization in Parkinson's disease: a survey of UK neurologists, geriatricians and Parkinson's disease nurse specialists.
INTRODUCTION: Care for people with Parkinson's admitted to hospital is often suboptimal and services for these patients vary. We conducted a national survey to document current service provision in the UK and to explore ...
A randomised controlled trial on the effectiveness of a lateral glide cervical spine mobilisation on cervicobrachial (neck and arm) pain
Cervicobrachial (neck and arm) pain is a painful condition which, when chronic, leads to high levels of disability. Small-scale, short-term (<2 months follow-up) studies have identified that lateral glide mobilisation ...