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  1. Content type: Research article

    Walking requires a high attentional cost for balance control and interferes with the control of attention. However, it is unclear whether the performance of visual spatial attention control, which is one of th...

    Authors: Soichiro Koyama, Shigeo Tanabe, Yuichi Hirakawa, Hiroaki Sakurai and Yoshikiyo Kanada

    Citation: Archives of Physiotherapy 2015 5:12

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    Often, interventions targeting the kinematic and temporal and spatial changes in gait commonly seen after a stroke are based on observations of walking. Having the capacity to objectively identify such changes...

    Authors: Robert Wellmon, Amy Degano, Joseph A. Rubertone, Sandra Campbell and Kelly A. Russo

    Citation: Archives of Physiotherapy 2015 5:11

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    Psychosocial factors precipitate and perpetuate the risk of developing long-term Low-Back Pain (LBP) with resultant disability. However, management of psychosocial aspects of LBP still remains a major challeng...

    Authors: Chidozie Emmanuel Mbada, Olusola Ayanniyi and Samuel Olusegun Ogunlade

    Citation: Archives of Physiotherapy 2015 5:10

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    Despite the use of citation rate as a measure of quality of research is strongly criticized and debated, it remain a widely used method to evaluate performances of researchers, articles and journals. The aim o...

    Authors: Matteo Paci, Niccolò Landi, Gennaro Briganti and Bruna Lombardi

    Citation: Archives of Physiotherapy 2015 5:9

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    The analysis of joints kinematics is important in clinical practice and in research. Nowadays it is possible to evaluate the mobility of joints in vivo with different motion capture techniques available in the...

    Authors: Corrado Cescon, Andrea Tettamanti, Marco Barbero and Roberto Gatti

    Citation: Archives of Physiotherapy 2015 5:8

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    Glenohumeral subluxation (GHS) is a common symptom following stroke. Many therapists postulate that GHS may be reduced if the base of support (BOS) is reduced and the centre of mass (COM) is raised as this req...

    Authors: Nichola J. Hatton and Rachel C. Stockley

    Citation: Archives of Physiotherapy 2015 5:7

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    The central nervous system (CNS) has plastic properties allowing its adaptation through development. These properties are still maintained in the adult age and potentially activated in case of brain lesion. In...

    Authors: Pawel Kiper, Alfonc Baba, Michela Agostini and Andrea Turolla

    Citation: Archives of Physiotherapy 2015 5:6

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    The aim of this paper is to determine whether daily functional electrical stimulation (FES) is effective in improving self-perceptions of individually identified mobility performance problems in children with ...

    Authors: Dayna Pool, Jane Valentine, A. Marie Blackmore, Jennifer Colegate, Natasha Bear, Katherine Stannage and Catherine Elliott

    Citation: Archives of Physiotherapy 2015 5:5

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    Several studies indicate that the gait pattern of subjects suffering from scoliosis differs from the norm. However, there is conflicting evidence regarding the source of this discrepancy.

    Authors: Cassandra Kay Haber and Mark Sacco

    Citation: Archives of Physiotherapy 2015 5:4

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    Early physical rehabilitation enhances functional recovery in stroke survivors. Supported standing is a common adjunctive therapeutic practice in subjects with several central nervous diseases who are unable t...

    Authors: Francesco Ferrarello, Gabriella Deluca, Assunta Pizzi, Carlo Baldini, Francesca Iori, Niccolò Marchionni and Mauro Di Bari

    Citation: Archives of Physiotherapy 2015 5:2

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