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(Physiotherapy Research International[TA])
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  • Influence of water depth on energy expenditure during aquatic walking in people post stroke. [Journal Article]
  • PRPhysiother Res Int 2018 May 11; :e1717
  • Lim H, Azurdia D, … Jung T
  • CONCLUSIONS: People post stroke consume less energy in chest-depth water, which may allow them to perform prolonged duration of training. Thigh-depth water demonstrated greater EE compared with other water depths; thus, it can be recommended for time-efficient cardiovascular exercise. Waist-depth water showed similar EE to land walking, which may have been contributed by the countervailing effects of buoyancy and water resistance.
  • Power of lower extremities is most important determinant of agility among physically inactive or active adult people. [Journal Article]
  • PRPhysiother Res Int 2018 Apr 26; :e1716
  • Manderoos S, Vaara M, … Mälkiä E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Jumping length was the main determinant of agility among physically inactive or active women and men. The findings of this study strengthen opinion that the Agility Test for Adults demands also other physical and cognitive characteristics as measured now and their part explaining agility results may be relatively great. We suggest that perception and decision making explain for a great part in agility. It seems that body mass index does not play important role in agility, but physical inactivity can explain or increase the decline of agility. Also, various biological mechanisms in aging process can be linked to the deterioration of capacity of agility.
  • Living with multiple sclerosis: A Jordanian perspective. [Journal Article]
  • PRPhysiother Res Int 2018; 23(2):e1709
  • Al-Sharman A, Khalil H, … AlDughmi M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Findings of this study suggests that more attention should be given to the people with MS in Jordan. In particular, awareness about the disease should be improved among healthcare providers and the general public. Furthermore, rehabilitation services should be emphasized during the management of MS disease.
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