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Do COPD patients taught pursed lips breathing (PLB) for dyspnoea management continue to use the technique long-term? A mixed methodological study
Objective : To investigate whether COPD patients taught pursed lips breathing (PLB) for dyspnoea management continue to use the technique long-term and, if so, their experience of this.Design : A mixed methodological ...
Radiofrequency-based treatment in therapy-related clinical practice – a narrative review. Part II: chronic conditions
Background: Radiofrequency (RF)-based electrophysical agents (EPAs) have been employed in therapy related clinical practice for several decades. They are used to reduce pain and inflammation and promote tissue healing. ...
Adjunct Modalities for Pain : Electrophysical Agents
Electro physical agents and tissue repair: : can we really make a difference?
This article is based on the Olive Sands Memorial lecture presented at the Physio First 2015 Conference and aims to provide an overview of the complexities of the tissue repair events, together with the use of electro ...
Crest of a wave : Effectiveness of therapeutic ultrasound in musculoskeletal injury
Professor Tim Watson reviews the effectiveness of therapeutic ultrasound in musculoskeletal therapy
The Effect of Velocity on Load Range during Isokinetic Hip Abduction and Adduction Exercise
The purpose of this study was to quantify the components of acceleration, load range and deceleration through a velocity spectrum during concentric hip abduction and adduction isokinetic exercise, and to investigate the ...
Field based reliability and validity of the Bioharness (TM) multivariable monitoring device
The Bioharness (TM) device is designed for monitoring physiological variables in free-living situations but has only been proven to be reliable and valid in a laboratory environment. Therefore, this study aimed to determine ...